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    451209 - Unaccounted Airwoman & Airmen - 09-12-1945

    From Henk's List -

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    UK
    BARTLETT, Eileen Marie Vago - LACW - 457213 - WAAF - Pinner Cemetery, Middlesex.

    EGYPT
    CLARK, Alfred Stanley - LAC - 1548586 - 5051 AC Sqdn - RAFVR - Heliopolis War Cemetery, Egypt.

    From CWGC & Geoff's sites -

    AUSTRALIA
    ANNISON, Edward James - Sqdn/Ldr - 2950 - D.C.M, M.M, R.V.M - RAAF - Springvale Crematorium, Melbourne, Victoria.
    McAULAY, James - Air Fitter(A) - FAA - FX100518 - HMS Nabthorpe - Sydney War Cemetery, New South Wales - DoWS.

    INDONESIA
    DUKE, Robert Walter Edward - F/Lt - 133422 - RAFVR - Jakarta War Cemetery, Indonesia.

    Alex

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    Hi

    UK
    BARTLETT, Eileen Marie Vago - LACW - registered in Westminster.

    DUKE, Robert Walter Edward - F/Lt - Airborne Command (sic).

    Malcolm

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    Alex

    EGYPT
    CLARK, Alfred Stanley - LAC - 1548586 - 5051 (AC) Sqn

    INDONESIA
    DUKE, Robert Walter Edward - F/Lt - 133422 - Airborne Command

    Regards

    Simon

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    AUSTRALIA.

    2950 S/L Edward James ANNISON, D.C.M., M.M., R.V.M. RAAF.

    2950 S/L (Chief Weapons Officer) Edward James ANNISON D.C.M., M.M., R.V.O. (of the Advanced Flying and Refresher Unit, Deniliquin, Victoria), passed away on 9 December, 1945, from a Coronary Occlusion at his residence, 33 Willis St., Hampton, Victoria. S/L Annison was on sick leave at the time of his death.

    Edward James Annison was one of the very early members of the fledgling RAAF (his service number was 427. Annison had served in the 1st AIF during the Great War (service number 1428), firstly at Gallipoli, and then on the Western Front. He was awarded a Military Medal, and later a Distinguished Conduct Medal. He enlisted in the RAAF on 8 October, 1923, and served with them until his death. His Royal Victorian Medal was presented for services to the Duke of York (later King George VI), during his visit to Australia in 1927.

    Col.
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    AUSTRALIA - ANNISON, Edward James - Re: Post # 4

    The R.V.O., mentioned by me, in Annison's bio, should of course read R.V.M., not R.V.O.

    Col.

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