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#Name*First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir ForceCommandUnitDateofIncident *See NoteAircraftTypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
101 AylmerAlbert ArthurSergeant2210900Air Gunner (Mid Upper)RAFVRBomber Command102 Sqn (Ceylon)
1944-08-12HalifaxIIILW195DY:HPocklington21:22BraunschweigShot down by a night-fighter, whose fire killed Sgt Craig, crashing near RinteinPoW No 545, Stalag Luft 7
102 AylmerAlbert ArthurSergeant2210900Air Gunner (Mid Upper)RAFVRBomber Command102 Sqn (Ceylon)
1944-06-08HalifaxIIIMZ659DY:TPocklington22:33Alencon - CommunicationsRan low on fuel on the return leg. The crew baled out near RAF Carnaby at 05:12. No injuries reportedSafe/PoW 13 August 1944102 Squadron Halifax LW195 DY:H
103 BaileyJohn HowardWarrant Officer746977NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command50Sqn
1943-02-13LancasterIIIED484VN-QSkellingthorpePMLorientCrashed in the seaMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 134 Read Archive Report
104 BaileyArthur WilfredSergeant7477481921Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command102Sqn (Ceylon)
1942-09-01HalifaxIIW1248DY-OPocklington2329SaarbruckenOn the return flight the starboard outer engine failed due to a coolant leak. Although they had made it back to Yorkshire the remaining three engines failed before a landing could be made at Pocklington, and a forced landing was made in a field near Low Catton, to the S of Stamford Bridge at 05:30 and all on board survivedKilled on Active Service 7 Sep 1943Some of the crew walked to nearby East Farm owned by Mr Fred Lane. It was found that at the time of this incident the pilot had a habit of flying with the revs on the engines higher than normally recommended, this, combined with the flight engineer having set the petrol cocks incorrectly supplying fuel to the working engines had resulted in the available fuel in the tanks selected running out. The pilot very capable and this incident did not detract from his flying for which he was later awarded the DFC. After assessment of the a/c it was deemed beyond repair although the engines were taken away for re-use or stripping down for spares

1658 Conversion Unit Halifax DT524
105 BaileySydney Arthur JamesSergeant1332267Air Gunner (Mid Upper)RAFVRBomber Command12 Sqn
1943-05-25LancasterIIIED967PH:FWickenby00:37DusseldorfSee archive report for detailsKiAReichswald Forest War Cemetery. Grave 5.D.11.
106 BaileyArthurSergeant1039496Wireless Operator/ Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command9Sqn
1943-10-07LancasterIIIED836WS:CRAF Bardney20:58StuttgartSee archive report for detailsKiADurnbach War Cemetery Coll. grave 1.D. 19-21
107 BakerFrank ErnestPilot Officer49319PilotRAFBomber Command106Sqn
1945-03-12LancasterIRA508ZN:BMetheringham13:30DortmundLost without TraceMiARunnymede Memorial Panel 268Son of Henry Arthur Baker, and of Rosina Emma Baker, of Hornchurch, Essex.
108 BakerDonald ArthurPilot Officer80114Age ?British - From Southern RhodesiaPilotRAFVRBomber Command144Sqn
1941-11-05HampdenIAD846PL-?RAF North Luffenham, RutlandPMAnti ShippingCrashed off TerschellingPoW No. 665 Stalag Luft SaganUntil 1942-04-21 Bomber Command, thereafter Coastal Command

From Inyazure, Sothern Rhodesia, South Africa

109 BakerArthur C HSergeantBomber Command57Sqn
1944-07-07LancasterIIILM522DX-GEast Kirkby2218St-Leu Crashed near Envermeu {Seine-Maritime} Killed St-Nicolas d'Aliermont French Military Cemetery Archive Report
110 BamberSamuel ArthurLeading Aircraftsman1019395Age 30UKPassenger Ground crewRAFVRTransport Command575Sqn RAF
1945-02-06DakotaIIIKG630I9-?RAF Broadwell, Oxfordshire935Ferry FlightSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledBrookwood Military Cemetery. Grave 25.E.8.Son of Samuel Bamber, and of Florence Bamber, of Birkenhead. Grave inscription: 'Loves Sweet Memory Across The Years Will Come To Me Heartbroken Mother'.
111 BanksArthurSergeant16079921920PilotGC


