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Aircraft was dismantled at the site and removed to Dundalk barracks by the 27 Dec. Later bought by the Air Corps, renumbered No. I couldn't find a loss card for this in RAF Museum.

Proctor escaped from internment in July Proctor was an Engineering Officer from the Squadron and rose to the rank of Flight Lieutenant in Covington was released in October as part of the general release.

He returned to combat duty with the RAF until the end of the war, his story is told here at this link.

AM Form 78 via M. Gleeson; Dwyer p. Kearns, An Cosantoir, Oct. Antrim Donegal Glenard Hill, E. This area is to the north of Schull.

The sole survivor, Mohaus, was hospitalized with burn injuries for two and a half years. A local woman Mary Nugent was awarded by the German government for assisting Hohaus with his injuries.

The February 8, Southern Star carried a large front page article describing the circumstances of the crash. The five dead crew men are buried in Glencree Volksbund site.

Some printed sources have claimed it was damaged by flak from an Allied convoy at sea, but information researched by others suggests this is not the case.

Allen p. Machine gun fire from the trawlers brought down thsi aircraft which crashed nearby. One survivor was seen to get out onto a wing but continuing attacks by the other aircraft prevented the trawlers rescuing anyone.

Only the body of Fw. Schultz was recovered when he was found floating in Kenmare Bay. He was buried locally but was later moved to Glencree Cemetery, Wicklow.

Rister was killed by fire from the ship. Remaining crew were forced to put down on the beach and then destroyed the aircraft.

The four survivors were interned for the remainder of the war. Believed to be based on older research. Toni Böhner was the only airman whose remains were recovered from this incident and he is buried in Glencree Cemetery.

An Irish Army report exists for this date. I; Robertson p. Aircraft had been flying on a practice flight from Kemble, Gloster, when on the return journey the pilot got caught in bad weather and then ran low of fuel.

The landing took place on the sands while tide was out. The pilot was a Polish pilot who was interned in the Curragh until October Anti Aircraft fire damaged the aircraft and wounded the navigator, Lt Grau.

The aircraft were found then by Hurricanes of Polish Squadron who targeted this aircraft and caused her such damage that her captain opted to make for Ireland.

The crew were interned for the duration of the war but Lt Grau was repatriated via Sweden during due to his injuries.

MacCarron p. Quinn p. PJ Cummins does not identify this aircraft. April 10, Saro A. All but one crew man were taken to Finner Camp.

Aircraft in the area for about 5 hours. Refueled by fuel from RAF trucks which delivered 16 5 gallon tins to Beleek at Force landed at ? Flew Bundoran to Lough Erne at that evening.

Gleeson Feb. Last sortie in Stranraer to ferry petrol to Lerwick of No. Stranraer arrived in time to see crew taken into custody.

Irish Army report however does not seem to mention this aircraft arriving or fuel being supplied from it, see Lerwick L entry above, report states fuel came from trucks via Beleek.

Aeroplane April states this was Sqn's last sortie with the aircraft type and mentions fuel also. It also states that aircraft was assigned to 10 OTU on this date.

Code from this Aeroplane article, April Lenan Fort sent a search party who found the aircraft and went back to the fort for Aircraft had broken in two in the crash.

Due to weather conditions no guard was posted that night. Early next morning Irish Army team went to the site with British officers in civilian clothes.

The bodies were removed down the mountain that day. They were kept at Fort Dunree until April 12, when they were handed over the border with full military honours.

Cattley confirms it was not D; Robertson p. Baronowski took off from West Freugh near Stranraer on a practice flight.

He ran short of fuel and was forced to put the aircraft down in a field belonging to Mr. Halley in Corbally, Tramore at The aircraft had been observed some 45 minutes prior in the area.

The pilot was conveyed to Kildare and interned there until October Weather conditions were good. Irish army was at the time in contact with the British authorities and became aware that the crew had made their way to RUC stations in Northern Ireland.

