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#Name*First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir ForceCommandUnitDateofIncident *See NoteAircraftTypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
2251 De MausWalter RobertFlying OfficerNZ/41558Age 24New ZealandPilotRNZAFTraining Command4 Operational Training Unit RNZAF
1944-05-16HarvardIIINZ1059-RNZAF Ardmore08:00TrainingSee archive report for further details and photo'sKilledAuckland Cemetery (Waikumete). Prot. Soldiers Area H, Row 2, Grave 16
Born on the 21st March 1920 in Auckland. Educated at Auckland and Seddon Memorial Technical College. Worked as a clerk for Arthur H Nathan Ltd, Auckland. Enlisted at Levin on the 19th January 1941 as an observer but taken os a pilot under training on the 21st March 1941. No. 4 Elementary Flying Training School on the 21st March 1941. No. 2 Flying Training School on the 01st May 1941. Pilot badge awarded on the 15th June 1941 and promoted to sergeant on the 26th July 1941. Joined 488 squadron on the 06th September 1941. Embarked for Singapore on the 11th September 1941. Joined 453 squadron on the 29th January 1942. After Singapore fell returned to New Zealand on the 04th April 1942. With 14squadron on ground duties on the 23rd May 1942. With No. 2 2 Service Flying Training School as a staff pilot on the 10th September. Commissioned on the 01st July 1943. Joined No. 4 Operational Training Unit on the 18th April 1943.

Son of Arthur Walter De Maus (died 20th June 1935, age 42) and of Catherine De Maus (née Logan - died 21st April 1961, age 61), of Auckland City.

His pupil, Sgt, R.H Looker, survived uninjured

2252 EvansArthur EmlynSergeant1317053 (once commissioned 156047)Age ?BritishAir BomberRAFVRBomber Command142 Sqn
1943-06-10WellingtonXHZ311QT-FRAF Kairouan West, Tunisia20:45NaplesSee archive report for further details and photo'sSafe
Understood to have survived the war as a Flying Officer. The only son of Mr and Mrs John Evans of Corner House, Newchaple, Staffordshire, England.
2253 CoatsBasil Arthur Staff SergeantSergeant18225893 AmericanLeft Waist GunnerUSAAF8th Air Force 571st Bombardment Squadron (H), 390th Bombardment Group (H) 1944.06.05B-17 Hap’s HazardG42-97473FC:O Framlingham (Station #153), Suffolk, England Abbeville (Mission #392), France See Archive report for details Buchenwald Id No: 78308, PoW No: 8165, Stalag Luft 3
2254 ZanderArthur Edward 1st Lieutenant Flying OfficerO-805378 AmericanNavigatorUSAAF8th Air Force 714th Bombardment Squadron (H), 448th Bombardment Group (H) 1944-06-10B-24H44-40107EI:F Seething (Station #146), Norfolk, England Évreux-Fauville airfield (Mission #403), France See Archive report for detailsBuchenwald Id No. 78368, PoW No 8160, Stalag Luft 3
2255 PelletierArthur Joseph Staff Sergeant Sergeant31031017 AmericanEngineerUSAAF8th Air Force 838rd Bombardment Squadron (H), 487th Bombardment Group (H) 1944-05-11B-24 Peg-O-My HeartH41-294682C:B Lavenham (Station #137), Suffolk, England Chaumont (Mission #350), France See Archive report for detailsBuchenwald Id No. 78335, PoW No 8183, Stalag Luft 3
2256 MercerArthurFlying Officer144678NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command464Sqn RAAF
1944-06-11MosquitoFB.VINS893SB-?RAF Thorney Island, Surrey01:20IntruderTook off at 01:20 hrs as one of thirteen aircraft from the Sqn to bomb convoys, roads & rail junctions, bridges & trains, in support of Army landings in Normandy, France. On return to RAF Tangmere the aircraft swung and crashed on landing (unconfirmed reports that a bomb dropped off a wing causing the crash). Both of the crew were injured and taken to St. Richards Hospital in Chichester.Injured
2257 McMichaelEdward KitchenerLAC R/78654Age 27CanadianAero Engine/mechanic P/XRCAFWestern Air Command 115Sqn RCAF
1943-03-26NorsemanIII2481 Not displayed for security reasons from the 16th of October 1942 Annette Island Landing Field, Alaska 13:50Transportation Flight See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedOttawa Memorial. Panel 2. Column 5. Paradie Archive

Born on the 03rd October 1915 in Seaforth, Ontario, Canada. Worked as a machine mechanic prior to service for George Mullholland Foundry in Sarnia, Ontario. Enlisted on the 30th October 1940. Trained as a aero engine mechanic.

