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    Dave thanks I think we have 100% coverage now for canadabin 1940! - I will check when Jagan has updated his references


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    Flying Officer Basil Raynham ROLFE (08078) Test Pilot 1940-03-05 United Kingdom Elloughton (St. Mary) Churchya

    https://www.greatwarforum.org/topic/...adron-perhaps/

    Quote Originally Posted by 94avenge
    As a Flying Officer Basil Rolfe was killed on March 5, 1940 when Botha L6129 of the Blackburn Company dived into ground near Flixborough, Lincs, during a test flight. Also on board was John Johnson, B.Sc (FTO/Blackburn), who died from his injuries.

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    Jagan New Zealand - I posted this, you may have missed it

    Kent Johnson 13-11-1940

    Admitted to Auckland Public hospital on 7th October and died of natural causes

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Hector James REID (702265) 1940-03-03 United Kingdom Witham (All Saints) Churchyard

    WITHAM R.A.F. MAN KILLED
    Aircraftman (Second-Class) Hector James Reid, 21-year-old twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Reid. of
    Cressing Road, Witham, was killed in a road mishap near Bishop's Stortford on Sunday.
    He was driving a tractor with a trailer down a hill when the trailer got out of control It apparently struck the tractor, which overturned, and Reid was killed instantly .


    Published: Friday 08 March 1940
    Newspaper: Chelmsford Chronicle
    County: Essex, England
    Type: Article | Words: 104 | Page: 5 | Tags: none




    Leading Aircraftman Harold WAKE (225769) 1940-02-26 United Kingdom Dorchester Cemetery, Dorset

    Local & District News
    The Late Mr. Harold Wake.€”The funeral took place at the Cemetery on Thursday of Mr. Harold Wake, of 20, Olga;
    road, Dorchester. Mr. Wake, who was 55 years of age, was an R.A.F. reservist,
    and had been on active service. The Rev. W. P. Harding conducted the service the first part of which was held at St. Mary's
    Church. Mourners were:€”Mrs. Wake (wife), Mr. Eric Wake (son), Miss Esme Wake (daughter)
    Mr. Sidney Wake. London (brother), Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wake (brother and sister-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. E. Rogers
    (brother-in-law and sister). Mrs. W. Bragg (cousin), Mr. Bragg. Mr. Charle; Longman (cousin), Mr. Hodder (nephew).
    Miss Mach (niece), Mr. and Mrs T. W. Merchant. Among (he wreaths were tributes from the R.A.F. and the Comrades' Club

    Published: Friday 08 March 1940
    Newspaper: Western Gazette
    County: Somerset, England
    Type: Article | Words: 11513 | Page: 4, 5, 8 | Tags: none



    BUCHANAN
    Aircraftman 1st Class James RONALD (874509) 1940-03-07 950 Balloon Sqdn United Kingdom Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery
    During morning service on Sunday, the Rev. W. R. Lacey made sympathetic reference
    to the death of Mr James Ronald. Twentyseven years of age, he joined up at the beginning of the war, and the news of his death has been received with the deepest sorrow
    throughout the district

    Published: Thursday 14 March 1940
    Newspaper: Stirling Observer
    County: Stirlingshire, Scotland
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 58 | Page: 5 | Tags: none


    Flight Lieutenant Ronald Douglas BOYD (74904) 1940-03-19 920 Balloon Sqdn United Kingdom Bedford Cemetery, Bedfordshire

    FLIGHT-LIEUT. R. D BOYD OF BEDFORD The death took place in military hospital on
    Tuesday of Flight-Lieut. Ronald Douglas Boyd of 20 Kimbolton Road. Bedford.
    He had been ill for about six weeks. The eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boyd, he was ...


    Published: Friday 22 March 1940
    Newspaper: Bedfordshire Times and Independent
    County: Bedfordshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 232 | Page: 12 | Tags: none




    Sergeant Robert Campbell DUFF (740368) 1940-03-18 United Kingdom Barnhill Cemetery


    DUFF.—At Hull Royal Infirmary, on 18th March (as the result of flying accident),
    Sergeant- Pilot Robert Campbell Duff, younger son of the late R. P. Duff and of Mrs Duff, 5 Home Terrace, Broughty Ferry.

    http://www.yorkshire-aircraft.co.uk/...rk40/acbh.html

    Blackburn B.2 G-ACBH near Broomfleet, Brough.


