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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
451 CottonIvorFlight Sergeant1575868(Age 39)UKRAFVRFighter (Coastal Command?)307Sqn (Polish)
1943-09-25MosquitolVHJ658RAF Predannack DownInstep PatrolRunnymede Memorial - Surrey, United Kingdom. Panel 135Son of Arthur Thomas Cotton and Ethel Cotton; husband of Ena Rosetta Cotton, of Rushall, Staffordshire
452 CouchWilliam M.1st LieutenantFlying OfficerO-76901014th December 1919 in Long Island City, Queens County, New YorkAmericanNavigatorUSAAF8th Air Force303rd Bombardment Group (H), 359th Bombardment Squadron (H), 1st Air Division1944-11-21B-17 Heller’s AngelsG42-102484BN:KMolesworth (Station #107), Huntingdonshire, EnglandMerseburg (Mission #720), GermanySee Archive report for detailsMurderedRepatriated and buried at the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Section A on Clinton Avenue, Maspeth, Queens County, New York
453 CoughlinGerald PhilipPilot OfficerJ/95336Age 18CanadianAir GunnerRCAFBomber Command434Sqn RCAF
1944-12-05HalifaxIIINR143WL-MRAF Croft, Yorkshire1748SoestSee Archive report - Information courtesy John JonesMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial Panel 249
Courtesy John Jones

Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of James P. and Emma M. Coughlin, of Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada. He was 16 years old when he enlisted on the 09th December 1942. He gave his date of birth as the 10th January 1924 not 10 January 1926.
454 Coulombe Joseph Rosario ArthurFlight SergeantR/96684CanadianWireless Op/Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command106Sqn
1943-02-03LancasterIW4770ZN-OSyerston1805Hamburg?KilledHanover War Cemetery, 11. F. 15. Germany
Accident Report
455 CoulsonWilfred FrancisFlight LieutenantNZ/39447Age 38New ZealandPassengerRNZAFTransport Command40 Squadron (RNZAF)1945-09-24C-47B DakotaNZ3526-Whenuapai, Auckland, New Zealand530TransitSee archive report for further brief details and his lossMissing - believed killedBourail Memorial. Panel 3

Courtesy AWMM

Born on the 29th May 1907 in Marlybone, London, England. Enlisted in the RAF on 27th June 1927. Transferred to RNZAF on the 01st June 1939. Son of William (died 30th June 1954) and Gertrude Coulson and husband of Joyce Edith Coulson (née Simmonds), of Brooks Bar, Manchester, England. A signals officer by trade served at Jacquinot Bay.
456 CoulterArthur LawsonFlight SergeantNZ/421358Age 23New ZealandPilot (U/I)RNZAFBomber Command11 OTU (Operational Training Unit) 92 Group1944-01-04WellingtonICZ8793RAF Westcott, Buckinghamshire200TrainingSee Archive report for further detailsKilledNorthwood Cemetery. Sec. H. Grave 430

Courtesy AWMM

Born on the 15th August 1920 at Wellington. Son of Joseph Lawson Coulter and of Florence Ruby Coulter (née Williamson), of Auckland City, New Zealand.
457 CouperJames ArthurFlight SergeantNZ/417027PilotRNZAFBomber Command75Sqn RNZAF
1943-08-02StirlingIIIBF577JN-M (C Flight)Mepal2331Hamburg See Archive report for further details KilledHamburg Cemetery. Collective grave 4A.D.10-12 Read Archive Report
458 CousinsAlec HenryFlight Sergeant1321669Air/BmrRAFVRBomber Command35Sqn (Madras Presidency)
1944-12-24LancasterIIIPB366TL-SRAF Graveley, Cambridgeshire1535Koln See archive report for further details KilledMaidenhead Cemetery. Sec. C.C. Row W. Grave 30 Read Archive Report
459 CowieArthurFlight Lieutenant45949Age 25Air GunnerDFM

RAFBomber Command199Sqn
1943-02-13WellingtonIIIX3870EX-SRAF Blyton, Lincolnshire1730Lorient See archive report for further details KilledGuidel Communal Cemetery. Row 5. Grave 3. Read Archive Report
460 CowperRobert William DouglasFlying OfficerNZ/39903Age 24New ZealanderPilot (Inst)RNZAFTraining Command2 Service Flying Training School


