William Sharman Bull  Photo 26 JUL 2014, AS    Updated: 03 FEB 2016
                                                                                                   
Airman:
 a064001.htm Surname: Bull Init: W S Rank: F/Lt Service: RAF Sqdn: 44

P_link: p010.htm Plane: HAM P4352 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: The North Sea

Crash_d: d040740 Buried_d: b040840 C_link: c064.htm At_Next: Nr. Lyngvig

Den 4. juli 1940 styrtede HAM P4352 i Nordsøen under en minelægningsoperation til området
omkring her ved sydspidsen af Langeland.
Se Minelægningsområder. Hele besætningen omkom.

HAM P4352 forlod RAF Waddington kl. 21.22 den 3. juli 1940. Operation antages at være gennemført. Rapporterede at flyve på en motor (af to) kl. 01.03. Sidste stedbestemmelse kl. 03.47. (Kilde: MACR)

"Liget af W. S. Bull blev fundet den 27. juli 1940 inddrevet på stranden (omkring her) i Mogens Aaes
strandlen ved Klegod. Begravelsen fandt den 4. august 1940." (FAF)

Flight Lieutenant (Air Gunner) William Sharman Bull, 34, var søn af Frederick og Helen Bull;
gift med Patricia Bull, Ivybridge, Devon, United Kingdom.
(Kilde: CWGC og MACR)

1 flyver fra HAM P4352 blev begravet i Nr. Lyngvig. 3 flyvere har ingen kendt grav. 4 flyvere.
 
On 4 July 1940
HAM P4352 crashed into the North Sea on a minelaying operation to the area
about here at the south point of Langeland.
See Minelaying areas. All of the crew perished.

HAM P4352 left RAF Waddington at 2122 hrs on 3 July 1940. Operation presumed to have been carried out. Reported flying on one engine (of two) 0103 hrs. Last fix 0347 hrs. (Source: MACR)

Flight Lieutenant (Air Gunner) William Sharman Bull, 34, was the son of Frederick and Helen Bull,
and the husband of Patricia Bull, of Ivybridge, Devon, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC and MACR)
Lead me to the rock which is higher than I.

On 27 July 1940 the body of W. S. Bull was found washed ashore on the beach (about here) near Klegod.
He was buried (in Norre Lyngvig) on 4 August 1940. (Source: FAF)


1 airman from
HAM P4352 was buried in Norre Lyngvig. 3 airmen have no known grave.

See Bomber Command No. 44 Squadron. Also No. 44 Squadron RAF in Wikipedia and No. 44 Squadron (RAF): Second World War
RAF-Lincolnshire.info: 44 Squadron. This Hampden took off from RAF Waddington. See RAF Waddington now. 4 airmen.