Sorry to bother you again with my request but I was wondering if you had had the time to take a look at F/O John Louis Gordon Liggett's service file.
I'm making a list of some RCAF pilots who flew with No. 401 Squadron in 1942-1943 and Sergeant "Jack" Liggett was one of them. The only detail that is still missing is his NCO service number.
Please let me know when you can.
Cheers from Normandy,
Thank you very much.
Sorry for not replying before, I was expecting a notification but none came through so I didn't know you had replied.
Regards for now
I will have to look through my e-mails and remind myself of the details on this one. It is not among my list of a/c that I am researching - this was a favour for Jackson's family member and I can't remember how it came up. I will look later tonight and get back to you.
Hello Mr Fuller.
I was looking through the net today re the loss of a Lancaster SW254 and in particular one of the crew, Flight Lieutenant Fred Jackson. I had not previously seen your post. You mention you are/were in touch with Fred's niece.
I wonder if there is any possibility you could put us in touch? I am coming to the end of compiling a 3 volume work on the dams raid, and Fred previously trained for it. I have his photo and full service record, and would be happy to help her (and you too) but would appreciate confirmation of some family details.
I'd greatly appreciate any help you can give. Also, I also have a note that SW254 was possibly lost by flak, although Theo Boiten gives a possible two pilots who might have shot her down. Did you ever get to the bottom of that?
I look forward to hearing from you
I thought to let you know that a new website is mentioned on the ArmyairForce site.
there are many Lancasters noted .
I hope there is no connection with your lost data but thought to notify you of the site.