RAFMediterranean and Middle East 112 Sqn
1944.08.29MustangIII HB936GA:AIesi Airfield, central Italy16:45Armed ReconnaissanceSee archive reportMurdered on the 20th December 1944Argenta Gap War Cemetery, Emilia-Romagna, Italy . Plot III, A, 7.
112 BanksRobert ArthurSergeant 2nd Pilot1100940RAFVRBomber Command9Sqn
1941-09-07WellingtonIcZ8845WS-Honington2030BerlinCrashed TerwispelKilledOpsterland Gorredijk Netherlands Grave Ref Row A Coll grave 3-6 Read Archive Report
113 BanksGeorge LeslieSergeant1113233Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command218 Sqn
1943-01-27StirlingIN6077HA:VRAF Downham Market, Norfolk17:03GardeningSee archive report for further detailsKilledHannover War Cemetery. Coll. Grave 3. A11-17
114 BanksGeorgeSergeant1686034Age ?BritishNavigatorRAFVRTraining Command1 (Observers) Advanced Flying Unit. 29 Group1945-02-08AnsonIW2637-RAF Wigtown, Scotland200TrainingSee archive report for detailed informationMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 273Son of George Banks, and of May Banks, of Northenden, Lancashire, England.
115 BarberKenneth ArthurPilot Officer134720Bomb AimerRAFVRBomber Command76 Sqn
1943-09-27HalifaxVLK891MP:XHolme on Spalding Moor19:09HannoverSee Archive report for detailsKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 123
116 BarberRoland HenryFlying Officer136158RAFVRHQ South Atlantic WingRAF Ferry Command1943-10-03Marauder (B-26C Serial no. 41-35463)IIFB454??Oakes Field, NassauDived into sea 1 mile west of Nassau, Bahamas after engine caught fireKilledNassau War Cemetery East. C.5
Son of Roland Arthur and Gladys Mabel Barber, of Northampton.
117 BarbourArthur AlexanderSergeant412566AustraliaRAAF32Sqn RAAF
1943-04-27RAAF Honour Roll
118 BarclayRichard George ArthurPilot Officer74661Age 21PilotRAFVRFighter Command249Sqn
1940-11-29HurricaneIV6692FY-?PatrolBaled out near Tunbridge WellsWoundedRecovered - Killed on the 17th July 1942 - Buried at El Alamein War Cemetery. Grave X1.H.7Read Archive Report
119 BarclayRichard George ArthurFlight Lieutenant74661Age 22PilotDFC

RAFVRFighter Command611Sqn
1941-09-20SpitfireVW3816FY-KRAF Hornchurch, EssexCircus 100BSee archive report for brief details EvadedSafe - Killed on the 17th July 1942 - Buried at El Alamein War Cemetery. Grave X1.H.7Read Archive Report
120 BarclayRichard George ArthurFlight Lieutenant74661Age 22PilotDFC

RAFVRFighter Command238Sqn1942-07-17HurricaneIIPB296Patrol See archive report for brief details KilledBuried at El Alamein War Cemetery. Grave X1.H.7 Read Archive Report
121 BarclayRichard George ArthurFlight Lieutenant74661Age 22PilotDFC

