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    Default Sgt Claude Lambert Naylor, 1101204

    I'm trying to find details of Naylor's death. I have annecdotal evidence that he was a pilot 'killed on active service' but I can't find how or where. CWGC has his D.O.D as 31/08/1941 & he's commemorated at Runnymede. Can anyone shed any light?

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    John

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    John

    I have him as possibility in Battle I, L5637 of No 7 AGS, which crashed into the sea off Porthcawl, together with AC2FREDERICK ARTHUR SULLIVAN and LAC PHILIP BOND

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    All three airmen are listed as being with 7 AGS by the General Register Office Index of RAF personell killed in the war.
    Dennis Burke
    - Dublin

    Foreign Aircrew and Aircraft Ireland 1939-1945
    www.ww2irishaviation.com

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    Thanks chaps, your assistance is greatly appreciated.

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