Son of Garfield (died 23rd March 1954, age 68) and Louise Isabella McMichael (née McGee - died 1969, age 83), brother of Reginald, Thomas, Franklin, Arthur, Lucy and Ruby (sister Dela Gertrude - died 18th July 1924). Husband of Hazel Adelia McMichael (née Baer - married on the 21st July 1941 - died 28th February 2015, age 91), parents of Gerald Edward McMichael (born on the 23rd December 1942) of R.R 5, Goderich, Ontario.

2258 CalowThomas ArthurCorporalCAN364CanadianWireless OperatorBEM
RCAFEastern Air Command5Sqn RCAF
1939-09-17StranraerCV188911RCAF Dartmouth, Nova Scotia05:20Convoy EscortRan out of fuel in poor weather and ditched. Crew rescued after 20+ hours. Aircraft sank while being towed to shore.Safe, unhurtAccident report
2259 LambieArthur HenryFlight Lieutenant413761Age 26New ZealandW/Op/Air/GnrRNZAFFar East 4 Sqn (NZ)
1945-07-01VenturaPV-INZ4607MSN: 6205RNZAF Emirau07:07Medium-level strike See archive report for details. Killed Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery. Grave 5.6
Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery

See archive report for comprehensive biography details:

Son of Robert Drummond Lambie (died 20th April 1968, age 89) and of Christina Theresa Lambie (née Thian - died 15th June 1968, age 83), of Lakeside, Leeston, Canterbury, New Zealand.

2260 DoreenArthur WilliamFlight SergeantNZ/43468Age 21New ZealandW/Op/Air/GnrRNZAFFar East4 Sqn
(RNZAF)
1945-08-29VenturaPV-INZ4619MSN: 6264Mokerang, Los Negros, Admiralty Islands, Bismarck Archipelago15:45Air Compass SwingSee archive report for details.KilledBourail New Zealand War Cemetery. Grave 5.11

See report for full details

Son of Frank and Lucy Doreen, of Manutuke, Auckland, New Zealand.

2261 ClaphamArthurFlight SergeantNZ/438295Age 22New ZealandNavigatorRNZAFFar East 1Sqn (RNZAF)
1945-06-10VenturaPV-INZ4609- RNZAF Emirau, St Matthias Group, Bismarck Archipelago 07:20Search for missing Ventura See archive report for details. Killed Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery. Grave 5.15 Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery

Born at Lower Hutt on the 05th August, 1922. Educated at the local school. Employed by Turners and Growers Ltd, Wellington as a storeman-clerk. At the school of Navigation and Reconnaissance and gained his Air Navigator's badge, and promoted to Sergeant on the 21st November, 1944.

Son of William Clapham (died 08th September 1965, age 75) and of Grace Evangeline Clapham (nee Walcroft - died 17th September 1963, age 77), of Wellington City, New Zealand. Husband of Edna May Clapham, of 254 Rintoul street, Berhampore, Wellington City.

2262 MallettJames George GardinerFlight SergeantNZ/436918Age 23New ZealandAir GunnerRNZAFFar East 1Sqn (RNZAF)
1945-06-10VenturaPV-INZ4613- RNZAF Emirau, St Matthias Group, Bismarck Archipelago 07:20Air strike / leaflet drop See archive report for details. Killed Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery. Grave 5.35 Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery

Born at Waltara on the 4th October, 1921. Edicated at the New Plymouth Boys' High School

Son of William Arthur (died 27th October 1958) and Georgina Margaret Mallett (died 12th January 1968) of Bayly Street, Waitara, Taranaki, New Zealand.

2263 MedhurstJohn ArthurLeading AircraftmanNZ/4215534Age 20New ZealandPassengerRNZAFPacific Theatre Utility Flight
1945-04-23HudsonIIINZ201MSN: 3825 RNZAF Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands Transport Flight See archive report for details. Killed Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery. Grave 31
Bourail New Zealand War Cemetery

Born at Auckland on the 07th January 1925. Educated at the Dargaville and Whangarei High Schools, Enlisted on the on the 27th May 1942, Had left New Zealand only three days earlier, was beginning his second South Pacific tour, having been posted to Field Headquarters at Piva for postal duties. His previous tour was undertaken on Norfolk Island as a radio operator.

