Henry James Murray  Photo: Knud Riis    Updated: 04 JUL 2020
                                                       
   
Airman:
 a025003.htm Surname: Murray Init: H J Rank: F/O Service: RNZAF Sqdn: 75

P_link: p300.htm Plane: STI EH955 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: Near Jenning.

Crash_d: d190444 Buried_d: b250444 C_link: c025.htm At_Next: Gram

  Se monument på Gram Kirkegård rejst her og kirken på nettet.
"I forbindelse med en mineudlægningsoperation natten til den 19. april 1944 blev en Stirling ramt af en tysk natjager.
Flyet nedstyrtede ved Jenning syd for Gram. (Jenning er her.)
Sgt Woollam blev fundet dræbt straks om morgenen den 19. april 1944. Han blev begravet den 21. april.
De 3 øvrige omkomne blev fundet i flyets vrag.
Begravelsen fandt sted den 25. april 1944 kl. 04.30.
" (FAF)

Flying Officer (Pilot) Henry James Murray, 26 år, var søn af Gordon Luckhurst Murray og
Elizabeth Murray (f. Allan), Albury, Canterbury, New Zealand.
(Kilde: CWGC)

4 flyvere fra STI EH955 blev begravet i Gram.
3 blev krigsfanger.
De blev sendt til Tyske krigsfangelejre. Se også Minelægningsområder.

See Monument to the airmen erected here and the church on the internet.
"On the night before 19 April 1944 a Stirling was hit by a German night fighter in connection with a minelaying operation.
The plane crashed near Jenning south of Gram. (Jenning is
here.)
Sgt Woollam was found killed in the morning of 19 April 1944. He was buried on 21 April.
The 3 other deceased airmen were found in the wreck of the plane.
The burial took place on 25 April 1944 at 04:30.
" (FAF)

Flying Officer (Pilot) Henry James Murray, 26, was the son of Gordon Luckhurst Murray and of
Elizabeth Murray (nee Allan), of Albury, Canterbury, New Zealand. (Source: CWGC)

4 airmen from STI EH955 were buried in Gram. 3 were captured.
They were taken to
German POW-Camps. See also Minelaying areas.
See No. 75 Squadron RNZAF - Wikipedia * 75 Squadron Association NZ + UK * Google Map planesRNZAF
Stirling III EH955 AA-K took off from RAF Mepal at 20.41 hrs on 18 APR 1944. (Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.)  See also p300MACR.
75(nz)squadron has more, also 75(NZ) Squadron RAF Records from April 1944, find entry of 18.4.1944 and see that this plane with Captain Murray failed to return.

7 airmen.