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Casualities in the CWGC Register for Tigermoth A17-36

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Aircraftman 1st ClassArthur Edward ALDERSON (6517) Tigermoth A17-36  Forum Post 1940-08-08 AustraliaNarromine General Cemetery
Flying OfficerHolbert Frederick SMALES (603) Tigermoth A17-36  Forum Post 1940-08-08 AustraliaRookwood Crematorium, Sydney


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1940 Unaccounted Airmen Database ReconciliationAircraftman 1st Class Arthur Edward ALDERSON (6517) 1940-08-08 Australia Narromine General Cemetery Flying Officer Holbert Frederick SMALES (603) 1940-08-08 Australia Rookwood Crematorium, Sydney 8-8-40 F/O H. Smales AC1 A.C. Alderson, age 29 Cremated Rookwood NSW Narromine Civil Cemetery 5 EFTS Tiger Moth A17-36 Spun into ground 6km northwest of Narromine TWO KILLED. R.A.A.F. CRASH. SYDNEY, August 8. —Two mem- bers of the Royal Australian Air Force were killed in a crash five miles from Narromine to-day. The machine crashed in a wheatfield on Redlands, the property of Messrs. J.H. and J. H. A. Warren. The latter said he saw the 'plane circling over the property some time before the accident, and the engine appeared to be running efficiently. He did not see or hear the crash, but later found the wrecked 'plane with its nose buried in the ground. The victims were: Flying-officer Hol- bert Frederick Smales (30), married, instructor. and Aircraftsman Arthur Edward Alderson (29), flight mechanic. ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 11th December 2018 11:58:55


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