Ingram (GFH)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that GFH Ingram was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties:

  1. 18/03/1944 Frankfurt
  2. 22/03/1944 Frankfurt
  3. 24/03/1944 Berlin
  4. 30/03/1944 Nuremberg
  5. 20/04/1944 Cologne
  6. 22/04/1944 Laon
  7. 24/04/1944 Karlsruhe
  8. 26/04/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges
  9. 30/04/1944 Acheres
  10. 03/05/1944 Montdidier
  11. 08/05/1944 Haine-St.Pierre
  12. 10/05/1944 Lens
  13. 11/05/1944 Louvain
  14. 19/05/1944 Boulogne
  15. 22/05/1944 Dortmund
  16. 02/06/1944 Trappes
  17. 07/06/1944 Foret De Cerisy
  18. 11/06/1944 Tours
  19. 12/06/1944 Arras
  20. 14/06/1944 Evrecy
  21. 16/06/1944 Sterkrade
  22. 23/06/1944 Coubronne (Failed to Return)

The following shows the composition of his crew on these sorties, along with the number of sorties undertaken by each airman as part of his crew (as recorded in the squadron’s Operations Record Book). It should be noted that some of these sorties may have been aborted and therefore would not have counted for the purposes of their “Operational Tour”. Details of all flights (including training flights) will be recorded in their Flying Log Books:

(Pilot)George Francis Henry Ingram22
(2nd Dickie)Joseph Charles Kemp1
(Navigator)Vincent John Murphy22
(Air Bomber)George William Rushbrook22
(Set Operator)Gilbert Victor Williams1
Maurice John  Spencer7
(Wireless Operator)Stephen Jackson22
(Air Gunner)Douglas Alfred Weatherill22
Douglas Edward John Stevens1
Kenneth Albert Lawrence Mitchell2
Robert Henry James Gill6
William Scott Minto Edmondston1
WLH Hill12
(Flight Engineer)Charles Erickson2
Douglas Belmont Gerrard20

Posting Dates

IngramGeorge Francis HenryIn From:1658 Conversion Unit09/02/1944
Out to:War Casualty23/06/1944