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Davenport, Bill

Research by Davenport, including copies of Individual Deceased Personnel Files (IDPFs) and his notes and correspondence, relating to S/Sgt Earl B. Holly and Walter S. Baron.
Davenport, as 446th Bomb Group historian, appears to have been researching a discrepancy in the records relating to Holly and Baron and their dates and places of death. In some of the information, Baron is listed as serving in the 446th Bomb Group, but papers copied from his Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF) list him as 713rd Bomb Squadron, 448th Bomb Group. In the Roll of Honor, both Baron and Holly are listed under the 446th Bomb Group.
S/Sgt Walter S. Baron is believed to have been killed in action on a mission over Landes Bussac, 31 December 1943. The IDPF papers were obtained from the Department of the Army by a Freedom of Information request.
S/Sgt Earl B. Holly served in the 705th Bomb Squadron. He is believed to have been killed in action during a mission to Ludwigshafen, 26 August 1944. The IDPF papers were obtained from the Department of the Army by a Freedom of Information request.

Bill Davenport; 20th century

Papers of George Wright and the Lead Aircraft Project

Papers of George G. Wright of Sutton Coldfield relating to his construction of model 2nd Air Division lead or assembly aircraft. Includes correspondence with several 2nd Air Division Association members discussing the aircraft. Also contains papers relating to George Wright's attendance at the 2nd Air Division Memorial Library dedication, including correspondence and news cuttings, November 2001.

Recorded memoirs of Charles Domek

Recorded in four parts on two audio cassettes. For content and access details, see MC 376/222/1/1, MC 376/222/1/2, MC 376/222/2/1 and MC 376/222/2/2. Charles Domek served on the ace pilot, Emil. B. Besten's crew in the 754th Bomb Squadron. Other crew members were W.M. Taff (co-pilot); Edgar ?O'Souder (navigator); Arthur ?Cruger (bombardier); Frederick ?Firman (radio operator); Edgar L. ?Kingsboro (nose-gunner); George F. Spencer (tail-gunner); himself (waist-gunner); John R. ?McQuerry (armourer-gunner) and ?Christianson (engineer).

Charles Domek; fl 1941-1995; USAAF airman; USA

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