A large crowd of civilians was reported at the scene that morning. ORB which also allude to Banner being part of crew but the official records are in error.

Clayton was missing, killed in action Jul Bailey may be Brian Herbert Bailey, killed on active service in in a flying accident in England.

Cummins does not ID this aircraft. No bodies recovered or this date. The aircraft crashed in the sea with only two survivors. The survivors were interned, while only the remains of Ofw Seyfried were recovered from the sea, being washed ashore afterwards.

Crash landed in field adjacent to Leopards Town race course. Crew interned after flight from Gibraltar to St.

Verity and Holgate escaped in July Barnett was released in The German aircraft, while seeming to attempt to ditch at sea or crash land instead struck the shore and was destroyed.

Having searched for the damaged bomber after breaking off contact he ran low on fuel and finding himself over Ireland rather than Wales elected to make a forced landing.

The aircraft was not badly damaged and was bought by the Irish Government and became aircraft No. It was later returned to the RAF when a batch of Hurricane fighters was delivered in I and I took serial number from here.

Running low on fuel the pilot chose to make an emergency landing and found himself in Meath, Ireland.

The aircraft was recovered and bought by the Irish government. It became No. Sgt Tees was interned.

The aircraft was returned to the RAF in when new Hurricanes were delivered. Sgt Tees was released from internment in October The German crew destroyed their aircraft after crash landing the plane and were interned in the Curragh camp.

Part of Convoy OS4. Aircraft landed at about A man visiting the area met the crew on the beach, showed them were they were and helped to turn them about on the beach.

Taking off again at about , the aircraft flew onto the Eglington base in NI which was being built. Crew not interned as the aircraft departed beofre authorities got to it.

Weather was extremely bad, heavy rain and strong wind. There is no mention in this report of fuel being supplied, had any of the authorities known of the landing its likely the crew would have been interned.

This aircraft suffered an engine failure while returning from a convoy escort mission. Sgt Webster ditched in sea sucessfully but Sgt Woodman was severely injured after being thrown from the aircraft.

Brady and Webster brought him to the life raft and they were picked up by a passing fisherman J Lawlor some hours later. Sgt Woodman died the next day in Hospital.

He is buried in Mallow, Cork. Sgt Webster escaped from internment in April and returned to his former unit, Squadron where he converted to the Beaufighter aircraft.

He failed to return from a recon mission on July 24, He passed away in He visited visited Ireland before his death to visit the grave of Sgt Woodman.

He is credited with supplying the photo of his crew in the book, Flight Into Yesterday. IC; Photo MacCarron p. Dalton was killed in action in Sep having escaped from internment in Aug ; Virtue died in Jun from natural causes after being released from internment in Mar Martyn Typo correction; M.

He had taken part in many of the escape attempts. He had suffered one previous landing accident days before this landing and following his return to service in , suffered another two aircraft crashes in December , one going off the side of HMS Argus with Sqn.

Paiod from Maidenhead helped with Garlow details. IMA B33 ; Quinn p. Kerry, due to engine failure. Kennedy, GNI, Pg describes background to incident.

Contacted family friends of K C Nutt in III; Robertson p. Journal , S. The details he gives for 5th March match those for April 15th.

The volunteer on duty reported it as a Catalina. Local men took to sea in a rowing boat to try get tot he aircraft but after three hours had to give up due to snow and terrible weather conditions.

A british destroyer arrived alter and the men reportedly seen on the aircraft were rescued. This was reported back to the Irish military.

IMA B36; Quinn p. Appeared to overshoot the chosen landing spot and went though hedges and boulders. Thomas and Rawcliffe brought to NI on 14th, the remainder by ambulance on the 19th.

Wreckage brought to Baldonell on 19 March. Newspapers of March 14 carried a government announcment. IV; Photo MacCarron p.

Was trying to equip with Liberators at this time. The crew were interned. Morton Son Richard confirmed his fathers details in , log book pages, etc.

