Albert Edward Simmans  Photo: Mogens Jeppesen    Updated: 25 DEC 2018
                                                                          
Airman:
 a113014.htm Surname: Simmans Init: A E Rank: Sgt Service: RAF Sqdn: 115

P_link: p066.htm Plane: WEL X3633 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: Near Bevtoft

Crash_d: d260442 Buried_d: b050642 C_link: c113.htm At_Next: Aabenraa, R 1-6

 "På bombetogt mod Rostock nedstyrtede et Wellington fly den 26. april 1942 ved Bevtoft, øst for
Toftlund. Alle om bord blev dræbt. De 6 dræbte flyvere blev begravet den 6. maj 1942 kl. 06.30. Marinepræst Graumann, Flensborg, foretog jordpåkastelsen." (FAF) Sandsynligvis var det på samme måde som
En begravelse  4 dage tidligere.

Sergeant (Air Gunner) Albert Edward Simmans, 23 år, var søn af Albert Edward og
Lily Beatrice Simmans, Barking, Essex, United Kingdom.
(Kilde: CWGC)

Se monument for besætningen på WEL X3633.
6 flyvere.

A Wellington crashed on 26. april 1942 at Bevtoft, east of Toftlund on a bombing raid to Rostock.
All aboard perished. The 6 killed airmen were buried on 6 May 1942 at 06:30. Navy Chaplain Graumann, Flensburg, officiated at the graveside. (Source: FAF) Probably it was in the same way as A burial 4 days earlier.

Sergeant (Air Gunner) Albert Edward Simmans, 23, was the son of Albert Edward and
Lily Beatrice Simmans, of Barking, Essex, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)
What we keep in memory is ours, unchanged for ever

See monument to the crew of WEL X3633.

This Vickers Armstrong Wellington, see also Vickers Wellington,
was from No. 115 Squadron RAF - Wikipedia.
Wellington III X3633 KO-Y took off from RAF Marham at 22.23 hrs on 25 APR 1942.
(Source:
Aircrew Remembered has this.)
6 airmen.