Blenheim IV T1829 - Off Westerland, Sylt                                             Updated:  06 AUG 2012
 

Airman Surname Init Rank Service Sqdn P_link Plane Operation Crash_site Crash_d Buried_d C_link At_Next
e777422.htm Horsham J F Sgt RAF 18 p027.htm BLE T1829 Anti ship Off Westerland, Sylt d110441 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN
a100002.htm Jones HPG P/O RAF 18 p027.htm BLE T1829 Anti ship Off Westerland, Sylt d110441 b120841 c100.htm Sdr. Nissum
e777423.htm Walton K C Sgt RAF 18 p027.htm BLE T1829 Anti ship Off Westerland, Sylt d110441 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN

Den 11. april 1941 styrtede BLE T1829 i Nordsøen ved øen Sild (måske omkring her). Hele besætningen omkom.

Flyets pilot H. P. G. Jones blev fundet den 8. august 1941 i Jens Dahls strandlen, Sdr. Nissum sogn (omkring her).
Han blev begravet i Sdr. Nissum den 12. august 1941 ved sognepræst Jensen, Staby.

De 2 andre flyvere forsvandt i havet. (Kilde: FAF)

3 flyvere.

On 11 April 1941 BLE T1829 crashed into the North Sea off the island of Sylt (maybe about here). All of the crew perished.

On 8 August 1941 Pilot H. P. G. Jones was found washed ashore in Jens Dahl's beach area in the parish of Sønder Nissum (about here).
On 12 August 1941 he was buried in Sønder Nissum. Vicar Jensen of Staby officiated at the graveside ceremony.

The 2 other airmen disappeared into the sea. (Source: FAF)

This Blenheim took off from RAF Oulton. See Bomber Command No. 18 Squadron. See also RAF Oulton Museum.

3 airmen. Lost Bombers has this.