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    Default HERBERT JOHN PASCOE. (Air Gunner)

    Ladies & Gents,

    I am looking for any details regarding the service of this Chap,

    Date of Birth:- 3rd June 1914
    born in London, possibly Bermondsey

    kinf regards

    Chris

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    There is one in a family tree on Ancestry born Bermondsey 3/6/1914 died BC Canada 9/2/2002. If this is your guy then it looks like a couple of children still alive.
    I can post a query on there if you want
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    London Gazette 30/6/1942
    To be Pit. Offs on prob. (emergency): — wef 1/5/1942 Sgts ................... 993864 Herbert John Pascoe (122970)
    Last edited by Pete; 4th September 2012 at 14:24.

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    This might be yr man?

    Civil registration event: Birth
    Name: PASCOE, Herbert J
    Registration district: [?] St. Olave Bermondsey
    County: London
    Year of registration: 1914
    Quarter of registration: Jul-Aug-Sep
    Mother's maiden name: Lillywhite
    Volume no:[?]1D Page no:[?]312

    Enlisted (993864) Sep 39 (Cardington/Padgate)

    Commissioned (from Sgt) (122970) 1 May 42. Relinquished as Flt Lt (A/Sqn Ldr) 3 Jun 59.

    HTH
    Peter Davies
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    That confirms the tree as him then as mother there is Ada Louise Lillywhite

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    Hi Pete & Peter,

    Thank you, this is the chap,
    Is there anything regarding which sqn's he served with?

    I am in touch with his brother (age 93) and the family are visiting from Toronto soon.

    regards

    Chris

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    Hi Chris - this name is ringing bells with me as being one of my 100 Sqn boys, but I'm away from home and my files at the moment so can't check until the weekend for you. I'll have a look on Saturday when I get back :)
    "You can take the boy out of Wales,
    But you can't take Wales out of the boy!!"

    Greg Harrison
    100 Squadron and 100 Squadron Association Historian
    100 Squadron Researcher 1917 - present day
    1 Group Researcher 1940 - 1945

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    Greg,

    Look forward to your help

    regards

    Chris

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