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    460315 - Unaccounted Airmen - 15-03-1946

    From Henk's List -

    SRI LANKA
    PRATLEY, Ronald George - LAC - 1891987 - RAFVR - HQ Unit - Kandy War Cemetery, Sri Lanka.

    UK
    CROFT, Lewis Raymond - AC2c - 2294345 - RAFVR - Slaugham ( St. Mary ) Churchyard, Sussex.
    DUGUID, Douglas Robertson - Cpl - 615882 - RAF - Scone Cemetery, Perthshire.
    McALONAN, Samuel - AC2c - 2259398 - RAFVR - Dalziel ( Airbles ) Cemetery, Lanarkshire.
    SPINNER, Walter Albert - LAC - 1148541 - RAFVR - Derby ( Nottingham Road ) Cemetery, Derbyshire.

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    PHILLIP, T. John - AC1c - 46474 - RIAF - Delhi/Karachi 1939-1945 War Memorials, India.

    Alex

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    CROFT, Lewis Raymond - AC2c - 2294345 - registered Bedford (Cardington?).

    DUGUID, Douglas Robertson - Cpl - 615882 - the Dundee Evening Telegraph of March 16th 1946 reported the following:

    BODY IN BURN WAS SEEN FROM TRAIN
    The guard of an Edinburgh to Dundee goods train yesterday saw from his van, at a point between Ladybank and Springfield, a man in R.A.F. uniform lying in Ballo Burn.
    The discovery was reported to the police at Cupar, whose investigations revealed that the body was that of Corporal Douglas Duiguid, 45 Carnegie Palce, Dundee.
    Duguid, who was a prisoner for about three years in Jap hands, had been on his way home fromScarborough. As far as can be ascertained he had fallen from a door of his compartment on an earlier passenger train and rolled down the rialway embankment into the water.

    McALONAN, Samuel - AC2c - 2259398 - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website states that he died at 11.30 a.m. on the L.N.E.R. line 1 mile south of Lossiemouth Railway Station.

    PINNER, Walter Albert - LAC - 1148541 - registered Derby

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    Simon

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