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Pilot Officer Kenneth William PAWSON (112442) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Lost in aircraft Spitfire BP973  

Death of Death 1942-04-25 .

Served in 601 Sqdn

Burial/Commemoration Details : Prot. Sec. (Officers'). Plot E. Coll. grave 20. at Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemete, Malta


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London Gazette Mentions

NumberName /Text London Gazette Details
112442937716 Kenneth William PAWSONLondon Gazette issue : 35408 , Dated 1942-01-06 , Download #35408

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 25 Apr 42 Aircraft Name Spitfire Vc Serial Number BP973
Unit 601 Sqdn Operating Airfield Country Malta
Aircrew details
Source Henk Welting's Database

Other Aircrew lost in Spitfire Vc BP973

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Pilot OfficerKenneth William PAWSON (112442) Pilot Spitfire BP973   1942-04-25601 Sqdn AIR27 MaltaMalta (Capuccini) Naval Cemete

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P/O Kenneth William Pawson 112442Still plugging away at my local war dead. P/O Kenneth William Pawson 112442 I've been informed by family that he's a relative, but not close enough for me to be able to get this service records. Besides the obvious that I've managed to get from the CWGC I don't have much. He was supposedly an instructor for 8 months prior to beginning active service. If anyone can give me any extra info on that it'd be great. Also I have annecdotal evidence that his aircraft, possibly a Spitfire Vb flying from Luqa, was shot down in combat with a Me 109. Anything anyone can do to confirm or deny this would be greatly appreciated. ....Read More.John Moore on 9th June 2010 12:08:10
P/O Kenneth William Pawson 112442it does appear that he got back to Malta and crashed as per Henk. He's buried in Kalkara Naval Cemetery, see: Kenneth William PAWSON, Pilot-Officer, Pilot, 112442, Royal Air Force (VR), 601 Squadron, aged 31 years, the husband of Grace Ellen Pawson, of Bridlington, Yorkshire. Died 25th April 1942. Hope that helps.. ....Read More.KevinW4 on 10th June 2010 04:44:57

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