RAFVRFighter Command238Sqn1942-07-17HurricaneIIBP296Patrol See archive report for brief details KilledBuried at El Alamein War Cemetery. Grave X1.H.7 Read Archive Report
122 Barclay Richard George ArthurPilotDFC
Fighter Command8KIA 17 July 1942
123 BargeArthur LowthianFlying Officer102153PilotRAFVRFighter264 Sqn
1943-04-12MosquitoNF.IIDD727PS:?RAF Colerne08:15RangerTook off in low cloud, flew low South over Oakhill, hit a tree on high ground on Old Frome Road, crashed in area of barn on Lapwing FarmKilledWanstead (St. Mary) ChurchyardSon of Arthur Leslie and Grace Ethel Barge, of Wanstead; husband of Betty Dorothy Barge, of Wanstead.
124 BarkerDennisSergeant1233899Air/GnrRAFVRBomber Command51Sqn
1943-07-29HalifaxIIJD309MH-RAF Snaith, Yorkshire2251Hamburg see archive report for further details Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial Panel 141 Read Archive Report
125 BarkerGareth AllanFlight Lieutenant J/13359(Age 22)CanadaPilotRCAFBomber Command305Sqn (Polish)
1945-04-06De Havilland MosquitoF.B.VlHR191A.75 Advanced Landing Ground (Cambrai/Epinoy) RAFAircraft lost whilst attacking Enemy Tramsport in Northern Holland. Location : Germany. Killed on Operational Flight, Becklingen War Cemetery - Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany. Plot 11, Row B, Grave 5Paradie Archive DatabaseCREW : F/Lt G A Barker; Sgt G E Arthur. Son of Frederick William Barker and Olive Ruth Barker, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
126 BarnardLeslie William ArthurSergeant1384144UKAir GunnerRAFVRBomber Command218Sqn
1942-08-06StirlingIN6072HA-PDownham Market110DuisburgShow down by a night fighter of 5./NJG 1, crashed near Kessel HollandKilledJonkerbos War Cemetery, Coll. Grave 12. E. 7-9. NetherlandsAccident report
127 BarnesArthur Warrant Officer404541AustraliaRAAF215Sqn RAF
1943-05-17RAAF Honour Roll
128 BarnfieldKenneth WilliamFlight Sergeant902522Age 20PilotRAFVRBomber Command142Sqn
1941-11-30WellingtonIVZ1202QT-?RAF Grimsby, Lincolnshire1817HamburgSee archive report for further brief detailsMissing - believed killedRunnymede War Memorial. Panel 35Son of Arthur William and of Rosalind Blanche Barnfield, of Bishopston, Bristol, England
129 BarrettArthur CourtneySergeant1896411Air Gunner (Rear)RAFVRBomber Command207 Sqn
1944-07-07LancasterIIIND866EM:BSpilsby22:51St-LeuND866 was claimed by Lt. Frithjof Fensch, his 6th Abschuss and the first of three this night , from 4./NJG4 over Gisors at 3.500 m. at 01:32 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten). Aircraft crashed at approx 01:30 hrs between the villages of Bezu-St-Eloi (Eure) and Neaufles-St-Martin, some 6km WNW and 4 km respectively of GisorsKiANeaufles-St. Martin Churchyard Coll. GraveSon of Alfred and Lillian Barrett; husband of Iris Elena Morley Barrett, of Christchurch, Hampshire.
130 BarrterArthur Clement 'Peter'Flight LieutenantJuly 10, 1912BritishPilotRAFVRBomber Command138Sqn (Special)
1943-12-10HalifaxIIBB378NF-DTempsford2150SOEFailed To Return GERMAN AC, DENMARK Me110, Cra 15km S Holbæk, between Tostrup and Bonderup. Crash landed near TostrupEvader. Survived war. Died May 10, 1988 (75)
Carrying top Danish agent Major Flemming Muus

Son of Arthur Stanley Bartter and Margaret Helena Bartter

Flown for Imperial Airways from 1930 to 1940 in Italy and in Africa. 5 successful SOE operations with 138Sqn in September and November 1943. Prior to their last flight to Denmark in December 1943 the crew flew operations in France and Yugoslavia. After evading from Denmark to Sweden and back to the UK, Bartter worked at SOE Special Training School (STS 40) in Howbury Hall near Waterend in Bedford. School specialized in the use of radio navigation equipment as EUREKA, REBECCA and S-Phone, which was used in many SOE-operations. Left RAF July 12, 1945. After WW2 Bartter visited Denmark several times thanking the local people and resistance workers who helped him and two other crewmembers with their escape to Sweden.

