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Leading Aircraftman Arthur LINGARD (1359455) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve


 

Death of Death 1945-07-29 .

Served in 2863 Sqdn, RAF Regt

Burial/Commemoration Details : 14. D. 15. at Hanover War Cemetery, Germany

More Details: SON OF ARTHUR AND EDITH LINGARD, OF CODNOR, DERBYSHIRE; HUSBAND OF WINIFRED LINGARD, OF MAREHAY, RIPLEY, DERBYSHIRE.

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420328 - Unaccounted airmen - 28-3-1942Hi Brian/Henk The Lancaster/Magister incident is recorded in Chorley, Bomber Command Losses, Vol 3. The Lancaster I, R5501,EM-G was from 207 Sqn and the Magister II was from the RAF College, Cranwell.He records the pilot of the Magister,DK973, as Lt. J D Linaker with no other casualty on that a/c. He does not indicate whether the Lt is RN,or Army. The 4 deaths on the Lancaster were:- Sgt N A Lingard Sgt D A Wood Sgt R W Cox Sgt T C Massey The crash site for the Lancaster is given as Canwick Hill,just to the East of Bracebridge Heath,2 mls S of Lincoln.I can't imagine the Magister was very far away but it is not mentioned Regards Dick ....Read More.Dick on 6th August 2009 05:18:33

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