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Aircraftman 1st Class Albert WEBSTER (1481330) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve


 

Death of Death 1942-11-15 .

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Burial/Commemoration Details : Sec. E/19. Grave 21. at Nottingham Northern Cemetery, United Kingdom

More Details: SON OF ALBERT AND GEORGINA WEBSTER, HUSBAND OF FRANCES AMY ELIZABETH MAY WEBSTER, OF ASPLEY.

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Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/228Temporary Warrant Officer J A Webster: prisoner of war. Sergeant F Checkley and Sergeant A J Robertson: report of deaths; Blenheim P6901 crashed in Voorburg, near The Hague, The Netherlands, 10 May 1940.C14142053
AIR81/1842Flight Sergeant W C Parkes, Leading Aircraftman G R Sutcliffe, Leading Aircraftman F A Webster, Aircraftman W Ledsham: killed; Anson N5086, School of Air Navigation, Rhossili, 23 February 1940. Note: With photographs and mapsC16471317
AIR81/3280Sergeant W S Bissett: killed; Pilot Officer A Webster, Sergeant R E Jones, Sergeant H W Neville: uninjured; enemy action, Hampden P4338, 61 Squadron, 14 September 1940.C16472615
AIR81/7568Pilot Officer D G L Buckley, Pilot Officer P L Nash (RCAF), Sergeant J T Traviss, Sergeant L A Webster: killed; aircraft accident, Hampden AD849, 16 Operational Training Unit, 11 July 1941.C16756865
AIR81/7608Sergeant O A Matthews (RNZAF), Sergeant W A Strachan (RCAF), Sergeant A Webster: killed; Sergeant J W Bent, Sergeant C S Edwards (RCAF), Sergeant K G MacLean: missing believed killed; aircraft failed to return from operational flight over enemy territory, Wellington R1063, 115 Squadron, 7 July 1941.C16756905

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