1942-05-26HarvardIINZ920-RNZAF Woodbourne, New Zealand945TrainingSee archive report for further detailsKilledAramoho Cemetery. Grave F. 13. 825

Courtesy Air Museum of New Zealand

Born on the 02nd October 1918 in Wanganui. Educated at the Wanganui Collegiate. A clerk for the Banko of NSW in Wanganui. A reserve pilot with the Wairarapa and Ruahine Aero Club in December 1938. 'A' licence gained on the 29th March 1939. Enlisted at Levin as a pilot under training on the 26th October 1939. With No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School 20th November 1940. No. 2 Flying Training School 28th December 1940. Pilot badge awarded 27th March 1940. Commissioned 04th May 1940. Flying Instructor School 18th June 1940. With No. 1 Flying Training School as instructor 14th August 1940 flying the Gordon. No. 3 Service Flying Training School in late December flying the Hind and Harvard. Joined No. 2 Service Flying Training School 07th March 1942 flying the Harvard.

Son of Arthur Edwin (died 1927) and Clara Alice Luxford Cowper (née Roulston - died 1965), of Wanganui, New Zealand.

461 CoxArthurFlying Officer184305PilotDSO

RAFVRBomber Command463Sqn RAAF
1945-04-25LancasterIRA542JO-ZWaddington2014TonsbergEmergency landing at Satenas airfield Wounded. InternedArchive Report RA542
462 CoxArthur Cromwell LlewellynPilot Officer182638Age 33NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command626Sqn
1944-09-12LancasterILM137UM-G2RAF Wickenby1825Frankfurt1.5 miles North of PlittersdorfMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 210. Son of Walter George and Sarah Ann Cox; husband of Emily Winstanley Cox, of South Shore, Blackpool, Lancashire, England Information courtesy Traugott Vitz
463 CoxLeonard Arthur1384083Age 43NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command40Sqn1943-08-11WellingtonXHZ544BL-ZHani West, Tunisia2200Messina See archive report for further brief details Missing - believed killedAlamein Memorial. Panel 269 Read Archive Report
464 CozensGeorge ArthurPilot Officer148793PilotDFM

