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    Aircraftman 1st Class Frank Watterson CORRIN (545884) Armourer

    226 Sqn ORB Confirms died at No 4 CCS whilst undergoing a minor operation

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class Michael George FRENCH (744711)
    INQUEST ON AIRMAN
    A few days after a young Letchworth man, who was called for service with the RA F. Reserve in September,
    had been found desperately ill at his home in Letchworth. his death took place an RA F. hospital on 19th Oct.
    the inquest on Friday the Coroner tor North Bedfordshire. Mr. R G Rose, recorded a verdict that the man died from pneumonia.
    It was stated that the house in which he was found smelled of stale gas. and that a gas jet was found full on but no gas
    was issuing owing to the meter giving out. T
    he young man was Second-Class Air-1 craftsman Michael George French, aged ■ twenty-five, of Mulway. Letchworth. H
    e , was married and had two children After evidence had been given the Coroner said that whatever the intentions
    of this unfortunate man were, he was satisfied that the gas poisoning had no effect on his death

    Published: Friday 27 October 1939
    Newspaper: Bedfordshire Times and Independent
    County: Bedfordshire, England
    Type: Illustrated | Words: 155 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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    Corporal John CARBERY (23367)
    Probate:
    4 Cherington-road Cheadle
    Died 21 October 1939 at Padgate near warrington

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    Flight Lieutenant Reginald Cope LEWIS (90661)
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    Died 24 Oct 1939 at Derbyshire Royal Infirmary

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    Apprentice Edward Arthur KENDALL (591451)
    KILLED BY RUNAWAY CAR


    Black-out Tragedy. The funeral took place at Goole Cemetery on Saturday of Aircraftman Edward Arthur Kendall, 17 years old son of Mr and Mrs A. Kendall, Rutland-road, Goole, who was knocked down and fatally injured by an empty car

    Published: Monday 06 November 1939
    Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
    County: Yorkshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 471 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class William Walter HUTT (646068)


    WIFE'S SAD STORY

    INQUEST ADJOURNED. On Thursday Mr. Coroner L. F. Beccle held an inquest on William Walter Hutt, 35,
    an aircraftsman, who died in Chelmsford Hospital on Tuesday.
    The widow, Mrs. Enid S. Hutt> of Brownings Avenue. Chelmsford, said her husband formerly worked at Hoffmann's,
    but when he was stood off he joined the Air Force last June. In August, while he was at Gosport, he fell down some steps.
    . Since then he had been depressed. When she went to see him he said he felt ill, and thought his illness was due ...
    the accident. The Coroner: Did he say anything about doing himself an injury?
    He wanted us to go together, witness continued, but I talked to him, and he said he would go himself.
    He said he had thought of throwing himself in front of a train. I notified the authorities of what he had said.
    My husband was sent to hospital for treatment, and was discharged after
    after about z month. He returned to duty. On Monday night he arrived home at Chelmsford.
    He did not seem to know where he had come from, and said he felt ill. He looked ill and haggard.
    He went to bed, and he was restless and sick during the night. Next d
    ay sent for a doctor. The Coroner:
    id he say whether he had taken anything?—He told me that he had not. Dr. Camps said death was probably due to narcotic poisoning.

    The organs were being analysed. The Coroner said it was impossible to say how the .deceased died
    unJil the result of the analysis was known. He accordingly adjourned the inquest.

    Published: Saturday 04 November 1939
    Newspaper: Essex Newsman
    County: Essex, England
    Type: Article | Words: 275 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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    Leading Aircraftman James Rodgers BANKS (811104)

    611 ORB Confirms killed in Road Accident at Buxton

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    Flight Lieutenant Richard Collingdon Symons ALLIN (21214)


    OFFICER DROWNED WHILST BATHING


    We have received of the death of Flight-Lieut. Richard Collingdon Symonds (sic) Allin, only son of and Mrs H. J. Allin, late of Keynsham,
    who was accidently drowned while bathing at Hong Kong.
    He wag 29 years of age. Mr and Mrs Allin and daughter were ...

    Published: Friday 27 October 1939
    Newspaper: Western Daily Press
    County: Bristol, England

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    Flying Officer George Peters JOHNSTONE (C/824)

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    Aircraftman 1st Class Philip Geoffrey HOLMES (544872)

    ORB Says died as a result of gun shot accident

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