Marcel Stanley Sinclair       Photo: Knud Riis     Updated: 04 MAR 2021

 a014027.htm Surname: Sinclair Init: M S Rank: F/Sgt Service: RCAF Sqdn: 408

P_link: p076.htm Plane: HAM AE288 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: Sea E of Mandø

Crash_d: d090542 Buried_d: b160542 C_link: c014.htm At_Next: Esbjerg, A3. 11. 12

Den 9. maj 1942 styrtede HAM AE288 i Vadehavet ved Mandø under et bombetogt mod
(her). (Måske omkring her - Kilde: AOD)  Se p076MACR.
Alle 4 besætningsmedlemmer omkom. Sgt Jefferies og Sgt Stroud blev fundet ved Mandø.
De blev begravet i Esbjerg den 16. maj 1942 sammen med F/Sgt Sinclair.
Pilot F/Sgt J. S. Norton blev fundet drevet ind på Rømø den 7. juli 1942.
Han blev begravet næste dag i Esbjerg. (Kilde: FAF)

Flight Sergeant (Navigator / Air Observer) Marcel Stanley Sinclair, 23 år, var søn af John Murray Sinclair
og Alice Winifred Sinclair, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
(Kilde: CWGC) 4 flyvere.

On 9 May 1942 HAM AE288 crashed into the tidal waters near Mandø on a bombing raid on
(here). (Maybe about here - Source: AOD)
All of the crew perished. Sgt Jefferies and Sgt Stroud were found near Mandø.
On 16 May 1942 they were buried in Esbjerg together with F/Sgt Sinclair.
On 7 July 1942 Pilot F/Sgt J. S. Norton was found drifted ashore on Rømø.
The next day he was buried in Esbjerg. (Source: FAF)

Flight Sergeant (Navigator / Air Observer) Marcel Stanley Sinclair, 23, was the son of John Murray Sinclair and Alice Winifred Sinclair, of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. (Source: CWGC)
In loving memory of our dear son and brother sadly missed by all  R.I.P.
 His name is engraved on the Memorial Wall at the BC Museum of Canada. The Canadian Virtual War Memorial has this.
He is remembered on The Walls of Names at the International Bomber Command Centre, Phase 1, Panel 97.
This Hampden took off from RAF Balderton. See p076MACR.
See No. 6 Group and the Canadian Squadrons * No. 408 (Goose) Squadron RCAF
408 "Goose" Squadron Association.
Hampden I AE288 EQ-H
took off from RAF Balderton at 21.24 hrs on 08 MAY 1942.
(Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.)  4 airmen.