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    Leading Aircraftman Frederick George POWELL (525528) 1939-12-23 70 Sqdn Egypt Cairo War Memorial Cemetery

    70 Sqn ORB

    Died Helmieh Hospital on 23.12.23 as a result of injuries received in landing accident at HELWAN on 19.12.39

    See also

    http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...php?uniq=K2799

    Pilot Officer Francis Aloysius CONNOLLY (40676) Pilot

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class John William WALTON (292126) 1939-12-31 United Kingdom Nuthurst (St. Thomas) Churchya

    R.A.F. MAN INJURED


    ... R.A.F. MAN INJURED At about 12.30 a.m. yesterday, the body of Aircraftman John William Walton (aged 39), J?
    found in School Road, Hockley Heath, about yards from the Birmingham-Stratford Road. 7*6 had been badly injured,
    and it is presumed that he was knocked down by a motor vehicle yhich failed to stop. The police are anxious to lt iterview anyone who can give ...

    Published: Monday 01 January 1940
    Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
    County: Warwickshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 128 | Page: 7 | Tags: none



    OPEN VERDICT RETURNED AT SOLIHULL


    ... IX’cember 31, had sustained minor injuries before receiving those which caused his death,
    The enquiry was into the death of John William Walton (aged 39), whose home address was at Hunton Heath.
    He was found by a chauffeur, who told the Coroner, when the inquest ...


    Published: Thursday 11 January 1940
    Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
    County: Warwickshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 238 | Page: 9 | Tags: none



    Birmingham Mail



    FOUND LYING IN ROADWAY AT HOCKLEY HEATH INQUEST OPENED


    ... at Solihull to-day when enquiry was made by Mr. G. F. Lodder, Coroner for South-west Warwickshire,
    into the death of John William Walton (aged 39), an aircraftman, whose home address is at Kineton Lane,
    Illshaw Heath, Hockley Heath. The man iwas found dead ...

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    Aircraftman 1st Class Frederick Douglas LINAKER (537514) 1939-11-07 208 Sqdn Egypt Cairo War Memorial Cemetery

    208 ORB Says Died of severe Burns in an Accident

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    Flying Officer Duncan Robinson ANDERSON (C/204)

    I think it is this one from Bill Walker site



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    Hawker

    Hawker, Kingston and Brooklands, UK

    Hurricane

    Mk. I






    first date: 9 August 1939 - Taken on charge at RCAF Station Ottawa, Ontario




    Ex RAF L2023. Arrived at Ottawa via Canadian National Railway. Displayed at the Canadian National Exhibition at Toronto August 1939. To No. 1 (F) Squadron, at RCAF Station St. Hubert, PQ, on 19 September 1939. Moved with squadron detachment to RCAF Station Dartmouth, NS, 5 November 1939. Category A crash at Dartmouth at 10:30 on 20 November 1939. Had 39:50 flying time in log book at time of crash.




    last date: 21 November 1939 - Struck off and reduced to spares, after Category A crash

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Herbert WILSON (617452) 1939-12-06 7 Sqdn United Kingdom Sunderland (Ryhope Road) Cemet
    Wilson Herbert 21 Aylesbury
    3a 2272

    WILSON.—On December 7, accidentally; 617452 Herbert Wilson, Mechanic, R.A.F.,
    son of Mr and Mrs Wilson ;nee Morrison), 9 Harrow Square, Hylton Estate.

    Published: Friday 08 December 1939
    Newspaper: Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette
    County: Durham, England
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 1411 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Raymond Eric GINDER (569764) 1939-12-09 16 Sqdn United

    Ginder – ORB Funeral but no details he died after an operation in Andover (Death Registration)

    Raymond Eric, December 9 (1939), after operation, the younger son Mrs. Ginder, 85, Hagley Road. T* l funeral, Tidworth.

    Published: Monday 11 December 1939
    Newspaper: Birmingham Mail
    County: Warwickshire, England

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Edward James GIDDINGS (624499) 1939-12-15 United Kingdom Havant Cemetery


    INQUEST DISCLOSURES
    Evidence that he had been unhappy because he had been confined to barracks,
    was given at the inquest at Fareham yesterday afternoon on Aircraftman James Edward Giddings
    RA.F. (24), single, stationed in the Gosport district, and living at 23, Bath Road, Warminster, who was found dead on the
    beach Hill Head last Friday morning. The Coroner (Major G. H. Warner) found that Giddings
    put himself into the sea with the intention of taking his life.” He said that in arriving at this verdict he took into
    consideration the fact that Giddings’s cap, greatcoat, and gas mask were found neatly folded up
    near the body, and that Giddings had been depressed. Pilot Officer A. E. Sloecombe said that Giddings had
    had a little trouble and had been confined to barracks for a fortnight, and Aircraftman D. Whatley said that when he
    saw Giddings last Thursday he was rather unhappy. Giddings was conscientious and felt the punishment
    rather keenly. Answering the Coroner, the witness said he had never heard him threaten to take his own life. Mr. Thomas ...

    Published: Tuesday 19 December 1939
    Newspaper: Portsmouth Evening News
    County: Hampshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 451 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

    Maybe linked

    PROMBITED AREA
    ... said, you rather take it for granted that there ncf.)ody about, but on this occasion I was keeping a look-out.
    Edward James Giddings. an aircraft- man, said he saw Kibler walking along thl edge of the grass.
    Hs was looking 3n the ground and apparently ...
    Published: Friday 10 November 1939
    Newspaper: Hampshire Telegraph
    County: Hampshire, England



    Surname First name(s) Age District Vol Page
    Deaths Dec 1939 (>99%)
    Kibler Ernest J 63 Gosport 2b 1542 Scan available - click to view

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Herbert James SHINTON (849216) 1939-12-16 913 Balloon Sqdn United Kingdom Birmingham (Yardley) Cemetery

    Cause of Death: Hit by Vehicle


    Walked in Road in Black-Out —Killed it ■, am surprised three people were in the road after so many burnings about taking care in the said the Coroner for gentry and North Warwickshire at button Coldfield inquest yesterday. Herbert James Shinton, aged 40, 5 r ...
    Published: Tuesday 19 December 1939
    Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Gazette
    County: Warwickshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 63 | Page: 7 | Tags: none


    Had Looked . . •
    ... after so r nings about taking care in '°ut,” said the Coroner for and North Warwickshire at a Sutton Coldfield inquest James Shinton, aged 40. an whose home was at 134, ancis-street, Saltley. Birm- 'vas walking along Rectory- last Friday, with two a N.A.A.F.I. canteen. 1 was knocked down by a in hospital. hot of Accidental death ...

    Published: Monday 18 December 1939
    Newspaper: Evening Despatch
    County: Warwickshire, England


    Also sadly I think this has a link... 5 years later


    CHILDREN’S DEATHS: DRIVER EXONERATED
    ... verdict of accidental death on both the children killed in Birchfield-road, Lozells, last Friday evening They were Herbert James Shinton, aged five, of 7, Kinedon-place, Chain Walk, L/ozells, and Margaret Teresa Stevens, aged 13 months, of the same address ...
    Published: Wednesday 12 July 1944
    Newspaper: Evening Despatch
    County: Warwickshire, England
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 556 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Arthur Ernest OAKLEY (761293) 1939-09-13 United Kingdom Durley (Holy Cross) Churchyard
    Probate: of Fairthone Grange Farm Botley, Hampshire died 13 Sept 1939 at Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley, Hampshire

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Robert Watson LLOYD (841768) 1939-11-19 United Kingdom Crayford (St. Paulinus) Church
    Probate Died 19 Nov 1939 at Southern Hospital Dartford Kent

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