I can not add much to the information you already have but I have included this aircraft on a German site that is recording aircraft from all nations that crashed during WW2.
The only other info is from Lost Bombers that lists this information.
Halifax MZ736 Information
Serial Number MZ736
Date 1 28th June 1944
Date 2 29th June 1944
"Serial Range MZ730 - MZ775. 46 Halifax Mk.111. Part of a batch of 360 HP61 Halifax Mk.B.111. MZ500-MZ544; MZ556- MZ604; MZ617-MZ660; MZ672-MZ717; MZ730-MZ775; MZ787-MZ831; MZ844- MZ883; MZ895-MZ939. Delivered by English Electric Co. (Salmesbury & Preston) between 4Jun44 and 22Jun44. MZ736 was one of three No.76 Sqdn Halifaxes lost on this operation. See: MZ539; MZ679. MZ736 was initially issued to No.78 Sqdn. Airborne 2226 28Jun44 from Holme-on-Spalding Moor to attack rail facilities. Broke up in the air, crashing at Sacy-le-grand (Oise), 12 km NNE of Nogent-sur-Oise. The two airmen killed are buried in Creil Communal Cemetery. The mid-upper gunner, Sgt Gregory, had completed 47 operations, while the rest had flown between 39 and 31 operations. P/O I.R.McK Weir RNZAF PoW Sgt G.T.Howie PoW F/O K.J.Bunn KIA F/S R.L.Lidbury PoW Sgt A.W.Offer Evd Sgt J.P.Gregory KIA W/O S.Wilson PoW. Sgt G.T.Howie was interned in Camp 4B, PoW No.86499. F/S R.L.Lidbury in Camp L7, PoW No.86387 with W/O S.Wilson, PoW No.647. P/O I.R.McK Weir in Camp L1, PoW No.4802. "