JN910 - Crew InfoDecember 20 2006 at 12:22 PM
|lookingforgrandad (Login gemsthirdgirl)|
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Hi, i'm searching for any information on Sgt Sidney John Smith who died on JN910 in 1943. Any information no matter how small or insignificant would be very much appreciated. Researching family history and need to find Sidney and his family etc. Many thanks.
138 Sqdn Halifax Loss
|December 20 2006, 2:42 PM |
I looked up Sgt S J Smith on the CWGC website and found this entry for him http://www.cwgc.org/search/casualty_details.aspx?casualty=1807577
It states that he was Son of James and Mary Ann Smith; husband of Jamesina Smith, of Armadale, West Lothian.
He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial.
The entry for this loss in RAF Bomber Command Losses 1943 by W R Chorley is as follows:-
15 September 1943 - 138 Squadron Halifax II JN910 NF-K took off 1759 from RAF Tempsford on an SOE operation named Operation Flat 22 and headed for a dropping zone code named Kufer 208. While homebound, hit by flak and crashed in the Baltic off Rügenwalde. Those who died are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial. The list of crew onboard as follows, all died with the exception of Sgt A S Dove who was taken POW.
F/O E C Hart
Sgt A S Dove
Sgt K C Windsor RCAF
F/O J D L Cloutier RCAF
Sgt K R Norie
Sgt L C Gay
Sgt S J Smith
Sgt W H Mudge
I hope the above is of some assistance to you.
Sidney John smith
|February 25 2017, 9:33 PM |
I was researching my uncle Sidney Smith RAF service number 1152993 and came across your entry as his granddaughter I would appreciate your contacting me .
Peter spiers son of Louisa Smith .
I am son of Lousa smith sister of Sidney
|February 25 2017, 10:03 PM |
I as researching the records of Sidney John Smith and was intrigued by your entry which would make us related!
Please email me at Spiers@boscominternational.com so we may discuss further.