    Published: Tuesday 19 March 1940
    Newspaper: Dundee Courier
    County: Angus, Scotland
    Type: FamilyNotice | Words: 934 | Page: 8 | Tags: none



    Aircraftman 2nd Class George Sidney CROSS (743685) 1940-03-25 United Kingdom Grimsby (Scartho Road) Cemeter

    This was announced at an inquest yesterday on a 43-year-old aircraftman, George Sidney Cross, of Victor Street, Grimsby,
    who died after road accident while walking back to the aerodrome at night.

    Published: Tuesday 02 April 1940
    Newspaper: Dundee Courier
    County: Angus, Scotland
    Type: Article | Words: 117 | Page: 5 | Tags: none


    Corporal George Edward CATMORE (564599) 1940-03-27 57 Sqdn France Rennes Eastern Communal Cemete

    Died in French Military Hospital due to burns recieved on 22rd March 1940 (Burned by night flame ast Rennes)



    Leading Aircraftman John Henry Frampton LOCK (526907) 1940-03-29 26 Sqdn France Fouquieres Churchyard Extensio

    ORB Just says died at No 9 Casaulty Clearing Station
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    Pilot Officer Kenneth Andre COCKERELL (70850) 1940-06-19 50 Sqdn United Kingdom Waddington (St. Michael) Churc 63319
    http://www.no-50-and-no-61-squadrons...Revision+1.pdf


    He was in fact killed in a road traffic accident on the evening of the 19th June. Two cars collided head-on in black-out conditions on the A15 near the Temple Bruer junction. All three occupants were killed; P/O Alan Blanchard Lawton and WAAF Barbara Sarah Watkins Williams being the other fatalities. P/O Cockerell last flew L4097 on a successful raid to Hamburg on the 17/ 18th June.

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    Pilot Officer Alan Blanchard LAWTON (42237) 1940-06-19 United Kingdom Scopwick Church Burial Ground
    Aircraftwoman 1st Class Barbara Sarah Watkin WILLIAMS (883075) 1940-06-20 United Kingdom Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery




    Flight Lieutenant William Vernon EMANUEL (75652) 1940-10-20 , Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. He, and his only sister, were killed in an air raid on London 20 October 1940.
    http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Oxford...gonSchool.html
    Aged 26. Born 1914. Son of Alfred Edward Lewis Emanuel, M.A. and Rachel Emanuel, Kaisar-i-Hind Medal. M.M.(Oxon). Cremated and commemorated at GOLDERS GREEN CREMATORIUM, Middlesex. Panel 2.
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    Leading Aircraftman Robert Olaf Stranghan BECKWITH (353601) 1940-01-27 United Kingdom Ipswich Old Cemetery

    https://www.ipswichwarmemorial.co.uk...ghan-beckwith/

    Died at Military Hospital Sout Tidworth, of Generalised Peritonitus, Performation of Illeum and
    Ulcerative Colitis

    Leading Aircraftman Arthur William LYNCH (755017) 1940-02-24 United Kingdom Oxford (Rose Hill) Cemetery

    UK Probate

    'on War Servce"

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    Leading Aircraftman Harold Thompson MOULT (568184) 1940-02-27 114 Sqdn United Kingdom Hucknall Cemetery
    Air Force MOULT Harold Thompson, L.A.C., Royal Air Force at Wakefield Hospital.
    funeral Hucknall Cemetery F'ndav, March lst, at 14 hours ...

    Published: Thursday 29 February 1940
    Newspaper: Nottingham Evening Post
    County: Nottinghamshire, England
    Type: Miscellaneous | Words: 753 | Page: 3 | Tags: none


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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Alfred Edward Raymond TOBIN (863477) 1940-03-08 United Kingdom Portsmouth (Milton) Cemetery
    UK Probate: Died at The Royal Victoria Hospital Netley Hampshire
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    Flying Officer Donald Alfred CRANE (72170) 1940-03-28 United Kingdom Padgate (Christ Church) Church
    UK Probate: Died a RAF Hopsital Wisbech Cambridgeshire