Son of Samuel Robert (died 19th December 1961, age 61) and Rowena Blanche Medhurst (died 23rd May 1977, age 74) of 1 Awa Street, Otahuhu, Auckland, New Zealand.

2264 HollandDesmond CharlesFlying OfficerNZ/427478Age 20New ZealandW/OP/Air/GnrRNZAFCoastal Command279Sqn RAF
1945-01-07Vickers Warwick B(ASR).Ibv233RL-JRAF Thornaby, Yorkshire10:50TrainingSee archive report for further detailsKilledHarrogate Cemetery (Stonefall). Plot G. Row E. Grave 14.

Born at Auckland on the 02nd February, 1924.Educated at the Whangarei High School and Passed the University entrance Examination. Continued his studies by night classes at the Seddon Memorial Technical College. Enlisted at Rukahia on the 11th July 1942. Trained both in New Zealand and Canada.

W/Op/Air/Gnr Badge awarded on the 05th May 1944 and commissioned. Joined 279 squadron from No. 5 (C) Operational Training Unit on the 29th December 1944.. 117 flying hours logged.

Son of Charles Arthur and Ethel Georgina Holland (née Ward), of Portland, Auckland, New Zealand.

2265 Adrian Arthur Clayton Technical Sergeant Flight Sergeant33603340 27th June 1924 in Pittston, PennsylvaniaAmericanRadio Operator/GunnerAM (Oak Leaf Cluster)

PH

USAAF5th Air Force 501st Bombardment Squadron (M), 345th Bombardment Group (M), 1945-01-21B-25J44-29580Unknown San Marcelino Airfield, Luzon, Philippines Shipping strike, French Indo-China coast (Vietnam) See Archive report for detailsMiA Manila American Cemetery, Walls of the Missing
2266 NewtonNigel Bracken HirstPilot OfficerNZ/414665Age 32New ZealanderPilotRNZAFPacific TheatreSchool of General Reconnaissance

(RNZAF)

1942-04-92VincentNZ315-RNZAF Omaka, New Zealand08:40TrainingSee Archive Report for detailsKilledChristchurch Crematorium (Bromley). Grave 3R SS 2
Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Born in Wellington on 04th March 1910. Educated at Rangiora High School. Enlisted at the Initial Training Wing, Levin, on the 17th August 1941. Awarded the Flying Badge on the 20th December 1941. Commissioned in the rank of Pilot Officer on the 31st January 1942. On the 03rd March P/O. Newton was posted to Omaka for a course at the School of General Reconnaissance.

Son of Arthur (died 22nd February 1939, age 70) and Margaret Newton (née Hirst - died 01st August 1932, age 55). of Rangiora, Canterbury. Husband of Monica Newton (née Hutchison, later Weston), father of David Bracken Newton (died 20th September 1946, age 5).of 24 Percival street, Rangiora, Christchurch, New Zealand.

2267 BuchfuhrerMarvin Arthur Staff SergeantSergeant12089170 31st December 1922 in New York City, New YorkAmericanRadio Gunner DFC

AM (OLC)

USAAF 10th Air ForceUS Army Air Force 491st Bombardment Squadron (M), 341st Bombardment Group (M) 1943-12-20B-25D41-30367UnknownChakulia, India Bombing, Monywa, Burma (Myanmar) See Archive Report for detailsKiARepatriated and laid to rest in Joint Section 79, Grave 509, Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, Lemay, Missouri
2268 WilliamsArthur Roland Warrant Officer421484 29th November 1910 in Meerschum Vale, New South WalesAustralian Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRSE Asia Command159Sqn RAF
1945.01.31Liberator 'Wottawitch!!'GR.VBZ938WRAF Digri, India15:30Special OperationSee archive report for detailsMiASingapore Memorial Column 458
2269 AndersonDonald ArthurFlying OfficerNZ/404324Age 25New ZealanderPilotRNZAFPacific Theatre4 Squadron
(RNZAF)
1942-07-25HudsonIIINZ2028YZ-?Nadi, Fiji09:10Transit FlightSee Archive Report for detailsMissing - beloved killedBourail Memorial. Panel 1.

