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1655 MTU 18/07/1943  Training  DZ495  Mosquito IV  T/o Marham and crashed after flying into high tension cables near Cranfield. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 Capt.  O B Stene        NOT KNOWN     
                 1stLt  K Lochen        NOT KNOWN     
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1655 MTU 11/08/1943  Training  BJ962  Mosquito III  T/o Marham for night dual, during the course of which the port engine failed at a critical stage of approach. Crashed heavily at 0200. F/O Broom fractured his spine and the pupil died shortly afterwards. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  I G Broom  DFC           
                 F/Lt  B A MacDonald    22  J/6029  MARHAM CEMETERY  2764036  11/08/1943 
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1655 MTU 8/09/1943  Training  DK323  Mosquito IV  T/o 0925 Marham but swung to port and when the pilot overcorrected, the Mosquito veered off the runway on the starboard side and lost its undercarriage. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  G D Forder             
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1655 MTU 5/11/1943  Training  DK285  Mosquito IV  T/o 2205 Marham for a night cross country. Lost without trace. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  P T L Hallett  DFC  26  400276  RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL  1799163  5/11/1943 
                 F/O  A W F Quick    33  401567  RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL  2939807  5/11/1943 
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1655 MTU 7/01/1944  Training  DZ356  Mosquito IV  T/0 1445 Marham for a standard day training exercise. Forty five minutes later, with the Mosquito near the Welsh border, an explosion rent the air and debris was scattered around the village of Llangarron, some thirteen miles SSW of Hereford. Crash investigation indicated catastrophic failure of engine. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  K F Jolly      88240  ST. ALBANS CEMETERY  2933044  7/01/1944 
                 F/O  W D Langworthy  DFC  30  408157  Bath (Haycombe) Cemetery  2691658  7/01/1944 
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1655 MTU 25/02/1944  Training  DZ312  Mosquito IV  T/o 2300 Marham for a night navigation detail. Returned to base circa 0130, low cloud, down to 400 feet. Broke through overcast and hit ground near Stradsett, three miles ENE of Downham Market, Norfolk and disintegrated. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  M J Taylor    30  404965  CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY  2651591  26/02/1944 
                 F/O  G W Mander  DFC  22  148461  BINGLEY CEMETERY  2406595  26/02/1944 
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1655 MTU 13/03/1944  Training  DK288  Mosquito IV  T/o Bury St Edmonds to fly to Warboys, but three minutes later, the aircracfts dinghy sprang from its stowage and became entangled in the tail surfaces. Force landed in a field near Bury St Edmonds. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  I G Broom  DFC           
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1655 MTU 26/03/1944  Training  DZ388  Mosquito IV  T/o 1908 Warboys for an operational training sortie. Twenty two minutes later, the bomber spun into the ground at Aslackby Farm, 5 miles ESE of the Lincolnshire airport of Folkingham. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  V Allport  DFC  28  402839  CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY  2650882  26/03/1944 
                 F/Lt  T W Matthews    24  108052  ABNEY PARK CEMETERY  2427862  26/03/1944 
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1655 MTU 20/04/1944  Training  DZ439  Mosquito IV  T/o 1111 Warboys but came down two minutes later at Little Ravely, 5 miles NNE of Huntingdon. The cause of the crash was traced to a failed rear inlet valve in the port Merlin which cut as the Mosquito climbed. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  R Davison    30  146432  NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE (ST. ANDREW'S AND JESMOND) CEMETERY  2810232  20/04/1944 
                 F/O  J T Agnew  DFC  27  155576  BELFAST (DUNDONALD) CEMETERY  2690136  20/04/1944 
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1655 MTU 22/04/1944  Training  DZ603  Mosquito IV  T/o Warboys for a night exercise. Crashed 2225 in Marley Gap field, Hill Far,, near St Ives, Huntingdonshire, after overshooting from an approach with the starboard engine feathered. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 Sgt.  W Aston             
                 P/O  P Bond             
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1655 MTU 25/04/1944  Training  LR525  Mosquito III  T/o 0132 Warboys for a night solo exercise. A mere eight minutes later when Flying Control Staff observed the Mosquito flying overhead at 700 feet with its port propellor feathered. Moments later the Mosquito appeared to stall before spinning in at Rectory Farm, just beyond the western boundary and a mile NW of the village of Broughton on the SW side of the airfield. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  M G Henderson    22  J/17722  CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY  2651179  25/04/1944 
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1655 MTU 13/05/1944  Training  DF517  Oxford I  T/o Warboys for a cross country sortie., during which the crew encountered turbulence of such severity that the trainer broke up and crashed at 1615, debris falling some 2 to 3 miles W of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  A E H Cattle      117960  SOUTHEND-ON-SEA (LEIGH-ON-SEA) CEMETERY  2427232  13/05/1944 
                 F/O  G H Bowen    22  161261  SWANSEA (OYSTERMOUTH) CEMETERY  2718318  13/05/1944 