Flypast Jan gives some details. Photo of Newlove in Globe and Mail newspaper, Kearns article in Flying in Ireland Dec.

Kearns, Bendrey recorded as Benderly by Army it seems; Dwyer p. Crabb's widow M Mills, Oct. Clare corr.

He sucumbed to his injuries enroute to hospital after the incident. A memorial was raised in Ratoath in to the pilot.

Mentioned on Air Crew Remembered Website. Jozef, por. Deemed to be outside territorial waters. Crew seen to rescued by armed trawler.

The Irish authorities understood the aircraft was a Wellington. The ORB of 7 O. F No Captain W C Milton with nine crew and two passengers, made a forced landing in the sea of Magilligan Point after a Transatlantic flight, and sank at about hours.

Two anti-submarine trawlers rescused the crew. Grenna Engineer Officer and a signal was sent regarding suspected sabotage. The crew were uninjured and were taken by air in a Douglas D.

This loss was recorded as a loss of a Wellington from 7 O. The ORB for the training unit however lists no such loss. Two of the crew became prisoners within months while another six were killed in action.

Kramarinko was taken prisoner when his aircraft was shot down over Holland on 5 April Kessler also became a POW when his aircraft was lost on 21 May The story of the finding of the wreckage of and contacting some of her surviving crew members is told on the Inishowen Sub-Aqua Club website.

Crew had reported an engine out early in the morning, nothing further heard from them. Second photo is the Ventura though, note door layout and no windows forward it.

Unit '21 Ferry Control'? Koval advised Christian names of Fuller Sept. Minor injuries to crew, not mentioned when they were handed across the border.

Both Canadians were killed on 3 April in a Sqn flying accident. Plane moved to Baldonnel and flown out on December 22nd by another Pilot.

Yahne; MacCarron p. Gleeson, Flypast Sep. Some small salvage but remainder destroyed by Army on 26th December.

Sgt ; December 23, - 2nd Lt. Arthur V. Brodhead, Jr - 1 - Ju88; M. VA Grave locator? Plans were being made for dealing with the wreckage when the pontoon refloated on morning of 21 Jan.

It was later towed into Derry next day. British officers reported it had come from a sunken ship at the beginning of December Aircraft was mounted on and large metal pontoon and wrapped against salt water; MacCarron p.

Gleeson assisted with search. Reece information received. Kirschner took off as part of a five aircraft flight from Lands End, England on a 6 to 7 hour flight to Port Lyautey, French Morocco following a B navigation plane.

Out over the Bay of Biscay they ran into a severe line squall and the flight broke up while attempting to penetrate. Kirschner tried to return to England, while one other pilot bailed out over Portugal and another was shot down by a Luftwaffe heavy fighter.

Kirschner ended up over Ireland while attempting to return to England. The aircraft was salvaged by the 12th of March, when it was handed over the border.

P J Cummins describes this incident in his book in Chapter He later served with the th Fighter Group in England and flew 52 missions.

He remained in the Air Force after the war and served in Germany for a time. He was injured in a car accident in the 's and passed away in , aged 52, a retired Air Force Major.

His nephew Lance Shawver provided the attached photo which shows Charles probably from his high school days.

NA File A. They were returning from a bombing raid on Lorient, France. Koval advised Christian names August , thanks! Incident was not ''several months' later.

Crew were handed over the border at that night. Aircraft short on fuel and wireless failure. Franklin advised names of Meyer and Wheeler, also the people on the armyairforces forum; M.

WADE Jr. Ward of the 96th BGA email Oct. Further details from AAF message forum, B. Beasley, crew mentioned in book 'Snetterton Eagles'; MacCarron p.

Local people and newspapers mixed up teh 16 June landing of a British aircraft with Harry Ford's request for information about his Donegal landing.

People mixed up the two events and thus this May 2nd event was born. The crew were met by guests from the nearby hotel and were dispatched across the border.

The aircraft was dismantled and sent across border. The crew went on to th Bomb Group and eight of them were either killed in action or became POW's in the following months.

