Everett (DB)

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

  1. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot
  2. 21/06/1943 Krefeld
  3. 22/06/1943 Mulheim
  4. 24/06/1943 Elberfeld
  5. 28/06/1943 Cologne
  6. 03/07/1943 Cologne
  7. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  8. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  9. 30/07/1943 Remscheid
  10. 02/08/1943 Hamburg
  11. 10/08/1943 Nuremberg
  12. 12/08/1943 Turin
  13. 16/08/1943 Turin
  14. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  15. 30/08/1943 Munchen Gladbach
  16. 15/09/1943 Montlucon
  17. 16/09/1943 Modane
  18. 22/09/1943 Hanover
  19. 23/09/1943 Mannheim
  20. 22/10/1943 Kassel
  21. 11/11/1943 Cannes
  22. 17/11/1943 Mannheim
  23. 18/11/1943 Mannheim (Incident)
  24. 22/11/1943 Berlin
  25. 23/11/1943 Berlin
  26. 26/11/1943 Stuttgart
  27. 20/12/1943 Frankfurt
  28. 23/12/1943 Berlin
  29. 29/12/1943 Berlin
  30. 02/01/1944 Berlin
  31. 05/01/1944 Stettin
  32. 20/01/1944 Berlin
  33. 21/01/1944 Magdeburg
  34. 27/01/1944 Heligoland
  35. 28/01/1944 Forget-me-not

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). Details of all flights (including training flights) will be recorded in their Flying Log Books:

(Pilot)Daniel Bulmer Everett35
(2nd Dickie)AJ May1
Alan Michil Ross1
Colin Elton1
Kenneth Alfred John Campbell1
Peter Richard Bales2
Ralph Blakey1
(Navigator)Charles Ernest Davies3
Herbert Alan Millar1
Norman Sidney Raymond McMinn31
(Air Bomber)Albert Walter Bennett34
Charles Hogg1
(Wireless Operator)Frank Joseph Tudor35
(Air Gunner)Bernard James Healy22
Charles Frederick Andrew1
Eric Hie1
James Gordon Steele2
James Walter Warren7
John Napier1
Morley Albert Arnott9
Paul Berkeley White4
Raymond Steve Courtnay18
Victor Eston Bent3
William Scott Minto Edmondston1
(Flight Engineer)Gordon Ireland35

He was posted out of the squadron in March 1944, returning in August 1944

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

  1. 25/08/1944 Brest
  2. 26/08/1944 Kiel
  3. 31/08/1944 Pourchinte
  4. 03/09/1944 Gilze Rijen
  5. 05/09/1944 Le Havre
  6. 06/09/1944 Le Havre
  7. 08/09/1944 Le Havre
  8. 09/09/1944 Le Havre
  9. 10/09/1944 Le Havre(Alvis”1″)
  10. 11/09/1944 Le Havre-Cadillac 2
  11. 12/09/1944 Dortmund
  12. 15/09/1944 Kiel
  13. 17/09/1944 Boulogne
  14. 26/09/1944 Calais (Various aiming points)
  15. 27/09/1944 Calais
  16. 06/10/1944 Dortmund
  17. 14/10/1944 Duisburg
  18. 19/10/1944 Stuttgart (Incident)
  19. 21/10/1944 Hanover
  20. 23/10/1944 Essen
  21. 28/10/1944 Cologne
  22. 02/11/1944 Dusseldorf
  23. 04/11/1944 Bochum
  24. 16/11/1944 Duren
  25. 18/11/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  26. 21/11/1944 Sterkrade
  27. 27/11/1944 Freiburg
  28. 29/11/1944 Dortmund
  29. 04/12/1944 Urft Dam
  30. 17/12/1944 Duisburg
  31. 24/12/1944 Cologne
  32. 27/12/1944 Rheydt
  33. 05/01/1945 Hanover
  34. 06/01/1945 Hanau
  35. 07/01/1945 Munich
  36. 14/01/1945 Merseburg/Leuna (Incident)
  37. 16/01/1945 Zeitz
  38. 01/02/1945 Mainz
  39. 07/02/1945 Goch (Incident)
  40. 08/02/1945 Politz
  41. 23/02/1945 Pforzheim
  42. 27/02/1945 Mainz
  43. 01/03/1945 Mannheim
  44. 03/03/1945 Kamen
  45. 07/03/1945 Hemmingstedt (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). Details of all flights (including training flights) will be recorded in their Flying Log Books:

(Pilot)Daniel Bulmer Everett45
(2nd Dickie)Melville Max Victor Lewis Muller1
(Navigator)Herbert Alan Millar19
James Martin Aylieff20
John Anthony Gardner3
John Verney1
Leslie Frank Miller1
Leslie Roberts1
(Air Bomber) Charles George Mitchell45
(Set Operator)Clifford Owen Russell13
James Bartholomew Edwards32
(Wireless Operator)Clarence John Taylor22
James Bremner1
Reginald Clifford Chapman3
Thomas Henry Warren2
(WOP / AG) Leonard Stewart Thorpe18
(Air Gunner)Albert Henry John Pidgeon3
Cedric Alexander Fraser-Petherbridge1
DR Bolton1
Frank Vaughan Thomas1
George Bell Halbert30
Gordon James Etheridge1
Jack Richard Floyde1
John Lawson MacDonald29
JS Johnson1
Leonard Arthur Edlin1
Maurice Palmer1
Maxwell James Martin1
Raymond Terence Salvoni4
Reginald Martin Weller12
Robert Christie Webster1
Roy William Earl1
(Flight Engineer)Kelvin Gordon Munro45

Target Photo (Le Havre 10/09/1944)

Posting Dates

EverettDaniel BulmerIn From:158 Squadron00/05/1943
PFF NTU 14/03/1944
Out to:PFF NTU 22/08/1944
War Casualty07/03/1945

Espy (HJ)

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

  1. 27/03/1943 Berlin (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)Harl J. Espy1
(Navigator)George Charles Dynes1
(Air Bomber)James Hubert Naylor1
(Wireless Operator)Reginald Charles Smith1
(Air Gunner)Charles Pattison1
George Harold Yeates1
(Flight Engineer)Ronald Albert Henry Thomas1

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Photo Gallery (Main Crew Members)

JH Naylor

Elton (C)

C Elton [Courtesy of Brenn Gunn]

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

  1. 14/01/1944 Special target (Aborted)
  2. 21/01/1944 Magdeburg
  3. 19/02/1944 Gardening
  4. 20/02/1944 Stuttgart
  5. 22/02/1944 Gardening (Aborted)
  6. 24/02/1944 Schweinfurt
  7. 25/02/1944 Augsburg
  8. 01/03/1944 Stuttgart
  9. 26/03/1944 Essen
  10. 30/03/1944 Nuremberg
  11. 27/04/1944 Friedrichshafen
  12. 03/05/1944 Montdidier (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)Colin Elton12
(Navigator)John Hugh Ferguson12
(Air Bomber)Albert Clement Michael Taylor1
Clayton Hugh Jack9
John Francis Myers1
Reginald George Samuel Russell1
(Wireless Operator)Kenneth Anthony Oswald12
(Air Gunner)Harry Roy Lowman1
Howard James Norman12
John Thomas Fenton11
(Flight Engineer)Alan John White1
Albert Royden Tranter10

ELTON CREW
includes Elton, Jack, Ferguson, Oswald, Fenton, Norman, Tranter (order not known)
[Courtesy of Brenn Gunn]

Posting Dates

Colin Elton03/12/1943In From:1658 Conversion Unit
03/05/1944Out To:War Casualty

Elliott (PC)

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

  1. 13/10/1942 Kiel
  2. 15/10/1942 Cologne
  3. 18/11/1942 Turin
  4. 22/11/1942 Stuttgart
  5. 28/11/1942 Turin
  6. 02/12/1942 Frankfurt
  7. 06/12/1942 Mannheim
  8. 08/12/1942 Turin
  9. 09/12/1942 Turin
  10. 11/02/1943 Wilhelmshaven
  11. 14/02/1943 Cologne
  12. 18/02/1943 Wilhelmshaven
  13. 19/02/1943 Wilhelmshaven
  14. 26/02/1943 Cologne
  15. 01/03/1943 Berlin (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)Peter Campbell Elliott15
(2nd Dickie)Ronald Edward Wilkes1
(Navigator)George Christopher Harvey Chandler14
Peter Geoffrey Powell1
(Air Bomber)– Crisp1
 Kenneth Drew Rome2
E Brant6
Roy Victor Ledger6
(Wireless Operator)George Sarsfield Sloman14
Herbert John Ross1
(Air Gunner)Denis Kelly14
JA Newbold9
Thomas Neville Sankey6
(Flight Engineer)Stanley Langford Conway Watt15

Elliott (GAL)

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

  1. 26/06/1941 Kiel
  2. 05/07/1941 Magdeburg
  3. 07/07/1941 Frankfurt
  4. 08/07/1941 Merseburg
  5. 24/07/1941 La Pallice (Incident)
  6. 05/08/1941 Karlsruhe

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 Arthur Litchfield Elliot6
(2nd Pilot)James Braidwood Stark5
Wesley Leonard Belous1
(Observer)– White6
(WOP / AG)– Elcoate6
James Patrick Henderson1
John Collins3
John Peter Burton Buckley1
(Air Gunner)– Hill6
(Flight Engineer)– Berwick1
John Norman Hindle5

Durrant (SA)

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

  1. 08/10/1943 Bremen
  2. 22/10/1943 Kassel (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)Stanley Arthur Durrant2
(Navigator)Arthur Robert Jordan2
(Air Bomber)Christopher Fiveash Packham2
(Wireless Operator)Wilfred George Hart2
(Air Gunner)Aubrey Ronald Brace2
Robert Stanley Kift2
(Flight Engineer)Walter George Kingham2

Douglas (WG)

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

  1. 03/08/1944 Bois de Cassan
  2. 04/08/1944 Trossy-St-Maxim (Daylight)
  3. 11/08/1944 Douai
  4. 14/08/1944 Falaise
  5. 06/09/1944 Emden
  6. 06/10/1944 Sterkrade
  7. 14/10/1944 Duisburg (Daylight}
  8. 25/10/1944 Essen
  9. 28/10/1944 Walcheren
  10. 29/10/1944 Walcheren
  11. 16/11/1944 Duren
  12. 18/11/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  13. 21/11/1944 Sterkrade
  14. 04/12/1944 Urft Dam
  15. 05/12/1944 Soest
  16. 06/12/1944 Merseburg (Leuna)
  17. 12/12/1944 Essen
  18. 15/12/1944 Ludwigshafen
  19. 17/12/1944 Duisburg
  20. 02/01/1945 Ludwigshafen
  21. 05/01/1945 Hanover
  22. 07/01/1945 Munich
  23. 14/01/1945 Merseburg/Leuna
  24. 16/01/1945 Zeitz
  25. 22/01/1945 Gelsenkirchen
  26. 02/02/1945 Wanne Eickel
  27. 13/02/1945 Dresden
  28. 14/02/1945 Chemnitz (2)
  29. 20/02/1945 Dortmund
  30. 21/02/1945 Duisburg
  31. 23/02/1945 Pforzheim
  32. 27/02/1945 Mainz
  33. 02/03/1945 Cologne
  34. 05/03/1945 Chemnitz
  35. 07/03/1945 Hemmingstedt
  36. 08/03/1945 Hamburg
  37. 12/03/1945 Dortmund
  38. 03/04/1945 Nordhausen
  39. 04/04/1945 Leuna
  40. 09/04/1945 Kiel
  41. 11/04/1945 Bayreuth
  42. 14/04/1945 Potsdam
  43. 22/04/1945 Bremen
  44. 24/04/1945 Neubrandenburg POW Camp

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)William George Douglas44
(2nd Dickie)Donald Frederick Edgar Charles Dean1
(Navigator)Arthur Thompson30
FL Bertram13
Walter George Palmer1
(Air Bomber)LHP Coleman15
Wilfred Marshall Buck28
(Set Operator)Frederick Arthur Stock30
P Tuck1
Peter James Leeves1
(Wireless Operator)Leslie George Holland1
LF Westgate1
William McDonald1
Michael Henry Walters40
 Leonard Stewart Thorpe1
(Air Gunner) Solomon Joseph Harold Andrew32
CL Carter12
George Leonard Marsh43
Squire Nuttall1
(Flight Engineer) Andrew Jenkinson Dick5
George Brodie Sharpe1
Michael William Hanham23
SJG Price1
(Possibly) Charles Melville Fenwick14

Dean (DFEC)

DFEC Dean [Courtesy of Juliet Stockford]

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

  1. 25/02/1943 Nuremberg
  2. 28/02/1943 St.Nazaire (Crashed on Landing)
  3. 03/03/1943 Hamburg
  4. 05/03/1943 Essen
  5. 09/03/1943 Munich
  6. 11/03/1943 Stuttgart
  7. 22/03/1943 St.Nazaire
  8. 08/04/1943 Duisburg
  9. 12/05/1943 Duisburg
  10. 11/06/1943 Munster
  11. 09/08/1943 Mannheim
  12. 16/08/1943 Turin
  13. 15/09/1943 Montlucon

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). Details of all flights (including training flights) will be recorded in their Flying Log Books:

(Pilot)Donald Frederick Edgar Charles Dean13
(2nd Dickie)AJ May1
Melville Max Victor Lewis Muller1
(Navigator)Dudley Peter David Archer11
Norman George Emery1
Richard Charles Tucker1
(Air Bomber)Alfred Edward Ralph Bexton10
Derrick Ernest Coleman1
P Smith1
(Navigator)Eric Harold Bagnald1
(Wireless Operator)Allan Roland Ball10
Harold Thomas Maskell1
Henry Randolph McMahon Stroud1
(WOP / AG) Leonard Stewart Thorpe1
(Air Gunner)– –1
 William James Simpson1
Charles Frederick Andrew1
George Francis Denis Murray1
James Russell Griffin9
Norman Francis Williams1
Ross Albert Whitfield1
Walter Allan Hooper1
William Scott Minto Edmondston3
(Flight Engineer) Edmund Ernest Stocker1
Donald Harrington Craig11
Thomas Ellwood1

He was posted out of the squadron in November 1943, rejoining in July 1944.

