I knew I would get some help from very knowledgeable people.
I got this message on the forum 12 O’Clock High where I posted a request.
Taken from Luftwaffe crash archives:
Place: Shornemead Fort, Gravesend, Kent at 13.20H
While escorting bombers at 23000 ft to Hornchurch aerodrome this aircraft was attacked by a Hurricane, the controls and engine being damaged and the aircraft made a belly landing but started to burn and was almost completely destroyed.
Markings: most of the nose appeared to have been painted yellow.
Pilot: Feldwebel Günther Kramer EK II badly burnt, POW
There are two photos of the Bf 109 after the fire had been put out and a note saying, the pilot had in his pockets three receipts from shops in Aalborg dated 19th August 1940.
Then this one…
6092 is pictured three times in Prien Teil 2 pages 458 & 459 in Frankfurt Rhein/Main after a “Kopfstand”.
It does exist one photo (eBay) showing only the tail (including WNr.) displaying one victory on fin (Poland fights or better the only one 1.Staffel victory registered on 03/01/1940 – snow on picture – by Fw. Gotthard Goltzsche?). “Weisse 5+”.
Another one showing only the nose but in connection with other photos proving it’s white 5.
And a third one showing the full plane; no victory visible; WNr. not readable.
All in early camouflage and, maybe nothing to do with your pilot.
Thanks Stig to have pointed the loss.
Any more information is be more than welcome.