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Corporal George Robert DAVIS (3051108) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve


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Death of Death 1946-07-24 .

Served in RAF Dum Dum

Burial/Commemoration Details : Plot O. Row F. Grave 36. at Calcutta (Bhowanipore) Cemeter, India

More Details: SON OF ARTHUR HAROLD AND ADA LUCY DAVIS, OF WEST PINCHBECK, LINCOLNSHIRE.

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460724 - Unaccounted Airmen - 24-07-1946Hello, 460724 - Unaccounted Airmen - 24-07-1946 From Henk's List - UK ARMSTRONG, John Forest - W/O - 1867735 - RAFVR. Darlington Crematorium, Durham. BARKER, Donald Schofield - W/O(Nav) - 1622608 - RAFVR. Elland Cemetery, Yorkshire. HARRISON, Roland - W/O(Pilot) - 1600786 - RAFVR. High Wycombe Cemetery, Buckinghamshire. INGRAM, Peter -F/Sgt(A/G) - 1604044 - RAFVR. Fulham Palace Road Cemetery, London. From CWGC & Geoff's Sites - GERMANY BOWDEN, Edwin Robert - F/Lt(Nav) - 170256 - D.F.C - RAFVR - 107 Sqdn. Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. MAHER, William Christopher - Wng/CDR - 43177 - D.F.C - A.F.M - RAF - 107 Sqdn. Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The above two airmen were in Mosquito FB.VI - TA495 - 107 Sqdn INDIA DAVIS, George Robert - Cpl - 3051108 - RAFVR. Calcutta ( Bhowanipore ) Cemetery, Kolkata, India. RAM, Narayan - Enrolled Follower - 65113 - RIAF - 353 Sqdn. Delhi/Karachi 1939-1945 War Memorials, India. UK HALDON, John Christopher - F/Lt - 161008 - RAFVR - 431 Sqdn. Runnymede Memorial, Surrey. STIFF, Frederick Charles - W/O(A/G) - 931202 - RAFVR - 201 Sqdn. Hartest Cemetery, Suffolk. Armstrong, Haldon, Harrison, Ingram and Stiff were aboard Wellington III - BJ895 - CGS. Alex ....Read More.Alex Smart on 5th January 2018 05:33:53
460724 - Unaccounted Airmen - 24-07-1946Hello INDIA DAVIS, George Robert - Cpl - 3051108 - the Lincolnshire Echo of August 13th 1946 reported the following: [I]WEST PINCHBECK MAN ELECTROCUTED Corporal George Robert Davis, R.A.F., aged 20, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davis, South Fen, West Pinchbeck, has died as the result of electrocution in India, where he had been serving since October, 1944.[/I] Regards Simon ....Read More.wwrsimon on 6th January 2018 07:29:59

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