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    Default 461102 - Unaccounted Airwoman & Airmen - 02-11-1946

    Hello,

    461102 - Unaccounted Airwoman & Airmen - 02-11-1946

    From Henk's List -

    WAAF
    UK
    CARLING, Mary Archibald - LACW - 2116120 - WAAF.
    Kinross North Burial Ground, Kinross-shire

    CANADA
    McDONALD, John James - AC1c - R/271607 - RCAF.
    Arisaig ( St. Margaret's ) Cemetery, Nova Scotia, Canada.

    GERMANY
    LAIDLER, Thomas Bruce - F/Sgt - 1344496 - RAFVR.
    Hamburg Cemetery, Hamburg, Germany.

    UK
    COSGROVE, James Patrick ( N. Ireland) - LAC - 546234 - RAF.
    Belfast ( Milltown) Roman Catholic Cemetery, County Antrim.
    McNEIL, William - LAC - 1349516 - RAFVR.
    Glasgow ( St. Kentigern's ) Roman Catholic Cemetery, Glasgow.

    From CWGC & Geoff's Sites -

    IRAQ
    MOHAMED, Ahmed - Pvt - 6754 - RAF Iraq Levies.
    Habbania Memorial, Iraq.

    UK
    KARMANN, Werner GAF.
    Cannock Chase German Military Cemetery, Staffordshire.

    Alex

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    Hello

    WAAF
    UK
    CARLING, Mary Archibald - LACW - 2116120 - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website records that she died at 8.30 p.m. at the Emergency Hospital, Bridge of Earn, due to shock after an operation.

    GERMANY
    LAIDLER, Thomas Bruce - F/Sgt - 1344496 - difficult to make it out on the scan, but it looks like 317 S.F.T.S.

    UK
    COSGROVE, James Patrick ( N. Ireland) - LAC - 546234 - registered Belfast?

    McNEIL, William - LAC - 1349516 - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website records that he died at 9.40 p.m. at 5, Paul Street, Glasgow, due to cardiac failure resulting from aerterio sclerosis.

    KARMANN, Werner GAF - registered Northumberland North First. The Berwick Advertiser of November 7th 1946 reported that he died whilst collecting firewood with fellow P.o.W.s from Low Lynn, Beal, Northumberland, when a tree they were trying to cut down fell on top of him. He was admitted to Berwick Infirmary at 5.15 p.m with head injuries and died soon afterwards.

    Regards

    Simon

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