John Semach evaded capture and made it back to England. He had visited the wrong town, Portnablagh, based on the memories of locals who were actually recalling the landing of a British Hudson aircraft in June , see above.

Crash landed on beach when short of fuel. Flight crew not recorded therein. M O'Toole book 'Cleared for Disaster' discuss' crash.

The incident is presented in detail at this Memorial Website from German. Harper from AVIA crash report and his personnel research. Neither list tallies.

Six names found on CWGC site. WO Escape and Evasion indices contain 5 of the survivors names, E. Martyn confirming Depree's name.

Contact with French and Larch Families, M A Roth files from Swiss Foreign service. Emails from K Frazer, daughter of T. Allitt, Lumby, Larche , Frith Family, G.

LDF were at scene prior to military from Fort Berehaven. Bodies were recovered and broght down the mountain and handed over the border 29 August with guard of honour from 8 Inf.

Military salvaged items over the next few days and unexploded weapons andn large parts of the wreckage were blown up.

Memorial plaques were unveiled in by the WRGI. Owen's nephew M. Owen was the third crew man. Thread raised on nantlle.

Mar 06 ; Cummins Ch. Were planning to ditch but saw land. They were refueled and took off again at to NI. They were refueled and left the next day.

It shows the American airmen with members of the irish Defense Forces at Rinneanana. Co-pilot Jesse Harrison is 4th from the right in the back row.

They had reported engine trouble and that they were returning to base. Strong sea conditions were reported at the time. This loss not recorded by Irish military hence not an 'Irish' crash as such.

None of the crew members were recovered. Mendoza in ; Barbara daughter of Walch in ; families of Fox, Wallace and Vincent all contacted Thought to be a mix up of the Sligo crash and the January 24 crash in Mayo.

Nenagh Portroe, Dromineer, 0 8 "Oblt. Bruno ARNDT" Having flown around the west coast for some time the aircraft made a forced landing having run low on fuel and with engine problems.

The crew interned in Curragh that night. IMA B79; Quinn p. Johnston - - - ; MacCarron p. Armed for a patrol mission. All of the airmen are buried in Northern Ireland.

Some wreckage still exists on the site. This loss was off Northern Ireland but left here for record purposes.

Not an Irish crash by any means.

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The aircraft crashed in the sea with only two survivors. The survivors were interned, while only the remains of Ofw Seyfried were recovered from the sea, being washed ashore afterwards.

Crash landed in field adjacent to Leopards Town race course. Crew interned after flight from Gibraltar to St. Verity and Holgate escaped in July Barnett was released in The German aircraft, while seeming to attempt to ditch at sea or crash land instead struck the shore and was destroyed.

Having searched for the damaged bomber after breaking off contact he ran low on fuel and finding himself over Ireland rather than Wales elected to make a forced landing.

The aircraft was not badly damaged and was bought by the Irish Government and became aircraft No. It was later returned to the RAF when a batch of Hurricane fighters was delivered in I and I took serial number from here.

Running low on fuel the pilot chose to make an emergency landing and found himself in Meath, Ireland.

The aircraft was recovered and bought by the Irish government. It became No. Sgt Tees was interned. The aircraft was returned to the RAF in when new Hurricanes were delivered.

Sgt Tees was released from internment in October The German crew destroyed their aircraft after crash landing the plane and were interned in the Curragh camp.

Part of Convoy OS4. Aircraft landed at about A man visiting the area met the crew on the beach, showed them were they were and helped to turn them about on the beach.

Taking off again at about , the aircraft flew onto the Eglington base in NI which was being built.

Crew not interned as the aircraft departed beofre authorities got to it. Weather was extremely bad, heavy rain and strong wind.

There is no mention in this report of fuel being supplied, had any of the authorities known of the landing its likely the crew would have been interned.

This aircraft suffered an engine failure while returning from a convoy escort mission. Sgt Webster ditched in sea sucessfully but Sgt Woodman was severely injured after being thrown from the aircraft.