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

  1. 17/09/1944 Boulogne,AP5,AP3,AP2,AP4
  2. 25/09/1944 Calais (Aborted)
  3. 04/11/1944 Bochum
  4. 05/01/1945 Hanover
  5. 22/01/1945 Gelsenkirchen
  6. 13/02/1945 Bohlen

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). Details of all flights (including training flights) will be recorded in their Flying Log Books:

(Pilot)Donald Frederick Edgar Charles Dean6
(2nd Pilot)Francis Cheshire1
George Simpson Lawson1
(Navigator)Geoffrey Simpson1
John Anthony Gardner1
John Geoffrey Faulkner1
Leslie Roberts1
Philip Patrick  McGuinness1
Ralph Kirk Raper1
(Air Bomber) Samuel Rene Green1
Alfred Edward Ralph Bexton1
Edward George Meredith1
Gilbert Victor Williams1
Kevin Juckes1
Norman Brown1
(Set Operator)Gilbert Wood3
(Wireless Operator)Donald Joseph Lawrence1
James Bremner1
John Seymore Winter1
Leslie George Holland1
Reginald Clifford Chapman1
Stanley Turner1
Thomas Henry Warren1
(Air Gunner) William James Simpson1
David McMillan1
F Bales1
Geoffrey John North2
Gordon James Etheridge1
James Mursell Colledge1
John Cairns1
Kenneth Albert Lawrence Mitchell1
Lawrence White1
SJ Smith1
(Flight Engineer)David Perkin Adamson1
Donald Harrington Craig3
Douglas Aubrey Cole1
Jeffrey Francis Pryce Harper1

Posting Dates

DeanDonald Frederick Edgar CharlesIn From:19 O.T.U.15/02/1943
Out to: PFF NTU 17/11/1943
In From:PFF NTU25/07/1944
Out to:RAF Stn. Wyton07/03/1945

Deacon (EW)

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

  1. 30/04/1943 Essen
  2. 23/05/1943 Dortmund
  3. 25/05/1943 Dusseldorf
  4. 29/05/1943 Wuppertal
  5. 11/06/1943 Dusseldorf
  6. 12/06/1943 Bochum
  7. 16/06/1943 Cologne
  8. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot & Henri Paul
  9. 21/06/1943 Krefeld
  10. 15/07/1943 Montbéliard
  11. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  12. 29/07/1943 Hamburg
  13. 02/08/1943 Hamburg
  14. 09/08/1943 Mannheim
  15. 10/08/1943 Nuremberg
  16. 16/08/1943 Turin
  17. 17/08/1943 Peenemunde
  18. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  19. 27/08/1943 Nuremberg
  20. 31/08/1943 Berlin
  21. 15/09/1943 Montlucon
  22. 16/09/1943 Modane
  23. 22/09/1943 Hanover
  24. 23/09/1943 Mannheim
  25. 27/09/1943 Hanover
  26. 08/10/1943 Bremen
  27. 14/01/1944 Special target
  28. 15/02/1944 Gardening

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)Edward William Deacon28
(Navigator)Charles Ernest Davies1
Geoffrey Rhodes Whitten1
Gordon Henry Francis Carter24
Herbert Alan Millar1
Reginald Gordon Houston1
(Air Bomber)Charles Hogg24
Douglas Harris1
George Dennis Linacre2
Horace John Backhouse1
(Wireless Operator)_ Hughes1
John Elliott Fenwick1
P Wright26
(Air Gunner)Alfred Fred Poynton23
James Bernard Anthony Scannell2
John Dixon Atkinson1
JT New1
Kenneth Knight1
Ronald Stanley Child1
Roy Ronald Long1
William Hugo McCormick26
(Flight Engineer)Alfred Norman Leslie Moss1
Donald Harrington Craig1
George Forman26

Davies (SE)

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

  1. 30/05/1942 Cologne
  2. 01/06/1942 Essen
  3. 06/06/1942 Emden (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)Sidney Edward Davies3
(Navigator)Jack Kenneth Corke2
(Observer)Talbot Jones Taylor1
(WOP / AG)Arthur Squires3
Robert Leonard Bradshaw2
(Air Gunner)– Ogg1
Robert Thomas Morris2
Roderick James Chisholm1
(Flight Engineer)Howell Thomas3

Davies (KT)

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

  1. 03/12/1943 Leipzig
  2. 29/12/1943 Berlin
  3. 27/01/1944 Heligoland
  4. 28/01/1944 Berlin

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)Kenneth Thomas Davies4
(Navigator)George Westmoreland4
(Air Bomber)Geoffrey Pell Dawson4
(Wireless Operator)Richard Percival William Woodward4
(Air Gunner)Eric Henry Grimwade4
Raymond Reginald Dennis  Matthews4
(Flight Engineer)Cyril Henry Charles Maddison2
Leslie Valentine Norton2

Daniels (SP)

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

  1. 25/11/1943 Frankfurt
  2. 20/12/1943 Frankfurt
  3. 30/01/1944 Berlin
  4. 15/03/1944 Stuttgart (Aborted)
  5. 30/03/1944 Nuremberg
  6. 18/04/1944 Rouen
  7. 22/04/1944 Laon
  8. 08/05/1944 Haine-St.Pierre
  9. 27/05/1944 Bourg Leopold
  10. 02/06/1944 Trappes
  11. 06/06/1944 St-Lo
  12. 30/06/1944 Oisemont/Neuville Au Bois
  13. 06/07/1944 Coquereaux
  14. 07/07/1944 Caen
  15. 15/07/1944 Nucourt
  16. 18/07/1944 H2-Manneville (Daylight)

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)Sidney Patrick Daniels16
(2nd Dickie)E Hislop1
(Navigator) Harry Cecil Wright1
Brian Arnold Stoker2
Cyril Thomas John Trott3
DM MacLeod1
Eric Harold Bagnald3
Horace Arthur  Satterthwaite1
John Maule1
Leslie Roberts1
Malcolm George Harris1
Philip Patrick  McGuinness1
William Galway Copp1
(Air Bomber) Joseph William Wilkinson1
Albert Walter Bennett1
Alexander Grant1
Allan Douglas Nightingale1
Bernard Chapman Brooker1
Charles Henry Pettit1
Charles Hogg1
Clayton Hugh Jack1
Derrick Ernest Coleman1
Douglas William Kermode3
Francis Herbert Thomas McNally1
Kaare Stenwig1
Raymond George Everest2
(Set Operator) Alexander Watson Lister1
 Samuel Rene Green4
Horace John Backhouse1
Robert Lorimer Williams1
(Wireless Operator)Archibald Clarence Aston1
Frank Joseph Tudor1
Harold Thomas Maskell2
John Golding1
John Mossop1
P Wright1
Robert Henry Sadler2
Ronald Bull1
Thomas Henry Warren2
(WOP / AG) Leonard Stewart Thorpe5
(Air Gunner) Ernest Kenwright1
 Solomon Joseph Harold Andrew1
Alfred Fred Poynton1
Archibald Ernest Williams2
Clifford Alan Hill1
FS Symes1
FW Hall2
GJ Reid1
James Arthur Bowen1
James Mursell Colledge2
John Ernest Levett1
John James McKenzie1
Kenneth James Rees1
Morley Albert Arnott1
Norman Moffatt1
Reginald Noah Collins1
Robert William Garrard1
Squire Nuttall3
Victor Eston Bent2
Wallace John Stewart3
Walter Allan Hooper2
William Charles Campbell1
William Hugo McCormick1
(Flight Engineer)Albert Edward Waddicor2
Anton Torvald Wang1
Charles Douglas Eric Seaton1
Frederick Ronald Harmsworth-Smith2
George Forman1
George Smith2
Gordon Acklam1
Gordon William Albert Lloyd1
Henry George Smith1
Jack Weaver3
James William Street1

Daniel (RW)

Believed to be RW Daniel [Courtesy of Paul Ruban]

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

  1. 09/07/1943 Gelsenkirchen
  2. 13/07/1943 Aachen
  3. 15/07/1943 Montbéliard
  4. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  5. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  6. 29/07/1943 Hamburg
  7. 30/07/1943 Remscheid
  8. 02/08/1943 Hamburg
  9. 10/08/1943 Nuremberg
  10. 12/08/1943 Turin
  11. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  12. 27/08/1943 Nuremberg
  13. 30/08/1943 Munchen Gladbach
  14. 31/08/1943 Berlin
  15. 03/09/1943 Special target NW France
  16. 05/09/1943 Mannheim
  17. 15/09/1943 Montlucon
  18. 16/09/1943 Modane
  19. 22/09/1943 Hanover
  20. 23/09/1943 Mannheim
  21. 27/09/1943 Hanover
  22. 03/11/1943 Dusseldorf
  23. 11/11/1943 Cannes (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)Ronald William Daniel23
(2nd Dickie)Colin Frazer Blundell1
John Muir Candlish2
(Navigator)John Wilfred Harrison23
(Air Bomber)Leslie Dennis Hosking23
(Wireless Operator)Albert John Thomson23
(Air Gunner)Donald Wood23
Frank George Bell23
(Flight Engineer) Edmund Ernest Stocker1
John Stewart Martin1
Thomas Ellwood1
William Phipps20

RW DANIEL CREW
[Courtesy of Paul Ruban]

Dallin (WC)

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

  1. 27/09/1943 Hanover
  2. 29/09/1943 Bochum
  3. 03/10/1943 Kassel
  4. 04/10/1943 Frankfurt
  5. 08/10/1943 Bremen
  6. 22/10/1943 Kassel
  7. 03/11/1943 Dusseldorf
  8. 11/11/1943 Cannes (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)William Cooke Dallin8
(2nd Dickie) Leonard Mountstephen Whetham1
(Navigator)Stanley Francis Jefferson8
(Air Bomber)Henry Brian Hall8
(Wireless Operator)John Richard Vass8
(Air Gunner)Denis George Button8
Trevor Wynne Roberts8
(Flight Engineer)Denis William Clayton Wade8

Cribb (PH)

PH Cribb

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

  1. 15/01/1942 Hamburg
  2. 12/02/1942 English Channel / North Sea
  3. 03/03/1942 Billancourt
  4. 09/03/1942 Essen
  5. 08/04/1942 Hamburg
  6. 27/04/1942 Battleship
  7. 28/04/1942 Battleship
  8. 30/05/1942 Cologne
  9. 01/06/1942 Essen
  10. 03/06/1942 Bremen
  11. 25/06/1942 Bremen
  12. 29/06/1942 Bremen
  13. 08/07/1942 Wilhelmshaven
  14. 19/07/1942 Vegesack
  15. 25/07/1942 Duisburg
  16. 26/07/1942 Hamburg
  17. 29/07/1942 Saarbrucken
  18. 31/07/1942 Dusseldorf
  19. 06/08/1942 Duisburg
  20. 18/08/1942 Flensburg
  21. 14/09/1942 Wilhelmshaven
  22. 05/10/1942 Aachen
  23. 13/10/1942 Kiel
  24. 15/10/1942 Cologne
  25. 20/11/1942 Turin
  26. 22/11/1942 Stuttgart
  27. 28/11/1942 Turin
  28. 02/12/1942 Frankfurt
  29. 06/12/1942 Mannheim
  30. 08/12/1942 Turin

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)Peter Henry Cribb30
(2nd Pilot)– Hill1
Arthur Edward Hammond1
Frank Edward Gardiner3
Frederick Caldwell1
(Navigator)William Robert Francis Grierson-Jackson25
– Wilson4
Alan James Child1
(Air Bomber) Kenneth Drew Rome1
Lionel Leonard Thomas22
(Wireless Operator)Glenburne George Galvin16
Joseph Pierre Gaston Blanchet1
Walter Montague Gordon Wing29
William Patrick Ryan5
William Warren Craig1
(Air Gunner)Charles Fullerton Stewart21
Gerald Anthony Doman1
Luther Martin8
Mark Anthony Sachs1
Michael Albert Edward Bradford1
(Flight Engineer)Harry Haxby1
John Ralph Storey2
Stanley Langford Conway Watt1
William Patrick O’Kane26

He was posted out of the squadron in January 1943, rejoining in May 1944

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

  1. 31/05/1944 Trappes
  2. 05/06/1944 Longues
  3. 07/06/1944 Foret De Cerisy
  4. 09/06/1944 Rennes
  5. 11/06/1944 Tours
  6. 14/06/1944 Evrecy
  7. 15/06/1944 Fouillard
  8. 22/06/1944 Laon
  9. 25/06/1944 Montorgueil
  10. 04/07/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges
  11. 06/07/1944 Siracourt
  12. 07/07/1944 Caen
  13. 12/07/1944 Rollez
  14. 15/07/1944 Nucourt
  15. 18/07/1944 H2-Manneville (Daylight)

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)Peter Henry Cribb15
(Navigator)Alfred Carman Strout14
Reginald Arthur  Ward1
(Air Bomber)Lorne Vincent Tyndale14
Ronald Owen Tudberry1
(Wireless Operator)Henry Silverwood14
James Bremner1
(Air Gunner)Cedric Alexander Fraser-Petherbridge2
Charles Fullerton Stewart8
Donald Andrew Wager7
Douglas Edward John Stevens12
Frederick Robert Hayward1
(Flight Engineer) Andrew Jenkinson Dick1
George Richard Bradley14

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Posting Dates

CribbPeter HenryIn From:22 O.T.U.08/12/1941
Out to: B.D.U. (Newmarket) 17/01/1943
In From:B.D.U. (Newmarket)09/05/1944
Out to:582 Squadron25/07/1944

Creswell (EK)

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

  1. 19/08/1941 Kiel
  2. 28/08/1941 Duisburg
  3. 31/08/1941 Cologne
  4. 07/09/1941 Berlin
  5. 10/09/1941 Turin (Forced Landed)
  6. 15/09/1941 Hamburg
  7. 29/09/1941 Stettin
  8. 10/10/1941 Essen (Incident)
  9. 14/10/1941 Nuremberg
  10. 07/11/1941 Berlin
  11. 25/11/1941 Brest

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)Edmund Keith Creswell11
(2nd Pilot)Donald Philip MacIntyre2
Douglas Rowley-Blake1
Duncan Gordon McKay4
John Stanley Gearing1
Richard Roye Drummond2
Ross Hardie1
(Observer)– Hewlett3
Alfred Abels2
Gerard John Peter Henry4
Maurice Osborne Stephens2
(WOP / AG)E Kinsella1
Maurice Victor Wakeling2
Stanley Frank Hazleton2
Stanley Turner11
Walter Montague Gordon Wing6
(Air Gunner)G Lowe10
Royston Denis William Carrington1
(Flight Engineer)J Colgan4
Dennis Sidney Hunt5
Frank Stewart2

He was posted out of the squadron in January 1942, rejoining in February 1943.