RAFVRBomber Command149Sqn (East India)
1943-07-03StirlingIIIBF530OJ-BRAF Lakenheath2327Koln See archive report for further information KilledHeverlee War Cemetery. Leuven, Belgium. Grave 3.A.1 Attacker
Read Archive Report
465 CracknellStanley ArthurSergeant1800178RAFVRCoastal Command280Sqn (Air Sea Rescue)
1944-10-08Vickers WarwickNot knownBV290Not knownRAF BecclesAir Sea RescueSee archive report for detailsMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 227 Read Archive Report
466 CraigArthur ErnestSergeant358376Age 33ObserverRAFBomber Command18Sqn
1940-05-21BlenheimIVL9325WV-?RAF Watton, Norfolk1200ReconnaisanceInitially - lost without trace - see archive report for updateKilledColl. Rancourt Military Cemetery. Grave BB.1-3Read Archive Report
467 CramptonRoy Arthur VernonFlight Lieutenant66010PilotRAFBomber Command139 Sqn (Jamaica)
1943-08-17MosquitoIVDZ465XD:Wyton20:49BerlinShot up by flak. On return, crash landed at Swanton Morley airfield, NorfolkInjured
468 CranfieldAstley ArthurFlight Sergeant420155AustraliaRAAF460Sqn RAAF
1943-09-22RAAF Honour Roll
469 CresswellArthur BryceSergeant1575726NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command78Sqn
1943-07-30HalifaxIIJD375EY-PRAF Breighton, Yorkshire2210Remscheid See Archive report for further details KilledRheinberg War Cemetery Coll. grave 9.J.15-21 Read Archive Report
470 CrightonArthur BlighFlying OfficerJ/6217CanadianPilotRCAFBomber Command419Sqn RCAF
1942-04-08WellingtonIIIX3467VR-NMildenhallHamburgBoth engines set afire by flak and night fighter. Abandoned SE of LeerPoW - Interned at Stalag Luft L3 Sagan and BelariaAccident report
471 CroftArthur CorneliusFlight Sergeant915189NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command106 Sqn
1944-06-27LancasterILL974ZN:PMetheringham22:55VitryClaim by Hptm Hans-Karl Kamp Stab III./NJG4 - 2-15km West of Chalons-sur-Marne (AJ 2): 01:49. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten). Crashed at Thibie (Marne), 11 km WSW from the centre of Châlons-sur-Marne.KilledDieppe Canadian War Cemetery, Hautot-sur-Mer, Collective Grave M. 8-13Son of William and Alice Croft; husband of Eileen Eleanor Croft, of Eltham, London, England.
472 CrokerArthur JamesSergeant527080Age 23W/Op/Air/GnrRAFCoastal Command217Sqn1941-02-01BeaufortIL9835MW-WRAF St. Eval1455Brest See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 41. Son of Frank and Ethel Croker and husband of May Croker (née Williams), of Newquay, Cornwall, England Read Archive Report
473 CropleyAlan ArthurFlight Lieutenant416078AustraliaRAAF530Sqn Bombardment USAAF
1944-10-29RAAF Honour Roll
474 CroskellGeoffrey Arthur AustinFlying Officer133798UKPilotRAFVRMiddle East14Sqn
1944-11-08MarauderIFK362RAF Blida, Algeria09:37Ferry flight Italy to AlgeriaCrashed into MediterraneanKilledMALTA MEMORIAL Panel 13, Column 1. MaltaAccident report
475 CrossJames ArthurSergeant Flight Engineer1092054RAFVRBomber Command49Sqn
1943-03-29LancasterIIIED469EA-ARAF Fiskerton, Lincolnshire2145Berlin Shot down by night fighter - crashed at Eilvese, north of Neustadt Am R?_benberge, Germany KilledHanover War Cemetery. Grave 12.F.12. Read Archive Report
476 CrossGarfield WallaceFlying OfficerJ/36865Age ?CanadaAir BomberRCAFBomber Command158Sqn
1945-01-05Halifax IIIMZ432NP-QRAF Lissett, Yorkshire1701HanoverSee archive report for further detailsPoW Stalag Luft 1None - survived the warParadie Archive DatabaseCaptured near Dörverden at 10:30 hrs on the 07th January 1945
477 CrossArthurSergeant1593233Age 30BritishAir GunnerRAFVRBomber Command12Sqn
1944-03-15LancasterIIIND447PH-CRAF Wickenby, Lincolnshire18:49StuttgartCrashed HartheemKilledDurnbach War Cemetery. Collective grave 4.K.15-21Son of Arthur and Laura Cross and husband of Doris Irene Cross, of Coneysthorpe, Yorkshire, England. Epitaph: 'Always Remembered'.
478 CrowArthur MauriceFlight Lieutenant116137NavigatorDSO



RAFVRCoastal Command544Sqn1944-12-29MosquitoPR.XVINS791Not issuedRAF Benson, Oxfordshire11:14ReconnaissanceSee Archive report for detailsMurderedHanover War Cemetery. Grave 10.C.16
479 CroweEric ArthurSergeantR185340NavigatorRCAFBomber Command18OTU
1944-06-27WellingtonIIIZ1592WP:?RAF Finningley, Yorkshire13:35Cross country training sortieSee Archive report for detailsKilledHarrogate Cemetery (Stonefall). Sec. B. Row H. Grave 1Paradie Archive Database
480 CullenArthur SamuelFlying Officer406519AustraliaRAAF1 OTU East Sale1945-05-04RAAF Honour Roll
481 CummingsHarold Arthur JohnFlight Sergeant414006AustraliaRAAF150Sqn RAF
1943-05-15RAAF Honour Roll
482 PoultonArthur DarvallFlight LieutenantNZ/2523Age 41New ZealandPilotRNZAFNZ Bomber CommandChristchurch General Reconnaissance Squadron
1940-02-05Blackburn BaffinB.5NZ152-RNZAF Wigram12:10TrainingSee archive report for further details - crashed into Pegasus BayKilledEast Eyreton CemeteryBorn on the 13th June 1898. in Opawa, Christchurch. Educated at Christchurch College. Worked as a farmer prior to service. Joined the RAF in London on the 05th December 1918. After returning to New Zealand in 1919 he joined the NZTAF on the 19th November 1923.