Bourail Memorial

Born on the 13th May 1917 in Auckland. Education at the Mt. Albert Grammar School. Sales Manager for Grace Brothers Ltd., of Auckland. Enlisted at the Initial Training Wing, Levin, on the 24th November 1940 and proceeded on the 27th December to Whenuapai, for his elementary flying training; then on the 9th February 1941, to No. 1 Service Flying Training School, Wigram. Pilot badge awarded on the 20th March 1941 and commissioned on the 03rd May 1941. A total of 423 solo flying hours logged with 169 on the Hudson.

Son of Thomas Donald Anderson and of Helen May Anderson (nee Laurie). Husband of Bobbie Rose Anderson (née Winstone, later Hill - died 23rd June 2010. age 90), of 106 Paritai Drive, Orakei, Auckland, New Zealand.

2270 IbbotsonClive GabyFlying OfficerNZ/411509Age 19New ZealanderNavigatorRNZAFPacific Theatre 4 Squadron
(RNZAF)
1942-07-25HudsonIIINZ2028YZ-?Nadi, Fiji09:10Transit FlightSee Archive Report for detailsMissing - beloved killedBourail Memorial. Panel 4.
Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Bourail Memorial

Born on the 11th November 1922 in Wellington. Educated at Wellington College. Employed as a clerk by the Union Bank of Australia Ltd. Enlisted at the Initial Training wing, Levin on the 02nd March 1941. Trained in Canada at No. 10 Service Plying Trainine School, Dauphin, Manitoba in June 1941. Obtained his Air-Observers Badge on the 12th August 1941. On September 28th he was posted to No. 6 Air Observers School, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Son of Cyril Arthur and Doris Aplin Ibbotson (née Gaby), of Auckland City, New Zealand.

2271 WybourneRoland Harvey WinchSergeantNZ/40805Age 21New ZealanderWireless Operator/Air GunnerRNZAFPacific Theatre 4 Squadron
(RNZAF)
1942-07-25HudsonIIINZ2028YZ-?Nadi, Fiji09:10Transit FlightSee Archive Report for detailsMissing - beloved killedBourail Memorial. Panel 8.
Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Bourail Memorial

Born at Waverley on the 16th October, 1920. Educated at the Waverley District High School. Employed as an exchange clerk in the Post & Telegraph Department, Waverley. Enlisted on the 15th March, 1940 at the Recruits Training School, Levin. Wireless operator air gunners' badge and promoted to Sergeant on the 01st December 1941. A total of 791 flying hours logged and completed 88 operational sorties flown.

Son of Roland David (died 13th May 1932, age 41) and Evelyn Kate Wybourne (née Winch - died 13th July 1972, age 82) of 'Sutton', Gloag Street, Waverley, Wellington, New Zealand.

2272 ClaytonArthur NormanLACNZ/402587Age 24New ZealanderWireless Operator/Air GunnerRNZAFPacific Theatre 4 Squadron
(RNZAF)
1942-07-25HudsonIIINZ2028YZ-?Nadi, Fiji09:10Transit FlightSee Archive Report for detailsMissing - beloved killedBourail Memorial. Panel 8.
Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Bourail Memorial

Born in Ngaruawahia on the 2nd June 1918. Educated at Hamilton Technical High School. Worked as a motor mechanic by Messrs. Wilkinson and Company Limited of Cambridge (motorcar garage). Enlisted at Hobsonville on the 19th July 1940,

Son of Arthur Harold Clayton and Jessamine Ellzabeth Claytonof, (née Hood), Cambridge, Auckland, New Zealand. Husband of Dorothy Ivy Clayton, of 65 Hannilton Road St. Albans, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.

2273 MeadOwen HerbertMajor General50745Age 50New ZealanderPassengerMiD


DSO

CBE

New Zealand InfantryPacific Theatre2 NZEF1942-07-25HudsonIIINZ2028YZ-?Nadi, Fiji09:10Transit FlightSee Archive Report for detailsMissing - beloved killedBourail Memorial. Panel 1.
Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Bourail Memorial

Born on the 24th January 1892 in Dunedin, Enlisted on the 05th August 1914 in Canterbury.

Son of Edward (died 23rd February 1933, age 80) and Flora Mead(died 09th February 1959, age 93). Husband of Barbara Mead (née Loughman - died 1982, age 83). Three times mentioned in despatches in the 1914-18 war.

