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Aircraftman 1st Class Roy WYCHERLEY (959146) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Death of Death 1940-06-11 .
Burial/Commemoration Details : N.W. part. Row 6. Grave 8. at Broughton (St. Paul) Churchyar, United Kingdom
More Details: SON OF WILLIAM H. WYCHERLEY AND EMILY WYCHERLEY, OF BROUGHTON; HUSBAND OF IRENE WYCHERLEY, OF RHOSDDU, WREXHAM.
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|400611 - Unaccounted airmen 11-6-1940||What caused the death of following airmen: LAC Ronald W. HALLAM - 621765, killed on active service (Flight Global), buried Killead (St.Catherine) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Antrim (UK7256). Sgt (Pilot) Norman L. PAGE - 740200, died of wounds or injuries received on active service (Flight Global), buried same churchyard as LAC HALLAM. Both may have been casualties on Henley L3308 of 3 BGS, crashed on approach Eglinton. AC1 Roy WYCHERLEY - 959146, whose name I can't find in The Times and Flight Global archives, buried Broughton (St.Paul) Churchyard, Denbighshire (UK8505). Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.||Henk Welting on 24th December 2007 10:24:11|
|400611 - Unaccounted airmen 11-6-1940||Hello Henk and a Merry Christmas, There is no entry in the England & Wales Deat index for Hallam or Page so Eglington is a possible. Roy Wycherley's death was registered at Buckrose District, North Yorkshire.(This area covered Scarborough and Bridlington) He was aged 22. Hope this is of some help. Regards Andy ....Read More.||Andy Ingham on 24th December 2007 02:16:50|