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

  1. 21/02/1943 Bremen
  2. 25/02/1943 Nuremberg
  3. 28/02/1943 St.Nazaire
  4. 01/03/1943 Berlin
  5. 05/03/1943 Essen
  6. 09/03/1943 Munich
  7. 27/03/1943 Berlin
  8. 29/03/1943 Berlin
  9. 10/04/1943 Frankfurt
  10. 14/04/1943 Stuttgart
  11. 18/04/1943 Spezia
  12. 20/04/1943 Stettin
  13. 12/05/1943 Duisburg
  14. 13/05/1943 Pilsen
  15. 29/05/1943 Wuppertal
  16. 11/06/1943 Munster
  17. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot & Henri Paul
  18. 21/06/1943 Krefeld
  19. 13/07/1943 Aachen
  20. 15/07/1943 Montbéliard
  21. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  22. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  23. 09/08/1943 Mannheim
  24. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  25. 19/02/1944 Leipzig
  26. 18/03/1944 Frankfurt (Aborted)
  27. 22/03/1944 Frankfurt
  28. 24/03/1944 Berlin
  29. 30/03/1944 Nuremberg
  30. 22/04/1944 Laon
  31. 24/04/1944 Karlsruhe
  32. 26/04/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges
  33. 27/04/1944 Friedrichshafen
  34. 30/04/1944 Acheres
  35. 07/05/1944 Nantes
  36. 10/05/1944 Lens
  37. 19/05/1944 Boulogne
  38. 31/05/1944 Trappes
  39. 09/06/1944 Rennes
  40. 12/06/1944 Arras
  41. 15/06/1944 Fouillard
  42. 04/07/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges
  43. 07/07/1944 Caen
  44. 12/07/1944 Tours
  45. 18/07/1944 H2-Manneville (Daylight)

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)Edmund Keith Creswell45
(2nd Dickie)Brian Guinness Glover1
(Navigator)Alan James Dowling18
Charles Ernest Davies1
Herbert Alan Millar20
Boris Oleh Bodnar6
(Air Bomber)Donald Kenneth Allport44
Douglas Harris1
(Set Operator) Alexander Watson Lister1
Albert Clement Michael Taylor14
Bernard Chapman Brooker1
Charles Henry Pettit1
Hector John Plank1
(Wireless Operator)Benjamin Thomas Royall1
Charles Miller20
John Elliott Fenwick1
Marcus Rees21
Samuel Angus Moores1
 Harold John Rogers1
(Air Gunner) William James Simpson20
Albert Ephraim Bird11
Geoffrey Arnold Perry1
George Waller Dickenson17
JM Prior1
John Dixon Atkinson1
John Meredith Fryer8
Leslie Ledger6
Randolph Rhodes19
Roy Ronald Long1
 Harold John Rogers4
(Flight Engineer)Alan John White19
Alfred Norman Leslie Moss1
George Henry Cross10
James Cunningham McKnight14

Posting Dates

CreswellEdmund KeithIn From: 51 Squadron 28/07/1941
Out to: 28 Conv. Flt. 06/01/1942
In From: 102 Squadron 15/02/1943
Out to:HQ Transport Command09/08/1944

Cracknell (DA)

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

  1. 03/09/1944 Gilze Rijen
  2. 06/09/1944 Emden
  3. 10/09/1944 Le Havre(Alvis”1″)
  4. 11/09/1944 Gelsenkirchen
  5. 12/09/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  6. 20/09/1944 Calais
  7. 25/09/1944 Calais (Aborted)
  8. 26/09/1944 Calais (Various aiming points)
  9. 27/09/1944 Calais
  10. 05/10/1944 Saarbrucken
  11. 06/10/1944 Dortmund
  12. 14/10/1944 Duisburg
  13. 19/10/1944 Stuttgart
  14. 23/10/1944 Essen
  15. 25/10/1944 Essen
  16. 29/10/1944 Walcheren
  17. 02/11/1944 Dusseldorf
  18. 18/11/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  19. 21/11/1944 Sterkrade
  20. 27/11/1944 Freiburg
  21. 29/11/1944 Dortmund

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). Details of all flights (including training flights) will be recorded in their Flying Log Books:

(Pilot)Douglas Aubrey Cracknell21
(Navigator)George Stuart Patchet21
(Air Bomber)Cuthbert Gorham Gifford21
(Set Operator)Frederick C ameron Shortts4
John Duncan Crombie10
Walter Stanley Mountford1
(Wireless Operator)Edward John Lisle21
(Air Gunner)Cyril George Peak21
Thomas James Harvey19
James Bremner2
(Flight Engineer) Andrew Jenkinson Dick1
George Cross4
Gordon Lindsley4
James Keith Spedding1
John Kenneth Kershaw3
George John Washford7
(Possibly) Charles Melville Fenwick1

Target Photo Calais 27/09/1944

Coulson (SP)

SP Coulson

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

  1. 03/09/1944 Gilze Rijen
  2. 11/09/1944 Le Havre-Cadillac 1
  3. 12/09/1944 Frankfurt
  4. 15/09/1944 Kiel
  5. 25/09/1944 Calais (Aborted)
  6. 12/10/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  7. 14/10/1944 Duisburg
  8. 14/10/1944 Duisburg (Daylight}
  9. 19/10/1944 Stuttgart
  10. 21/10/1944 Hanover
  11. 23/10/1944 Essen
  12. 25/10/1944 Essen
  13. 27/11/1944 Freiburg
  14. 29/11/1944 Dortmund
  15. 04/12/1944 Urft Dam
  16. 05/12/1944 Soest
  17. 06/12/1944 Merseburg (Leuna)
  18. 12/12/1944 Essen
  19. 17/12/1944 Ulm
  20. 21/12/1944 Cologne
  21. 22/12/1944 Koblenz
  22. 28/12/1944 Bonn
  23. 29/12/1944 Gelsenkirchen
  24. 05/01/1945 Hanover
  25. 06/01/1945 Hanau
  26. 07/01/1945 Munich

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)Stafford Pulleine Coulson26
(Navigator) Robert Thomas Johns5
Harry Bennett21
(Air Bomber) Harry Denis Michell26
(Set Operator)Clifford Owen Russell1
(Wireless Operator)Percy Albert Gardner1
Ronald Isherwood19
Ronald Joseph Dobson1
Roy Maurice Jenkins1
Stanley Turner1
Thomas Ogden1
 Leonard Stewart Thorpe1
(Air Gunner)Bert William Golden1
Cedric Alexander Fraser-Petherbridge1
Francis George Crowhurst20
Ivor Collin Heath20
Jack Cecil Black1
Jack Norman Oliver2
James Johnston Black1
Leonard Arthur Edlin1
Malcolm Harry McVey1
Ronald Henry Rudyard Grayson1
Roy William Earl1
William Thomas Quirke1
(Flight Engineer)Raymond Marcel Hallett26

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Awards

SP Coulson (Recommendation for DFC) Gazetted (no citation) LG 13/04/1945

SP Coulson also awarded DSO (Gazetted LG 26/10/1945)

Cooper (ERPS)

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

  1. 25/07/1941 Berlin (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)Ernest Ronald Peter Shackle Cooper1
(2nd Pilot)John Milne Rigg Cruickshank1
(Observer)Robert Victor Collinge1
(WOP / AG)Albert James Heller1
Douglas James Mennie1
(Air Gunner)Reginald Arthur Bates1
(Flight Engineer)Ernest Short1

Cook (WN)

WN Cook [Courtesy of David Gibbins]

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

  1. 23/07/1944 Kiel
  2. 25/07/1944 Stuttgart
  3. 30/07/1944 Normandy
  4. 07/08/1944 Normandy
  5. 09/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  6. 14/08/1944 Falaise
  7. 16/08/1944 Stettin
  8. 18/08/1944 Bremen
  9. 25/08/1944 Watton (Incident)
  10. 26/08/1944 Kiel
  11. 03/09/1944 Gilze Rijen
  12. 08/09/1944 Le Havre
  13. 09/09/1944 Le Havre
  14. 10/09/1944 Le Havre (Alvis”1″)
  15. 11/09/1944 Le Havre-Cadillac 1
  16. 12/09/1944 Frankfurt
  17. 15/09/1944 Kiel
  18. 17/09/1944 Westkapelle
  19. 05/10/1944 Saarbrucken
  20. 06/10/1944 Dortmund
  21. 14/10/1944 Duisburg (Daylight}
  22. 15/10/1944 Wilhelmshaven
  23. 19/10/1944 Stuttgart
  24. 21/10/1944 Hanover
  25. 28/10/1944 Cologne
  26. 29/10/1944 Walcheren
  27. 02/11/1944 Dusseldorf
  28. 04/11/1944 Bochum
  29. 18/11/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  30. 21/11/1944 Aschaffenburg
  31. 27/11/1944 Freiburg
  32. 29/11/1944 Dortmund
  33. 04/12/1944 Urft Dam
  34. 05/12/1944 Soest
  35. 06/12/1944 Merseburg (Leuna)
  36. 17/12/1944 Ulm
  37. 21/12/1944 Cologne
  38. 26/12/1944 St.Vith
  39. 13/01/1945 Saarbrucken
  40. 14/01/1945 Merseburg/Leuna
  41. 16/01/1945 Magdeburg
  42. 22/01/1945 Gelsenkirchen
  43. 28/01/1945 Stuttgart
  44. 01/02/1945 Mainz
  45. 04/02/1945 Bonn
  46. 07/02/1945 Goch
  47. 08/02/1945 Politz
  48. 14/02/1945 Chemnitz (2)
  49. 20/02/1945 Reisholz
  50. 05/03/1945 Chemnitz
  51. 07/03/1945 Dessau
  52. 15/03/1945 Bottrop
  53. 20/03/1945 Heide
  54. 24/03/1945 Gladbeck

Note: WN Cook also flew one sortie on 18/07/1944 [Wesseling] as second dickie to MW Mills

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)William Norman Cook54
(Navigator)Arthur Bryan Curtis54
(Air Bomber)George Binns43
Peter Coggan11
(Set Operator)Gilbert Wood4
Peter Coggan38
(Wireless Operator)Malcolm Leonard Toynton35
William McDonald19
(Air Gunner)Andrew Jackson Mundell1
D Therault13
Donald Charles Dunkley1
Douglas Farrant Hadland3
Edward Garner2
Frank Vaughan Thomas41
Geoffrey Alwin Knapp1
George Henry Parsons2
George Leonard Marsh1
Harry Foxton1
Henry Frank MacNevin1
Jack Richard Floyde1
James Mursell Colledge1
Maurice Palmer29
Maxwell Edwin Ladyman1
Phillip James Pentelow1
RET Hunter1
Robert Nicholson1
Roy Ronald Long3
Vivian Montague Bailey Halls1
William Thomas Quirke2
(Flight Engineer) Andrew Jenkinson Dick1
Peter Varty53

Target Photo Gilze-Rijen 03/09/1944

Collings (RWP)

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

  1. 10/03/1941 Le Havre
  2. 13/03/1941 Hamburg
  3. 17/06/1941 Hanover

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)Raymond William Pennington Collings3
(2nd Pilot)Eric George Franklin2
Ian Colin Hay1
(Observer)William Abbotson Tetley3
(WOP / AG)Arthur Maurice Moncrieff Hill3
(Air Gunner)John Robert Armstrong Careless3
E Kinsella1
(Flight Engineer)Stanley Langford Conway Watt3

Photo Gallery

Coleman (RW)

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

  1. 10/05/1944 Lens

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)RW Coleman1
(Navigator)Herbert George Hornsby1
(Air Bomber)Clayton Hugh Jack1
(Wireless Operator)John Elliott Fenwick1
(Air Gunner)Douglas Edward John Stevens1
William Charles Campbell1
(Flight Engineer)Anton Torvald Wang1

Cobb (NA)

NA Cobb

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

  1. 28/03/1943 St.Nazaire
  2. 29/03/1943 Berlin
  3. 02/04/1943 Lorient
  4. 08/04/1943 Duisburg
  5. 10/04/1943 Frankfurt
  6. 14/04/1943 Stuttgart
  7. 16/04/1943 Mannheim
  8. 20/04/1943 Stettin
  9. 26/04/1943 Duisburg
  10. 29/05/1943 Wuppertal (Incident)
  11. 11/06/1943 Dusseldorf (Incident)
  12. 16/06/1943 Cologne
  13. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot
  14. 28/06/1943 Cologne (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)Nelson Alexander Cobb14
(2nd Dickie)Leonard Whiteley1
(Navigator)David Archibald Codd14
Herbert Brian Felix  Lymna1
(Air Bomber)Walter Palfrey Trask14
(Wireless Operator)Charles Henry Bulloch13
Francis Gerald Murphy1
(Air Gunner)Charles Fullerton Stewart2
Jack Edward Stuart Matthews3
Mark Anthony Sachs3
Norman Francis Williams11
Thomas Richard Desmond Smith9
(Flight Engineer)Roland Hurlston Baldwin14