    [EDIT]: Below entries not entered as no cause of death is available

    Aircraftman 2nd Class Stewart Vincent MAXTED (902968) 1940-01-13 United Kingdom Norwich Cemetery, Norfolk

    UK Probate

    Stanley Vincent MAXTED 'on War Service" -- Died on Active Service


    FreeBMD
    Deaths Jan 1940

    Maxted Stanley 23 Chippenham 5a 214 Scan available - click to view

    births Sep 1916
    Maxted Stanley V Barber Blything 4a 1978 Scan available - click to view

    https://www.ancestry.com/search/?nam...t=50&name_x=_1


    Father: Stanley Gordon MAXTED
    Mother: Gertrude Maud BARBER
    Birth: 6 Jul 1916 Halesworth, Suffolk, England
    Death: 13 Jan 1940 Wiltshire, England

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    Warrant Officer Douglas Cameron DOW (355626) 1940-03-02 United Kingdom Feltwell (St. Nicholas) Church
    UK Probate: of Methwold Norfolk. Died RAF Station Feltwell Downham Norfolk
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    Aircraftman 1st Class Richard Ingram GEDDES (548203) 1940-03-28 United Kingdom Macduff (Myrus) Cemetery

    DIED ON ACTIVE Service
    Births, Marriages, Deaths Birth. Marriage, Death

    GEDDES. —Mrs R. Geddes. Mr and Mrs T. Gregory and Family, wish to thank all friends and neighbours,
    also officers and men. R.A.F.. for kind expressions sympathy extended to them in their recent,
    sad bereavement; also for the many floral tributes recieved - 20 Moray Street Macduff
    Published: Tuesday 02 April 1940
    Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
    County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
    Type: FamilyNotice | Words: 1177 | Page: 7 | Tags: none


    TRIBUTE TO AIRMAN Macduff's Air Casualty.—The funeral of First Aircraftman Richard Ingram Geddes
    on its way to the Myrus Cemetery, Macduff. ...

    Published: Wednesday 03 April 1940
    Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
    County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 21 | Page: 3 | Tags: none



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    Leading Aircraftman George Albert GOSDEN (546220) 1940-04-03 United Kingdom West End (Holy Trinity) Church
    WEST END
    DEATH END BEREAVED The funeral took place on Saturday at Holy Trinity Church, West End.
    of Leading Aircraftsman George Albert Gosden, who died in hospital on Wednesday last week.
    The service, which was conducted by Wlng- Comdr. the Rev. R. M. Bankcs-Jones ...

    Published: Saturday 13 April 1940
    Newspaper: Surrey Advertiser
    County: Surrey, England
    Type: Article | Words: 263 | Page: 5 | Tags: non



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    Flight Lieutenant Alfred ALEXANDER (36222) Pilot 1940-04-09 United Kingdom Ash Cemetery


    http://www.ashmuseum.org.uk/alexand.htm

    Airspeed Oxford P1933

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class John Walliss WELLS (953769) 1940-04-10 United Kingdom Bickenhill (St. Peter) Churchy

    Of Meningitis

    Death Notice

    Published: Friday 12 April 1940
    Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Post

    County: Warwickshire, England
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 1033 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftwoman 2nd Class Dorothy Ethel CALDER (889998) 1940-04-11 United Kingdom Halton (St. Michael) Churchyar


    FULL MILITARY HONOURS AT HALTON Miss Dorothy .Ethel Calder, who on March 11th
    last enrolled as a private in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force, and who died
    from injuries she received in a runaway car accident at Leighton Buzzard Wednesday evening of last ...

    Published: Friday 19 April 1940
    Newspaper: Bucks Herald
    County: Buckinghamshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 271 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

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    Leading Aircraftman George Walter Dennis CARTER (568628) 1940-04-14 115 Sqdn United Kingdom Marham (Holy Trinity) Churchya


    injured in the accident and died later.

    http://ww2talk.com/index.php?threads...-t-rose.33994/

    Crash of Wellington N2987 near Wyton.

    19 March 1940.

    115 Squadron
    Wellington IA N2987 KO-O
    Op. Training.

    Took off from Marham for the Vickers facility at Weybridge n Surry but crashed at 1100 hrs near Wyton, Huntingdonshire after encountering server turbulence. Three members of the crew which included ground staff, were killed and the rest injured. It is reported that one the injured died on 14 April 1940.

