James Henry Storey                        Updated:  03 FEB 2017

Airman:
 a019023.htm Surname: Storey Init: J H Rank: Sgt Service: RAF Sqdn: 149

P_link: p096.htm Plane: STI R9162 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: The Skagerrak

Crash_d: d110842 Buried_d: b170942 C_link: c019.htm At_Next: Frederikshavn, gr. 26

Den 11. august 1942 styrtede STI R9162 i Skagerrak under en minelægningsoperation
(måske omkring her - Kilde: AOD). Hele besætningen omkom.
Sgt James Henry Storey blev fundet som lig på havet 4 km fra Hjardemål Klit (omkring her).
Hans navn stod skrevet i den redningskrans, man fandt ham i.
Han blev begravet i Frederikshavn den 17. september 1942.
F/Sgt C. W. S. Oliver blev begravet i Larvik i Norge, mens Sgt L. R. Sims blev begravet på
Kviberg Kirkegård ved Gøteborg i Sverige.
4 flyvere har ingen kendt grav. (Kilde: FAF)

Sergeant (Air Gunner) James Henry Storey var fra United Kingdom. (Kilde: CWGC)  7 flyvere.

On 11 August 1942 STI R9162 crashed in the Skagerrak on a minelaying operation
(maybe about here - Source: AOD). All of the crew perished.
The body of Sgt James Henry Storey was found at sea 4 km off Hjardemål Klit (about here).
He was found in a lifebuoy with his name on. He was buried in Frederikshavn on 17 September 1942.
F/Sgt C. W. S. Oliver was buried in Larvik in Norway, while Sgt L. R. Sims was buried in
Kviberg Cemetery at Gothenburg in Sweden. 4 airmen have no known grave. (Source: FAF)

Sergeant (Air Gunner) James Henry Storey was from the United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)

See Bomber Command No. 149 Squadron * No. 149 Squadron RAF.
Stirling I R9162 OJ-Q took off from RAF Mildenhall on 11 AUG 1942 targeting Silverthorn, Kattegat.
Lost at sea. (Source: MACR) See map of Minelaying areas. 7 airmen.