Brady and Webster brought him to the life raft and they were picked up by a passing fisherman J Lawlor some hours later. Sgt Woodman died the next day in Hospital.

He is buried in Mallow, Cork. Sgt Webster escaped from internment in April and returned to his former unit, Squadron where he converted to the Beaufighter aircraft.

He failed to return from a recon mission on July 24, He passed away in He visited visited Ireland before his death to visit the grave of Sgt Woodman.

He is credited with supplying the photo of his crew in the book, Flight Into Yesterday. IC; Photo MacCarron p. Dalton was killed in action in Sep having escaped from internment in Aug ; Virtue died in Jun from natural causes after being released from internment in Mar Martyn Typo correction; M.

He had taken part in many of the escape attempts. He had suffered one previous landing accident days before this landing and following his return to service in , suffered another two aircraft crashes in December , one going off the side of HMS Argus with Sqn.

Paiod from Maidenhead helped with Garlow details. IMA B33 ; Quinn p. Kerry, due to engine failure. Kennedy, GNI, Pg describes background to incident.

Contacted family friends of K C Nutt in III; Robertson p. Journal , S. The details he gives for 5th March match those for April 15th.

The volunteer on duty reported it as a Catalina. Local men took to sea in a rowing boat to try get tot he aircraft but after three hours had to give up due to snow and terrible weather conditions.

A british destroyer arrived alter and the men reportedly seen on the aircraft were rescued. This was reported back to the Irish military.

IMA B36; Quinn p. Appeared to overshoot the chosen landing spot and went though hedges and boulders. Thomas and Rawcliffe brought to NI on 14th, the remainder by ambulance on the 19th.

Wreckage brought to Baldonell on 19 March. Newspapers of March 14 carried a government announcment. IV; Photo MacCarron p.

Was trying to equip with Liberators at this time. The crew were interned. Morton Son Richard confirmed his fathers details in , log book pages, etc.

Flypast Jan gives some details. Photo of Newlove in Globe and Mail newspaper, Kearns article in Flying in Ireland Dec.

Kearns, Bendrey recorded as Benderly by Army it seems; Dwyer p. Crabb's widow M Mills, Oct. Clare corr. He sucumbed to his injuries enroute to hospital after the incident.

A memorial was raised in Ratoath in to the pilot. Mentioned on Air Crew Remembered Website. Jozef, por.

Deemed to be outside territorial waters. Crew seen to rescued by armed trawler. The Irish authorities understood the aircraft was a Wellington. The ORB of 7 O.

F No Captain W C Milton with nine crew and two passengers, made a forced landing in the sea of Magilligan Point after a Transatlantic flight, and sank at about hours.

Two anti-submarine trawlers rescused the crew. Grenna Engineer Officer and a signal was sent regarding suspected sabotage.

The crew were uninjured and were taken by air in a Douglas D. This loss was recorded as a loss of a Wellington from 7 O.

The ORB for the training unit however lists no such loss. Two of the crew became prisoners within months while another six were killed in action.

Kramarinko was taken prisoner when his aircraft was shot down over Holland on 5 April Kessler also became a POW when his aircraft was lost on 21 May The story of the finding of the wreckage of and contacting some of her surviving crew members is told on the Inishowen Sub-Aqua Club website.

Crew had reported an engine out early in the morning, nothing further heard from them. Second photo is the Ventura though, note door layout and no windows forward it.

Unit '21 Ferry Control'? Koval advised Christian names of Fuller Sept. Minor injuries to crew, not mentioned when they were handed across the border.

Both Canadians were killed on 3 April in a Sqn flying accident. Plane moved to Baldonnel and flown out on December 22nd by another Pilot.

Yahne; MacCarron p. Gleeson, Flypast Sep. Some small salvage but remainder destroyed by Army on 26th December.