DSO citation London Gazette, 3 June 1919: 'For gallantry and devotion to duty. Lieut-Colonel Mead has served continuously with the NZEF, since its inception in 1914, and throughout, proved himself to be a brave, reliable officer. He commanded his Battalion in the Passchendaele Operations, and also during the operations of the Division in the vicinity of Mailly Maillet from March 26th till June 21st 1918. On these occasions, the success of his Unit was in large measure due to his skilful leadership and personal example, which inspired all ranks under his command

MiD X 3 1st MiD. citatio London Gazette, 4 January 1917 'This Officer did excellent work during the whole of the fighting round Flers from 18th to 26th September. He got his company forward well on each occasion and was unsparing in his efforts to get the best out of his men.'

2nd MiD citation: MiD X 3 1st MiD. citatio London Gazette, 4 January 1917 'This Officer did excellent work during the whole of the fighting round Flers from 18th to 26th September. He got his company forward well on each occasion and was unsparing in his efforts to get the best out of his men."

MiD citation: 'For distinguished and gallant services and devotion to duty during the period 16th September 1918, to 15th March 1919.'

MiD citation: 'For distinguished and gallant services and devotion to duty during the period 16th September 1918, to 15th March 1919.'

Son of Edward (died 23rd February 1933, age 80) and Flora Mead(died 09th February 1959, age 93). Husband of Barbara Mead (née Loughman - died 1982, age 83). Three times mentioned in despatches in the 1914-18 war.

2274 LeslieJohn ChristieLt8866Age 34New ZealanderPassengerNew Zealand InfantryPacific Theatre 2 NZEF1942-07-25HudsonIIINZ2028YZ-?Nadi, Fiji09:10Transit FlightSee Archive Report for detailsMissing - beloved killedBourail Memorial. Panel 1.
Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Bourail Memorial

Born on he 03rd May 1907 in Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa. Worked as a Farmhand, Whangarei, Northland. Lt. Leslie first served with the 27th Battalion in the Middle East 1940-41. Then he embarked with the 35th Battalion to the Pacific and served as Aide de Camp to the General Officer Commanding 2 NZEF.

Son Of Thomas Christie Cyprus Leslie (Major RAMC) and Phoebe Ethel Maud Leslie. Husband of Clarice Dinah Leslie, of Los Angeles, California, USA.

2275 LawArthur FrancisSergeantNZ/42418Age 20New ZealanderPilotRNZAFTrainin Command14sqn

(NZ)


1942-11-15KittyhawkP-40NZ3033-RNZAF Masterton, New Zealand09:25TrainingSee Archive Report for detailsKilledPicton Cemetery. Grave 63. 29
Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Born on the 19th June 1922 in Picton. Education at Marlborough College, Blenheim High school. Apprentice painter and paper-hanger for H.W Powell, Enlisted at Levin on the 10th January 1942. Pilot badge awarded on the 07th August 1942 and promoted to sergeant on the 02nd May 1942. Posted to 14 squadron on the 02nd November 1942, A total of 137 flying hours with 5 on the Kittyhawk.

Son of William Henry Francis (died 16th December 1956, age 62) and Alice Charlotte Spooner Law (died 13th January 1972, age 76), of Oxford streets, Picton, Marlborough.

2276 JamiesonThomas ArthurSergeant1333534UKWireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command218Sqn
1943-05-14StirlingIEF367HA-GDownham Market00:25BochumDamaged by a night fighter, ran out of fuel while attempting crash landing at RAF ChedburghKilledStreatham Cemetery, Block 17. Grave 27. United Kingdom
2277 HartviksenAlfred HenryFlying OfficerC/48974 (R/162230)Age 37CanadianPassenger RCAF 6 Communications Flight RCAF1947-01-15Beechcraft Expeditor II (C-45)II1394MSN: 7831RCAF base Whitehorse, Yukon11:30Transit FlightSee archive report for detailsKilledThunder Bay Cemetery (Riverside) . Sec. 18. Plot 297. Grave 1
Born on the 07th April 1909 in Malö, Norway. Immigrated with his Norwegian parents when he was five. Educated at Port Arthur School.A foreman carpenter for Carter-Halls-Aldinger Ltd. Enlisted on the 08th April 1942.

