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    460209 - Unaccounted Airmen - 09-02-1946

    From Henk's List -

    CANADA
    FAHEY, Ambrose Sylvester - LAC - R/188597 - RCAF - Ottawa Notre Dame Cemetery, Ontario, Canada
    KELLY, John Alexander - LAC - R/275201 - RCAF - Burlington (Holy Sepulchre ) Cemetery, Ontario, Canada.

    UK
    JEWELL, William Harold - F/O - 86089 - RAFVR - Putney Vale Cemetery & Crematorium, London.
    PHILLIPS, John Eric Jesse - LAC - 1666457 - RAFVR - Thames ( St. Mary ) Churchyard, Oxfordshire.

    From CWGC & Geoff's Sites -

    ADEN
    BURMAN, William Richard - F/Lt -159586 - 114 Sqdn - RAFVR - Alamein Memorial, Egypt.
    NEWTON, Peter John - F/O - 191473 - 114 Sqdn - RAFVR - Alamein Memorial, Egypt.
    TIMMS, Cyril - F/O - 179873 - 114 Sqdn - RAFVR - Alamein Memorial, Egypt.
    The three airmen listed above were crew in Boston B.5 - BZ623 - 114 Sqdn, she hit the mast of a Dhow and crashed into the sea off Ras Imran, Aden.

    SINGAPORE
    TAN AH TEE - AC2c - 786022 - RAFVR - Singapore Memorial, Singapore.

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    UK
    JEWELL, William Harold - F/O - registered in Wandsworth, age given as 42.
    PHILLIPS, John Eric Jesse - LAC - registered in Aylesbury

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    JEWELL, William Harold - F/O - 86089 - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at Scio House Hospital, Portsmouith Road, Putney Heath, London.

    PHILLIPS, John Eric Jesse - LAC - 1666457 - the Buck Herlad of February 15th 1946 reported the following:

    FATAL COLLISION AT BISHOPTON CROSSROADS
    A collision between a motor cyclist and a car, at the Bishopton crossroads, in which the motor cyclist was killed, his machine wrecked, and the car, in which there were four people, extensively damaged, was described to the Mid Bucks Coroner, Mr. S. E. Wilkins, at the Royal Bucks Hospital, Aylesbury, on Monday. The dead man was John Eric Jesse Phillips, aged 25, a married man serving in the R.A.F., whose home address was Horton Avenue, Thame. A verdict of "Death by Misadventure" was recorded.
    At the time of the accident he was riding his motor cycle from the direction of Haddenham to Aylesbury. A car driven by Stanley Wallington, of Wendover Street, High Wycombe, was travelling from the direction of Kimble to Stone Village.
    After hearing the evidence, the Coroner recorded a verdict of "Death by Misadventure," and stated that he was satisfied there was no criminal negligence on the part of Mr. Wallington.


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    FAHEY, Ambrose Sylvester - LAC - R/188597 - RCAF

    The report below is extracted from THE OTTAWA JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1946
    (newspapers.com)

    Ambrose Sylvester Fahey War Veteran Dies A veteran of three-and-a-half years service in the Second Great War, Ambrose Sylvester Fahey, of 30 Sherbrooke street, 'died Satur day in the. Veterans' Pavilion of Ottawa Civic Hospitalj following a short illness. He was in his 43rd year. A native of Ottawa, he was a son of Mrs. Rose A. Fahey and the late William Fahey.

    Martyn

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    Hi all,

    KELLY, John Alexander - LAC - R/275201 - RCAF - Burlington (Holy Sepulchre ) Cemetery, Ontario, Canada.

    Post-discharge death, discharged on 29.10.1945 with medical category ApBp (permanently unfit)

    Pavel
    Czechoslovak Airmen in the RAF 1940-1945
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