On 1940-12-21, Pilot, F/O P J Jenkins MID 40713 flew a Hudson with serial N7222 for this duty: unknown operation. His mission was not completed. Circumstances of the aircraft loss: Missing over the North Sea. All including P/O Dale, an Australian from Victoria, and F/O Jenkins from Sydney, Australia are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial.
This aircraft was a part of squadron no. 224. The location for the map is the English Channel. Circumstances at the end of this mission for this unknown person: he died, but circumstances of death are unknown. There is no commemoration location known.
Jack Wardell(Holy Trinity Church, Dunfermline): Most of my information came from the sister of Peter Jenkins who commemorated him in a stain glass window in Holy Trinity church, Dunfermline where he was living with his mother and sister at the time. I attach photographs of the window and the dedication message.
Other information comes from http://ww2talk.com/forums/topic/37357-looking-for-loss-details-and-personal-details-on-this-australian-in-the-raf
On 21st Dec 1940 Hudson N7222 was piloted by an Australian crew of Peter Johnstone Jenkins and Jack Cranwell Dale;
- F/O P J Jenkins MID 40713
- P/O J C Dale 43284
- Sgt R W Willis 552094
- Sgt R. Braachi 550921
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