Barrter crew BB378 (L-R front) Fry, Barrter, Anderson
(L-R back) Riggs, Atkins, Howell, Smith (Turvil absent)
131 BarsbyEric ArthurFlight Lieutenant84318PilotRAFVRBomber Command51Sqn
1941-10-31WhitleyVZ9141MH-JRAF Dishforth, North Riding of Yorkshire1739HamburgShot down by night fighter.Crashed on Island of Texel KilledTexel (Den Burg) Cemetery Noord Holland, Netherlands. Grave reference: Plot K. Row 4. Coll. grave 76A-79Read Archive Report
132 BartlemanWilliam ArchibaldSergeantR/60887ObserverRCAFBomber Command10OTU, (Operational Training Unit)1941-07-05WhitleyVZ6667Not knownRAF Abingdon, Oxfordshire240TrainingSee archive report for further detailsKilledInverness (Tomnahurich) Cemetery. Sec. D. Class 6. Grave 19
Paradie Archive DatabaseRead Archive Report
133 BartleyHerbert ArthurLeading Aircraftman57438AustraliaRAAF6 Mobile Works Squadron Kiriwina1944-03-16RAAF Honour Roll
134 BartonArthur RobertFlight Lieutenant PilotAus/270525RAAF (Far East Command)Bomber Command13Sqn RAAF
1942-01-12HudsonIIA16-67Not knownNamlea, Boeroe Island, Dutch East Indies (now Pulau Buru, Indonesia)Not knownAnti shipping (Japanese invasion forces) at Kema Bay near Menado, Celebes, Dutch East Indies (now Sulawesi Indonesia)Shot down by Japanase Zero Fighters -Crashed into the sea near Kema, Celebes, Dutch East Indies (now Sulawesi Indonesia) - the precise location is unknown.KilledHaving no known grave he is commemorated on the Ambon Memorial, Indonesia - Column 7Read Archive Report
135 BartonArthur RobertFlight Lieutenant270525AustraliaRAAF13Sqn RAAF
1942-01-12RAAF Honour Roll
136 BartonLeonard ArthurLeading Aircraftman18368AustraliaRAAFRAAF Station Headquarters Darwin1942-02-19RAAF Honour Roll
137 BaseleyArthur LeonardSergeant654128Air GunnerBomber Command12Sqn
1943-07-03LancasterIIIED820PH-AWickenby2337KolnThe bombing run completed, the Lancaster turned for home, but was intercepted and attacked over Belgium. The aircraft crashed at 03:05 between Walhain (Brabant) and Ernage ( Namur ). Shot down by Luftwaffe (ME110) Night Fighter Pilot Hptm.Wilhelm Telge (II/NJG1), Crashed between Walhain and Ernage BelgiumKilled Age 27Heverlee War Cemetery BelgiumAttacker Hptm.Wilhelm Telge (II/NJG1)
138 BassettFrancis BernardPilot Officer41982Age 20PilotRAFFighter Command222Sqn1940-02-17MagisteerIR1827-RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire1630TrainingSee archive report for further brief detailsBadly injured. Missing - believed killed on the 14th November 1942Later: Malta Memorial Panel 2. Column 1

Courtesy AWM

Son of James Patrick and Anne Bassett, of Wembley Park, Middlesex, England.
139 BatesBernard Samuel Sergeant Wireless Operator/Air Gunner Aus/406513RAAF Far East Command)Bomber Command13Sqn RAAF
1942-01-12HudsonIIA16-67Not knownNamlea, Boeroe Island, Dutch East Indies (now Pulau Buru, Indonesia)Not knownAnti shipping (Japanese invasion forces) at Kema Bay near Menado, Celebes, Dutch East Indies (now Sulawesi Indonesia)Shot down by Japanase Zero Fighters -Crashed into the sea near Kema, Celebes, Dutch East Indies (now Sulawesi Indonesia) - the precise location is unknown.KilledHaving no known grave he is commemorated on the Ambon Memorial, Indonesia - Column 9Read Archive Report
140 BatesArthur Charles MorrisWarrant Officer1253523Age ?Air BomberRAFVRBomber Command170Sqn
1945-02-21LancasterINN744TC-VRAF Hemswell, Lincolnshire1909Duisburg See archive report for further details PoWNone - further information sought Read Archive Report
141 BatesKelvin ArthurSergeant416240AustraliaRAAF3 Bombing & Gunnery School West Sale1942-07-07RAAF Honour Roll
142 BatesArthur W Jr1st LtO-823897USAPilotUSAAF339th Fighter Group: The Chequers504th Fighter Squadron
1944-11-26P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
143 BatesArthur W Jr1st LtO-823897USAPilotUSAAF8 Group RAF1409 Meteorological Flight RAF1945-04-142 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
144 BathOswald FergusonLACNZ/427114Age 32New ZealandWireless OperatorRNZAFTransport Command40 Squadron (RNZAF)1945-09-24C-47B DakotaNZ3526-Whenuapai, Auckland, New Zealand530TransitSee archive report for further brief details and his lossMissing - believed killedBourail Memorial. Panel 8

