|1941 Unaccounted Airmen Database Reconciliation||Some more Canadian Burials to June 30 1941
Pilot Officer Geoffrey Fylton MACKIE (J/3470) 1941-02-15 Canada Vernon Coldstream Cemetery
Killed when RCAF Training Plane Crashed near Point Anne. Eyewitnesses said the plane nose-dived onto the ice
of the Bay of Quinie and eninge buried itself in 20 inches of ice. Pilot thrown from cockpit and body
found some distance from wreckage
From Bill Walker Web Site
North American Harvard 1344
Serving with Central Flying School, RCAF Station Trenton, Ontario, when it crashed into the Bay of Quinte at 10:10 on 15 February 1941. Had 795:45 logged time when struck off.
Leading Aircraftman Lloyd George LEE (R/72438) 1941-02-21 Canada Chatsworth (Shiloh) Cemetery
Leading Aircraftman Lee was killed in the crash of his Harvard (#2590) aircraft crashed near Metcalfe, Ontario, Canada.
Category A damage on 21 February 1941 while serving at No. 2 Service Flying Training School, Uplands, Ontario. Had 342:10 airframe time when struck off.
Leading Aircraftman Lloyd Ross LANCASTER (R/52101) 1941-02-25 Canada Rodney (Mclean) Cemetery Ref : Plot 31. Row 2. Lot 5.
Sergeant William Henry PREST (R/64134) 1941-02-25 Canada Niagara Falls (St. John's) Cem
Avro Anson Mk I 6250 1 ANS RCAF
Crew (all killed):
Sgt Joseph Goodwin Butcher (pilot, 25, from Carman, Manitoba)
Sgt William Henry Prest (observer, 20, from Lucknow, Ontario)
Sgt Harry Albert Howarth (observer, 19, from London, Ontario)
LAC Lloyd Ross Lancaster (wireless operator, 23, from Rodney, Ontario)
Leading Aircraftman Chesley Albert KELLOWAY (798564) 1941-03-02 Canada Barrie Union Cemetery
Chesley Albert Kelloway, age 22 was laid to rest with full R.C.A.F. honours in Barrie Union cemetery after His plane
crashed to the landing field about a mile from the aerodrome at Camp Borden while flying at night about 11;25 p.m. Sunday.
He was flying solo, about 200-300 feet in a "Yale" training Machine at No.1 Service Flying Training School, Camp Borden
Maybe North American Harvard 2622 - Would Like Confirmation - The Yale report comes from a newspaper report
Category A damage on 2 March 1941 while at No. 1 Service Flying Training School, Camp Borden, Ontario. Had 291:30 airframe time when struck off.
Pilot Officer Charles GILLARD (J/3109) 1941-03-12 Canada Burnaby Masonic Cemetery Ref : Plot 10B. Sec. G. Grave 4.
Leading Aircraftman Eric Henry WILLIAMS (R/54298) 1941-03-12 Canada Ottawa (Pinecrest) Cemetery
Collsion between 2 bombing training planes at No 8 Air Training School Moncton. NB
Charles 'Chuck' Gillard
LAC D C Code Missing - Injured
LAC David J Patton of Islington Ont bailed Out and landed Safely
8 Air Training Shool Monc ....Read More.||paulmcmillan on 14th May 2019 12:48:15|