On Sunday was out in South Fermanagh / Monaghan area and took time to photograph the headstone of a local man who died on ops with Bomber Command. (Clogh Church of Ireland on the Fermanagh / Cavan Border). Am I correct in relating his death to the loss of a Lancaster , I recall reading something of this way back , crashed into the sea off Mablethorpe Lincs. ? The CWWGC site says he was with 514 Squadron. What made me go back was a letter I got some years ago - a NCO who was at Killadeas, he was part of a burial party which had been assembled to bury an airman who had been killed on ops his body having been returned home for burial. They were going to a Church "right down on the border" and the local police had advised them not to go there as it was not safe. The feeling of the RAF men was that having come this far they would not let the man go on alone and they carried on down to the Church and saw him buried with honours and they returned back to Killadeas without incident. Having looked over the Fermanagh and Tyrone war registers it can only have been F/Sgt. Gibson's funeral. One of those wee things which stay with you. I will ask Peter if he can provide some more data on the crew , just wonder how many of them were recovered and where they are now. If anyone can add anything to the thread please do so , would love to know more. thanks in advance Js. There are two other RAF burials in the same cemetery both brothers : WILLIS, JOSHUA STEPHEN, J S Flying Officer ( Pilot ) 44051 Royal Air Force 10/09/1941 34 WILLIS, SAM J., S J Corporal 1894337 Royal Engineers 11/04/1941 19 .