Blenheim IV V6375 - The North Sea                                                      Updated:  17 MAR 2013
 

Airman Surname Init Rank Service Sqdn P_link Plane Operation Crash_site Crash_d Buried_d C_link At_Next
a045002.htm Guesford A E F/Sgt RAF 110 p032.htm BLE V6375 Anti ship The North Sea d150641 b160841 c045.htm Kirkeby
a045003.htm Rolfe LPC Sgt RAF 110 p032.htm BLE V6375 Anti ship The North Sea d150641 b260841 c045.htm Kirkeby
e777430.htm Shearn C F Sgt RAF 110 p032.htm BLE V6375 Anti ship The North Sea d150641 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN


Den 15. juni 1941 forsvandt BLE V6375 over Nordsøen. Ingen overlevende.

A. E. Guesford blev fundet på stranden (måske omkring her) den 15. august 1941 og begravet af sognepræsten i Kirkeby næste dag.

L. P. C. Rolfe drev i land den 25. august 1941. Sognepræsten forestod begravelsen den følgende dag. (Kilde: FAF)

2 flyvere fra BLE V6375 blev begravet i Kirkeby og 1 har ingen kendt grav.

3 flyvere.


On 15 June 1941
BLE V6375 disappeared over the North Sea. No survivors.

A. E. Guesford was found on the beach (maybe about here) on 15 August 1941 and buried by the vicar in Kirkeby on the following day.

L. P. C. Rolfe was washed ashore on 25 August 1941. On the following day the vicar officiated at the graveside ceremony. (Source: FAF)

This Blenheim from Bomber Command No. 110 Squadron took off from RAF Manston at 1830 hrs. on 15 June 1941. (Source: MACR)

2 airmen from BLE V6375 were buried in Kirkeby and 1 has no known grave.

3 airmen.