Supermarine Seafire F.Mk.17s SP325 and SX314 of No.1831 Sqn, RN, crashed after mid-air collision near Wildboarclough 16th July 1949 while flying from RNAS Stretton near Warrington

Supermarine Seafire Mk.15


Edward Hugh Ramsden Eccles Lieutenant Pilot (SX314) Killed
Frank James Dyke Lieutenant Pilot (SP325) Killed


Wreckage at the crash site of Supermarine Seafire Sp325 and SX314 on Tagsclough Hill, Wildboarclough, Cheshire
The only substantial part that remains at the crash site, a piece of wing spar.
Grave of Lieutenant Edward Hugh Ramsden Eccles at St Peter's Church Prestbury
Both of the pilots were from Cheshire, Frank Dyke is buried in Crewe, while Lt Edward Eccles is buried at Prestbury near Macclesfield, above is his grave at St Peter’s church there.