3/4 April 1941
Wellington Mk IC - R1470 - KO-H
|T/O Marham 1847. Target: Warships at Brest, France.
Shot down by a Ju 88c intruder, Lt. Heinz Volker I./NJG 2. Crashed 0120 on marshland at Ongar, Terrington St. Clement, 5 miles W of King's Lynn.
It was on this night that 4,000lb bombs were used operationally for the first time when they were dropped on Emden.
Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan - The Wellington Bomber by Martin W Bowman - No Place for Chivalry by Alastair Goodrum
|Thompson Constantinos Marios - Pilot
Sgt - Service No 967101
Son of Demosthenes and Helene Tchaoussoglou (née Kevendjogl), of Fallowfield, Manchester. Husband of Eileen May Thompson.
Manchester Southern Cemetery - Sec. E. Nonconformist. Grave 1535
|Chard Humphrey Yule - 2nd Pilot
Sgt - Service No 904176
Age: 21 - ° 1919 in Chelsea.
Son of Lt.-Col. William Wheaton Chard and Emily Maud Chard, of Brighton, Sussex.
Marham Churchyard, Holy Trinity - Grave 62
He previously attended Yardley Court School and Eastbourne College.
Source: CWGC - Photo via www.tonbridgehistory.org
|Barnett Stewart Sidney - Observer
P/O - Service No 84726
Son of Harry and Lily Barnett of Paddington, London.
Marham Churchyard, Holy Trinity - Grave 61
Source: CWGC - Photo via Find a gave, by Richard Gray
| Sherman John Stephen Christopher - W.Op./Air Gnr.
Sgt - Service No 942020
Son of Edith Elizabeth Sherman. of Coxtie Green.
Bentley Common Churchyard, St. Paul - Brentwood Brentwood Borough Essex
Source: GWGC - Photo via Find a grave, aby buttershap
Sgt - Service No 937434
Son of Joseph Henry and Emily Keetley, of Trowell, Nottinghamshire.
Runnymede Memorial - panel 46
Source: CWGC Photo of wooden plaque, Trowell St Helen
|Russel - rear Gnr
Sgt - Service No
Survived, badly injured and found several hours later. Died later of exposure.
Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan