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This page commemorates
Aircraftman 1st Class George William HART (350110) of the Royal Air Force
Death of Death 1939-09-03 .
Burial/Commemoration Details : Sec. C. Grave 13210. at Middlesbrough (Linthorpe) Ceme, United Kingdom
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National Archives AIR81
|Citation||AIR81 Casualty File Description||Link|
|AIR81/4249||Sergeant S R Jervis: died of wounds; Pilot Officer A Tindall, Sergeant G W Hartland, Flight Sergeant R Bryant, Sergeant S C Howard, Pilot Officer E A Hinxman: uninjured; crash landing at Bircham Newton, Norfolk; enemy action, Wellington T2606, 115 Squadron, 16 November 1940.||C16688347|
|AIR81/4539||Sergeant G W Hartland, Sergeant H L Ralls, Sergeant F C Morton, Sergeant R Winterbottom, Sergeant J Swain, Sergeant L W Scot: missing believed killed; aircraft failed to return from an operational flight, Wellington T2466, 115 Squadron, 12 December 1940.||C16688637|
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|1939 Unaccounted Airmen Database Reconciliation||Aircraftman 1st Class George William HART (350110) Published: Tuesday 05 September 1939 Newspaper: Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough County: Yorkshire, England Type: Article | Words: 223 | Page: 3 | Tags: none STOCKTON VERDICT Middlesbrough Cyclist’s “Accidental Death” Accidental death was the verdict at inquest held at Stockton Hospital last night on George W. Hart (36). of 30, Esscx-street, Middlesbrough, who was fatally injured iin an accident on the Thornaby-Middlesbrough road late on Saturday night, when riding home on a cycle from Thornaby aerodrome where he was employed a radio operator. John Robert Thompson, 20. St. Aidan’setreet, Middlesbrough, said that on Saturdav ... road. He was riding a bicycle in company with Hart and was near the entrance to Stockton Racecourse when heard Hart call out. At the same moment two cars travelling very fast passed him and carried Hart’s cycle along the road. One of the cars pulled ... ....Read More.||paulmcmillan on 3rd December 2018 05:09:05|
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