Sgt ; December 23, - 2nd Lt. Arthur V. Brodhead, Jr - 1 - Ju88; M. VA Grave locator? Plans were being made for dealing with the wreckage when the pontoon refloated on morning of 21 Jan.

It was later towed into Derry next day. British officers reported it had come from a sunken ship at the beginning of December Aircraft was mounted on and large metal pontoon and wrapped against salt water; MacCarron p.

Gleeson assisted with search. Reece information received. Kirschner took off as part of a five aircraft flight from Lands End, England on a 6 to 7 hour flight to Port Lyautey, French Morocco following a B navigation plane.

Out over the Bay of Biscay they ran into a severe line squall and the flight broke up while attempting to penetrate.

Kirschner tried to return to England, while one other pilot bailed out over Portugal and another was shot down by a Luftwaffe heavy fighter.

Kirschner ended up over Ireland while attempting to return to England. The aircraft was salvaged by the 12th of March, when it was handed over the border.

P J Cummins describes this incident in his book in Chapter He later served with the th Fighter Group in England and flew 52 missions.

He remained in the Air Force after the war and served in Germany for a time. He was injured in a car accident in the 's and passed away in , aged 52, a retired Air Force Major.

His nephew Lance Shawver provided the attached photo which shows Charles probably from his high school days. NA File A.

They were returning from a bombing raid on Lorient, France. Koval advised Christian names August , thanks! Incident was not ''several months' later.

Crew were handed over the border at that night. Aircraft short on fuel and wireless failure. Franklin advised names of Meyer and Wheeler, also the people on the armyairforces forum; M.

WADE Jr. Ward of the 96th BGA email Oct. Further details from AAF message forum, B. Beasley, crew mentioned in book 'Snetterton Eagles'; MacCarron p.

Local people and newspapers mixed up teh 16 June landing of a British aircraft with Harry Ford's request for information about his Donegal landing.

People mixed up the two events and thus this May 2nd event was born. The crew were met by guests from the nearby hotel and were dispatched across the border.

The aircraft was dismantled and sent across border. The crew went on to th Bomb Group and eight of them were either killed in action or became POW's in the following months.

John Semach evaded capture and made it back to England. He had visited the wrong town, Portnablagh, based on the memories of locals who were actually recalling the landing of a British Hudson aircraft in June , see above.

Crash landed on beach when short of fuel. Flight crew not recorded therein. M O'Toole book 'Cleared for Disaster' discuss' crash.

The incident is presented in detail at this Memorial Website from German. Harper from AVIA crash report and his personnel research.

Neither list tallies. Six names found on CWGC site. WO Escape and Evasion indices contain 5 of the survivors names, E.

Martyn confirming Depree's name. Contact with French and Larch Families, M A Roth files from Swiss Foreign service.

Emails from K Frazer, daughter of T. Allitt, Lumby, Larche , Frith Family, G. LDF were at scene prior to military from Fort Berehaven. Bodies were recovered and broght down the mountain and handed over the border 29 August with guard of honour from 8 Inf.

Military salvaged items over the next few days and unexploded weapons andn large parts of the wreckage were blown up. Memorial plaques were unveiled in by the WRGI.

Owen's nephew M. Owen was the third crew man. Thread raised on nantlle. Mar 06 ; Cummins Ch. Were planning to ditch but saw land.

They were refueled and took off again at to NI. They were refueled and left the next day. It shows the American airmen with members of the irish Defense Forces at Rinneanana.

Co-pilot Jesse Harrison is 4th from the right in the back row. They had reported engine trouble and that they were returning to base.

Strong sea conditions were reported at the time. This loss not recorded by Irish military hence not an 'Irish' crash as such.

None of the crew members were recovered. Mendoza in ; Barbara daughter of Walch in ; families of Fox, Wallace and Vincent all contacted Thought to be a mix up of the Sligo crash and the January 24 crash in Mayo.

Nenagh Portroe, Dromineer, 0 8 "Oblt. Bruno ARNDT" Having flown around the west coast for some time the aircraft made a forced landing having run low on fuel and with engine problems.

