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    460515 - Unaccounted Airmen - 15-05-1946

    From Henk's List -

    ISRAEL ( including Gaza )
    WARNE, Francis Charles Albert - P/O - 201977 - RAFVR - Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel(including Gaza ).

    ITALY
    ELLIS, William Raymond - W/O(Pilot) - 1315307 - RAFVR - Udine War Cemetery, Italy - [ Anson XII - PH747 - DAFCF ].

    UK
    ELLIOTT, Samuel Coats - Cpl - 1241465 - RAFVR - Ryton Cemetery, Durham.
    HOWARD, Robert George - Cpl - 930126 - RAFVR - Pitsea Old ( St. Michael ) Cemetery, Essex.
    TAYLOR, John Thomas - LAC - 1358809 - RAFVR - Stourbridge Cemetery, Worcestershire.

    From CWGC & Geoff's Sites -

    AUSTRALIA
    SHAW, John Alexander - LAC - 165078 - RAAF - Newcastle ( Sandgate ) War Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia.

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    ISRAEL ( including Gaza )
    WARNE, Francis Charles Albert - P/O - RAF Jerusalem

    UK
    ELLIOTT, Samuel Coats - Cpl - registered in Uxbridge.
    HOWARD, Robert George - Cpl - registered in Brentwood.
    TAYLOR, John Thomas - LAC - registered in Stourbridge.

    Malcolm

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    AUSTRALIA.

    165078 LAC John Alexander SHAW RAAF.

    165078 LAC John Alexander SHAW RAAF (of No.2 personnel Depot, Sydney), was seriously injured on 15 May, 1946, in a collision between a motor car and lorry on the Pacific Highway, about three miles from Belmont, New South Wales. He died later in the Newcastle Hospital from the effects of a fractured skull. The Coroner returned a verdict of accidental death.

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    TAYLOR, John Thomas - LAC - 1358809 - the Lincolnshire Echo of May 20th 1946 reported the following:

    Extra Food May Have Saved Life
    It was stated at a Stourbridge inquest today by Prof. J. M. Webster, director of the Home Office Laboratory, Birmingham, that if a 32 year old painter and decorator had been grabted extra food and delicacies, and he had taken them, that he would have had a better chance of resisting the illness from which he died.
    An application for extra food, it was stated, had been turned down.
    The inquest was on John Thomas Taylor, of South Road, Stourbridge, who served in the R.A.F. for four years ans was discharged in September 1944 as medically unfit. He died from chronic bronchitis, bronchiextasis and emphysema, and wasting.
    Dr. Cheese said thta he supported a Red Cross application to the Ministry of Food for extra food which, he stated, was necessary to build up Taylor between his severe attacks of illness.
    Verdict: Death from natural causes.


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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    Robert George Howard 930126 , attached to RAF hospital Ely, died of a coronary thrombosis

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