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Runnymede Memorial Database

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The Air Forces Memorial, or Runnymede Memorial, in Englefield Green, near Egham, Surrey, England is a memorial dedicated to some 20,456 men and women from air forces of the British Empire who were lost in air and other operations during World War II. Those recorded have no known grave anywhere in the world, and many were lost without trace. The name of each of these airmen and airwomen is engraved into the stone walls of the memorial, according to country and squadron. There are other memorials to the fallen with no known grave, namely the Ottawa Allied Forces Memorial, the Malta Memorial and the Alamein Allied Forces Memorial, all of which are to be found on this site under the Databases menu.
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#Name (↑)First NamesInitialsService NumberRank (↑)TitleAwards (↑)DutyAir Service (↑)DateofDeath (↑)DatesofOperationSquadron (↑)CommandAircraftMarkSerialCodeStationDepartedOperation NameCircumstancesFateAgeFamily DetailsPanelNotes
1 Allen StanleyS1023445 SergeantRAFVR1943-01-1817/18.01.4344 Sqd (Rhodesia)
Bomber CommandLancasterIED318KM-X1709BerlinKilledAge 32 Son of Robert and Sarah Ellen Allen; husband of Margaret Allen, of Chaddesden, DerbyshirePanel 140
2 Allen Francis HenryF H1332207 SergeantRAFVR1943-02-1413/14.02.4349 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIIIED450EA-G1859LorientCrashed in sea off PlymouthKilledAge 21 Son of Percy George Allen and Edith Elizabeth Allen, of Norwich, NorfolkPanel 140
3 Allen Basil JohnB J1601202 SergeantRAFVR1944-02-1515-16-02-44622 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIW4272GI-C1740BerlinCrashed near Andijk {Noord-Holland}KilledPanel 223
4 Barnfather Douglas AllenD A1432057 SergeantRAFVR1943-07-2827/28.07.43106 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIED303ZN-2300HamburgKilledAge 25 Son of Thomas and Nora Barnfather, of Banfield, ArgentinePanel 141
5 Clarke George AllenG A3010578 SergeantRAFVR1945-03-1716-17-Mar-45625 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIRF145CF0ZKelstern1746NurnbergKilledPanel 274
6 Hargill AllenA1427039 SergeantRAFVR1944-08-3027-28-08-44106 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIIIND331ZN-G2015KonigsbergKilledAge 23 Son of Robert Hargill, and of Lily Hargill, of Wakefield, YorkshirePanel 231
7 Jackson Allen StewartA SAUS.434791 Flight SergeantRAAF1944-08-2726-27-08-44115 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIHK556A4-F2019KielKilledAge 19 Son of John Joseph and Olive Isabel Jackson, of Toowoomba, Queensland, AustraliaPanel 260
8 Morris Norman HenryN H1271185 SergeantRAFVR1943-06-2625/26.06.4344 Sqd (Rhodesia)
Bomber CommandLancasterIR5740KM-O2251GelsenkirchenKilledAge 21 Son of Allen and Elizabeth Morris, of Beckenham, KentPanel 159
9 Shaw RonaldR1379174 SergeantRAFVR1943-01-2727/28.01.43106 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIR5637ZN-D1739DusseldorfCrashed SW of Roermond HollandKilledAge 21 Son of Allen and Eliza Shaw, of Castleford, YorkshirePanel 164
10 Slade William AllenW AAUS.424888 Flight SergeantRAAF1944-05-1010-11-05-44463 Sqd RAAF
Bomber CommandLancasterIHK535JO-N2203LilleCrashed target areaKilledAge 23 Son of Harold Worsley Slade and Rose Slade, of Orange, New South Wales, AustraliaPanel 261
11 Smith Norman RonaldN R1851601 SergeantRAFVR1944-01-1414-15-01-44144 Sqd
Bomber CommandLancasterIIIJB726OF-Y1650BraunschweigKilledAge 19 Son of Allen Reginald and Edith Gertrude Smith, of Bournemouth, HampshirePanel 238

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