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    Default Request - Rebort Keith Agnew

    Good Evening - My name is Ian MacIntyre, am doing research into one Dr Norman Agnew who died in 1993, he was a renewed Freemason in Northern Ireland from 1935 - 1993; Am also in the order and submit masonic researcher papers to the Lodge of Research 200 which am a member for printing within the book of Transactions of Freemasonry.

    Getting back to my request relating to Robert Keith Agnew, Robert was related to Dr Norman Agnew; Robert K Agnew died on 9th December 1941 (killed in action), it seems that he was stationed at Aerodrome Grantham ? I believe his service no was 1136022 and he was a pilot? That's all the information I have to date, in fact am not even sure it's correct or not ?

    Therefore; I was wondering if anyone could provide any information relating to Robert Keith Agnew (e.g. his rank, were he died, if he was a pilot which type of aircraft, and when he join the RAF), thank for your assistance in this request.


    Ian MacIntyre

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    Hello Ian, and Welcome,

    l suggest you read this thread:

    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...rmen-9-12-1941

    1136022 Robert Keith AGNEW, enlisted in the UK at either Cardington or Padgate, between February-August, 1940. Others might be able to refine that.

    Basic CWGC details, here:

    http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/ca...ROBERT%20KEITH

    Col.
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    Leading Aircraftman Agnew was killed when Airspeed Oxford serial no. AP467 of No. 12 Service Flying Training School dived into the ground near Harlaxton on 9/12/41.

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    Default Request Robert Keith Agnew

    Col - thanks for replay to my request I will checking out the information provided to me, once again thank you


    Ian MacIntyre

    Quote Originally Posted by COL BRUGGY View Post
    Hello Ian, and Welcome,

    l suggest you read this thread:

    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...rmen-9-12-1941

    1136022 Robert Keith AGNEW, enlisted in the UK at either Cardington or Padgate, between February-August, 1940. Others might be able to refine that.

    Basic CWGC details, here:

    http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/ca...ROBERT%20KEITH

    Col.

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    Hi angelsonefive - would this be the same "Agnew" as "Robert Keith Agnew" who died on the same date/month/year ????????????


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    I am sure this is the same person. Service no., forenames, date, the Northern Ireland connection ( buried Belfast ) all fit.

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