Son of John James Arthur Poulton (died 1952, age 83) and of Eva Fanny Poulton (née Horning - died 1953). Husband of Janet Mabel Poulton (née Dixon - died 16th April 1989, age 85), of 'Byrewell', West Eyreton, Canterbury, New Zealand

483 CundyArthur C 2nd LtO-697006USAPilotUSAAF353rd Fighter Group352nd Fighter Squadron
1944-11-27P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
484 CundyArthur C 1st LtO-697006USAPilotUSAAF353rd Fighter Group352nd Fighter Squadron
1944-12-24P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
485 CundyArthur C 1st LtO-697006USAPilotUSAAF353rd Fighter Group352nd Fighter Squadron
1945-01-14P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
486 CundyArthur C 1st LtO-697006USAPilotUSAAF353rd Fighter Group352nd Fighter Squadron
1945-03-02P-51 Mustang3 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
487 CurdNicholSergeant1110218Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command9Sqn
1942-11-07LancasterIW4265WS-LRAF Waddington, Lincolnshire1753Genoa, ItalyCollided with another Lancaster over base. Both aircraft crashedKilledPenshaw (All Saints) Churchyard, County Durham Section 5. Row 2. Grave 5. Read Archive Report
488 Cure George ArthurSergeant15779761922NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command30 OTU1943.05.15WellingtonXHE468HixonNight NavigationReturned to base only to dive and crash at 0357 hours out of control at Mountford Farm, Salt HeathKilledBirmingham (Hansworth) Cemetery, Sec. 14. C. of E. Class B. Grave 8233 Son of Sidney and Clara Cure, of Great Barr Birmingham.
489 CurrieRonald JamesFlying OfficerJ/21861Age 25CanadianPilotRCAFFighter Command184Sqn
1944-08-18TyphoonIbMN623BR-?B.5 ALG Le Fresne Camilly, Calvados, France16:00PatrolSee archive report for details.KilledBretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery. Grave XVII.B.10
Paradie Archive DatabaseBorn on the 06th April 1919 in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. A bank clerk prior to service. Enlisted as an air gunner on the 26th August 1940. Air gunner badge awarded in October 1940 and promoted to sergeant. Yransffered for pilot training following steps taken bu his brother. Graduated from No. 13 Service Flying Training School, Saint Hubert, Quebec in December 1942 and commissioned as a P/O. Involved in n accident on Harvard 3773 in bad weather on the 02nd November 1942 at 21:15 hrs - no injuries.

Whilst with 59 Operational Training Unit, Involved in a collision during take off with another Hurricane. The other pilot was killed.

See second archive report.

Joined 184 squadron from 59 Operational Training Unit on the 27th January 1944. Awarded his pilots badge on the 18th December 1942.

Son of the late Arthur Victor and Gladys Annie Currie (née Wickwire). Two brothers, Fl/Lt. Leo Lloyd Currie J/9582 (serving in Libya) and Wilfrid Currie. Husband of Margaret Merriam Morse Beutel of Main Street, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia. Previously of 188 Kearne Avenue Perth Amboy, New Jersey, USA, Married 26th March 1942. Father of James Arthur Currie. Following the death of F/O Currie she married Lt. Warner H. Beutel of the US Navy in New York on the 30th September 1949

