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    Flying Officer Duncan Robinson ANDERSON (C/204)

    Looking for a serial

    Killed in flying accident 20-11-1939
    Halifax Nova Scotia

    “20 November 1939” site:http://www.rwrwalker.ca


    Flying Solo


    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/...inson-anderson

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    Aircraftwoman 2nd Class
    Gladys Wendy BRADWELL (884128)

    City R.A.F. Girl Killed in Crash Gladys (wendy) bradwell (28), of 16, Beech Hill Road, Broomhill, Sheffield, a telephonist in the auxiliary section of the R.A.F., was killed in a road accident on the Manchester road. Midhope, last night. She was a passenger in a car driven by Wilfred H. Carter

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    Aircraftwoman 2nd Class Madge Wilson CHAMBERS (884655)



    R.A.F. Planes Salute Airwoman
    ... Salute Airwoman D A.F. planes dipped in salute during the funeral in the West of England yesterday of Aircraftwoman Madge Wilson Chambers. Miss Chambers, who was 20. was the second member of the W.A.A.F. to die on service In Britain since the war began

    She died on Friday after a few days’ illness.


    Published: Tuesday 12 December 1939
    Newspaper: Daily Herald
    County: London, England
    Type: Article | Words: 242 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftman 1st Class Lionel Alexander GENT (7112


    Motor car accident


    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/...hoto=170271989

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    Leading Aircraftman
    Victor Thomas WILLACY (343816)

    MILITARY FUNERAL
    ... a reservist on the outbreak of war. a Longridge man, who died on Tuesday in hospital, following a burning accident at his

    his depot several weeks ago, will be given a military funeral in his native village to-morrow afternoon. He was Mr. Victor Thomas Willacy, of 24. Whitt ingham-road. a former employee Whittlngham County Mental Hospital, where he worked for about 12 years ...
    Published: Friday 08 December 1939
    Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
    County: Lancashire, England p

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    Sgt George Robert William SAGE (351450


    DISEASED HEART ARTERIES


    DISEASED HEART ARTERIES Inquest held yesterday (Wednesday) at the Caterham Council Offices by the East Surrey Coroner, Dr. Cyril Baron, on Sergeant eGeorge Robert William Sage, of the R.A.F., of 35, Campbell-road. Caterham. The only witness was his wife, Mrs. Tiny Robina Sage, who said that ...


    well built man, but he had several small scars on his heart and the main arteries of the heart were blocked by debris. There was consistent degeneration throughout the arteries. Dr. Baron, summing up, said that, as he had been told, the man was liable ...



    Published: Friday 22 December 1939
    Newspaper: Croydon Advertiser and East Surrey Reporter
    County: London, England
    Type: Article | Words: 257 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Ronald William George HOBART 640749



    STRUCK BY PROPELLER YOUNG WRITHE AIRMAN'S TRAGIC DEATH A telegram from the Air Ministry predicted a sad Christmas for Mr. and Mis. D. G. Hobart, of Wriitle Green, it revealed that their youngest son, Aircraitsman 2nd Class Ronald William George Hobart, had been accidentally killed on active service. He was only 19. A letter of sympathy followed from his Commanding ...
    Published: Friday 29 December 1939
    Newspaper: Chelmsford Chronicle
    County: Essex, England
    Type: Article | Words: 746 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class

    Leonard James HUNNS

    552068

    Enough of story here to get the gist

    LAUGHED A$ HE ATTACKED GIRL
    ... whe Iqw stated at the lnqU est yesterday, on twenty-one. typist, of Knu^^' r °* operator. His mother, Mrs. Dorothy Leonard James Hunns, elghtee . j ijonHforth Hunna. «ldo». ll.es at . .I • He hold of ny »«» de«; ««« • YOU arc 100 clever for me. and started ...
    Published: Sunday 31 December 1939
    Newspaper: Sunday Mirror
    County: London, England
    Type: Article | Words: 234 | Page: 5 | Tags: none


    GIRL THE OTHER BOY
    ... at Knutsford Road, Wilmslow, told a dramatic story at an inquest to-day of a scene which took place shortly before Leonard James Hunns (18), of the R.A.F., committed suicide. Hunns, whose mother. Dorothy Hunns, widow, of Crossfields Road. Handforth, said ...
    Published: Saturday 30 December 1939
    Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
    County: Lancashire, England
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 637 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Roy Henry EDWARDS (626364)

    Motor Cybke Accident


    OPEN VERDICT AT

    ... protest by the father of the dead man was made at the inquest at Henley Hospital on Monday on Aircraftman (first class) Roy Henry Edwards, who was fatally injured when the motor-cycle he was riding was involved in a collision with a van near the Crocker End ...
    Published: Saturday 23 December 1939
    Newspaper: Reading Mercury
    County: Berkshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 229 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

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    Leading Aircraftman George Thomas LANDING (619132) 1939-11-23 United Kingdom Manchester Southern Cemetery

    -> Linked to Sergeant Kenneth Orford Skelton

    TWO AIRMEN VICTIMS

    Frederick Arthur Dolby driving along the Lincoln-Grantham road on the night of November 22nd,
    knocked down two airmen—Leading Aircraftman George Thomas Landing and Sgt. Kenneth Orford Skelton—as they were returning from a dance. Evidence was given that their caps were found ...


    Sergeant Kenneth Orford Skelton

    Later (1940) Dolby faced Manslaughter Charge Over this incident

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