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    Default 431025 - Unaccounted Airmen - 25-10-1943

    Hello,

    From Henk's list

    431025 - Unaccounted Airmen - 25-10-1943

    UK
    MOODY, Horace Philip - LAC - 862028 - RAF (Auxiliary Air Force) - Southampton (South Stoneham) Hampshire.
    NEWTON, George Leslie - Sgt - 1300583 - RAFVR - Cwmbran, Monmouthshire.

    From CWGC & Geoff's sites -

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    HEYMANS, David Benjamin - LAC - 1814920 - RAFVR - Calgary Jewish, Alberta, Canada.

    UK
    HOOPER, Ralph - F/O (Air Bomber) - 151897 - RAFVR - Cambridge City, Cambridgeshire.

    Alex

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    Moody and newton are Died on Active Service casualties.
    http://skynet.ie/~dan/war/flightsa/1...nscription.htm

    CWGC death records on ancestry.com say for Heymans:
    if it will load that square of the image for me!!!


    Died from fractured skull, fractured arm and leg
    as result of flying accident on 25th october

    He was with 31 EFTS
    Dennis Burke
    - Dublin

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

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    Hi Alex

    UK
    MOODY, Horace Philip - LAC - Probably registered in Holderness.
    NEWTON, George Leslie - Sgt - registered in Pontypool.

    CANADA
    HEYMANS, David Benjamin - LAC - He was killed whilst flying in Cornell, 14436 of No 31 EFTS, no further details

    UK
    HOOPER, Ralph - F/O (Air Bomber) - He died from injuries sustained the previous day whilst flying in Wellington IC, DV839 'D' of No 14 OTU, which flew into the ground near Wittering as it descended in order to establish its position during a night cross-country - BCL

    Malcolm

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