Lockheed Hudson Mk.I N7235 / QX-A of No.224 Sqn RAF, crashed on an un-named hill near Loch Bradan during 3rd March 1941
|Ronald Neville-Clarke DFC||Wing Commander||Pilot||Killed|
|Edward Ostlere||Flight Lieutenant||2nd Pilot||Killed|
|Alexander Campbell Davidson||Sergeant||Wireless Operator / Air gunner||Killed|
|John Cordiner||Aircraftman 1st Class||Killed|
|Thomas Edgar Bailiff Price||Aircraftman 1st Class||Killed|
The aircraft was being flown from No.224 Sqn’s home station of RAF Leuchars to RAF Aldergrove in Northern Ireland. It had taken off at 12:00 but failed to arrive at Aldergrove, searches for the aircraft failed to find any trace of the wreck. It was some time after the crash when the site was located on high ground to the SE of Loch Bradan in southern Ayrshire.