The crew interned in Curragh that night. IMA B79; Quinn p. Johnston - - - ; MacCarron p. Armed for a patrol mission. All of the airmen are buried in Northern Ireland.

Some wreckage still exists on the site. This loss was off Northern Ireland but left here for record purposes. Not an Irish crash by any means.

MacFarlane Antrim; Basic details on www. Impartial Reporter article Crew appear to have gone on to the th Bomb Group minus Stanley. Donegal Mullaghnadress, Cloughan, Bluestack Mtns.

They had small injuries and were looked after by local Red Cross and Jubilee nurses. Died May Form 78; IMA B83 but dated as Carburettor needed replacement following a fire while starting up on the 7th Feb.

A replacement was flown in with repair crew from NI in Oxford aircraft. Flew out on 10th of Feb. The crew of this aircraft were themselves shot down over England on April 22, three losing their lives with the th Bomb Group , see website.

Flew out on 10th February. Aircraft suffered an accident on February 19th at Maghaberry, NI. They were able to supply photos. All crew slightly injured but were able to be handed over the border on 21 February.

They went on to serve with the rd Bomb Group. The aircraft was blown up on Feb 24th; The pilots story and a photo of the crew are shown on the BG website.

Charles A. A runway was cleared for a low weight take off. Took of and flew to Baldonnal on 23 Feb. Refueled and took off after only 4 hours on the ground.

Aircraft went on to serve with nd BG and later crashed. The crew men all appear to have been posted with Air Transport Command and hence may not have served in combat.

Refueled and departed at Crew went on to nd BG where all but two lost their live in combat 24 April See Feb.

Fydenchuk supplied info on Woodard and Foreman; M. Gleeson NMAJ ; uswarplanes. Smithson's body was washed up in Derrygimbla, near Clifden, some months later and is buried there.

Gleeson information; Robertson p. III or L. Refueled and returned the same day. Locals reported that an aircraft made a landing and departed very quickly afterwards.

Locals thought it was a single engine two seater aircraft. Travers letters 07, S. O'Brien of Skiberreen letters. Fishermen recovered only the body of Carr.

Was seen accompanied by another aircraft which flew on when this aircraft crashlanded. The pilot was evacuated over border next day.

The damaged aircraft was salvaged and sent over the border on 10 May USAAF file contains very little information. Russell Hodge was a veteran B bomber co-pilot who had completed his tour of duty with the th Bomb Group.

He came from Wisconsin and passed away in Names confirmed on that site and ancestry. June 19, Consolidated Liberator GR. Hit high ground on far north of Inishowen Peninsula while area was blanketed in cloud at about 2pm.

A memorial rests across from the Drunken Duck pub outside Greencastle. NA site. Donegal Glengad Head, Inishowen Penn. A memorial plaque rests outside the Drunken Duck Pub outside Greencastle.

Martyn info on JK Logan Aug. Plane overturned and the pilot was assisted by local turf cutting TDB employees.

The Pilot was accomodated in Baldonnel for the night and passed across the border the following day. Aircraft fully salvaged by 29 Sept.

He may have been assigned to the 7th PRG at the time. Iris Dillon passed away in Colorado in December Martyn info Mar. Greenwood and Cornwell's bodies recovered from the sea some time after the crash.

Flying from Goose Bay. The sea conditions made it difficult for crew to reach the one life raft which could be launched. Five 5 survivors reach Galway on September 16 after 36 hours afloat.

One man, Beckwith, died in raft. Crew kept in Clifden Hospital until the 21 September. They were flown home from Lough Neagh on October 1. The aircraft was loaded for a bombing raid and thus raised massive concerns for the authorities in the areas it overflew.

The story was carried by the Western People newspaper and many American newspapers in the days that followed. Crew names from J Howard, nd BG historian.

The crew all survived the bail out and were rescused by a launch. October 4, Vickers Wellington G. Martyn Info Aug. This p.

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