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Aircraftman 1st Class Henry William STEER (10610) of the Royal Air Force
Circumstances of Death:
Death of Death 1941-05-18 Age : 50 years.
Burial/Commemoration Details : Plot 3. Grave 5568. at Dorking Cemetery, United Kingdom
More Details: SON OF ELI AND ELLEN GREGORY STEER, OF DORKING; HUSBAND OF EMILY STEER, OF DORKING.
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|410518 - Unaccounted airmen - 18-5-1941||What were the places of death registration for: Cpl George KERR - 615092; AC1 Frederick H. PORTER - 575868; AC1 Henry W. STEER - 10610, and Cpl David S. TEMPLE - 967234. Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Battle Trainer - R7363 - 12 FTS - shot down in error (?) or by fighter (?), crashed 3 miles S of Grantham (already as casualty on this aircraft: F/O B.K. THOMAS - 42028). Hector I - K9751 - GTS - crashed on take-off Thame. Magister I - R1902 - 15 EFTS - abandoned 1 mile N of Enfield, Middlesex. Master I - N7755 - 8 FTS - crashed on landing at night Montrose. Oxford II - N6370 - 14 FTS - crashed on landing at night - Sibson. Oxford II - V3579 - 12 FTS - crashed on take-off 1 mile SW of Harlaxton. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.||Henk Welting on 27th September 2008 10:06:41|
|410518 - Unaccounted airmen - 18-5-1941||Cpl George KERR - 615092; DIED OF WOUNDS OE INJURIES RECEIVED ON ACTIVE SERVICE AC1 Frederick H. PORTER - 575868; DIED OF WOUNDS OR INJURIES RECEIVED ON ACTIVE SERVICE But rank is given as AC2 AC1 Henry W. STEER - 10610, DOAS as found by Ken above Cpl David S. TEMPLE - 967234. KOAS cannot find him in Scotland either. Does his burial at Little rissington mean anything, he was from Middlesex? ....Read More.||dennis_burke on 3rd November 2009 05:57:11|