Air Raid Damage Reports Brentwood Division Essex Fire Service 9 March 1941.

Air Raid Damage Reports Brentwood Division Essex Fire Service 9 March 1941.

Date                Time   Location         Damage

09/03/1941    07.09  Rochford       11 – H.Es exploded and a number of I.Bs burnt out

in fields at the corner of Rectory and Ashingdon Road.  Damage to telephone wires and property.  1 slight casualty.

09/03/1941    20.35  Rochford       I.Bs (a number) in the vicinity of Ashingdon Park

Estate and Rectory Farm.  Slight damage to property.  No casualties.

09/03/1941    21.40  Doddinghurst            2 – H.Es exploded in fields at Pear Tree

                                                            Green.  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    21.45  Mountnessing          4 – H.Es exploded in fields near May’s Café,

Church Road.  Damage to property and overhead electric and telephone cables.  No casualties.

09/03/1941    21.55  Billericay        3 – H.Es and a number of I.Bs in line from

Littlebrook Farm Outwood Common Road to 200 yards South of Outwood Common Railway Bridge.  Slight damage to property.  1 slight casualty.

09/03/1941    21.55  Wickford        2 – H.Es exploded in fields near L.N.E.R. Goods

                                                            Yard.  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    21.55  Runwell         1 – H.E. exploded in a field 150 yards North East of

“Ingraf”.  Slight damage to property.  No casualties.

09/03/1941    21.55  Laindon         1 – H.E. exploded in a field North of A.127 near

East end Waverley Avenue.  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    22.05  New                4 – H.Es exploded on New England Island.  No

                                    England         damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    22.05  Haven Gore   3 – H.Es exploded 2 on Havengore Island and 1

500 yards West of Havengore Farm.  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    22.15  South Weald 4 – H.Es exploded 3 in the stackyard of Rochetts

Farm and 1 in a ditch at side of Weald Road.  Damage to property and water main.  Weald Road blocked.

09/03/1941    22.15  Bentley          I.Bs (about 30) burnt out in fields surrounding

Hillfields House, slight damage to property.  No casualties.

09/03/1941    23.15  Raweth          1 – H.E. unexploded in a field 200 yards North of

Wardens Post M.12 Raweth Lane.  No damage or casualties (removed by B.D.S. 15.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Laindon         1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. 200 yards North of

Ghyillgrove Farmhouse, Honeypot Lane, in a field.  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    Night  South Weald 1 – Small U.X.B. and wire at Prieze Hall.  No

damage or casualties (dealt with by B.D.S. 30.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Fobbing         1 – Small U.X.B. and wire (dealt with by B.D.S.

                                                            28.3.41)  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    Night Laindon           1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in garden of “North Crisp”. 

No damage or casualties (dealt with by B.D.S. 19.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Laindon         1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in field 1/2 mile East of

Hotwater and Lee Wootons Lane.  No damage or casualties (dealt with by B.D.S. 11.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Langdon        1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in garden of “Myosotes”

Hills                Lee Chapel Lane.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S 19.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Pitsea             1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. 8 yards North East of

Mess room of Sewerage Works.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 11.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Wickford        1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in a field at rear of

“Janroe” Waterworks Road.  No damage or casualties dealt with by B.D.S. 28.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Langdon        1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. and Parachute in field 40

Hills                yards North of Dry Street.  No damage or casualties.  (dealt with by B.D.S. 28.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Langdon        1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. and Parachute in field 1/2

Hills                mile West of Dunton Wayletts Signal Box 20 yards North of Railway. No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 14.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Little Warley  1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in Brickfields Yard.  No

damage or casualties (dealt with by B.D.S. 10.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Vange            1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in roof of shed at “Glen

Lowge” Glen Road.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 28.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Hutton            1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in field at Tally-Ho! Drive

Hunters Chase.  No damage or casualties (dealt with by B.D.S. 10.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Laindon         1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. near allotments 60 yards

West of “White House” in a tree at Albemarle Crescent.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 28.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Brentwood     1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in a swamp in Harts Wood

Hartswood Road.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 10.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Langdon        1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. in a field Nr Lee Chapel

Hills                and High Road.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 19.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Thundersley 1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. wire and parachute,

balloon and board in field 600 yards South of Great Burches Farm.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 10.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Downham     1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. found near “Frenwill”.  No

                                                            damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 12.3.41).

09/03/1941    Night  Raweth          1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. wire parachute and board

opposite Good Companion Garage, Chelmsford Road (dealt with B.D.S. 10.3.41).  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    Night  Rayleigh        2 – Parachutes and wire found at Hylands Farm

                                                            (taken by B.D.S. 10th).

09/03/1941    Night  Raweth          1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. wire parachute balloon

and board at Dallymans Farm, London Road.  No damage or casualties (dealt with B.D.S. 28.3.41).     

09/03/1941    Night  Billericay        1 – Small Yellow U.X.B. wire parachute and board

at Buckwyns Farm, Buckwyns Estate (dealt with B.D.S. 28.3.41).  No damage or casualties.

09/03/1941    Night  Laindon         10 – H.Es unexploded in fields East of Noak Hill

Road.  No damage or casualties. (all dealt with B.D.S. 28.3.41).

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