Date: 1941 Sep 09/09 A/C Type: Blenheim IV SN: Z7312 Code: MQ-N A/C Nickname:
 File: 222 Airforce: RAF Sqn/Unit:  226 Sqn Mission/Raid: Anti-shipping North Sea off The Hague
1 Pilot F/Lt. Clarence E.C. Haggitt          Zandvoort - A'dam 9    
2 Obs P/O Robert F. Bennet                   MIA    10    
3 WO/AG F/O Charles D. Ramsay                 MIA 11    
4     12    
5     13    
6     14    
7     15    
8     16                    

Crashed in the North Sea near Hook of Holland - The Hague 


F/Lt. Haggit washed ashore 5 weeks later on the beach at Zandvoort. On the 21st October he was buried in Amsterdam as unknown English airman, plot 85, grave 7. 
In the post war identification process between March 13 1947 and September 18 1950, he was identified as F/Lt. C. E. C. Haggit.  
His grave was re-numbered and has now code 85 - C - 5.

Ten days later, on the same beach at Zandvoort, washed ashore a unknown RAF airman. No rank. He was buried near Haggit in grave 85, grave 10.
He could never be identified and rests today as 'Known unto God' 31 October 1941.


- 2012 research of the original Amsterdam cemetery files and reconstruction of the war graves burial plan 1940-1945.
- website CWGC

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