Cobb (JAG)

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

  1. 04/05/1943 Dortmund (Crashed on Landing)

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)Joseph Albert George Cobb1
(Navigator)Samuel Albert Coles1
(Air Bomber)Stanton Eric Arthur Russell1
(Wireless Operator)John Desmond Collinge1
(Air Gunner)Charles Harold Fisher1
James Howden Robertson1
(Flight Engineer)Frederick Ronald Beech1

Coates (RW)

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

  1. 22/04/1944 Laon

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)RW Coates1
(Navigator)Herbert George Hornsby1
(Air Bomber)Douglas Harris1
(Wireless Operator)John Elliott Fenwick1
(Air Gunner)Alfred Harold Wood1
John Dixon Atkinson1
(Flight Engineer)Alfred Norman Leslie Moss1

Clarke (MWP)

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

  1. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot
  2. 21/06/1943 Krefeld (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)Michael Wilfred Peter Clarke2
(Air Bomber)Bewick Johnston Dowse2
(Navigator)Francis Montague Mazin2
(Wireless Operator)Harry Richard Fink2
(Air Gunner)Alister Campbell MacLeod2
Joseph Georges Paul Emille Richer2
(Flight Engineer)Cledwyn Matthew Harcombe2

Christie (J)

J Christie (Courtesy of Werner Christie)

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

  1. 09/07/1943 Gelsenkirchen
  2. 13/07/1943 Aachen
  3. 15/07/1943 Montbéliard
  4. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  5. 25/07/1943 Essen
  6. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  7. 02/08/1943 Hamburg
  8. 16/08/1943 Turin
  9. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  10. 27/08/1943 Nuremberg
  11. 30/08/1943 Munchen Gladbach
  12. 31/08/1943 Berlin
  13. 03/09/1943 Special target NW France
  14. 05/09/1943 Mannheim
  15. 15/09/1943 Montlucon
  16. 16/09/1943 Modane
  17. 27/09/1943 Hanover
  18. 04/10/1943 Frankfurt
  19. 08/10/1943 Bremen
  20. 22/10/1943 Kassel
  21. 11/11/1943 Cannes
  22. 17/11/1943 Mannheim
  23. 18/11/1943 Mannheim
  24. 22/11/1943 Berlin
  25. 25/11/1943 Frankfurt
  26. 02/12/1943 Berlin
  27. 03/12/1943 Leipzig
  28. 29/12/1943 Berlin
  29. 02/01/1944 Berlin
  30. 05/01/1944 Stettin
  31. 21/01/1944 Magdeburg
  32. 27/01/1944 Heligoland
  33. 28/01/1944 Berlin
  34. 30/01/1944 Berlin
  35. 19/02/1944 Leipzig (Aborted)
  36. 20/02/1944 Stuttgart
  37. 24/02/1944 Schweinfurt
  38. 25/02/1944 Augsburg
  39. 15/03/1944 Stuttgart
  40. 18/03/1944 Frankfurt
  41. 22/03/1944 Frankfurt
  42. 18/04/1944 Rouen
  43. 20/04/1944 Cologne
  44. 22/04/1944 Laon
  45. 26/04/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges

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)Johan Christie45
(2nd Dickie)Leslie Sunley White1
Svein Johannes Hausvik1
(Navigator)William Galway Copp45
(Air Bomber) Joseph William Wilkinson45
(Wireless Operator)Henry Randolph McMahon Stroud1
John Golding43
(WOP / AG) Leonard Stewart Thorpe1
(Air Gunner)Norman Moffatt43
Victor Eston Bent2
William Charles Campbell45
(Flight Engineer)Anton Torvald Wang44
Ryszard Cederbaum1


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  1. J Christie was posted out of the squadron to HQ, Royal Norwegian Air Force, on 17th May 1944.

Chidgey (EJ)

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

  1. 19/02/1944 Gardening
  2. 20/02/1944 Stuttgart
  3. 22/02/1944 Gardening (Aborted)
  4. 24/02/1944 Schweinfurt
  5. 01/03/1944 Stuttgart
  6. 18/03/1944 Frankfurt
  7. 22/03/1944 Frankfurt
  8. 24/03/1944 Berlin (Incident)
  9. 30/03/1944 Nuremberg
  10. 18/04/1944 Rouen
  11. 20/04/1944 Cologne
  12. 24/04/1944 Karlsruhe
  13. 26/04/1944 Essen
  14. 27/04/1944 Friedrichshafen
  15. 30/04/1944 Acheres
  16. 03/05/1944 Montdidier
  17. 07/05/1944 Nantes
  18. 08/05/1944 Haine-St.Pierre
  19. 31/05/1944 Trappes
  20. 02/06/1944 Trappes
  21. 06/06/1944 Chateaudun
  22. 08/06/1944 Mayenne
  23. 11/06/1944 Paris
  24. 14/06/1944 Evrecy
  25. 22/06/1944 Laon
  26. 04/07/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges
  27. 18/07/1944 H2-Manneville (Daylight)
  28. 18/07/1944 Wesseling
  29. 23/07/1944 Kiel
  30. 24/07/1944 Stuttgart

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)Edward John Chidgey30
(2nd Dickie)Louis Basil Lawson1
Walter Hargrave Harris1
(Navigator)Brian Arnold Stoker30
(Air Bomber)Geoffrey Alfred Goom1
Kaare Stenwig29
(Set Operator)Albert Clement Michael Taylor1
Bernard Chapman Brooker1
(Wireless Operator)Thomas Henry Warren28
(WOP / AG) Leonard Stewart Thorpe1
(Air Gunner)FW Hall30
James Mursell Colledge30
(Flight Engineer)Alan John White1
Frederick Ronald Harmsworth-Smith27
Walter Stanley Mountford2

CHIDGEY CREW
Hall, Chidgey, Stenwig, Warren, Harmsworth-Smith, Stoker, Colledge
[Courtesy of John Stenwig]

Cheshire (GL)

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

  1. 15/04/1941 Kiel
  2. 25/07/1941 Berlin
  3. 30/07/1941 Cologne
  4. 02/08/1941 Berlin
  5. 05/08/1941 Karlsruhe
  6. 07/08/1941 Essen
  7. 12/08/1941 Berlin
  8. 14/08/1941 Magdeburg
  9. 28/08/1941 Duisburg
  10. 07/09/1941 Berlin

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)Geoffrey Leonard Cheshire10
(2nd Pilot)Arthur Edward Charles Adkins1
Douglas Rowley-Blake1
Ernest Edward Weldon1
Peter Yeoman Stead6
Ross Hardie1
(Observer)George Roberts1
Gerard John Peter Henry8
James Oliver Hedley1
(WOP / AG)Arthur Maurice Moncrieff Hill9
Clive Gutteridge1
Frank Wilson Crocker9
Ronald Ford Jackson1
(Air Gunner)Luther Martin7
Richard Charles Rivaz2
Richard Norman Hares1
(Flight Engineer)Frederick Hubert Brown1
Frederick William Hill2
William Patrick O’Kane7

GL Cheshire with Ground Crew
Front Row: Believed to be Crocker, Martin, Henry, Cheshire, Hill, O’Kane, Rivaz

Campbell (D)

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

  1. 27/05/1944 Rennes
  2. 28/05/1944 Mardick
  3. 31/05/1944 Mont Couple
  4. 05/06/1944 Longues
  5. 07/06/1944 Foret De Cerisy
  6. 08/06/1944 Fougeres
  7. 11/06/1944 Tours
  8. 15/06/1944 Lens
  9. 16/06/1944 Pas de Calais
  10. 23/06/1944 Coubronne
  11. 24/06/1944 Middel Straete
  12. 27/06/1944 Oisemont/Neuville Au Bois
  13. 02/07/1944 Oisemont/Neuville Au Bois
  14. 12/07/1944 Thiverby
  15. 14/07/1944 St.Philibert-Ferme
  16. 15/07/1944 Nucourt
  17. 16/07/1944 St.Philibert-Ferme
  18. 18/07/1944 M-Cagny (Daylight)
  19. 18/07/1944 Wesseling
  20. 20/07/1944 Montcandon
  21. 22/07/1944 L’Hey
  22. 23/07/1944 Foret-De-Croc (Daylight)
  23. 28/07/1944 Hamburg
  24. 30/07/1944 Normandy
  25. 31/07/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  26. 03/08/1944 Bois de Cassan
  27. 04/08/1944 Trossy-St-Maxim
  28. 09/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  29. 11/08/1944 Douai
  30. 12/08/1944 Russelsheim
  31. 15/08/1944 Le Culot
  32. 12/09/1944 Wanne-Eickel (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)Donald Campbell32
(Navigator)John Radford Rosser32
(Air Bomber)Albert Edward John Thorne1
Ronald Toomer31
(Wireless Operator)Ronald Bull7
Thomas Henry Warren1
William Jack Mintjens23
 Leonard Stewart Thorpe1
(Air Gunner)Eric McHugh Davies1
Francis Emanuel O’Connell1
Francis Henry Davidson32
Frank Vaughan Thomas1
Geoffrey Arnold Perry1
Jack Cecil Black1
Joseph William Robinson27
(Flight Engineer)Charles Douglas Eric Seaton1
Frederick Ronald Harmsworth-Smith1
John Kenneth Kershaw30

Photo Gallery

WJ Mintjens [Courtesy of Edward Wing]

Caldwell (F)

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

  1. 11/08/1942 Le Havre

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)Frederick Caldwell1
(Observer)Gordon Leroy Ellsworth1
(Air Bomber)Boris Oleh Bodnar1
(Wireless Operator)Frederick Hay1
(Air Gunner)Palmer Maynard Nerland1
W Hiscock1
(Flight Engineer)G Grundy1
  1. F Caldwell flew two other operational sorties as a 2nd Pilot prior to this sortie
  2. He was posted out of the squadron (to No. 158 Squadron) on 25/08/1942

Bushby (JB)

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

  1. 03/03/1942 Billancourt
  2. 08/03/1942 Essen
  3. 13/03/1942 Cologne
  4. 30/03/1942 Battleship (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)Joseph Bryan Bushby4
(2nd Pilot)– Tweddle3
Anthony John Peach1
(Observer)Geoffrey Noel Edward Powell2
(Possibly) William Charles Thurlow2
(WOP / AG)Harold Richard Giddens1
John Peter Burton Buckley4
Moses Lewis Usher3
(Air Gunner)John Allen Wood4
(Flight Engineer)Ronald Meredith4

Photo Gallery

Burgess (KR)

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

  1. 02/03/1945 Cologne
  2. 03/03/1945 Kamen
  3. 05/03/1945 Chemnitz
  4. 07/03/1945 Dessau
  5. 08/03/1945 Hamburg
  6. 13/03/1945 Gelsenkirchen
  7. 18/03/1945 Witten
  8. 21/03/1945 Bruchstrasse
  9. 24/03/1945 Gladbeck
  10. 25/03/1945 Osnabruck
  11. 27/03/1945 Paderborn
  12. 08/04/1945 Hamburg
  13. 09/04/1945 Kiel
  14. 10/04/1945 Plauen
  15. 14/04/1945 Potsdam
  16. 16/04/1945 Schwandorf

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)Kenneth Robert Burgess17
(Navigator)George Donald MacGregor17
(Air Bomber)Betrum Silvester Reinhart17
(Wireless Operator)ED Perrault1
RN Page16
(Air Gunner)Eric Arthur George Simpson1
George L Barr16
IK Irwin15
Leslie Arthur Booth1
SJ Smith1
(Flight Engineer)AJ Gosling16
(Possibly) Charles Melville Fenwick1

Brown (RW)

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

  1. 09/07/1944 L’Hey
  2. 10/07/1944 Nucourt
  3. 15/07/1944 Nucourt
  4. 16/07/1944 St.Philibert-Ferme
  5. 18/07/1944 M-Cagny (Daylight)
  6. 22/07/1944 L’Hey
  7. 23/07/1944 Foret-De-Croc (Daylight)
  8. 23/07/1944 Kiel
  9. 25/07/1944 Stuttgart
  10. 28/07/1944 Hamburg
  11. 30/07/1944 Normandy
  12. 31/07/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  13. 03/08/1944 Bois de Cassan
  14. 04/08/1944 Bec-d’Ambes (Daylight 2)
  15. 06/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  16. 07/08/1944 Normandy
  17. 09/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  18. 15/08/1944 Le Culot
  19. 16/08/1944 Stettin
  20. 18/08/1944 Bremen
  21. 31/08/1944 Pourchinte
  22. 08/09/1944 Le Havre
  23. 10/09/1944 Le Havre
  24. 11/09/1944 Le Havre-Cadillac 1
  25. 12/09/1944 Dortmund
  26. 17/09/1944 Boulogne
  27. 23/09/1944 Neuss
  28. 25/09/1944 Calais (Aborted)
  29. 26/09/1944 Calais (Various aiming points)
  30. 27/09/1944 Calais
  31. 05/10/1944 Saarbrucken
  32. 06/10/1944 Dortmund
  33. 19/10/1944 Stuttgart (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)Robert William Brown33
(Navigator)John Anthony Creemer Clarke33
(Air Bomber)Reginald Francis Jack Bright33
(Set Operator)Dennis Thompson10
John Duncan Crombie1
(Wireless Operator)Adam Linton29
Clarence John Taylor3
Henry Randolph McMahon Stroud1
(Air Gunner)Edmond Joseph Kiely33
Frank David Thomas Phillips33
(Flight Engineer)Colin Johnson33

BROWN (RW) CREW
Back: Kiely, Bright, Johnson, Phillips / Front: Linton, Brown, Clark
[Courtesy of Peter and Margaret Quirk]

