R.N. Signal. 8 Jan 1941

R.N. Signal.

Telegram

Phonogram

Postagram

8/1/41

“A” Watch

08.10  BAR 3033. 0532. 14006. 1032. 20012. 1532. 23017. 2031.

                        25023. 2531. 26037. 3032. 27039. 3534. 29045. T.O.O. 07.20

08.30.             G.X. reports to F.C.S. Equipment correct.  Ammunition expended nil.

08.54              End of official night.  Remain at night routine.  Navy continue examination of Thames & Medway.

08.55              G.X. weather report.  Wind N.N.E., moderate, visibility 1500 yds, sea calm.

09.09              H.M.S. Pitchley has permission to enter.

09.11              S.O.T. – 4 ft. Re

09.18              H.M.S. Aristocrat has permission to enter.  T.O.O. 09.17.

09.34              H.M.S. Cattistack has permission to enter.

10.03              Mine watching posts.  Stand By.

Air Raid Damage Reports Brentwood Division Essex Fire Service 8 January 1941.

Air Raid Damage Reports Brentwood Division Essex Fire Service 8 January 1941.

Date                Time   Location         Damage

08/01/1941    N/K     Hutton            1 – H.E. unexploded on Martins Farm 400 yards

                                                            North of Rayleigh Road.  No damage or casualties.