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Author Topic: 41 Squadron April 1942 Spitfire 5b Merston.  (Read 4118 times)
Peter577
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« on: December 08, 2013, 02:31:36 PM »

Hi.

 I am trying to obtain any information anyone may have regarding my relative Edward (Teddy) George Watts Sgt pilot of 41 Squadron flying out of Merston, killed in action during circus 122 escorting 12 Boston's on a raid to Hazebrouck Marshalling Yards on the 12 April 1942. I would be interested to contact any relative of the other pilots who were shot down on that day.

Any information would be very much appreciated.   
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Regards Peter.
Steve Brew
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« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2014, 01:39:54 PM »

Hi Peter

I have just seen your message regarding your relative Edward Watts, and would be interested to discuss him with you further. I am the Historian for 41 Squadron RAF and am currently completing the second volume of a published History of the Squadron during WWII. Edward Watts appears in this new volume and I have information on his tenure with 41 Squadron, and on his loss, that I can share with you. I am also in touch with the son of another 41 Sqn pilot shot down in the same day, 12 April 1942.

Would you please contact me to discuss this further, as I also have documents you may wish to see?

Kind regards
Steve
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The Pilots of 41 Squadron RAF, 1939-1945
http://brew.clients.ch/raf41sqdn.htm
jennystack
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« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2014, 11:55:43 AM »

i'll be interested too..been working similar squadron
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