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    Thanks Phill. Will add this to my files.
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    Hi Henk,

    F1180 gives

    Oxford I - BG132 - Slough
    Oxford I - HN671 - Warburton and Priestman

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    Thanks Ross for this and all other 'goodies' which I won't answer seperately.
    Best regards,
    Henk.

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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    Harold James Coley 1654942 , was taken seriously ill on 17 May and was admitted to Sanderson Military EMS hospital in Newcastle upon Tyne where he died of pleural effusion

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    Default Re: Unaccounted Airmen 5/8/43

    Additional to the losses this date.

    Sgt. Leonard T KELLY, R/7765, RCAF.

    This airman was killed in similar situation as P/O. Henry Thompson RENNIE, J/17126, RCAF n the 22nd March 1943.

    KELLY was also flying with the US 12 Bomber Group. But with the 81st Bomb Sqn.
    He was Radioman/Gunner in B-25D, 41-29693.
    Crew were -
    P. BOSTON,James D,Jr 1Lt. O-725488.
    CP. WILLIAMS, Donald E 2Lt. O-798625.
    Nav/Bomb. CALLAHAN, Keith S 1 Lt. O-659037.
    Radio/Gunner. KELLY, Leonard T. R/7765 RCAF.
    Gunner. CASHMAN, Joseph F. Sgt. 31080950.

    BOSTON and WILLIAMS both became POW's while CALLAHAN, CASHMAN and KELLY were all killed.
    From the MACR, Number 700, they were later recovered by a British military unit.

    Alex
    Last edited by Alex Smart; 18th December 2021 at 01:53.

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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    John Delahunty 1314513 , attached to Number 11 WU, died in Number 53 Indian General hospital of complications following an appendicitis operation

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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    Alfred Edward Stock 1146916 , a Gunner attached to RAF Felixstowe, was admitted seriously ill to SSQ on 29 July , dying of peritonitis and pneumonia following a perforated gastric ulcer

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