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    391006 – Unaccounted Airmen – 06-10-1939

    From Henk’s List –

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    KING, Albert Henry Sheddon – AC2c – 842347 – RAF(AAF) – 904 Balloon sqn.
    Mitcham ( London Road ) Cemetery, surrey.
    SCOTT, John – P/O – 90612 – RAF(AAF) – 608 Sqn.
    Hartlepool North cemetery, Durham.

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    COLE, Thomas Arthur – F/Sgt – 1109 – RAAF.
    Victoria Cremation Memorial, Victoria, Australia.

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    AUSTRALIA
    COLE, Thomas Arthur – F/Sgt – 1109 – RAAF.
    Victoria Cremation Memorial, Victoria, Australia.

    Injured fatally when his motorcycle collided with a pedestrian on Kororoit Creek Rd, Williamstown.

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    KING, Albert Henry Sheddon – AC2 – 842347 - He was serving with No 904 Sqn, when he was knocked down and killed by a lorry whilst standing in London Road, Mitcham, apparently undecided which was the kerb and which the white line.

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    SCOTT, John – P/O – 90612 – RAF (AAF) – 608 Sqn - the Northern Daily Mail [the Hartlepool Mail] of Ocotber 7th 1939 reported that he was killed in a motorcycle accident near Yarm. His body was found at 5.25 a.m. at Maltby Lane ends. It was thought he had skidded on a wet road, and a verdict of Accidental death was returned by the jury at the inquest into his death.

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