06.06.1940 No. 101 Squadron R.A.F. Blenheim IV P4912 P/O. Buller. Location: 5 miles North of Oxford.
Mission: Training.

Date: 6th June 6, 1940 (Thursday).

Unit: No. 101 Squadron.

Type: Blenheim IV.

Serial: P4912.

Code: SR-

Base: Brize Norton.

Location: 5 miles North of Oxford.

Pilot: P/O. Alexander John Stuart Buller R.A.F. (Killed)

Observer: Sgt. Alan McMillan R.A.F.V.R. (Killed)

Air Gunner: L.A.C. George Davison R.A.F.V.R. (Killed)


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Crew took-off from Brize Norton in Blenheim IV P4912 on a training flight, aircraft stalled at 5,000 feet and spun into the ground at 1215 hrs. 5 miles North of Oxford.

Burial Details:

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P/O. Alexander John Stuart Buller 42391 R.A.F.

Son of Admiral Sir Henry Tritton Buller, K.C.V.O., C.B., and Lady Hermione Buller, of Southwater.

St Mary the Virgin Churchyard Shipley, Horsham District, West Sussex, England. Grave C. 2. Age 20.

Sgt. Alan McMillan 755622 R.A.F.V.R.

Son of Robert Macmillan, and of Anne Macmillan, of Brodick.

Kilbride Old Churchyard, Isle of Arran. Plot. 7. Coll. grave 398-413. Age 29.

L.A.C. George Davison 751270 R.A.F.V.R.

Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davison, of Greenhaugh, Northumberland.

Hartlepool West View Cemetery. Sec. 1. Cons. Row. V. Grave. 12. Age. 19.
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