490 CurrieEdgar JamesFlying Officer1912 LondonW/Op1939-45 Star; Air Crew Europe Star; War Medal 1939-45RAFVRBomber Command97Sqn (Straits Settlements) Pathfinder Force
1944-03-30LancasterIIIND390OF-SBourn2215NurnbergShot down by a night fighter of Maj Martin Drewes lll./NJG1 and crashed over Coburg whilst on a bombing raid to NurembergCrashed AhornKilledDurnbach War Cemetery
initially with 78 Squadron. He had joined the squadron as a new crew in October 1942, and between November 1942 and May 1943 took part in 24 operational sorties, including raids on Lorient (three times), Genoa, Turin (four times), Hamburg (where the aircraft was severely damaged by Flak), Wilhelmshaven, Cologne, Dortmund, and Nuremberg. Currie was sent to 15 O.T.U. at the end of this tour and then on Pathfinder Force training on P.F.F. course 78 on 8 March 1944. Posted to 97 (Straits Settlements) Squadron, Pathfinder Force on 11 March 1944, he was part of an experienced crew, which included Flight Lieutenant R. D. Trevor Roper, D.F.C., D.F.M., who had previously served with 617 Squadron, and had been awarded his D.F.C. for the famous Dams’ Raid. They flew their first operational sortie on 15 March 1944, a bombing raid on Stuttgart, where they encountered fierce night fighter combat over the target area. Currie was killed in action when Lancaster ND390, piloted by Flight Lieutenant D. H. Rowlands, D.F.C., was detailed to attack Nuremberg, as part of the main force of 795 aircraft, and was shot down by an Me.110 flown by Major Martin Drewes, III./NJG1, and crashed in the south west suburbs of Coburg, on 30-31 March 1944. All the crew were killed. Nuremberg, the Blackest Night in R.A.F. History, by Martin Bowman gives the following account: ‘At 01:20 a.m. Drewes and his crew singled out their third victim of the night. It was Lancaster III ND390 NF-S of 97 Squadron which was being flown by 23 year old Flight Lieutenant Desmond Harold Rowlands D.F.C., of Kenton Middlesex. “At 700 metres” said Handke “we could see it was another Lancaster. We were about to attack from the rear again when Petz announced that he had cleared the stoppage in our cannon. With the oblique cannon now working we could attack from below and to the side of the bomber with less risk of being seen. Drewes edged the night fighter closer and for a few seconds we were almost on a parallel course. Unaware the Lancaster flew on. Then Drewes raked it with a long burst aimed into the wing. Flames fanned from the engines to acknowledge the accuracy of his shooting.” Rowlands and his crew were mostly second tourists who were on their third operation with the Pathfinders. The bodies of 19 year old Sergeant Robert Myall Lane, the flight engineer of Richmond Surrey; Arthur Robert Cadman D.F.M., the 24 year old navigator of Kingswinford Staffordshire (whose award had been granted in 49 Squadron in 1940); Albert Stanley McFadden the 28 year old bomb aimer of Walton, Liverpool and Flying Officers Edgar James Currie the 32 year old wireless operator whose wife Coralie Currie lived in Dulwich, London and Fred Coleville the mid upper gunner of Chester-Le-Street, County Durham were found near the main fuselage on the edge of a wood at Ahorn in the South West suburbs of Coburg. The tail came down some distance away and the body of 28 year old Flight Lieutenant Richard Algernon Dacre Trevor Roper D.F.C., D.F.M. was found still in the rear turret.’ Currie is buried along with his crew in Dürnbach War Cemetery, Germany. His medals were sent to his widow, Coralie Mabel Currie. 99 Upper Richmond Road, Putney, SW15

Attacker Maj Martin Drewes lll./NJG1
491 CurrieRonald JamesPilot OfficerJ/21861Age ?CanadaPilotRCAFFighter Command59 Operational Training Unit. 9 Group1943-07-14HurricaneIV7173-RAF Millfield, Northumberland955TrainingSee archive report for further brief details - collided with P3475Safe - killed on the 18the August 1944Bretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery. Grave XVII. B. 10

Courtesy Operation Picture Me

A bank clerk prior to service. Awarded his pilots badge on the 18th December 1942. Son of the late Arthur Victor and Gladys Annie Currie (nee Wickwire). Husband of Margaret Merriam Morse Beutel of Parrsboro, Nova Scotia. Joined 184 squadron from 59 Operational Training Unit on the 27th January 1944.
492 CurryJohn HenryFlight Sergeant1335808Age 28BritishPilotRAFVRFighter Command165Sqn
1943-07-25SpitfireVcAR609SK-ERAF Ibsley, Hampshire14:04Ramrod 154See archive report for further detailsMissing- believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 136
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Curry, of Charlton, London, England.

