Handley Page Harrow K6946 of 782 Sqn FAA (Donibristle) overdue on a flight between Wick and Lossiemouth on 15-2-1943; last known position 2 miles E of Scarlets Head.
Three Naval airmen, two RAF airmen attd FAA, and 16 passengers killed or missing.

A - Royal Navy:
Lt/A Anthony J.E. HOWEY - HMS Merlin - LoSolent Mem B4 P6 (CWGC printed register date of death 15-2-1943, scanning error and now in digital file 1-2-1943 [CWGC meanwhile informed]);
Ldg Airman Cyril A. TILBURY - FX.80764 (HMS Merlin) - LoSolent Mem B4 P3,
Ldg Air Fitter/A Frederick J. BURTON (HMS Sparrowhawk) - FX.86180 - LoSolent Mem B4 P4.

B - RAF attached 782 Sqn FAA Donibristle:
LAC John GRAHAM - 1367713 - Runnymede Panel 171, and
LAC William THOMPSON - 535967 - Runnymede Panel 171.

C - Unaccounted for and may have been a passenger on board the Harrow (in alphabetical order):
F/Sgt Frank S. BARNES - 1188549;
LAC Leslie BOOL - 1457683 - Runnymede Panel 171;
AC2 Sidney J.W. CLARK - 1460595;
AC1 Kenneth DRAGE - 1239411 - Runnymede Panel 171;
LAC John GARDEN - 1346934;
Cpl Edward F.J.W. HOARE - 1161486 - Runnymede Panel 171;
AC1 Kenneth R. MORSE - 1323379 - Runnymede Panel 171;
F/Lt Walter H. NICHOLSON - 86533;
Sgt Eric J.M. RIORDAN - RAAF 421509 - Malta Memorial Panel 12 Column 2 (Lost at sea; posting on death 11 PDRC, 2nd Embarkation Depot, Bradfield Park), and
AC1 James S. STEVENSON - 1560533 - Runnymede Panel 171.

Looking for all possible info on this incident.
Regards and thanks for your help.
Henk.