Air Raid Damage Reports Brentwood Division Essex Fire Service 7 November 1940

Air Raid Damage Reports Brentwood Division Essex Fire Service 7 November 1940.

Date                Time   Location         Damage

07/11/1940    01.00  East                2 – H.Es exploded and 50 I.Bs burnt out in fields on

Horndon        South side of Arterial Road and 1/4 mile East of Little Warley crossroads.  Considerable damage to property.  No casualties.

07/11/1940    01.05  Laindon         6 – I.Bs burnt out in fields at Dunton Hall Farm.  No

                                                            damage or casualties.

07/11/1940    19.15  Ingrave           1 – H.E. unexploded in a field at rear of Lapwater

Hall.  No damage or casualties.  (disposed of B.D.S. 5.12.40).

07/11/1940    19.30  Thundersley 1 – H.E. exploded 150 yards South of “Ellesmere”

                                                            June Road.  No damage or casualties.

07/11/1940    19.40  Wickford        17 – H.Es unexploded in fields and gardens in the

vicinity of Waterworks Road.  Road damaged and losed.  1 60 yards North West and 1 500 yards West of Pumping Station.  No casualties.  (Disposed of 2.1.41).

07/11/1940    19.45  South             7 – H.Es, 6 exploded at Boyce Hill Golf Club,

Benfleet         Vicarage Hill Cottage, St Marys Drive “Cleveland” Essex Way “Waincourt” St Marys Drive and 1 unexploded “Hillside View” St Marys Drive.  Essex Way and St Marys Drive closed.  Damage to property.  No casualties. (Unexploded disposed of roads open 29.11.40).

07/11/1940    19.55  Canvey          9 – H.Es exploded, 1 at 5 Waterside Cottages and

Island             8 in Dyke West of Waterside Farm.  Damage to property.  No casualties.

07/11/1940    20.10  South Weald 10 – H.Es exploded between Grove Farm Brook

Street and Sewerage Works Nags Head Lane.  Grove Farm partly demolished, 4 slight casualties.

07/11/1940    20.10  South Weald 1 – H.E. exploded in Scroggles field 3/4 mile North

                                                            East of Grove Farm.  No damage or casualties.

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