Shot down by Oblt. Arthur Beese of I./JG 26. Crashed into Westerschelde 10 km south-east of Vlissingen. His body was never knowingly recovered.

Had previously been shot down flying Spitfire BM518, on the 09th February 1943 - evaded capture and returned.

493 CurtisLeonard WilliamPte6025725Age 22PassengerArmyArmy Air Corp2nd SAS Regt1944-07-23StirlingIVLJ882L9-HRAF Fairford, GloucestershireSOE 'Rupert' See archive report for further details KilledGraffigny-Chemin Communal Cemetery. Collective grave 12-22
Image courtesy Special Forces Roll Of Honour
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494 CushwayArthur WilliamSergeant12853061913Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command1651 CU
1942-07-28StirlingIN6069BS-GWaterbeach2325HamburgLost without traceKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 81Son of William Arthur and Emily Jane Cushway; husband of Winifred Beatrice Cushway, of Dagenham, Essex
495 CuykendallRalph AllenTechnical SergeantFlight Sergeant6041712AmericanBombardierUSAAF8th Air Force303rd Bombardment Group (H), 359th Bombardment Squadron (H), 1st Air Division1944-11-21B-17 Heller’s AngelsG42-102484BN:KMolesworth (Station #107), Huntingdonshire, EnglandMerseburg (Mission #720), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Dulag Luft 12 Groß-Tychow Pomerania
496 CwiklinskiArthur C 2nd LtO-820236USAPilotUSAAF4th Fighter Group334th Fighter Squadron: Fighting Eagles
1944-06-20P-47 Thunderbolt. (P-51 Mustang from mid 1944)0.5 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
497 CwiklinskiArthur C 2nd LtO-820236USAPilotUSAAF4th Fighter Group334th Fighter Squadron: Fighting Eagles
1944-08-18P-47 Thunderbolt. (P-51 Mustang from mid 1944)2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
498 DabsonCyril ClaudeSergeant13301741913Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command100 Sqn
1943-06-16LancasterIIIED553HW:RGrimsby22:45KolnED553 was claimed by Uffz. Rudolf Frank, his 10th Abschuss and 1st of two this night, from 2./NJG3. detached from 2./NJG1, over Wommelgen at 50m at 01:00 hrs. ((Nachtjagd Combat Archive (1 January - 22 June) 1943 Part 1 - Theo Boiten). Aircraft crashed at 01:04 at Wommelgen (Antwerpen) some 7 km ESE from the centre of Antwerpen.KilledSchoonselhof Cemetery II.F.10Son of Arthur William and Zora Leonora Dabson; husband of Gladys Irene Dabson, of Framfield, Sussex
499 DaceyGeorgeSergeant1016932Age 35Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command158Sqn
1945-01-05Halifax IIIMZ432NP-QRAF Lissett, Yorkshire1701HanoverSee archive report for further detailsKilled - Sgt Dacey is reported to have bailed out but his body was never found.Runnymede Memorial Panel 274
Son of Henry and Rose Dacey, of Liverpool, England. The family have also placed his name on the grave of his parents at the Ford Cemetery. Plot 0275
500 DackPhillip Robert ArthurPilot OfficerJ/8988222 February 1904CanadianAir GunnerRCAFBomber Command434Sqn RCAF
1944-01-20HalifaxVLL179WL-KCroft1615BerlinPossible claim by Hptm Leopold Fellerer Stab II/NJG 5. German documents show that the aircraft crashed 1.5km H. Nerdrand, Mückendorf , 3km NW of Baruth, 14 km North West of Golßen (Brandenburg)KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 249 Paradie Archive Database Those who perished were initially buried in Mückendorf Municipal Cemetery on 25 January 1944.

Letters between the Imperial War Graves Commission and the mother of Flt.Sgt. Mould indicate that as Mückendorf was in the Russian Zone of occupation it was not possible to corroborate the German records by locating the graves

Son of Albert Arthur and Ethel Mary Dack

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