Maurice Hardy Gillingham                Updated:    11 MAY 2009


Airman:
 a107006.htm Surname: Gillingham Init: M H Rank: P/O Service: RAF Sqdn: 82

P_link: p022.htm Plane: BLE T1934 Operation: Attack DK Crash_site: Tranum Klit

Crash_d: d130840 Buried_d: b160840 C_link: c107.htm At_Next: Vadum

BLE T1934 tog del i angrebet på Aalborg, Fliegerhorst Aalborg West den 13. august 1940. Nedstyrtningsstedet er her. (Kilde: Ole Rønnest)

Omtrent sammesteds styrtede Lart´s fly T 1934 (her). Hverken han selv, Gillingham eller Beeby kom fri af flyet. Kun Gillingham blev om eftermiddagen identificeret af læge Christensen fra Brovst sygehus (her). (Tekst fra Skudt ned over Danmark)

Pilot Officer (Observer) Maurice Hardy Gillingham, 22 år, var søn af James Hardy Gillingham, og af Edith Gillingham, Hendon, Middlesex, United Kingdom. (Kilde: CWGC)

3 flyvere.


BLE T1934 took part in the attack on Aalborg airfield, Fliegerhorst Aalborg West, on 13 August, 1940. The crash site is here. (Source: Ole Rønnest)

Almost at the same place Lart´s aircraft T 1934 crashed (here). Neither he, Gillingham nor Beeby managed to get out. In the afternoon Gillingham, as the only one of the three, was identified by Dr. Christensen from Brovst Hospital (here). (Text from Shot down over Denmark)

Pilot Officer (Observer) Maurice Hardy Gillingham, 22, was the son of James Hardy Gillingham, and of Edith Gillingham, of Hendon, Middlesex, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)

3 airmen.