Son of Andrew and Hannah Hartviksen, of 438 North Algoma Street, Port Arthur, brother of Edmund Berg, Haldis Jacobi and Emilyalf Alfred, half brother of James Andrew, June Elinor, Helena and Jeanette Mary; husband of Gota Marie Hartviksen (died 1987, age 81 - née Hedin - married 07th September 1929), father of Raymond Carl and Norman Alfred died 2015, age 85), of North McIntyre, Canada. Epitaph: 'Rest In Peace'.

2278 DerrettArthur Edward CreedonFlight Lieutenant 82961Navigator IDFC

RAFVRBomber Command582Sqn
1945-04-26LancasterIPB9836O:ARAF Little StaughtonTrainingThe aircraft iced up after flying into a snow cloud and lost power on both port engines. At 100 feet all control was lost and the Lancaster crashed at 11:50 hrs 2 miles North of RAF Deenethorpe.Injured and admitted to Sick Quarters or Hospital.
2279 ShoemakerWilliam Martin 1st LieutenantFlying OfficerO-5658388th September 1921 in McAlester, OklahomaAmerican2027th Engineer Fire Fighting Platoon (US Army)USAAF 426Sqn RCAF
1944-03-09HalifaxVIILW206OW:QRAF Linton on Ouse, Yorkshire15:17VolkelSee Archive reportKilledRepatriated and laid to rest at the Memorial Park, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
2280 KennedyClyde John MajorSquadron LeaderO-11142946th April 1910 in Fond du Lac, WisconsinAmericanExecutive Officer with the 66th Fighter Wing HQ SquadronUSAAF 426Sqn RCAF
1944-03-09HalifaxVIILW206OW:QRAF Linton on Ouse, Yorkshire15:17VolkelSee Archive reportKilledRepatriated and laid to rest at the Calvery Cemetery and Mausoleum, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
2281 Ginder Arthur Roger Staff Sergeant Sergeant1703285526th November 1919 in Gallatin, Daviess County, MissouriAmericanEngineerUSAAF8th Air Force 322nd Bombardment Squadron (H), 91st Bombardment Group (H), 1st Air Division 1944-01-11B-17 Chief Sly’s SonG42-31076LG:X Bassingbourn (Station #121), Cambridgeshire, England Oschersleben, (Mission #182), Germany See Archive report for detailsKiARepatriated and laid to rest at the in Section ‘Last Supper’, lot 54A, Grave 3, Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery, Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa
2282 BlakemanErnest WalterSergeant1837046Air Gunner (Trainee)RAFVRBomber Command 12OTU
1944-05-31WellingtonIIIBK157JP:?RAF Chipping NortonTrainingSee archive report for detailsKilledBanbury Cemetery, Oxfordshire. Grave 11577
2283 PackFrederick JohnSergeant1631760Air Gunner (Trainee)RAFVRBomber Command 12OTU
1944-05-31WellingtonIIIBK157JP:?RAF Chipping NortonTrainingSee archive report for detailsKilledFareham (Titchfield) New Cemetery, Hampshire. Sec. C. Grave 492
2284 NixonJoseph Henry Sergeant1898832Air Gunner (Trainee)RAFVRBomber Command 12OTU
1944-05-31WellingtonIIIBK157JP:?RAF Chipping NortonTrainingSee archive report for detailsKilledClough Presbyterian Churchyard, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland
2285 SimpsonArthurSergeant1100653 Wireless Operator/ Air GunnerRAFVR19 Group, Coastal Command 58Sqn
1943.05.09HalifaxGR.IIHR743BY:NRAF St. Eval, Cornwall06:11Anti Submarine Patrol See archive report for detailsMiARunnymede Memorial, Panel 164
2286 Cooper Jr. Arthur E. Techical SergeantFlight Sergeant 31468792 AmericanEngineerUSAAF8th Air Force 349th Bombardment Squadron (H), 100th Bombardment Group (H), 1944-03-03 B-17 G42-38017XR:O Thorpe Abbot (Station #139), Norfolk, England Berlin (Mission #246), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Stalag 12A
2287 Congrove Arthur Vanburen Staff SergeantSergeant 35442921 AmericanTail GunnerUSAAF8th Air Force 349th Bombardment Squadron (H), 100th Bombardment Group (H), 1944-03-03B-17G42-38017XR:O Thorpe Abbot (Station #139), Norfolk, England Berlin (Mission #246), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Stalag Luft 4

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