Sidney Llewellyn      Photo: Knud Riis   Updated: 01 FEB 2019

Airman: a014083.htm Surname: Llewellyn Init: S Rank: Sgt Service: RAF Sqdn: 158

P_link: p130.htm Plane: HAL W7751 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: At Bryndum

Crash_d: d090143 Buried_d: b190143 C_link: c014.htm At_Next: Esbjerg, A3. 8. 17

Den 9. januar 1943 styrtede HAL W7751 ned ved Bryndum (omkring her) ved Esbjerg.
(Kilde: Kortet Flystyrt ved Esbjerg af Torben Thorsen og Morten S. Jensen)


6 besætningsmedlemmer blev begravet i Esbjerg den 14. januar 1943.
Sgt Llewellyn blev hårdt såret indlagt på Esbjerg Centralsygehus. Han døde den 15. januar 1943.
Den 19. januar 1943 blev han begravet i Esbjerg. 1 flyver blev krigsfange.
(Kilde: FAF)
Sgt P. Skinner blev interneret i lejrene
8B/344 Lamsdorf." (Lost Bombers)

Sergeant (Flight Engineer) Sidney Llewellyn, 23 år, var nevø af Richard Alexander og Ella May Williams,
West Kirby, Cheshire, United Kingdom.
(Kilde: CWGC)
8 flyvere.

On 9 January 1943 HAL W7751 crashed at Bryndum (about here) near Esbjerg.
(Source:The map Air Crashes at Esbjerg by Torben Thorsen and Morten S. Jensen)


6 crew members were buried in Esbjerg on 14 January 1943.
Sgt Llewellyn was severely injured and he was taken to hospital in Esbjerg.
He died on 15 January 1943. On 19 January 1943 he was buried in Esbjerg.
1 airman became a prisoner of war. (Source: FAF)
Sgt. P. Skinner was interned in Camps 8B/344 Lamsdorf." (Lost Bombers)

Sergeant (Flight Engineer) Sidney Llewellyn, 23, was the nephew of Richard Alexander and
Ella May Williams, of West Kirby, Cheshire, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)
In memory of my dear nephew, one we loved but could not save

See No. 158 Squadron RAF - Wikipedia * 158 Squadron Association * A new memorial to 158 Squadron
Halifax * Halifax-BC Museum.Canada * Halifax-RAF Museum * Halifax-The Yorkshire Air Museum

Halifax II W7751 NP-F
took off from RAF Rufforth at 16.02 hrs on 09 JAN 1943.
(Source:
Aircrew Remembered has this.) See Halifax Print and Halifax - Bless 'Em All
8 airmen.