Brown (HS)

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

  1. 13/09/1941 Brest
  2. 15/09/1941 Hamburg (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)Harold Stanley Brown2
(2nd Pilot)Douglas Rowley-Blake1
John Henry Barrett1
(Observer)John Anthony Arnsby2
(WOP / AG)Henry Edward Greene2
Ronald C Shaw2
(Air Gunner)Sidney Thomas Fisher2
(Flight Engineer)James William Hays2

Brown (HA)

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

  1. 03/03/1942 Billancourt
  2. 08/03/1942 Essen
  3. 12/04/1942 Essen
  4. 27/04/1942 Battleship
  5. 28/04/1942 Battleship
  6. 04/05/1942 Stuttgart
  7. 06/05/1942 Stuttgart (Crashed on Landing)
  8. 08/05/1942 Warnemunde
  9. 19/05/1942 Mannheim
  10. 30/05/1942 Cologne
  11. 01/06/1942 Essen
  12. 16/06/1942 Essen (Incident)
  13. 19/06/1942 Emden
  14. 20/06/1942 Emden
  15. 22/06/1942 Emden
  16. 25/06/1942 Bremen
  17. 27/06/1942 Bremen

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)Harold Adrian Brown17
(2nd Pilot)James Keatley Watson2
(Observer)Alan James Child1
Charles Vincent Harvey14
R Wooton1
(Air Bomber)Walter Alfred Elliot12
(WOP / AG)George Arthur Brassey3
– Johnson1
– Kaufman2
– Long17
(Air Gunner)– Ogg9
– Shaw6
– Stewart10
– Westall3
Patrick William Tucker-Feltham1
(Flight Engineer)– Burtonshaw5
– Inward10
Caudray Albert Charles Pithers1
Hubert Allan Booth1

Brown (EG)

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

  1. 09/07/1943 Gelsenkirchen
  2. 13/07/1943 Aachen
  3. 15/07/1943 Montbéliard
  4. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  5. 25/07/1943 Essen
  6. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  7. 29/07/1943 Hamburg
  8. 09/08/1943 Mannheim (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)Ernest Gordon Brown8
(Navigator)Harold Luttrell Temple8
(Air Bomber)Eric Charles Dobie8
(Wireless Operator)Arthur Patrick Bowker8
(Air Gunner)Allen Sunley6
Victor Eston Bent2
William Richard Pallister8
(Flight Engineer) Andrew Jenkinson Dick1
George Forman1
Gordon Ireland1
James Ellis Jones1
William McRae Sinclair4

Brown (DB)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that DB Brown was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 05/03/1945 Chemnitz
  2. 07/03/1945 Dessau
  3. 25/03/1945 Osnabruck
  4. 27/03/1945 Paderborn
  5. 11/04/1945 Bayreuth
  6. 07/05/1945 Ypenburg (Operation Manna)

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)Denis Bramato Brown6
(Navigator)Arthur Frederick Manders6
(Air Bomber)Joseph Frederick William Harding6
(Wireless Operator)John Arthur Moore6
(Air Gunner)David McMillan1
RET Hunter5
Frank Walter Vilain6
(Flight Engineer)JP Scanlon6

It is known that some (or all) of these airmen continued to fly operationally with the squadron during the post war clean up, which included repatriation of POW and service personnel, Cooks Tours, testing of German radar and disposal of surplus incendiaries. However, the squadron’s record book only provides a summary of these activities and does not list the individual captains and crews that took part in these sorties.

Brough (JFP)

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

  1. 22/05/1942 St Nazaire
  2. 29/05/1942 Gennevilliers
  3. 30/05/1942 Cologne
  4. 01/06/1942 Essen

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)James Frederick Powell Brough4
(2nd Pilot)Harry Burns MacDonald3
(Observer)Alan James Child3
William Robert Francis Grierson-Jackson1
(WOP / AG) Harry James Leonard Peto1
 Reginald John Lambert Sawyers1
Garfield James Phillips3
(Air Gunner)– Stewart3
John McKinstry1
SD Miller3
(Flight Engineer)– Burtonshaw1
– Jones3

Brook (HGC)

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

  1. 11/06/1941 Duisburg
  2. 15/06/1941 Hanover
  3. 20/06/1941 Kiel
  4. 23/06/1941 Kiel
  5. 30/06/1941 Kiel

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)Hubert Charles Gerard Brook5
(2nd Pilot)Olaf Antony Cussen5
(Observer)Wilfred Campbell Walters5
(WOP / AG)Albert James Heller5
Douglas James Mennie1
(Air Gunner)Allan Gillbanks5
Henry Septimus Bradbeer3
William Broadbent1
(Flight Engineer)Frederick William Hill5

Bromley (CW)

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

  1. 18/07/1944 M-Cagny (Daylight)
  2. 20/07/1944 Montcandon
  3. 24/07/1944 Stuttgart
  4. 04/08/1944 Bec-d’Ambes (Daylight 2)
  5. 05/08/1944 Acquet
  6. 06/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  7. 07/08/1944 Normandy
  8. 09/08/1944 Prouville
  9. 12/08/1944 Falaise
  10. 14/08/1944 Falaise
  11. 15/08/1944 Le Culot
  12. 16/08/1944 Stettin
  13. 18/08/1944 Bremen
  14. 25/08/1944 Brest
  15. 27/08/1944 Homberg
  16. 31/08/1944 Pourchinte
  17. 10/09/1944 Le Havre
  18. 12/09/1944 Dortmund
  19. 20/09/1944 Calais
  20. 25/09/1944 Calais (Incident)
  21. 26/09/1944 Calais (Various aiming points)
  22. 27/09/1944 Calais
  23. 28/09/1944 Calais
  24. 05/10/1944 Saarbrucken
  25. 11/10/1944 Fort Frederik Hendrik
  26. 12/10/1944 Fort Frederik Hendrik
  27. 14/10/1944 Duisburg
  28. 15/10/1944 Wilhelmshaven
  29. 25/10/1944 Essen
  30. 28/10/1944 Cologne
  31. 18/11/1944 Munster
  32. 21/11/1944 Sterkrade
  33. 27/11/1944 Freiburg

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)Curwen William Bromley33
(Navigator)Thomas Bruce Cooper13
Walter George Palmer20
(Air Bomber)Alan John Card1
Hector John Plank13
Wilfred Marshall Buck19
(Set Operator) Samuel Rene Green3
Dennis Thompson16
Gilbert Wood6
Malcolm Scholes6
Walter Stanley Mountford1
(Wireless Operator)GH Cleaver24
Henry Randolph McMahon Stroud6
Thomas Henry Warren3
(Air Gunner) William James Simpson22
Cedric Alexander Fraser-Petherbridge8
Douglas Ferguson Fyfe1
Frederick John Feakins1
FW Hall1
John Richard Hacker25
Peter Frederick Fischer1
Randolph Rhodes5
Roy Ronald Long1
(Flight Engineer)Charles Douglas Eric Seaton27
James Keith Spedding2
Louis Donald Pope1
William Reginald Eady1

Bromley Crew (NK, Bromley, NK, NK, NK, NK, NK, Simpson) [Source: Glimlamp]

Target Photo Le Havre 10/09/1944

Bradshaw (RT)

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

  1. 21/10/1941 Bremen
  2. 26/10/1941 Hamburg
  3. 31/10/1941 Hamburg
  4. 07/11/1941 Berlin

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)Robert Thornton Bradshaw4
(2nd Pilot)Robert Alexander Fisher Frew1
Ronald Robert Blackwell3
(Observer)Alec Henry Fuce3
Maurice Osborne Stephens1
(WOP / AG)– Burry4
William John Hampton4
(Air Gunner)– Tyler4
(Flight Engineer)William G Higgs4

Bradley (TPA)

TPA Bradley (September 1941)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that TPA Bradley was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 10/03/1941 Le Havre
  2. 12/03/1941 Hamburg (Aborted)
  3. 13/03/1941 Hamburg
  4. 12/06/1941 Huls
  5. 05/07/1941 Magdeburg
  6. 19/07/1941 Hanover
  7. 24/07/1941 La Pallice (Incident)
  8. 24/08/1941 Dusseldorf

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)Terence Patrick Armstrong Bradley8
(2nd Pilot)– Graham1
– Perecone (Major)1
– Sarsby1
Douglas Rowley-Blake2
John Milne Rigg Cruickshank1
Peter Stanley James2
(Observer)Eric Arthur Fawns Gibb1
James Oliver Hedley1
Robert Victor Collinge4
Thomas Reginald Nixon1
William Abbotson Tetley1
(WOP / AG)– Roberts2
Douglas Peter Hogg2
Charles Frederic Seymour Ryder1
Ernest H Jackson1
Ernest William Constable1
Peter George Bolton2
(Air Gunner)Alexander Urquhart Simpson1
Harold Walter Stone3
Richard Charles Rivaz5
Wallace Llewellyn Berry2
Rodney Gordon Mullally1
(Flight Engineer)Albert Ernest George Wheeler8

Bowen-Morris (VB)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that VB Bowen-Morris was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 10/04/1945 Leipzig
  2. 11/04/1945 Bayreuth
  3. 14/04/1945 Potsdam (Failed to Return)
  4. 07/05/1945 Ypenburg (Operation Manna)

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)Vryan Bernard Bowen-Morris4
(Navigator)Laurence Edwin Hope Gilbert1
Raymond Herbert Harvey Dyer3
(Air Bomber)EG Silcock3
Peter Denny Saville1
(Wireless Operator)Brian Alexander Targett1
Charles Sinclair Gibbon3
(Air Gunner)Douglas Charles MacKay1
E Meredith3
James Little Robb1
John William Tovey3
(Flight Engineer)John Herbert Monk1
William Graham Reynolds3

It is known that some (or all) of these airmen continued to fly operationally with the squadron during the post war clean up, which included repatriation of POW and service personnel, Cooks Tours, testing of German radar and disposal of surplus incendiaries. However, the squadron’s record book only provides a summary of these activities and does not list the individual captains and crews that took part in these sorties.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  1. VB Bowen-Morris landed in neutral territory on 14th / 15th April and returned to the UK and the squadron

Bovington (LW)

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

  1. 15/04/1941 Kiel
  2. 11/06/1941 Duisburg
  3. 12/06/1941 Huls (Crash Landed)
  4. 05/07/1941 Magdeburg
  5. 07/07/1941 Frankfurt
  6. 08/07/1941 Merseburg (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)Lionel William Bovington6
(2nd Pilot)Archie Robert Kiddey3
John Andrew Trevor Meredith2
Ross Hardie1
(Observer)Arthur George Eperon2
George Donald Barry4
(WOP / AG)Albert Edward Hammond6
Herbert Reginald Higgins1
Reginald Thomas Rudlin2
(Air Gunner)Henry Septimus Bradbeer3
Noel Eric Henry Coleman6
(Flight Engineer)Norman Willingham2
Thomas Arthur Parkes3
Walter Norman Collins1

Bourassa (JM)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that JM Bourassa was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 24/02/1944 Schweinfurt (Aborted)
  2. 25/02/1944 Augsburg
  3. 18/03/1944 Frankfurt

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)John Maurice Bourassa3
(Navigator)M Howell3
(Air Bomber)Gordon Melville Lockie3
(Wireless Operator)D Beaumont3
(Air Gunner)Robert Alexander Edie3
Robert Chapman3
(Flight Engineer)John Burgess Fletcher3

Botha (BH)

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

  1. 18/08/1944 Bremen
  2. 25/08/1944 Brest
  3. 26/08/1944 Kiel
  4. 09/09/1944 Le Havre
  5. 10/09/1944 Le Havre(Alvis”1″)
  6. 11/09/1944 Le Havre-Cadillac 2
  7. 12/09/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  8. 20/09/1944 Calais
  9. 23/09/1944 Neuss
  10. 25/09/1944 Calais (Aborted)
  11. 27/09/1944 Bottrop
  12. 11/10/1944 Fort Frederik Hendrik
  13. 12/10/1944 Fort Frederik Hendrik
  14. 14/10/1944 Duisburg
  15. 28/10/1944 Cologne
  16. 29/10/1944 Walcheren
  17. 01/11/1944 Oberhausen
  18. 02/11/1944 Dusseldorf
  19. 06/11/1944 Gelsenkirchen

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)Bernhorst Hermanus Botha19
(2nd Dickie)Allan Edward Johnson1
(Navigator)Arthur Thompson19
(Air Bomber)Clayton Hugh Jack3
LHP Coleman1
Philip Berwick Thompson15
(Set Operator)Bernard Chapman Brooker1
John Duncan Crombie5
Walter Stanley Mountford8
(Wireless Operator)Norman Turner19
(Air Gunner)– White4
A Bowie1
A Lewis14
Ernest Kerkin12
Raymond Neale2
Robert William Garrard3
Thomas James Harvey1
William Thomas Quirke1
(Flight Engineer)Harold Robert Sinton19

Booth (N)

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

  1. 16/04/1942 L’Orient

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)Norman Booth1
(2nd Pilot)James Keatley Watson1
(Observer)Selwyn Guy Cooper1
(WOP / AG)Charles Burdon1
Richard Yates1
(Air Gunner)– Stewart1
(Flight Engineer)– Burtonshaw1
  1. N Booth flew 3 other operational sorties as 2nd Pilot to A Wilding prior to this sortie.

