John Ott       Photo: Mogens Jeppesen     Updated:  05 JAN 2012
                                                                      
Airman:
 a113034.htm Surname: Ott Init: J Rank: F/Sgt Service: RCAF Sqdn: 405

P_link: p112.htm Plane: HAL W1274 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: Ellesø Mose

Crash_d: d240942 Buried_d: b260942 C_link: c113.htm At_Next: Aabenraa, R 2-12

 Den 24. september 1942 styrtede HAL W1274 ned i Ellesø Mose nordøst for Kruså.

Alle 7 besætningsmedlemmer omkom.
Flyverne blev begravet den 26. september 1942 i Aabenraa.
Pastor Carl Beuck forestod begravelsen og foretog jordpåkastelsen. (Kilde: FAF)

Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) John Ott, 24 år, var søn af Howard og Flora J. Ott; gift med Mary Arm Ott, Chemainus, British Columbia, Canada. (Kilde: CWGC)

Se monument rejst ved nedstyrtningsstedet her 64 år senere.  7 flyvere.    

HAL W1274 crashed into Ellesø Moor northeast of Kruså on 24 September, 1942.

All 7 members of the crew perished.
The airmen were buried on 26 September, 1942 in Aabenraa.
Vicar Carl Beuck carried out the burial and officiated at the graveside. (Source: FAF)

Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) John Ott, 24, was the son of Howard and Flora J. Ott, and the husband of
Mary Arm Ott, of Chemainus, British Columbia, Canada. (Source: CWGC)
In loving memory of a dear son, brother, husband and dad  "Thy will be done"

See monument erected at the crash site here  64 years later.
See Bomber Command No. 405 Squadron RCAF and  405 Squadron - The Canadians
No. 405 Squadron of the RCAF. RAF - Handley Page Halifax. This Halifax took off from RAF Topcliffe
Lost Bombers has this. 7 airmen.