                 F/Lt  M McIver  DFC  24  J/11107  BROOKWOOD MILITARY CEMETERY  2667592  13/05/1944 
                 F/O  G G Halestrap  DFC  22  127308  MELTON MOWBRAY (THORPE ROAD) CEMETERY  2719296  13/05/1944 
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1655 MTU 21/05/1944  Training  DZ528  Mosquito IV  T/o 1631 Warboys and climbed into cloud. Two minutes later, the Mosquito emerged from the overcast, spinning, and smashed unto the ground near Broughton on the SW side of the airfield and 5 miles NE of Huntingdon. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  S C Holbrow    28  39823  WICK (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD  2712425  21/05/1944 
                 F/O  G M Rea    38  159692  CHEADLE AND GATLEY CEMETERY  1526072  21/05/1944 
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1655 MTU 27/06/1944  Training  DZ550  Mosquito IV  T/o 1448 Warboys briefed for a cross country and instructed to land at Wyton. Dived and crashed at approximately 1740 at Chesterton Farm, Benwick, 4 miles NW from Chatteris, Cambridgeshire. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  W S Donovan  DFM  26  126763  SHEFFIELD (BURNGREAVE) CEMETERY  2413437  27/06/1944 
                 Sgt.  G Royall    21  1582033  HORNINGLOW (ST. JOHN) CHURCHYARD  2713007  27/06/1944 
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1655 MTU 2/07/1944  Training  DZ442  Mosquito IV  T/o 1201 Wyton for local flying. An hour later, the Mosquito landed only for the port oleo to fold as the aircraft ran along the runway. Veering to starboard, the rest of the undercarriage collapsed. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 P/O  R F Pate             
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1655 MTU 22/07/1944  Training  DK300  Mosquito IV  T/o 1306 Warboys for an operational training exercise. Broke up and crashed 1326 near the village of Pidley, 7 miles NE from Huntingdon. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  J Wilmer    26  120497  GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM  2431107  22/07/1944 
                 F/O  A C H McConnell-Jones    23  149143  CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY  2651311  22/07/1944 
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1655 MTU 25/07/1944  Training  DZ421  Mosquito IV  T/o Warboys for a night exercise in navigation. Disintegrated and crashed 0130 at Woodhouse Farm, close to Acklam, 14 miles NE of York. W/O Cook was blown out of the aircraft as it fell. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 W/O  C E Cook             
                 Sgt.  W G Ashley    21  1581756  BIRMINGHAM (YARDLEY) CEMETERY  2449994  25/07/1944 
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1655 MTU 8/08/1944  Training  KB262  Mosquito XX  T/o 1615 Wyton but swung as a consequence of advancing the throttles too quickly. As the Mosquito left the runway, so its undercarriage collapsed. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  H C Kimpton             
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1655 MTU 13/08/1944  Training  KB269  Mosquito XX  T/o 2230 Warboysfor a high level night cross country. While flying at 25,000 feet, flicked over and within seconds the Mosquito had gone into a flat spin, with the control locked hard back. Abandoned circa 0100 and left to crash at Egton, 6miles SW of Whitby, Yorkshire. F/L Kimpton was posted on 27 September 1944, to 31 Base at Stradishall, without completing his course. (Ed - Two aircraft in 5 days was a bit much?) 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  H C Kimpton             
                 F/O  M Watkins             
SqnDateTaskDesigTypeComments
1655 MTU 14/08/1944  Training  DZ477  Mosquito IV  T/o Warboys for a night cross country. Lost control and, having been abandoned, crashed at 0059 near Madley, 6 miles WSW from Hereford. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 W/O  C E Cook             
                 Sgt.  J L Hartley    24  954358  LEOPOLDSBURG WAR CEMETERY  2109697  17/09/1944 
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1655 MTU 19/08/1944  Training  KB224  Mosquito XX  T/o 1005 Wyton for a cross country, during which the crew were instructed to climb to 28,000 feet, the order being given at around midday. Little else is known, except it is believed the Mosquito performed a bunt before shedding one of its wings and crashing 1225 at Downs Farm, Longor, 8 miles SSW of Shrewsbury, wreckage being spread over a wide area. Investigators thought that the oxygen supply may have failed. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  J M Pearce    23  125871  CHELTENHAM CREMATORIUM  2451058  19/08/1944 
                 P/O  A A Young    20  164218  NEWBURN (LEMINGTON) CEMETERY  2810029  19/08/1944 
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1655 MTU 21/08/1944  Training  DZ433  Mosquito IV  T/o 1717 Wyton for a cross country which ended with the Mosquito spinning out of cloud and crashing 1802 at Everton, 5 miles SSE from Finngley, Nottinghamshire. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  R B Bingham    24  52508  FINNINGLEY (HOLY TRINITY AND ST. OSWALD) CHURCHYARD EXTENSION  2702940  21/08/1944 
                 W/O1  M Crowe    28  655586  PAISLEY (HAWKHEAD) CEMETERY  2842339  21/08/1944 
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1655 MTU 23/08/1944  Training  DK321  Mosquito IV  T/o 1844 Warboysfor night training. Approached on one engine but while attempting to overshoot, lost control and crash landed 2109 some 600 yards from the end of the runway. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  N E Lilley             
