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    Default W/C John Harvey Hutchinson

    Hello,

    Do you know the circonstance of the death of W/C John Harvey Hutchinson,16112, killed 8 october 1940 and buried at Pembrey .
    Was he this Officer who was C/O of 812 Squadron in 1937 ?

    Thank you for your help !

    Alain.

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    Hi Alain

    He was killed whilst flying in Magister I, P6347 of the PRU, which flew into a barrage balloon cable at Langley, Buckinghamshire. He is buried in Pembrey (St Illtyd) Churchyard.

    Malcolm

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    Thank you Malcolm !

    Alain

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    You may be interested to know that there is a memorial window to John Harvey Hutchinson and to his uncle Ambrose Hutchinson, who was killed in 1918 while flying with the RFC. I have photographs of this window if you are interested.

    Michael

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    I should have said that this window is in St Oswald's Church, Backford, near Chester

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