Harry Murdoch Stoffer      Photo: Mogens Jeppesen      Updated: 12 FEB 2017
                                                                       
Airman:
 a113007.htm Surname: Stoffer Init: H M Rank: P/O Service: RAF Sqdn: 106

P_link: p064.htm Plane: MAN L7463 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: East of Tinglev

Crash_d: d240442 Buried_d: b020542 C_link: c113.htm At_Next: Aabenraa, R 1-11

"I forbindelse med et bombetogt mod en fly-fabrik i Rostock nedstyrtede et "Manchester" fly
den 24. april 1942 kl. ca. 03.00 ved Visgårde 3 km sydøst for Tinglev.
Flyet var i brand i luften. Flyets pilot, H.M. Stoffer, blev fundet dræbt.
Han begravedes den 2. maj sammen med 6 andre britiske flyvere.
De øvrige 6 ombordværende flyvere reddede livet og blev taget til fange." (FAF)

Pilot Officer (Pilot) Harry Murdoch Stoffer, 20 år, var søn af Major H. N. Stoffer og Katherine Wylie Stoffer,
Streatham Hill, London, United Kingdom.
(Kilde: CWGC)

MAN L7463 styrtede ned ved Visgårde (måske omkring her).
En informationstavle er her syd for Visgårdvej 8, 6200 Aabenraa. 
På siden Flystyrt ses Styrt v. Visgårde med mange detaljer!

1 flyver fra MAN L7463 blev begravet i Aabenraa. 6 blev krigsfanger og blev sendt til
Tyske krigsfangelejre.
7 flyvere.

"In connection with a bombing raid on an airplane factory in Rostock a "Manchester" plane crashed
on April 24, 1942 at about 0300 at Visgårde 3 km south east of Tinglev. The plane was on fire in the air.
The pilot, H.M. Stoffer, was found killed. He was buried on May 2 together with 6 other British airmen.
The other 6 members of the crew on board the plane saved their lives and were captured." (FAF)

Pilot Officer (Pilot) Harry Murdoch Stoffer, 20, was the son of Maj. H. N. Stoffer and Katherine Wylie Stoffer,
of Streatham Hill, London, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)
To the beloved memory of my son. Here my treasure lies, where my heart is

MAN L7463 crashed at Visgårde (maybe about here). An information table is here
south of Visgårdvej 8, DK-6200 Aabenraa.
On the website
Flystyrt is Styrt v. Visgårde (Air crash at Visgaarde) with photos and details. Latest addition in 2011, map and data: Simon Pollock's reconstruction.

1 airman from  MAN L7463 was buried in Aabenraa. 6 were captured and taken to German POW-Camps.
See Bomber Command No. 106 Squadron and No. 106 Squadron RAF. This Manchester took off from RAF Coningsby.

7 airmen.