Bolt (RB)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that R Bolt was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 07/01/1945 Munich
  2. 22/01/1945 Gelsenkirchen
  3. 28/01/1945 Stuttgart
  4. 01/02/1945 Mainz
  5. 02/02/1945 Wanne Eickel
  6. 04/02/1945 Bonn
  7. 07/02/1945 Goch
  8. 20/02/1945 Reisholz
  9. 21/02/1945 Duisburg
  10. 23/02/1945 Pforzheim
  11. 27/02/1945 Mainz
  12. 01/03/1945 Mannheim
  13. 03/03/1945 Kamen
  14. 05/03/1945 Chemnitz
  15. 13/03/1945 Gelsenkirchen
  16. 15/03/1945 Bottrop
  17. 20/03/1945 Heide
  18. 21/03/1945 Bruchstrasse
  19. 24/03/1945 Gladbeck
  20. 25/03/1945 Munster
  21. 10/04/1945 Plauen
  22. 11/04/1945 Bayreuth
  23. 16/04/1945 Schwandorf
  24. 22/04/1945 Bremen
  25. 24/04/1945 Neubrandenburg POW Camp
  26. 30/04/1945 Valkenburg (Operation Manna)

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)Richard Bruce Bolt26
(Navigator) Harry Cecil Wright1
Alan James Simpson15
Arthur Bryan Curtis1
John Anthony Gardner3
Laurence Edwin Hope Gilbert5
Richard Harold Howell1
(Air Bomber)Hubert John Mardell26
(Set Operator)George William Bartlett23
(Wireless Operator)Charles Douglas Bond Escott26
(Air Gunner)F Bales26
Gordon James Etheridge25
(Flight Engineer)Paul Meredith Bown26

Extract from PM Bown’s Flying Log Book (February 1945) [Courtesy of Mark Bown]

It is known that some (or all) of these airmen continued to fly operationally with the squadron during the post war clean up, which included repatriation of POW and service personnel, Cooks Tours, testing of German radar and disposal of surplus incendiaries. However, the squadron’s record book only provides a summary of these activities and does not list the individual captains and crews that took part in these sorties.

Blakey (R)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that R Blakey was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 29/12/1943 Berlin
  2. 14/01/1944 Special target
  3. 19/05/1944 Boulogne
  4. 21/05/1944 Duisburg (Incident)
  5. 22/05/1944 Dortmund (Aborted)
  6. 24/05/1944 Aachen
  7. 27/05/1944 Rennes
  8. 28/05/1944 Mardick
  9. 31/05/1944 Mont Couple
  10. 05/06/1944 Longues
  11. 09/06/1944 Rennes
  12. 11/06/1944 Tours
  13. 15/06/1944 Lens
  14. 16/06/1944 Pas de Calais
  15. 23/06/1944 Coubronne
  16. 24/06/1944 Middel Straete
  17. 06/07/1944 Coquereaux
  18. 09/07/1944 L’Hey
  19. 10/07/1944 Nucourt
  20. 12/07/1944 Rollez
  21. 15/07/1944 Nucourt
  22. 16/07/1944 St.Philibert-Ferme
  23. 18/07/1944 Wesseling

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)Ralph Blakey23
(Navigator)Graham David Woodrow20
John Francis Marshall1
Joseph William Samuel Burden2
(Air Bomber)Douglas John McLeod2
Edward George Meredith1
Peter George Robert Edwards19
Robert Black1
(Wireless Operator)Leslie Arthur Markham21
Stephen Jackson3
(Air Gunner)Kenneth Albert Lawrence Mitchell1
Thomas James Crane21
Thomas Nainby2
William Andrew21
(Flight Engineer)Henry Robert Bowerman21
Leslie Valentine Norton2

Blair (JC)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that JC Blair was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 07/02/1945 Goch
  2. 13/02/1945 Bohlen
  3. 23/02/1945 Essen
  4. 24/02/1945 Kamen
  5. 27/02/1945 Mainz
  6. 02/03/1945 Cologne
  7. 03/03/1945 Kamen
  8. 11/03/1945 Essen (Daylight)
  9. 15/03/1945 Bottrop
  10. 18/03/1945 Witten (Incident)
  11. 20/03/1945 Heide
  12. 21/03/1945 Bruchstrasse
  13. 24/03/1945 Gladbeck
  14. 25/03/1945 Munster
  15. 04/04/1945 Leuna
  16. 14/04/1945 Potsdam
  17. 16/04/1945 Schwandorf
  18. 22/04/1945 Bremen
  19. 30/04/1945 Valkenburg (Operation Manna)
  20. 08/05/1945 Brussels (Repatriation of POW)

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)John Campbell Blair20
(Navigator)Derek Ian Jeffery20
(Air Bomber)Thomas Henderson Hunter20
(Set Operator)J Akers1
Yale Knox Carter18
(Wireless Operator)John Arthur Moore20
(Air Gunner)Harry Foxton20
JS Johnson20
(Flight Engineer)(Possibly) Herbert Bailey20

It is known that some (or all) of these airmen continued to fly operationally with the squadron during the post war clean up, which included repatriation of POW and service personnel, Cooks Tours, testing of German radar and disposal of surplus incendiaries. However, the squadron’s record book only provides a summary of these activities and does not list the individual captains and crews that took part in these sorties.

Blackband (NC)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that NC Blackband was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 06/09/1944 Emden
  2. 20/09/1944 Calais
  3. 30/09/1944 Bottrop
  4. 12/10/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  5. 14/10/1944 Duisburg (Daylight}
  6. 15/10/1944 Wilhelmshaven
  7. 21/10/1944 Hanover
  8. 23/10/1944 Essen
  9. 25/10/1944 Essen
  10. 04/11/1944 Bochum
  11. 06/11/1944 Gelsenkirchen
  12. 16/11/1944 Duren
  13. 18/11/1944 Wanne-Eickel (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)Norman Charles Blackband13
(Navigator)William George Heatley13
(Air Bomber)Malcolm Dick Singleton13
(Wireless Operator)Stanley George Watts13
(Air Gunner) Solomon Joseph Harold Andrew1
Albert Edward Smith2
Alexander Stewart Fleming9
Ernest Kerkin1
Kenneth Albert Lawrence Mitchell1
Lawrence White2
Ronald Henry Rudyard Grayson10
(Flight Engineer)George Cross1
George Hossack Redford5
Gordon Lindsley1
Ian Keith McGregor1
John Herbert Monk1
William Reginald Eady1
(Possibly) Hugh Bernard McFadden3

Blackadder (RE)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that RE Blackadder was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 01/03/1945 Mannheim
  2. 02/03/1945 Cologne
  3. 05/03/1945 Chemnitz
  4. 11/03/1945 Essen (Daylight)
  5. 12/03/1945 Dortmund
  6. 18/03/1945 Witten
  7. 21/03/1945 Bruchstrasse
  8. 24/03/1945 Gladbeck
  9. 03/04/1945 Nordhausen
  10. 14/04/1945 Potsdam
  11. 16/04/1945 Schwandorf
  12. 08/05/1945 Brussels (Repatriation of POW)

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)Ronald Edward Blackadder12
(Navigator)George Laurie Edwards12
(Air Bomber)Royston Lawrenson Hunt12
(Set Operator)J Akers11
(Wireless Operator)Albert John Goff12
(Air Gunner)William Keefe12
William John Reginald Solway12
(Flight Engineer)William Henry Maudsley12

It is known that some (or all) of these airmen continued to fly operationally with the squadron during the post war clean up, which included repatriation of POW and service personnel, Cooks Tours, testing of German radar and disposal of surplus incendiaries. However, the squadron’s record book only provides a summary of these activities and does not list the individual captains and crews that took part in these sorties.


BLACKADDER CREW
A J Goff, W J R Solway, W Keefe, W H Maudsley / R L Hunt, R E Blackadder, G L Edwards
[Courtesy of John Dann]

Beveridge (RW)

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

  1. 20/02/1944 Stuttgart (Aborted)
  2. 24/02/1944 Schweinfurt (Incident)
  3. 01/03/1944 Stuttgart
  4. 18/03/1944 Frankfurt

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)Robert Walter Beveridge4
(Navigator)Michael Ingoldsby Massy4
(Air Bomber)John Gordon Irwin4
(Wireless Operator)James John Mather4
(Air Gunner)John Allinson4
John David Smith4
(Flight Engineer)Arthur Richard Hall4

Beveridge (GT)

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

  1. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot
  2. 21/06/1943 Krefeld
  3. 22/06/1943 Mulheim
  4. 24/06/1943 Elberfeld
  5. 28/06/1943 Cologne (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)Graham Thomas Beveridge5
(2nd Dickie)Leonard Whiteley2
(Navigator)Stanley Kiran Gordon-Powell5
(Air Bomber)Henry Charles Billett5
(Wireless Operator)Roger James Taylor5
(Air Gunner)Francis Cyril Compton4
Victor Eston Bent1
William Hughes5
(Flight Engineer)Leslie Ernest Carey5

Berndsson (MB)

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

  1. 09/04/1944 Lille
  2. 11/04/1944 Aachen
  3. 24/04/1944 Karlsruhe (Incident)
  4. 26/04/1944 Essen (Incident)
  5. 10/05/1944 Lens
  6. 11/05/1944 Louvain
  7. 21/05/1944 Duisburg
  8. 22/05/1944 Dortmund
  9. 24/05/1944 Aachen
  10. 27/05/1944 Bourg Leopold
  11. 28/05/1944 Mardick
  12. 31/05/1944 Mont Couple
  13. 05/06/1944 Longues
  14. 07/06/1944 Foret De Cerisy
  15. 09/06/1944 Rennes
  16. 11/06/1944 Tours
  17. 14/06/1944 Evrecy
  18. 15/06/1944 Fouillard
  19. 16/06/1944 Pas de Calais
  20. 27/06/1944 Oisemont/Neuville Au Bois
  21. 04/07/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges
  22. 09/07/1944 L’Hey
  23. 10/07/1944 Nucourt
  24. 11/07/1944 Gapennes
  25. 12/07/1944 Tours
  26. 14/07/1944 St.Philibert-Ferme
  27. 20/07/1944 Wizernes
  28. 23/07/1944 Kiel
  29. 24/07/1944 Stuttgart
  30. 25/07/1944 Stuttgart
  31. 28/07/1944 Stuttgart
  32. 31/07/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  33. 16/08/1944 Stettin
  34. 18/08/1944 Connantre

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)Mauritz Bernard Berndsson34
(Navigator)Howard Monckton Pringle34
John Graham Walters1
(Air Bomber)Norman Thomas Adams34
(Wireless Operator)Henry Randolph McMahon Stroud2
Raymond Perkins32
(Air Gunner)Albert Edward Smith29
George Edward Lille1
Kenneth Albert Lawrence Mitchell3
Reginald Noah Collins1
Stanley Arthur White29
Thomas Nainby4
Walter Edmond Crawford1
(Flight Engineer)Arthur George Page1
George Richard Bradley1
Louis Donald Pope1
Walter Stanley Mountford32

BERNDSSON CREW
Perkins, Pringle, Smith, Berndsson, Adams, Mountford

Berndsson Crew (with Ground Crew)


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Posting Dates

Mauritz Bernard BerndssonIn From:
20/12/1944Out To:6 LFS, RAF Burn?

Balley (JWN)

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

  1. 19/05/1942 St Nazaire
  2. 22/05/1942 St Nazaire
  3. 29/05/1942 Gennevilliers
  4. 30/05/1942 Cologne
  5. 01/06/1942 Essen
  6. 02/06/1942 Essen

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)Julian William Noel Balley6
(2nd Pilot)Dennis Jack Perry1
(Observer)Talbot Jones Taylor6
(Air Bomber)Alfred James Brockway5
(WOP / AG)– Kaufman1
James Henry Janes5
(Air Gunner)– Shaw5
Han Gwyn Pike6
RJ Demers1
(Flight Engineer)– Williams6

Baldwin (E)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that E Baldwin was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties prior to the cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 21/03/1945 Bruchstrasse
  2. 24/03/1945 Gladbeck
  3. 25/03/1945 Osnabruck
  4. 27/03/1945 Paderborn
  5. 03/04/1945 Nordhausen
  6. 10/04/1945 Leipzig
  7. 14/04/1945 Potsdam
  8. 22/04/1945 Bremen
  9. 25/04/1945 Wangerooge Island
  10. 08/05/1945 Brussels (Repatriation of POW)

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)Eric Baldwin10
(Navigator)Sidney Walter Barker9
Wilfred Allen Jenkins1
(Air Bomber)Francis William Sanders9
Harvey John Scull1
(Wireless Operator)Brian Frederick Spark1
Vincent Bowes Farningham9
(Air Gunner)Donald Charles Dunkley10
George Burnett McRitchie10
(Flight Engineer)(Possibly) Charles Melville Fenwick10

It is known that some (or all) of these airmen continued to fly operationally with the squadron during the post war clean up, which included repatriation of POW and service personnel, Cooks Tours, testing of German radar and disposal of surplus incendiaries. However, the squadron’s record book only provides a summary of these activities and does not list the individual captains and crews that took part in these sorties.