    Crew.
    F/O. B. Statham inj
    F/O. B V. Fanshawe. CWGC :: Casualty Details
    AC1. D H. Lynch. CWGC :: Casualty Details
    AC2. G T. Rose. CWGC :: Casualty Details
    Sgt. Sinclair inj
    AC1. Carter inj <- George Walter Dennis CARTER

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class James Frederick Byng LEWIS (644842) 1940-04-14 40 Sqdn United Kingdom Runnymede Memorial

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No._40_Squadron_RAF

    On the 14 April 1940 one of the Squadrons Blenheims (L9207) was taken on an
    unauthorized flight by AC2 JFB Lewis and crashed in the Thames Estuary.

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    Aircraftman 1st Class James READ (628775) 1940-04-15 United Kingdom Exning Cemetery


    http://www.undyingmemory.net/Exning/READ%20James.html

    His death was registered in Newmarket (4A.1912). He was billeted at Enjoyable Cottage, Oxford Street, Exning and died in a road accident

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    Pilot Officer Peter De Galleani FRY (41170) Pilot 1940-04-15 United Kingdom North Mundham (St. Stephen) Ch

    http://www.rafcommands.com/archive/17312.php

    Aircraft write-offs for 15-4-1940:

    Gauntlet II - K7883 - 1 AAS - flew into ground Donna Nook ranges.


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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Samuel Kirk LITTLE (947680) 1940-04-18 United Kingdom Dornock Cemetery


    Information was received by telegram yesterday by Mr and Mrs T. Little, Moss Cottage, Lochmaben,
    that their son, Samuel Kirk Little, a transport driver in the Royal Air Force,
    had been accidentally killed at Leuchars, Fife. Driver Little,


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    Flight Lieutenant Sydney George FROST (02146) 1940-04-19 United Kingdom Feltham Cemetery

    Mr. Sydney George Frost, of 4, Grimwood Road, Twickenham, died in Middlesex Hospital on Friday last week, aged 57. The interment took place .


    Published: Saturday 20 April 1940
    Newspaper: Dumfries and Galloway Standard
    County: Dumfriesshire, Scotland

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    Pilot Officer Christopher Augustine CHOPE (90826) 1940-04-21 904 Balloon Sqdn United Kingdom Putney Vale Cemetery And Crema

    UK Probate Died at Guys Hospital Southwalk


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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Frederick Edmund Cole PURVIS (807265) 1940-04-22 United Kingdom Harton (St. Peter) Churchyard


    Taken ill in France and brought to England Died Stanmore Hospital Middx

    Published: Wednesday 24 April 1940
    Newspaper: Newcastle Journal
    County: Northumberland, England
    Type: Article | Words: 103 | Page: 8 | Tags: none



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    Commander Douglas Stanley KING () 1940-04-22 United Kingdom Heston (St. Leonard) Churchyar


    http://www.rafcommands.com/archive/17231.php

    G-AFKD a Lockheed 14 Super Electra c/n 1484.




    Missing cause of death - not entered in DB

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    Flight Sergeant Joseph McARTHUR (1009) 1940-03-30 United Kingdom Hove New Cemetery

    Joseph Edwin McArthur otherwise 'Joseph' died 30th MArch 1940 on war service



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    Aircraftman 1st Class George William HOLMES (631536) 1940-04-14 United Kingdom Loders Cemetery

    UK PRobate Says Address was RAF Warmwell and he died on war service



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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Thomas Spoors HALL (618078) 1940-04-14 United Kingdom Wallsend (Holy Cross) Cemetery

    DIED OIN ACTIVE SERVICE -- RAF Ministry


    DEATHS
    ... Funeral private. HALL.—Wailsend. 49, Northumberland Street,
    killed on active service. 14th inst., aged 18 years. 618078 Thomas Spoors Hall.
    R.A.F., beloved only son of Charles William and Margaret Ellen Hail,
    formerly Swalwell Funeral arrangements later. ...

