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Aircraftman 2nd Class Edward Cecil BRYANT (1381681) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve


Circumstances of Death: Blown up on beach along with 6 other people after finding object lying there. (Via Doris Neville-Davies)
 

Death of Death 1941-05-23 Age : 20 years.

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Burial/Commemoration Details : Plot T. Grave 118. at Alperton Cemetery, United Kingdom (Map)

More Details: SON OF CECIL EDWARD AND MABLE BRYANT, OF WEMBLEY HUSBAND OF LORENA BRYANT, OF ENGLEFIELD GREEN. SURREY.

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410523 - Unaccounted airmen - 23-5-1941What were the places of death registration for: F/O (Pilot) Robert BRUCE - 74715; AC2 Edward C. BRYANT - 1381681; LAC Gordon J. BURKLE - 1263121; AC2 John EVANS - 1068014; LAC (Pilot u/t) Michael G. FERNAU - 959799; AC1 Arthur GOULDING - 965130; AC2 Eric HOWARTH - 1401166; LAC Sydney P. PALMER - 626513; LAC (Pilot u/t) Brian H. RICHARDS - 1182508; AC2 Peter S. STOREY - 1257748, and AC1 John E. THOMPSON - 1191611. Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Hemley I - L3298 - 1 AACU - crashed in forced landing near Weybourne, Norfolk. Oxford I - V3221 - 14 FTS - crashed on approach mile E of Sibson. Oxford II - V3777 - 6 FTS - collided with another Oxford (Air Britain with V3777 !!!) and crashed near Little Rissington. Tutor I - K3236 - CFS - crashed on approach Alton Barnes LG. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 2nd October 2008 07:10:48
410523 - Unaccounted airmen - 23-5-1941Thanks Dave & Dick for your help. Dick: Where did you find that AC2 Edward C. BRYANT - 1381681 is mentioned on the Runnymede Memorial ? I've him buried at Wembley (Alperton) Burial Ground, and his name is neither in the Runnymede Register (Edition 1953) nor in the Addenda. I indeed forgot to mention that AC2 John EVANS - 1068014 is mentioned on the Runnymede Memorial Panel 290 (Addenda Register Part 15, page 933). Is it correct that his death was registered at Sleaford, Lincolnshire ? Regards, Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 3rd October 2008 06:32:11
410523 - Unaccounted airmen - 23-5-1941F/O (Pilot) Robert BRUCE - 74715; Huntingdon N - KOAS - scanned as F/O. R. Urn.-, AC2 Edward C. BRYANT - 1381681; East Elloe, - DOAS LAC Gordon J. BURKLE - 1263121; N Cotswold KOAS - Scanned as 1. A C G, .1, lliirklc AC2 John EVANS - 1068014; High panel number and he is not on the GRO RAF list. Likely listed as AC2 J Evan DOAS Aug 7th magazine LAC (Pilot u/t) Michael G. FERNAU - 959799;--->Found KOAS, scanned as L.A/C. M. (I. Fi-rriau; AC1 Arthur GOULDING - 965130; --------------> Cannot find in Casualty lists AC2 Eric HOWARTH - 1401166; Buckrose DOAS LAC Sydney P. PALMER - 626513; Weymouth Cannot find in Casualty lists LAC (Pilot u/t) Brian H. RICHARDS - 1182508; N Cotswold KOAS scanned as L.A/C. B 11 Richards: AC2 Peter S. STOREY - 1257748, ------------->DOAS AC1 John E. THOMPSON - 1191611. Ely DOAs ....Read More.dennis_burke on 3rd November 2009 07:48:16
410523 - Unaccounted airmen - 23-5-1941Reg: [TABLE="class: CWGC, width: 1170"] [TR] [TD]Aircraftman 2nd Class[/TD] [TD]Edward Cecil [URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/details.php?qnum=59404"]BRYANT[/URL] (1381681) [URL="http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2433359/bryant,-edward-cecil/"][IMG]http://www.rafcommands.com/database/cwgc.png[/IMG][/URL][/TD] [TD][URL="http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/index.php?qname=&qcntry=&cur=0&qunit=&qnum=&qmem=&qdate=1941-05-23"]1941-05-23[/URL][/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] Received the following: ------------- "Thank you for all the information that is helping me trace RAF WW2 dead of Runnymede on behalf of Chertsey Museum. In case it is helpful, I have discovered that a Bryant family entry on the Ancestry site records that Edward Cecil Bryant RAFVR service no. 1381681 died on 23rd May 1941 at “East Elloe Out Marsh Dawsmere Gedney R.D. Blown up on beach along with 6 other people after finding object lying there " ------------- Any idea who the other six people are ? There are quite a few unaccounted on this day [URL]http://www.rafcommands.com/database/wardead/index.php?qdate=1941-05-23&qcntry=United+Kingdom&qt=UN[/URL] ....Read More.Jagan on 31st July 2020 03:19:11
410523 - Unaccounted airmen - 23-5-1941Aircraftman 2nd Class Peter Stanley STORY (1257748) RAF 1941-05-23 56 OTU United Kingdom Sutton Bridge (St. Matthew) Ch Is on the same Death Register list as Edward Cecil Bryant There is only one other name on there with a possible age (Child of 11) the other is a baby of Zero and a woman of 93 Register name +/- Bryant also come up with no other possibles ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 4th August 2020 04:02:42

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