Cozens (RW)

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

  1. 13/05/1943 Bochum
  2. 23/05/1943 Dortmund
  3. 25/05/1943 Dusseldorf
  4. 27/05/1943 Essen
  5. 29/05/1943 Wuppertal
  6. 11/06/1943 Munster
  7. 12/06/1943 Bochum
  8. 29/07/1943 Hamburg
  9. 02/08/1943 Hamburg
  10. 09/08/1943 Mannheim
  11. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  12. 27/08/1943 Nuremberg
  13. 30/08/1943 Munchen Gladbach
  14. 31/08/1943 Berlin
  15. 03/09/1943 Special target NW France
  16. 05/09/1943 Mannheim
  17. 15/09/1943 Montlucon
  18. 22/09/1943 Hanover
  19. 23/09/1943 Mannheim
  20. 27/09/1943 Hanover
  21. 11/11/1943 Cannes
  22. 17/11/1943 Mannheim
  23. 18/11/1943 Mannheim
  24. 22/11/1943 Berlin
  25. 25/11/1943 Frankfurt
  26. 26/11/1943 Stuttgart
  27. 01/03/1944 Stuttgart
  28. 15/03/1944 Stuttgart
  29. 18/03/1944 Frankfurt
  30. 22/03/1944 Frankfurt
  31. 18/04/1944 Rouen
  32. 20/04/1944 Cologne
  33. 24/04/1944 Karlsruhe
  34. 27/04/1944 Friedrichshafen
  35. 30/04/1944 Acheres
  36. 03/05/1944 Montdidier

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)Ronald William Cozens36
(2nd Dickie)Leslie Sunley White1
(Navigator)Charles Ernest Davies30
Herbert George Hornsby5
Raymond William Bullen1
(Air Bomber)Douglas Harris35
Ronald Owen Tudberry1
(Wireless Operator)John Elliott Fenwick36
(Air Gunner)Douglas Edward John Stevens6
F Taylor23
John Dixon Atkinson35
Leslie Jackson3
Terence Michael Twomey3
William Charles Campbell2
(Flight Engineer)Alfred Norman Leslie Moss34
Anton Torvald Wang2

COZENS CREW
Back Row: NK / NK / NK / NK / Front Row: NK / Cozens / Harris
[Courtesy of Richard Davies]

Extract from D Harris’ Flying Log Book [Courtesy of Thomas Westhead]

Bryant (PJ)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that PJ Bryant was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties (*):

  1. 23/06/1944 Coubronne
  2. 24/06/1944 Middel Straete
  3. 27/06/1944 Oisemont/Neuville Au Bois
  4. 02/07/1944 Oisemont/Neuville Au Bois
  5. 06/07/1944 Coquereaux
  6. 07/07/1944 Caen
  7. 10/07/1944 Nucourt
  8. 12/07/1944 Thiverby
  9. 14/07/1944 St.Philibert-Ferme
  10. 15/07/1944 Nucourt
  11. 16/07/1944 St.Philibert-Ferme
  12. 18/07/1944 M-Cagny
  13. 22/07/1944 L’Hey
  14. 23/07/1944 Foret-De-Croc
  15. 03/08/1944 Bois de Cassan
  16. 04/08/1944 Trossy-St-Maxim
  17. 07/08/1944 Normandy
  18. 09/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  19. 11/08/1944 Douai
  20. 12/08/1944 Russelsheim
  21. 14/08/1944 Falaise
  22. 16/08/1944 Stettin
  23. 18/08/1944 Connantre
  24. 25/08/1944 Brest
  25. 11/09/1944 Gelsenkirchen
  26. 13/09/1944 Osnabruck
  27. 26/09/1944 Calais
  28. 30/09/1944 Bottrop
  29. 12/10/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  30. 14/10/1944 Duisburg [2]
  31. 23/10/1944 Essen
  32. 25/10/1944 Essen
  33. 28/10/1944 Cologne
  34. 02/11/1944 Dusseldorf
  35. 18/11/1944 Wanne-Eickel
  36. 21/11/1944 Worms
  37. 27/11/1944 Neuss
  38. 29/11/1944 Dortmund
  39. 05/12/1944 Soest
  40. 06/12/1944 Merseburg (Leuna)
  41. 12/12/1944 Essen
  42. 02/01/1945 Ludwigshafen
  43. 05/01/1945 Hanover
  44. 06/01/1945 Hanau
  45. 07/01/1945 Munich
  46. 14/01/1945 Merseburg/Leuna
  47. 16/01/1945 Zeitz
  48. 22/01/1945 Gelsenkirchen
  49. 28/01/1945 Stuttgart
  50. 01/02/1945 Mainz
  51. 13/02/1945 Dresden
  52. 14/02/1945 Chemnitz
  53. 21/02/1945 Duisburg
  54. 23/02/1945 Essen

(*) PJ Bryant also flew on one 2nd Dickie Flight on 16/06/1944 Sterkrade

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)Philip John Bryant54
(2nd Dickie)Jack Alfred Murrell1
(Navigator)Horace Arthur  Satterthwaite1
William John Bentley53
(Air Bomber)Kenneth Allerston14
Maldwyn George Williams40
(Set Operator)James Bartholomew Edwards1
Joseph Omer Dumas2
(Wireless Operator)M Cohen1
Ronald Bull1
William John Phillips52
(Air Gunner) Ernest Kenwright6
Athol William Scott Shillaker1
D Therault1
Douglas Edward John Stevens1
DR Bolton1
F Bales2
Francis Emanuel O’Connell4
Gordon James Etheridge2
Henry Edward Douglas Figgis43
Ivor Lewis John Howard7
John Lawson MacDonald1
John Richard Hacker1
Lawrence White2
Leonard Arthur Edlin1
Leslie Arthur Booth5
Maxwell James Martin1
Roy William Earl1
Squire Nuttall6
Thomas Arthur Rippon21
Victor Arthur Roe1
(Flight Engineer)Donald Harrington Craig1
George Brodie Sharpe50
Michael William Hanham1
Walter Stanley Mountford1
(Possibly) Charles Melville Fenwick1

BRYANT CREW
Phillips, Allerston, Bentley, Bryant, Sharpe, Kenwright, Booth
[Courtesy of Lisa Phillips]

Bordiss (RJ)

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

  1. 30/03/1944 Nuremberg
  2. 09/04/1944 Lille (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)Ronald John Bordiss2
(Navigator)Lionel Moore Talbot2
(Air Bomber)William Severs2
(Wireless Operator)Peter Alfred O’Brien2
(Air Gunner)Frederick Brynmor James2
Leslie Jackson1
Thomas Malcolm Holder1
(Flight Engineer)John Robertson2

BORDISS CREW
O,Brien, Talbot, Jackson, Bordiss, James, Robertson, Severs

Cranswick (AP)

AP Cranswick

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

  1. 14/02/1943 Cologne
  2. 16/02/1943 Lorient
  3. 18/02/1943 Wilhelmshaven
  4. 21/02/1943 Bremen
  5. 22/03/1943 St.Nazaire
  6. 14/04/1943 Stuttgart
  7. 16/04/1943 Pilsen
  8. 18/04/1943 Spezia
  9. 20/04/1943 Stettin
  10. 30/04/1943 Bocholt
  11. 04/05/1943 Rheine
  12. 23/05/1943 Dortmund
  13. 25/05/1943 Dusseldorf
  14. 29/05/1943 Wuppertal
  15. 16/06/1943 Cologne
  16. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot & Henri Paul
  17. 21/06/1943 Krefeld
  18. 13/07/1943 Aachen
  19. 15/07/1943 Montbéliard
  20. 02/08/1943 Hamburg
  21. 09/08/1943 Mannheim
  22. 10/08/1943 Nuremberg
  23. 12/08/1943 Turin
  24. 17/08/1943 Peenemunde
  25. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  26. 27/08/1943 Nuremberg
  27. 31/08/1943 Berlin
  28. 16/09/1943 Modane
  29. 23/09/1943 Mannheim
  30. 03/10/1943 Kassel
  31. 04/10/1943 Frankfurt
  32. 19/05/1944 Boulogne
  33. 21/05/1944 Duisburg
  34. 22/05/1944 Dortmund
  35. 24/05/1944 Aachen
  36. 28/05/1944 Mardick
  37. 07/06/1944 Foret De Cerisy
  38. 09/06/1944 Rennes
  39. 23/06/1944 Coubronne
  40. 24/06/1944 Rimeux
  41. 02/07/1944 Oisemont/Neuville Au Bois
  42. 04/07/1944 Villeneuve St.Georges (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)Alec Panton Cranswick42
(2nd Dickie)Colin Frazer Blundell2
Melville Max Victor Lewis Muller1
(Navigator)AT Williams9
Harold Leslie Hulme22
Reginald Herbert Kille11
(Air Bomber)Philip Richmond Burt4
Boris Oleh Bodnar1
Edward George Meredith7
William McRobbie30
(Set Operator) Alexander Watson Lister6
Albert Clement Michael Taylor5
(Wireless Operator)Daniel McKenzie26
Henry Randolph McMahon Stroud1
Robert John Bloom1
Wilfred Roland Horner10
 Harold John Rogers1
 Leonard Stewart Thorpe3
(Air Gunner) William James Simpson1
Alfred Harold Wood11
Eric McHugh Davies1
Ivor Lewis John Howard39
Jack Edward Stuart Matthews1
Morley Albert Arnott30
(Flight Engineer)Charles Erickson11
Frederick Edward Johnston31

Extract from WR Horner’s Flying Log Book (May 1944) [ Courtesy of Roger Ward]

Blundell (CF)

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

  1. 05/09/1943 Mannheim
  2. 15/09/1943 Montlucon
  3. 16/09/1943 Modane
  4. 22/09/1943 Hanover
  5. 27/09/1943 Hanover
  6. 03/11/1943 Dusseldorf
  7. 11/11/1943 Cannes
  8. 22/11/1943 Berlin
  9. 23/11/1943 Berlin
  10. 25/11/1943 Frankfurt
  11. 26/11/1943 Stuttgart
  12. 02/12/1943 Berlin
  13. 03/12/1943 Leipzig
  14. 20/12/1943 Frankfurt
  15. 20/01/1944 Berlin
  16. 21/01/1944 Magdeburg
  17. 27/01/1944 Heligoland
  18. 28/01/1944 Berlin (Aborted)
  19. 30/01/1944 Berlin
  20. 15/02/1944 Berlin (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)Colin Frazer Blundell20
(Navigator)Edmund Howard Williams1
Lumley Charles Lawless-Pyne1
Norman George Emery1
Patrick Baring Oates Ranalow12
Reginald Arthur  Ward1
Ronald Booth4
(Air Bomber)Albert Walter Bennett1
Charles Henry Pettit18
George Dennis Linacre1
(Wireless Operator)Reginald Moreton20
(Air Gunner)Douglas Edward John Stevens16
Harry Roy Lowman1
Jeffrey Eugene Pogonowski1
John Napier1
Randolph Rhodes5
Raymond Valentine Montigue Daniels1
Roy Horace Wells1
Wallace Edward Charles Dillow14
(Flight Engineer)Leslie Albert Hazell20

Bales (PR)

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

  1. 23/09/1943 Mannheim
  2. 27/09/1943 Hanover
  3. 29/09/1943 Bochum
  4. 04/10/1943 Frankfurt
  5. 08/10/1943 Bremen
  6. 11/11/1943 Cannes
  7. 17/11/1943 Mannheim
  8. 18/11/1943 Mannheim
  9. 20/12/1943 Frankfurt
  10. 22/12/1943 Special Target,France
  11. 29/12/1943 Berlin
  12. 02/01/1944 Berlin (Aborted)
  13. 14/01/1944 Special target
  14. 21/01/1944 Magdeburg (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)Peter Richard Bales14
(Navigator)Dennis Harold Kent14
(Air Bomber) Joseph William Wilkinson1
David Alton MacGregor13
(Wireless Operator)John Golding1
William John Gowdy13
(Air Gunner)George Ernest Grigg14
Leonard George William Watts13
(Flight Engineer)Alan John White1
Arthur George Page1
Frederick Buchan7
George Forman1
Joseph Rayton1
Richard John Twine1
Walter Stanley Mountford1

Photo Gallery

Brownlie (IMR)

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

  1. 14/01/1943 Lorient
  2. 15/01/1943 Lorient
  3. 16/01/1943 Berlin
  4. 17/01/1943 Berlin (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)Ian Morgan Rutherford Brownlie4
(Navigator)Jack Kenneth Corke4
(Air Bomber)Frederick Donald McColl4
(Wireless Operator)Frederick Arthur Braybrook4
(Air Gunner)Lawrence Rockliffe Adcock4
William Austin McMullan4
(Flight Engineer)Albert Mark Taylor4

Appleby (RRG)

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

  1. 11/06/1943 Munster
  2. 12/06/1943 Bochum
  3. 28/06/1943 Cologne
  4. 03/07/1943 Cologne
  5. 13/07/1943 Aachen
  6. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  7. 25/07/1943 Essen
  8. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  9. 29/07/1943 Hamburg
  10. 10/08/1943 Nuremberg
  11. 12/08/1943 Turin
  12. 16/08/1943 Turin
  13. 17/08/1943 Peenemunde
  14. 23/08/1943 Berlin
  15. 27/08/1943 Nuremberg
  16. 31/08/1943 Berlin
  17. 03/09/1943 Special target NW France
  18. 05/09/1943 Mannheim
  19. 15/09/1943 Montlucon
  20. 16/09/1943 Modane
  21. 03/10/1943 Kassel
  22. 04/10/1943 Frankfurt
  23. 08/10/1943 Bremen
  24. 22/10/1943 Kassel
  25. 22/11/1943 Berlin
  26. 23/11/1943 Berlin
  27. 25/11/1943 Frankfurt
  28. 26/11/1943 Stuttgart
  29. 20/12/1943 Frankfurt
  30. 23/12/1943 Berlin
  31. 29/12/1943 Berlin
  32. 02/01/1944 Berlin
  33. 05/01/1944 Stettin (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)Robert Reginald George Appleby33
(2nd Dickie)Colin Elton1
Ralph Blakey1
(Navigator)Dudley Peter David Archer13
Harold Leslie Hulme3
Norman George Emery17
(Air Bomber)Ernest Charles Nixon33
(Wireless Operator)Ivor Charles Redfearn33
(Air Gunner)Clifford George Bromham33
Donald Seymour James33
(Flight Engineer)Bernard Leo Robinson33

Back Row: James, Robinson, Bromham, Appleby, Redfearn / Front Row: Nixon, Emery
[Courtesy of Henry Pederson]

Casey (RF)

RF Casey

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that RF Casey was the Captain of a No. 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties:

  1. 25/06/1942 Bremen
  2. 27/06/1942 Orleans
  3. 29/06/1942 Bremen
  4. 02/07/1942 Bremen
  5. 08/07/1942 Wilhelmshaven
  6. 13/07/1942 Duisburg (Crashed on Landing)

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)Raymond Francis Casey6
(Navigator) Peter McGregor Jackson6
(Air Bomber)Walter Alfred Elliot2
Alfred James Brockway4
(WOP / AG)James Henry Janes6
(Air Gunner)– Bond4
Donald Robert Alexander6
Roy Frederick MacDonald2
(Flight Engineer)John Cyril Williams6