Courtesy AWMM

Born on the 11th June 1913 at Invercargill. Enlisted on the 10th July 1942 at Rongotar. Son of John Thomas Bath (died 08th September 1954, age 79) and Jeannie Stuart Bath (née Wilson - died 31st October 1949, age 71) Husband of Mabel Grace Bath (née Ransom - died 19th April 1989, age 83), of Invercargill, Southland, New Zealand. A flight mechanic by trade serving with No. 2 Service Unit.
145 BattyArthur Henry DennisSergeant619060Born on the 20th December 1919W/Op/Air/GunnerDFMRAFBomber Command3 Air Gunnery School - 25 Group1941-07-27Hampden IP11620RAF Castle Kennedy, Scotland1030Training See archive report for further details KilledWalsall Cemetery (Bloxwich). Div. O. Sec. 2. Grave 443. Read Archive Report
146 BavinDouglas FrederickFlt SgtAUS 415212Born Tambellup WA, 18 November 1922AustraliaPilot, Captain (Pupil pilot)RAAFTraining Command10 OTU1943-06-03WhitleyVBD414JRAF St. Eval Cornwall10:45Anti submarine Atlantic patrolShot down by Fw 190Killed 1943-06-03 Age 25Runnymede Memorial Panel 192, Remembered: Panel 118, Commemorative Area, Australian War Memorial, Canberra ACT

Canberra, Australia
On 3 June 1943, Bavin was the Captain and Pilot of Whitley V BD414/J taking off at 10:45 hours from RAF St. Eval in Cornwall on an Atlantic Patrol. Carrying 6 x 250 lb depth charges the course was set for the Bay of Biscay in search of German U-boats. The aircraft failed to return and no communication was received from the aircraft. An Air Sea Rescue procedure was put into operation, but without any results. Commemorated Runnymede Memorial, Panel 185. United Kingdom.

The crew of six were captain AUS.415212 FS Douglas Frederick Bavin (Pupil Pilot), RAAF; 2nd pilot J.22032 Plt Off. Harold Douglas Pepper (Pupil Pilot), RCAF, navigator J.14637 Plt Off. David Taylor Dorward (Pupil Navigator), RCAF, wireless operationer/air gunner 1385126 Sgt Colin Arthur Richardson (Pupil WT/AG), RAFVR, bomb aimer 136821 Plt Off. Cecil Aspland Nicholls (Pupil B/A), RAFVR, and air gunner R.10786 Sgt Eric Haakon Neilson (pupil air gunner), RCAF.

They were victims of Unteroffizier Hermann Mannetstetter of 8. Staffel/Jagdgeschwader 2 'Richthofen'. Three Fw 190 from this unit took off at 1934 hours from Fontenay-le-Comte on a free chase against anti-submarine aircraft over the Bay of Biscay. About 100 km northwest of Ushant, they engaged a Whitley which was shot down at about 500 meters height. The aircraft exploded in mid-air and only debris was seen falling into the sea. It was the first confirmed victory for Mannetstetter

Son of John Edward and Minnie Bavin, of Mount Barker, Western Australia.
147 BayleyLindsay ArthurFlight Sergeant43209220th May 1915 in Ashfield, New South WalesAustralianNavigatorRAAFBomber Command9 Sqn
1945-04-08LancasterING235WS:HRAF Bardney18:26LutzkendorfSee archive report for further detailsKiABerlin 1939-45 War Cemetery. Coll. Grave 7.D.4-6
148 BayleyLindsay ArthurFlight Sergeant432092AustraliaRAAF9Sqn RAF
1945-04-08RAAF Honour Roll
149 BealeHeathcote Huia ButlerSquadron LeaderNZ/41465Born on the 10th September 1916New ZealandPilotDFC and bar

RNZAFBomber Command37Sqn1944-04-03WellingtonXLN853LF-ZFoggia No. 2 Tortorella, Italy2043Manfred Weis Armaments factorySee archive report for further brief detailsSeriously Injured - PoW - died of wounds 1944-08-04. MissingMalta Memorial Panel 16, Column 1.

Courtesy Jenifer Lemaire

Son of Arthur Merritt Beale, and of Ema Reremoana (nee Brown, later Williams) Beale, of Te Puia Springs, Auckland, New Zealand
150 BealesWilliam ArthurSergeant1322230Age ?W/Op/Air/GnrRAFVRBomber Command149Sqn (East India)
1943-09-23StirlingIIIEH883OJ-ARAF Lakenheath, Suffolk1919MannheimSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledRheinberg War Cemetery. Collective Grave 8.B. 23-25No further information currently available - are you able to assist?

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