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Doug Pinkerton
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70.68.79.96

ZA X bb324

March 17 2005, 2:47 AM 

Hi Ian,
I would love to see any pictures you have of ZA X BB324 and of Melbourne. My Uncle was Sgt Pilot R. M. Pinkerton. He was the last pilot of ZA X bb324, shot down 23 June 1943. Please e-mail anything you have to dpinkerton@shaw.ca Thanks

Doug Pinkerton

 
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Nicola Carter
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86.129.255.6

ZA-X BB324 Sgt Pinkerton, Captain

May 7 2012, 12:29 PM 

Hello Doug,
Your relative flew as 2nd pilot with P/O Jack Denton and I would love you to send me an email so that I can ask you a bit more about him.

 
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bill krarup
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81.158.0.40

Halifax jd119

February 11 2006, 6:25 AM 

I'm trying to find out more about Halifax jd119 of 10 Squadron Melbourne which I believe crashed at Elkington, Northants on 20 August 1943. Can anyone help? Many thanks

 
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Martin Knott
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2.24.133.135

Ten Squadron

June 12 2016, 7:40 PM 

My Dad, Bill Knott was tail gunner inJD119. He last flew in her on 30th July 1943. He had flown in her with F.Lt Woods five times in July 1943. Ops were Hamburg three times.
I hope this is of interest.
Martin

 
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Jim Chadwick
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109.145.80.130

Halifax HR691 10 SQN

July 21 2011, 7:53 AM 

I've just spotted this message whilst doing some research on my wife's cousin who flew with 10 SQN in 1943. I know he flew in ZA-K and I believe he will be shown in the photographs in your database. We do have one of him standing in front of KIWI.

Would it be possible to have access to the photographs of HR691, please? It would be much appreciated.

Regards.

 
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John Barlow.
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86.162.155.201

Enquiry about Halifax DT 784.

March 21 2013, 10:07 AM 

Hi, My Father was the mid upper gunnner on Halifax DT784. His skipper was Flight Sergeant
Arthur Morley [ RAAF ]. They were shot down on the 3/4 of July 1943, and I am trying to
find out about the rest of the crew. I notice that you have a photograph of the crew
of DT 784, [ M 10, p 27, showing the crew posing near roundel and plane identification
number M - ZA M ]. I know that these aircraft often had many different crews, but it is
possible that the picture may be that of my Father when he was flying in it, so, I would
be very grateful if you could contact me, so that I could see the photo. Many Thanks, John.

 
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philmac750
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84.19.61.196

Photos

July 15 2014, 2:42 PM 

Do you have any photgraphs of DG230 ? My father was the sole survivor, just wondered if there were any otehr photos or maintenance records. Thanksyou.

 
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Eleanor
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81.145.218.98

Searching for any info on ZA D

January 25 2017, 10:35 AM 

Please can you tell me where I can find the information or photograph that relates to
"T/Gun p33+ ZA-D in formation from a/c alongside, Yorks D"

I am searching for information on ZA D, so would be really interested if there is a photograph out there somewhere!

Kind regards,
Eleanor

 
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Doug Pinkerton
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70.68.79.96

ZA X bb324

March 17 2005, 2:38 AM 

HI Andy,
I just saw your posting. My Uncle was SGT Pilot R.M. Pinkerton. He was the pilot of ZA X bb324 the night it was shot down, June 23 1943. All Crew were lost. If any one has any pictures of Melbourne or pictures of ZA X BB324 I would truly love to see them. Please e-mail me anything you have to dpinkerton@shaw.ca Thanks

Doug Pinkerton

 
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Doug Pinkerton
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70.68.79.96

ZA X bb324

March 17 2005, 2:53 AM 

Hi Andy,
I am curious about your posting that states - 1960's newspaper cutting describing the unearthing of Halifax ZA-X from the ground near Gainsborough, Lincs where it had crashed on 11 Nov 1944. I have also found reference to ZA-X on the website of the Dutch Federation of Aviation Archaeology. This one crashed at Hetbalg/Schiermonnikoog on 10 Jan 1943.

My uncle, Sgt Pilot R.M. Pinkerton was shot down and killed flying ZA X BB324 ON June 23 1943. If you have any informaiton about ZAX bb324 please send it to me at dpinkerton@shaw.ca Thanks Andy.

Doug Pinkerton

 
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Nick Murray
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109.153.41.57

Kenneth R Pay

August 4 2013, 10:03 PM 

Hello Andy
Not sure of the relevance here but my 92 year old mum has a cutting from the Daily Sketch re your Dads citation for the DFC following the Le Creusot raid. Now, here is the tenuous link... She was married to Sgt Cecil John Murray, an air gunner with 158 Sqn. based at Rufforth and remembers that his best friend and possibly best man was called Kenneth Pay, although she remembers him as a fighter pilot, but that may be incorrect. Sgt. Murray was killed in action in Nov 1942.
Could your dad be the same Kenneth Pay? Do you have a photo of him from that time?
She still speaks of him with fondness especially for the support he gave at that time. Kenneth was also Godfather to my late brother.
Best regards
Nick Murray.

 
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nvmurray
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109.153.41.57

Re: Kenneth R Pay

August 8 2013, 7:21 PM 


 
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Andy Pay
(Login KensSon)
86.151.28.85

Re: Kenneth R Pay

September 13 2013, 5:11 PM 

Hello Nick
I've just found your message! Sorry about the delay. That's a very interesting lead indeed. There was only one Kenneth Pay listed when I searched the WW2 records. Can you send your e-mail address to me at the address below and I'll send you photos.
Best wishes
Andy
andyrosspay@gmail.com

 
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Anonymous
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86.151.28.85

Re: Kenneth R Pay

September 14 2013, 5:53 PM 

Hello again Nick
I've been looking through some photos and found a formal shot of some 50+ personnel, including my father, probably taken on a training course somewhere. One the reverse side are signatures of some of those present and they include one John Murray. Did Sgt Murray use the name John instead of Cecil, I wonder? I'll try and copy the photo so I can put it online.
Best wishes
Andy

 
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Anonymous
(Login KensSon)
86.151.28.85

Re: Kenneth R Pay

September 15 2013, 12:15 PM 

Nick, here are some photos.
In the large group photo, my father is on the 2nd row from the top, 3rd from the left. I hope you can find Sgt Murray in here somewhere. On the shot of the crew, he is 2nd from the right.
Andy

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Phil McCormack
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94.175.46.2

Flight dg230 10th squadron

April 27 2014, 8:29 PM 

Hi andy, I think I've just viewed one of your group photos online and spotted my father. Thomas Alan mccormack, sole survivor of flight dg230. He was ground crew and hopped on the test flight. His first flight as well.

Would live a digital copy. He was the 2nd in on the left back row - the group photo with buildings behind

 
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Carl Palmer
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109.157.7.8

ZA-F

July 2 2014, 4:16 PM 

Hello

I would very much like any images of ZA-F and my great uncle was downed in that Plane.

Thanks

 
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