115 Squadron
1940 - 1945

24 June 1941

Wellington Mk IC - T2963 - KO-A

T/O Marham 2259. Target: Kiel.

On return the pilot tried to land by aid of a Lorenz Beam but due to faulty equipment and low fuel reserves an emergency landing was made at Debach, 3 miles NW of Woodbridge, Suffolk. The aircraft collided with Moat House council dwellings.

Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan

Sharpe - Pilot

P/O - Service No

Survived

Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan

Tingley Frederick Ernest - 2nd Pilot

Sgt - Service No 919073

Age: 23 - injured, Died on 25 June of this injuries.

RAFVR

Son of Frederick Ernest and Elizabeth Tingley.
Husband of Phyllis Tingley, of Walthamstow.

City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, Manor Park - East Ham, Essex. - Square 285. Grave 109687

Source: CWGC

Brittan - Observer

Sgt - Service No

Survived

Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan

Taylor - W.Op.

Sgt - Service No

Survived

Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan

Steele - FG

Sgt - Service No

Survived

Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan

Chandler - RG

Sgt - Service No

Serious leg, head and arm injuries. Survived.

Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan - The Wellington Bomber, Martin W Bowman - page 100.)