I know that a lot of this info has already been discussed, but I have reviewed all the Aircraft Serial numbers for Beaufort Aircraft and have pulled out any serial that indicated a Crash on Thorney Island.
I have also looked at aircraft crashes at this time period and pulled out any serial of Bleimhem aircraft that indicated a crash on Thorney Island.
Serial's are listed below:
19? The aircraft was ordered for the Royal Air Force (RAF) as L4447.
15 Nov 1939 The aircraft was allocated to 22 Squadron, Royal Air Force. Beaufort L4447, joined 22 Sqn at Thorney Island
08 Jan 1940 The aircraft crashed on take off at Thorney Island, UK.
19? The aircraft was acquired by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and serialized as L9790.
19? The aircraft was allocated to 22 Squadron.
28 Jun 1941 Beaufort 1, 22 Sq, crashed on take off Thorney Island.
30 Jul 41 Beaufort I, 22 Sq, crashed on landing Thorney Island
28 Dec 40 Blenheim IV crashed on take off Thorney Island
06 Dec 40 Blenheim IV, 53 SQ, crashed on overshoot Thorney Island
01 Dec 40 Blenheim IV 59 SQ crashed on overshoot Thorney Island