Ronald Frank Dell                           Updated:  08 SEP 2014

Airman: a019057.htm Surname: Dell Init: R F Rank: F/O Service: RCAF Sqdn: 514

P_link: p365.htm Plane: LAN PB143 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: At Estruplund

Crash_d: d300844 Buried_d: b120944 C_link: c019.htm At_Next: Frederikshavn, gr. 68

Den 30. august 1944 styrtede LAN PB143 ned her, overblik her. Dette var 1 af 38 fly tabt under
Operation 30 AUGUST 1944 - se også Mindesten for 6 engelske flyvere og En beretning fra Estruplund
af Kristian Boje Pedersen - og Estruplund - flystyrtet, begravelsen og mere
og Fotos fra 4. maj 1995 i Estruplund fra Susanne von Lowzow, Estruplund - Mindegudstjeneste 2014
og artiklen Den britiske bombe i Vorup - og Estruplund (pdf-6 MB) i Randers Amtsavis 30 AUG 2014.

"Et medlem af besætningen, P/O R.F. Dell, ligger begravet i Frederikshavn. Han blev fundet druknet ved Læsø, hvorfor det må antages, at han sprang ud med faldskærm over Kattegat.” (FAF)

Flying Officer (Wireless Operator / Air Gunner) Ronald Frank Dell var fra Canada. (Kilde: CWGC)

6 flyvere fra LAN PB143 begravet i Estruplund, 1 flyver begravet i Frederikshavn. 7 flyvere. Se Lancaster fotos.

On 30 August 1944 LAN PB143 crashed  here, overview here. This was 1 of 38 planes lost on
Operation 30 AUGUST 1944 - see routes and losses. See also A Memorial Stone to 6 British Airmen and
An Account from Estruplund by Kristian Boje Pedersen and Estruplund - the crash, the burial and more and

Photos from 4th May 1995 in Estruplund from Susanne von Lowzow, Estruplund
- Memorial Service 2014.
The British bomb in Vorup - and Estruplund
(pdf-6 MB) by Anders Straarup in Randers Amtsavis on 30 AUG 2014.

A member of the crew, P/O R.F. Dell, is buried in Frederikshavn. He was found drowned at Læsø, so it must
be assumed that he bailed out over the Kattegat. (Source: FAF)

Flying Officer (Wireless Operator / Air Gunner) Ronald Frank Dell was from Canada. (Source: CWGC)

6 airmen from LAN PB143 were buried in Estruplund, 1 airman was buried in Frederikshavn.
See Bomber Command No. 514 Squadron and No. 514 Squadron RAF.
This Lancaster - see Lancaster photos - took off from RAF Waterbeach.
See the Wartime Memories Project, the sections 514 Squadron and RAF Waterbeach. 7 airmen.