Davidson (AJF)

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

  1. 22/03/1943 St.Nazaire
  2. 26/03/1943 Duisburg
  3. 27/03/1943 Berlin
  4. 30/04/1943 Bocholt
  5. 12/05/1943 Duisburg
  6. 13/05/1943 Pilsen
  7. 25/05/1943 Dusseldorf
  8. 29/05/1943 Wuppertal
  9. 11/06/1943 Munster
  10. 16/06/1943 Cologne
  11. 19/06/1943 Le Creusot & Henri Paul
  12. 21/06/1943 Krefeld
  13. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  14. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  15. 29/07/1943 Hamburg
  16. 02/08/1943 Hamburg
  17. 10/08/1943 Nurnberg
  18. 12/08/1943 Turin
  19. 16/08/1943 Turin
  20. 17/08/1943 Peenemunde

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)Andrew James Fisher  Davidson20
(Navigator)Geoffrey Rhodes Whitten20
(Air Bomber) Samuel Rene Green20
(Wireless Operator)Robert John Bloom20
(Air Gunner) Bernard Harry Stanley20
 William James Simpson19
(Flight Engineer)Donald Harrington Craig7
George Henry Cross1
John Charles Goodson1
John Irvine Barrie2
Ronald Bound7
William McRae Sinclair2

Clarke (RJ)

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

  1. 12/12/1944 Essen
  2. 15/12/1944 Ludwigshafen
  3. 23/12/1944 Cologne (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)Richard Joseph Clarke3
(Navigator)Donald Russell Currie3
(Air Bomber)Joseph William Webb3
(Wireless Operator)Robert Keith Norsworthy3
(Air Gunner)James McGee3
Thomas Eugene Craddock3
(Flight Engineer)John Charles Mays3

Photo Gallery

Cheal (DJH)

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

  1. 11/11/1943 Cannes
  2. 03/12/1943 Leipzig (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)Bruce James Henry Cheal2
(Navigator)Eric Austin Alliston2
(Air Bomber)John Cecil Bonet2
(Wireless Operator)Peter Harold (Mornington) Smith2
(Air Gunner)Francis John Dimond2
John Andrew Whitmore McKenzie2
(Flight Engineer)Kenneth Holt2

Beazley (FHV)

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

  1. 15/12/1944 Ludwigshafen
  2. 17/12/1944 Duisburg (*)
  3. 24/12/1944 Cologne
  4. 02/01/1945 Nuremberg
  5. 06/01/1945 Hanau
  6. 13/01/1945 Saarbrucken
  7. 14/01/1945 Merseburg/Leuna
  8. 01/02/1945 Mainz
  9. 02/02/1945 Wanne Eickel

(*) It is worth noting that DFEC Dean flew as the “Captain of the aircraft” on 17th December 1944, with FHV Beazley shown in the record books as “2nd Pilot

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)Donald Frederick Edgar Charles Dean1
Frederick Henry Verner Beazley8
(2nd Pilot)Frederick Henry Verner Beazley1
(Navigator)Andrew Dougal Tait7
Colin John Alfred Ramsey2
(Air Bomber)Charles Doig6
Harry Breeze2
John Edward Hamblett1
(Wireless Operator)Percy Albert Gardner9
(Air Gunner)F Bales1
Gordon James Etheridge1
Leonard Arthur Edlin8
Roy William Earl8
(Flight Engineer)Charles Douglas Eric Seaton1
George Mason Titchmarsh8

BEAZLEY CREW
Doig, Earl, Edlin, Titchmarsh / Gardner, Beazley, Muntz*
[Courtesy of Paul Beazley]

* Photo taken whilst with 76 Squadron, Muntz did not get posted to 35 Squadron

Posting Dates

BeazleyFrederick Henry VernerIn From:76 Squadron08/11/1944
Out to:76 Squadron20/02/1945

Barnes (WG)

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

  1. 14/01/1944 Special target
  2. 28/01/1944 Berlin
  3. 19/02/1944 Leipzig
  4. 20/02/1944 Stuttgart (Crashed on Take-Off)
  5. 22/02/1944 Gardening (Aborted)
  6. 24/02/1944 Schweinfurt (Incident)

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)William George Barnes6
(Navigator)Herbert George Hornsby6
(Air Bomber)Albert Clement Michael Taylor4
David Shearer Stodart2
(Wireless Operator)Raymond Perkins6
(Air Gunner)Alistair Stuart McLaren6
Arthur Henry Weller1
Harry Roy Lowman1
Horace John Walker4
(Flight Engineer)Charles Erickson6

Bailey (LSM)

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

  1. 30/07/1944 Normandy
  2. 03/08/1944 Bois de Cassan
  3. 04/08/1944 Trossy-St-Maxim
  4. 06/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  5. 07/08/1944 Normandy
  6. 09/08/1944 Foret De Nieppe
  7. 14/08/1944 Falaise
  8. 15/08/1944 Le Culot
  9. 16/08/1944 Stettin
  10. 25/08/1944 Brest
  11. 27/08/1944 Homberg
  12. 11/09/1944 Gelsenkirchen
  13. 13/09/1944 Osnabruck
  14. 15/09/1944 Kiel
  15. 27/09/1944 Bottrop
  16. 05/10/1944 Saarbrucken
  17. 06/10/1944 Sterkrade
  18. 19/10/1944 Stuttgart
  19. 21/10/1944 Hanover
  20. 23/10/1944 Essen
  21. 25/10/1944 Essen
  22. 28/10/1944 Cologne
  23. 31/10/1944 Cologne
  24. 02/11/1944 Dusseldorf
  25. 04/11/1944 Bochum
  26. 16/11/1944 Duren
  27. 20/11/1944 Koblenz
  28. 21/11/1944 Aschaffenburg
  29. 05/12/1944 Soest
  30. 06/12/1944 Merseburg (Leuna)

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)Leonard Shaw Meadows Bailey30
(Navigator) Robert Thomas Johns30
(Air Bomber)Kenneth Allerston30
(Wireless Operator)Allan Raymond Marriott29
William McDonald1
(Air Gunner)Geoffrey Alwin Knapp28
George Paterson Thomson29
Raymond Terence Salvoni1
Reginald Martin Weller2
(Flight Engineer)Michael William Hanham30

Cheshire (F)

The Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that F Cheshire was the Captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft on the following sorties, prior to cessation of hostilities in Europe:

  1. 28/01/1945 Stuttgart
  2. 01/02/1945 Mainz
  3. 04/02/1945 Bonn
  4. 07/02/1945 Goch
  5. 13/02/1945 Dresden
  6. 14/02/1945 Chemnitz
  7. 23/02/1945 Pforzheim
  8. 07/03/1945 Hemmingstedt
  9. 08/03/1945 Hamburg
  10. 20/03/1945 Heide
  11. 03/04/1945 Nordhausen
  12. 04/04/1945 Leuna
  13. 09/04/1945 Kiel
  14. 10/04/1945 Plauen
  15. 14/04/1945 Potsdam
  16. 16/04/1945 Schwandorf
  17. 01/05/1945 Ypenburg (Operation Manna)

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)Francis Cheshire17
(Navigator)John Anthony Gardner1
Ralph Kirk Raper16
(Air Bomber)Kevin Juckes17
(Set Operator)J Akers1
(Wireless Operator)Donald Joseph Lawrence17
(Air Gunner)David McMillan17
SJ Smith17
(Flight Engineer)David Perkin Adamson17

It is known that some (or all) of these airmen continued to fly operationally with the squadron during the post war clean up, which included repatriation of POW and service personnel, Cooks Tours, testing of German radar and disposal of surplus incendiaries. However, the squadron’s record book only provides a summary of these activities and does not list the individual captains and crews that took part in these sorties.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  1. Crew served operationally with No. 158 Squadron prior to being posted to No. 35 Squadron

Baker (ET)

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

  1. 18/11/1943 Mannheim (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)Ernest Thomas Baker1
(Navigator)John Coates Riley1
(Air Bomber)Cyril George Stepney1
(Wireless Operator)Ralph Henry Wright1
(Air Gunner)Alfred Penfold1
Arthur Layton Smith1
(Flight Engineer)John Smith1

Ayres (RJ)

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

  1. 27/05/1943 Essen (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)Richard Joseph Ayres1
(Navigator)Arthur Haydn Porter1
(Air Bomber)Frank Charles Cleaver1
(Wireless Operator)Leslie James Miles1
(Air Gunner)Edward Cavill1
Leonard Marshall1
(Flight Engineer)Ronald Hageman1

Andrews (JW)

JW Andrews

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

  1. 21/06/1943 Krefeld (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)James Wesley Andrews1
(Navigator)David John Jones1
(Air Bomber)Frederick Vernon Barnard1
(Wireless Operator)Reginald Arthur Muldoon1
(Air Gunner)Neil Thomas MacAulay1
William Downie Robertson1
(Flight Engineer)Robert Matthew Scott1

Bradburn (G)

G Bradburn [Courtesy of Deborah Kieboom]

G Bradburn [Courtesy of Deborah Kieboom]

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

  1. 06/09/1944 Emden
  2. 11/09/1944 Gelsenkirchen (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 Bradburn2
(Navigator)Deryck Michael Denys Lambert2
(Air Bomber)James White2
(Wireless Operator)Arthur Thomas Britchford2
(Air Gunner)Frederick John Feakins2
Randolph Rhodes2
(Flight Engineer)Dennis Charles Prior2

Extract from DMD Lambert’s Flying Log Book (May 1944) [Courtesy of Dianne Lambert]

G Bradburn participated in three 2nd Dickie Flights (7th August, 12th August and 16th August 1944) before becoming captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Posting Dates

George Bradburn19/07/1944In From:41 Base
11/09/1944Out To:War Casualty

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Brown (JH)

No. 35 Squadron’s Operations Record Book shows that JH Brown participated in the following operational sorties as captain of a 35 Squadron aircraft.

  1. 08/09/1942 Frankfurt
  2. 10/09/1942 Dusseldorf
  3. 13/09/1942 Bremen
  4. 14/09/1942 Wilhelmshaven
  5. 19/09/1942 Saarbrucken
  6. 05/10/1942 Aachen
  7. 13/10/1942 Kiel
  8. 15/10/1942 Cologne
  9. 24/10/1942 Milan
  10. 20/11/1942 Turin
  11. 22/11/1942 Stuttgart
  12. 02/12/1942 Frankfurt
  13. 06/12/1942 Mannheim
  14. 08/12/1942 Turin
  15. 09/12/1942 Turin
  16. 30/01/1943 Hamburg
  17. 04/02/1943 Turin
  18. 11/02/1943 Wilhelmshaven
  19. 18/02/1943 Wilhelmshaven
  20. 19/02/1943 Wilhelmshaven
  21. 08/03/1943 Nuremberg (Failed to Return)

It is worth noting that JH Brown participated in one 2nd Dickie Flight on 11th August 1942 prior to becoming captain of an aircraft.

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)John Hilton Brown21
(Navigator)Gomer Donald Waterer21
(Air Bomber)Albert George Murray Coulam21
(Set Operator)Dudley Peter David Archer2
(Wireless Operator)David Aitken Sibbald21
(Air Gunner)John Napoleon Barry2
Patrick Flynn19
Stanley Seymour Vinicombe21
(Flight Engineer)Alan Tacey18
Albert Edward Waddicor2
John Maurice Mitchell1

BROWN (JH) CREW
Brown, Tacey, Waterer, Flynn, Sibbald, Vinicombe, Coulam
[Courtesy of Colin Lindsey]

Arter (AE)

AE Arter

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

  1. 09/07/1943 Gelsenkirchen
  2. 24/07/1943 Hamburg
  3. 25/07/1943 Essen
  4. 27/07/1943 Hamburg
  5. 29/07/1943 Hamburg
  6. 30/07/1943 Remscheid
  7. 09/08/1943 Mannheim
  8. 12/08/1943 Turin
  9. 16/08/1943 Turin
  10. 23/08/1943 Berlin (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)Albert Ernest Arter10
(2nd Dickie)Brian Guinness Glover2
Randall Vincent Jones1
(Navigator)Roy Horsburgh10
(Air Bomber)Duncan McIntyre Miller10
(Wireless Operator)Allan Roland Ball10
(Air Gunner)John Joseph Butler10
Peter Golding Boyce10
(Flight Engineer)Edwin George Cooper10

Posting Dates

ArterAlbert ErnestIn From:77 Squadron24/06/1943
Out to:War Casualty23/08/1943

Archibald (WB)

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

  1. 07/11/1941 Essen
  2. 09/11/1941 Hamburg
  3. 25/11/1941 Brest
  4. 18/12/1941 Brest
  5. 30/12/1941 Brest
  6. 06/01/1942 Brest
  7. 08/01/1942 Brest
  8. 08/03/1942 Essen
  9. 13/03/1942 Cologne (Crashed on Landing)
  10. 30/03/1942 Battleship (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)William Bruce Archibald10
(2nd Pilot)Herbert Gordon Badger Mays5
Leslie John Nelmes4
Major King1
(Observer)Geoffrey Hillam Gurr Murray7
Leslie John Percival Foster1
Ronald Ernest Cheesman2
(WOP / AG)Archibald McCulloch McLaren10
James Frederick Staff3
Russell James Gibson Jones7
(Air Gunner)Douglas Francis10
(Flight Engineer)Samuel Palmer10

Adkins (AEC)

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

  1. 14/08/1941 Magdeburg
  2. 16/08/1941 Cologne
  3. 24/08/1941 Dusseldorf
  4. 28/08/1941 Duisburg (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)Arthur Edward Charles Adkins4
(2nd Pilot)Charles James Pearson4
(Observer)Harold Brelsford4
(WOP / AG)Alfred James Manning4
Herbert Thompson3
Maurice Victor Wakeling1
(Air Gunner)Alfred William Rose4
(Flight Engineer)Frederick William Hill4