Bristol Beaufighter T. F. Mk.X JM223 of No.9 (Coastal) Operational Training Unit, dived into the ground on Croglin Fell in the North Pennines to the east of Carlisle on the 4th July 1943 while on a training flight from Crosby on Eden near Carlisle

Bristol Beaufighter at the Royal Air Force Museum


Herman Joe Carver Flying Officer RCAF Pilot Killed
Roderick Alfred Sedgley Flying Officer Navigator Killed


Wreckage at the crash site of Bristol Beaufighter JM223 on Croglin Fell, Penrith, Cumbria
Only small fragments of wreckage from the aircraft remain at the site today along the panel visible in the photo. The depression in which the parts lie is probably the one caused by the crash.
Grave of Flying Officer Herman Joe Carver, killed in JM223
Flying Officer Herman Carver’s grave at Carlisle (Dalston Rd) Cemetery.