Pls correct your archive re:
Flt. SheeBy is incorrect spelling it is SHEEHY he was KIA
on DEC.24, 1944 over Germany.
Thank you would appreciate a respone.
Impressive web site and knowledge base. Very interesting.
Forgive me if I already wrote to you. I have sent many mails to the UK.Maybe another person has read it.
It is about the Wellington W5704. That plane bombed our village Roden, in the North of the Netherlands, on october 24 1941. It was a mistake. The target was Emden. I have written a book about that bombing. I would love to know more about the crew. Sgt. Gray, Austin, Tomlinson, Whitton, Gill and Cox. Those names come from thge RAF-reports. The plane could be from sq.99 Waterbeach, 149 sq. Mildenhall, 57 sq. Feltwell, 75 sq. Feltwell and 214 sq. Stradishall. Could anybody help me?
Thnak you very much. Tjerk Karsijns, Roden Holland.
I would like to contact David Rees, son of Noel Rees from Cymbran.Noel was shot down with myself on 2nd November 1944 over Dusseldorf. We were crew members in sqadron 576 flying in Lancaster bombers.
I recently submitted a personal history to this site. They promptly listed the story. And they quickly and cheerfully made a few corrections and additions for me. The result looks wonderful and I am proud to see it on the site.
I just wished to offer my unreserved recommendation to any who are in search of more understanding on those we lost that the staff of this site and one Kate Tame Senior Research Editor in particular are singularly helpful and knowledgeable. I feel extremely greatful to Kate for he assistance in helping me to piece together more of an understanding on my maternal grandfather's service and unfortunate death. I regret only that I did not discover this valuable resource in time to help my mother with closure as I know that little nine year old girl missed her daddy her entire life. The assistance I got here however will do much to help me not disappoint my uncle and for that I am deeply touched and know he will be as well. Thank you Kate and everyone at Aircrew Remembered.
I have completed full research (with photos) into F/O Moodie DFC and his crew from 44 and 97 Squadrons. I have tried sending it to you but your address is shown as not valid. Is there another e Mail address I can use?
I was searching your site before and was able to find my father R.S. Down. Now it returns no results?? In the list I see 3 listings for Down, but none come up? I read all instructions, so... help
MY ONLY UNCLE FLIGHT LT. KENNETH ERNEST PHILIP EVANS WAS KILLED IN THE VALIANT BOMBER CRASH IN SOUTHWICK, SUSSEX. MY MOTHER AND I ATTENDED THE MILITARY FUNERAL FOR THE THREE MEN WHO DIED ON 11 MAY.
I HAVE TRIED TO FIND MY COUSINS. HOWARD EVANS AND NICKOLAS AND CHRISTOPHER. I DID NOT KNOW THE ELDEST COUSIN WAS NAMED
ROBERT. I SHOULD VERY MUCH LIKE TO BE ABLE TO HEAR FROM THEM AS IT HAS BEEN OVER 59 YEARS SINCE I STARTED MY SEARCH FOR MY FAMILY MEMBERS. MY HUSBAND AND I VISITED THE GRAVES IN ENGLAND ABOUT TEN YEARS AGO AND I HAVE THREE LITTLE GREEN STONES FROM MY UNCLE PIP'S GRAVE. KENNETH ERNEST PHILIP EVANS.
OUR GRAND FATHER'S NAME WAS WILLIAM EVANS AND GRAND MOTHER WAS ANNIE EVANS.
MY MOTHER WAS THE SISTER OF FLT.LT K E P EVANS.HER NAME WAS AGNES LESLEY ETHEL EVANS BEFORE SHE MARRIED MY FATHER IN 1938.
IF ANYONE CAN PASS MY INFORMATION TO MY COUSINS IN ENGLAND IT WOULD BRING CLOSURE AFTER ALL THESE LONG YEARS TO MYSELF AND FAMILY. I AM NOW IN MY LATE SEVENTIES. THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION ON YOUR SITE WHICH I RECEIVED TODAY FROM MY
COUSIN WHO WAS FL.LT K E P EVAN'S FIRST SON GERALD.
PLEASE CONTACT ME. NANETTE SCHELL.
Sadly many names seem to be missing from your website.
For example I am trying to find a reference to one Hector Meadus who served with RCAF as a navigator in WW2 but there is no mention of his name anywhere.
What is the history of Lancaster bomber aircraft R.5666
John Proffitt Chairman, BAF Bureau
Please accept our sincere thanks for providing the article regarding missing Air Crew from WWII and to assist in search for relatives.
It is believed that my father is a cousin of Pilot Officer William Proffitt White of Halifax LK709 that did not return after a bombing raid over Berlin in January 1944.
We did search for information for a number of years and
this will bring some closure to know of what happened and also that a rededication service with military honours will take place to commemorate the Air Crew of RAF Halifax LK709 after all these years.
Congratulations for the memory of World War II Veterans. Great site dedicated to the history.
Seeking information on the aircraft Dornier DO 217 E - 4, which was the gunner WILHELM PYTTEL, 11. March 1943 r. The mission of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Greetings from POLAND.
I have the original POW Bracelet from the 60s with John s Finley the third on it. Would love to let the family know
Hi, for more than thirty years I am searching all about
Spitfire Mk.VIII F, JF344 flown by John McAndrew Brodie, 32. squadron RAF, Foggia Italy. Pilot died at 14.02.1944 near Baska Voda, Yugoslavia.
I need a personal letter of the aircraft that comes after "GZ" squadron code. Where to look?
Congratulations with your fine website and with the major and important remembrance aim ! Best to you and good luck further on.
I am trying to find any information on FS Leslie Robert Willis Flight Engineer 170 Sqn based at Hemswell, shot down in Lancaster NN744 TC-V over Aijen (Limburg) Holland on the night of 21/22 Feb 1945, he survived the crash but died of his wounds in a german hospital on 6 Apr 45. Any photos or information on their final mission would be greatly appreciated. He also served for a short period with 103 Sqn at Elsham Wolds and indeed survived a crash landing in Lancaster LM293 on that base.
I am trying to find any photographs of the flight crew of my uncle's Lancaster 111. His name was James Tweedie, Service No. 1067394. He was in 156 pathfinders Squad. Aircraft EE122 and was shot down and killed in June 1943
Any information would be most hepful
I'm ex RAF and live walking distance from the crash site of 515 Sqn Mosquito PZ344-3P within which Flt/Lt L'Aime and F/O Smith lost their lives. I've inspected the site and found various pieces of wreckage which has been confirmed as belonging to a Mosquito. The location details posted on this site are slightly inaccurate, not too far off though. I will be honouring these gentlemen regularly an would be happy to share any information.
Hello all, I'm looking for information on my Grandad. He was Flight Sargeant Henry Walter Gibson. I believe he was of 7th Squadron. He passed in an accident from RAF Oakhampton on 15 October 1959.
We don't have many living who can tell me more about his RAF life I would love to know more.