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1655 MTU 30/08/1944  Training  KB207  Mosquito XX  T/o 2211 Warboys for a night navigation sortie. Encountered severe turbulence and disintegrated. at 2315 near Lindean, 4 miles SSE of Galashiels. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  I Alcuin-Jones    22  122956  LLANGOLLEN (ST. JOHN) CHURCHYARD EXTENSION  2716471  30/08/1944 
                 F/Lt  D A W Clarke    30  129448  CROYDON (MITCHAM ROAD) CEMETERY  2434252  30/08/1944 
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1655 MTU 5/09/1944  Training  LR570  Mosquito III  T/o 1354 Warboys to practice overshooting. Following one such attempt, the Mosquito swung to port and lost both speed and height. To avoid flying into trees, the crew force landed at 1429, coming down near the stations WAAF's site. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  E W F Wall             
                 S/L  R C Alabaster  DSO DFC +           
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1655 MTU 13/09/1944  Training  KB219  Mosquito XX  T/o 2115 Warboys for a navigation detail, at night. Partially abandoned, after loss of control in cloud, and crashed 2250 at Low Milton Farm near Maybole, Ayrshire. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  D C Wallington             
                 P/O  T A Armstrong    24  177963  CARLISLE (DALSTON ROAD) CEMETERY  2695537  13/09/1944 
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1655 MTU 13/09/1944  Training  KB270  Mosquito XX  T/o 2115 Warboysfor a night cross country. On completition of the detail, F/O Morgan had the misfortune, on touch down, to damage the Mosquitos undercarriage and though he was able to climb away, discovered that the unit would no longer lock in the down position. Diverted to Woodbridge, he force landed here at 0150, without injury to himself or his navigator (not named) 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  J P Morgan    24  413881  CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY  2651382  15/01/1945 
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1655 MTU 16/09/1944  Training  KB211  Mosquito XX  T/o 1725 Warboys for practice bombing but broke up, fifteen minutes later, and came down at Woodgate Farm, Moulton Chapel, 5 miles NE of Spalding in Lincolnshire. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  A W Rutledge    32  106375  MIDDLETON ST. GEORGE (ST. GEORGE) CHURCHYARD  4028215  16/09/1944 
                 P/O  J K Evans    25  175064  CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY  2651079  16/09/1944 
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1655 MTU 11/10/1944  Training  KB203  Mosquito XX  T/o Wyton for a cross country. Thought to have flown into cloud, lost control, and dived into the waters of Caernarfon Bay. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  R J Beckley    33  134748  BANDON HILL CEMETERY  2433751  11/10/1944 
                 F/Sgt  W T Borrowman    23  R/81097  CARNWATH NEW CEMETERY  2715589  11/10/1944 
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1655 MTU 27/10/1944  Training  KB240  Mosquito XX  T/o 0949 Warboys for a navigation detail. On return to base an hydraulic failure prevented the wheels from locking down. Diverted to Woodbridge and written off in the subsequent emergency landing. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 P/O  R McLean             
                 F/Lt  ? Hunting             
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1655 MTU 2/11/1944  Training  DZ436  Mosquito IV  T/o 1450 Wyton but swung to starboard and in trying to bring his aircraft back onto the centre line, over compensated and as a consequence he overstressed the udercarriage attachment points, thereby damaging the aircraft beyond worthwhile repair. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  D G Hannigan             
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1655 MTU 8/11/1944  Training  DZ632  Mosquito XX  T/o 2120 Wyton for a night cross country. Dived and crashed 2150 between Hopton and Lound,two villages roughly 4 mile N and 4 miles NNW from Lowestoft, Suffolk. F/L Clancey's two brothers were also killed during the war - Sgt Douglas Allen Clancey, 27/11/41 and Lt Kenneth Cooper Clancy 11/3/45. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  R W Clancey      104541  ENFIELD (LAVENDER HILL) CEMETERY  2430631  8/11/1944 
                 F/O  R W Alford  MID  31  168697  BOVEY TRACEY CEMETERY  2441280  8/11/1944 
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1655 MTU 23/11/1944  Training  KB232  Mosquito XX  T/o Warboys for a high level navigation detail, climbing to 25,000 feet. And it was while cruising at this altitude that the starboard engine failed. Engine feathered but unable to maintain height and a force landing made in a field , 1t 1548, on Turnbury farm, Shirdley Hill near Birkdale. Lancashire. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 W/O  N H Prior             
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1655 MTU 24/11/1944  Training  DZ429  Mosquito IV  T/o 0118 Warboys heading off into the night intent on flying a high level cross country. At 0142, the Mosquito spun (presumably from its briefed height of 28,000 feet) and crashed at Alrewasm 5 miles SW from the centre of Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire and not far from Lichfield airport. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/O  R M Jones    25  J/17652  CHESTER (BLACON) CEMETERY  1526281  24/11/1944 
                 F/O  D G MacKenzie    22  163827  GLASGOW (CARDONALD) CEMETERY  2452699  24/11/1944 
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1655 MTU 8/12/1944  Training  KB440  Mosquito B.25  T/o 1126 Wyton but swing and lost its undercarriage. 
RankInitSurnameDecorationUnitAgeDispositionService No.CemeteryCWGrefDeceased
                 F/Lt  D F White