David Ian McNarey                              Updated: 06 MAR 2021

Airman:
 a050018.htm Surname: McNarey Init: D I Rank: F/Lt Service: RNZAF Sqdn: 149

P_link: p165.htm Plane: STI BK698 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: The North Sea

Crash_d: d200443 Buried_d: b150543 C_link: c050.htm At_Next: Lemvig, Grave 703

"På en mission til Lübeck natten til den 21. april 1943 forsvandt et "Stirling" fly over Nordsøen.
Hele besætningen omkom.
Flyets navigatør, D. I. McNarey, inddrev som lig ved Thyborøn. Han begravedes den 15. maj 1943
af sognepræst Lund. 7 andre besætningsmedlemmer har ingen kendt grav." (FAF)  Archive Report
angiver målet som Rostock. 
Thyborøn er her.

Flight Lieutenant (Navigator / Bomber) David Ian McNarey, 27 år, var søn af John og
Mary McK. McNarey, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.
(Kilde:CWGC)

Se Stettin + Rostock 20 - 21 April 1943. Stirling
8 flyvere.

On a mission to Lübeck on the night before 21 April, 1943 a "Stirling" disappeared over the
North Sea. All of the crew perished.
The body of Navigator D. I. McNarey drifted in at Thyborøn. He was buried on 15 May, 1943 by
Rector Lund, the parish of Lemvig. 7 other members of the crew have no known grave. (FAF) 
Archive Report mentions Rostock as the target. Thyborøn is here

Flight Lieutenant (Navigator / Bomber) David Ian McNarey, 27, was the son of John and
Mary McK. McNarey, of Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand. (Source: CWGC)  He is remembered on
The Walls of Names at the International Bomber Command Centre, Phase 2, Panel 210. 

See No. 149 Squadron RAF - Wikipedia * Stettin + Rostock 20 - 21 April 1943 * Stirling
Royal Air Force Lakenheath
Stirling III BK698 OJ-O took off from  RAF Lakenheath at 22.03 hrs on 20 APR 1943.
(Source: Aircrew Remembered has this + Archive Report.) 8 airmen.