    Published: Tuesday 16 April 1940
    Newspaper: Newcastle Evening Chronicle
    County: Northumberland, England

    type: Article | Words: 1593 | Page: 2 | Tags: none


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    Aircraftman 2nd Class William H. WARRINGTON (743266) 1940-04-15 United Kingdom Whittlesford (Ss. Mary And And

    -> William Henry WARRINGTON

    _> More info but no details on death

    Aircraftman 2nd Class
    WARRINGTON, WILLIAM H.
    Service Number 743266

    Died 15/04/1940

    Aged 56

    Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

    (Served as KELLETT). Son of Alfred Warrington and of Martha Warrington (nee Kellet)
    Deaths

    Kellett William 56 Cambridge 3b 1180 Scan available - click to view
    Warrington William M 56 Cambridge 3b 1180 Scan available - click to view

    Births Mar 1884 (>99%)
    Warrington William Henry Hunslet 9b 271 Scan available - click to view

    Marriages Jun 1881 (>99%)
    KELLET Martha Hunslet 9b 344 Scan available - click to view
    Warrington Alfred Hunslet 9b 344 Scan available - click to view

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    Leading Aircraftman Walter Robert Charles KNIGHTS (404303) 1940-04-16 United Kingdom Thetford Cemetery

    KNIGHTS—ApriI 16th, at Thetford. Walter Robert Charles Knights, of Newtown, aged 46 years.


    Published: Saturday 27 April 1940
    Newspaper: Bury Free Press
    County: Suffolk, England
    Type: Article | Words: 341 | Page: 4 | Tags: none


    HE WIDOW and Family of the late Mr. Walter Knights, 45. Newtown, Thetford.
    wish to thank all friends for the expressions of sympathy, and floral tributes sent' also Dr. Cowan ...
    and Matron of Thetford Cottage Hospital for thier attention



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    Aircraftman 2nd Class William George Albert HOYLAND (972385) 1940-04-18 United Kingdom Wallasey (Rake Lane) Cemetery

    DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE

    KILLED News has been received that Aircraftman William Hoyland, of Lancaster-avenue, Liscard, Wallasey,
    has been “acciden tally killed while on active service. Aged 25, Mr. Hoyland joined the R.A.F.
    last November. Employed deck - hand by Wallasey ...

    "Killed in Action" according to memorial notices in paper"

    Published: Saturday 20 April 1940
    Newspaper: Liverpool Evening Express
    County: Lancashire, England
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 559 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

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    Squadron Leader Bertie Charles ADAMSON (06175) 1940-04-20 United Kingdom Penarth Cemetery

    https://penarthnews.wordpress.com/20...cemetery-pine/
    DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE.—
    Adamson Bertie C 58 E.Glamorgan 11a 1489 Scan available - click to view

    mongst the graves now trapped beneath the tree is that of a former RAF Flight Lieutenant – Bertie Charles Adamson – who had been given the honorary rank of Squadron Leader.

    On September 1st 1939 Sdn Ldr Adamson had walked into an RAF recruitment depot in Liverpool, relinquished his honorary commission and re-enlisted for active service. He was promptly appointed a fully-fledged Squadron Leader in the RAF Reserves but was killed less than a year later in April 1940.

    His funeral was in Western Mail but no details of death cause
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    Jagan Correction Anson N5086


    Aircraftman 2nd Class Douglas Watley Turner HEAD (639225)

    Douglas Watley Turner HEAD

    Shepton Mallet Journal - Friday 08 March 1940

    He died due to an Operation he was not on Anson N5086

    Douglas Watley Turner HEAD server as "Douglas Watley Turner" and was DoAS



    Leading Aircraftman Andrew Roberts SUTCLIFFE (746751) 1940-02-23 United Kingdom Brampton (St. Martin) Old Chur

    However, was on Anson N5086 he was KoAS

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    Sergeant Ivor James McKAY (527836) 1940-04-29 202 Sqdn Gibraltar Gibraltar (North Front) Cemete

    Parachute flare ignites in Saro London II K9683 setting fire to aircraft

    Crew and armourers jump into Sea

    McKay died from Drowning

    Plane badly burnt

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    Aircraftman 1st Class Angus HEPBURN (620438) Air Gunner 1940-05-04 51 Sqdn United Kingdom Edinburgh (Seafield) Cemetery

    http://www.yorkshire-aircraft.co.uk/...k40/n1406.html

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