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    Member Clinton Lloyd LARDER () 1941-10-11 Canada Ottawa Memorial



    Ocean Bridge Carl Andrew Christie
    On 11 October 1941 Hudson AM951 was 'lost at sea' with an all- civilian crew:
    William James Guy (captain-navigator, Cardiff, Wales),
    William Allen Herron (1st officer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), and
    Clinton Lloyd Larder (radio operator, Consort Alberts


    Lockheed Bomber Missing 3 Crew

    First Officer W A Herron
    Hatboro PA

    Capt W J Guy Cardif, South Wales

    GUY
    Pilot
    WILLIAM JAMES
    Saturday, October 11, 1941
    OTTAWA MEMORIAL
    Addenda panel.
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    Royal Air Force Ferry Command
    United Kingdom

    HERRON
    Pilot
    WILLIAM ALLEN
    Saturday, October 11, 1941
    Age 27
    OTTAWA MEMORIAL
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    Royal Air Force Ferry Command
    United Kingdom

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    I have loaded a bunch of RCAF Serials in the DB so that the correct aircraft name appears in the results - this was not happening before..(need to do the same with Aus, NZ and SAAF numbers)

    We are slowly inching towards 90% completion - just a couple of hundred records away! :)

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    http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...ate=1941-02-08

    Pilot Officer Adam Wilson BURNET (88248) Pilot 1941-02-08 232 Sqdn Lossiemouth Burial Ground Ref : Grave 1089.
    Sergeant George Wallace POULTON (904204) Pilot 1941-02-08 232 Sqdn Carlton-In-Lindrick (St. John)

    POULTON was recorded AIR81/5054 Sergeant G W Poulton: killed; aircraft accident, Hurricane P3422, 232 Squadron, 8 February 1941. Note: Related file: 5017

    The ORB at
    https://discovery.nationalarchives.g...mageViewerLink confirms on the very first para that POULTON and BURNET were flying Hurricanes on air combat practice and they collided in mid-air. both killed instantaneously. serial number of BURNETs Hurricane is illegible..

    BURNET was also involved in an earlier crash AIR81/4778 Pilot Officer A W Burnet: injured; aircraft accident, Hurricane L1852, 55 Operational Training Unit, 22 January 1941.
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    Captain Jacobus Albertus KOK (P/102687) 1941-07-29 2 Sqdn SAAF
    Captain Alfred Quinton MASSON (102651V) 1941-07-29 2 Sqdn SAAF

    A History of the Mediterranean Air War 1940–1945: North Africa by Christopher Shores, Giovanni Massimello, Russell

    mentions that Masson and Kok were flying Tomahawks and were shot down in aircombat. Masson failed to return but Kok was taken POW - apparently a mistake or KOK died in captivity.

    https://books.google.com/books?id=98...%20KOK&f=false


    Lieutenant Bert Ronald DIMMOCK (47412) 1941-05-07 2 Sqdn SAAF Nigeria Ibadan Roman Catholic Seminary
    Lieutenant Pieter De J. FRITZ (103005V) 1941-05-07 2 Sqdn SAAF Nigeria Ibadan (St. Anne) Church Cemet
    https://www.dnw.co.uk/auction-archiv...&lot_id=178422
    Bert Ronald Dimmock, who was born in February 1917, enlisted into the S.A.A.F. on the outbreak of hostilities and was advanced to 2nd Lieutenant in December 1939. Joining with No. 1 Fighter Squadron, S.A.A.F., he was involved in a mid-air collision on 4 August 1940 but was lucky to escape unhurt, while during his next posting, with No. 2 Squadron, S.A.A.F. in East Africa his Gladiator was hit by small arms fire near Juba in the Sudan on 9 November and he was forced to land on an island in the middle of the Nile once again he escaped uninjured but his aircraft was a write-off. However, he was killed on 7 June 1941 when flying one of No. 2 Squadron’s Tomahawks from Takoradi in Ghana to the Nile Delta - his aircraft and another Squadron Tomahawk crashed some 30 miles south of Inaden. Dimmock, the son of John G. Dimmock and Octavia M. J. Dimmock of Westonaria, Transvaal, was 24 years of age and is buried in the Ibadan Roman Catholic Seminary Cemetery, Nigeria; sold with copied service record.
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    Lieutenant Douglas Lindley BUCHANAN (103166) 1941-07-02 24 Sqdn SAAF AIR27 Egypt Alamein Memorial Ref : Column 245.
    Air Sergeant D G MALAN (48076) 1941-07-02 24 Sqdn SAAF AIR27 Egypt Alamein Memorial Ref : Column 247.
    Air Sergeant Eric SAKS (94316V) 1941-07-02 24 Sqdn SAAF AIR27 Egypt Alamein Memorial Ref : Column 248.
    Air Sergeant Hollie Humphrey THOMAS (94440) 1941-07-02 24 Sqdn SAAF AIR27 Egypt Alamein Memorial Ref : Column 248.

    https://www.worthpoint.com/worthoped...orce-417446784

    Lieutenant Buchanan who was a B.A. (Cantab); Trinity College Cambridge, was the pilot of the A22 Maryland bomber 1615, which took off from Landing Ground 17 (Fuka Main), to take part in a night bombing raid on Derna, Libya in the region of Cyrenaica. Over the target area the Maryland was shot down by enemy flak gunners. At the time of the loss of the bomber and its four crew, who are all commemorated on the Alamein Memorial. 24 Squadron, S.A.A.F. which had been formed in Kenya on 5 March 1941, and at the time of Lieutenant Buchanan’s death was serving in the Western Desert, mainly operating from various Advanced Landing Grounds.

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    Sept/Oct 1941 Canadian Burials

    Another Lot of Canadian Casualties Aircraft from Bill Walker site


    Sergeant James Mcintosh FAWKNER (404679) 1941-09-16 Canada St. Thomas (South Park) Cemete Ref : Air Force Plot. Grave.

    Killed in Automobile Accident - He was hit by a car in Blenheim Ontario - He was in RNZAF


    Leading Aircraftman Barrington Vincent CASTLE (1385530) 1941-09-17 Canada Medicine Hat (Hillside) Cemete Ref : Lot 11. Block 139D. Sec. C.

    Died of injuries in hospital from result of training plane crash No 34 Service Flying Training School Medicine Hat

    Airplane was Airspeed A.S.10 Oxford #AR937 which crashed on 16th Sept 1941

    Taken on strength at RCAF Station Dartmouth, NS. To No. 4 Training Command on 18 August 1941,
    for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta. Stalled at low altitude on take
    off from Medicine Hat at 16:00 on 16 September 1941 and crashed. Lone occupant, LAC Barrington Vincent Castle,
    RAF died shortly after being removed from the wreckage.

    Newspaper reports confirmed he died 17th Sept 1941


    Leading Aircraftman Roy Peter MARSHALL (1379831) 1941-09-21 Canada Kingston (Cataraqui) Cemetery Ref : Sec. G. Range 6. Grave 12.

    Killed in Harvard Plane crash at Kingston Ont No. 31 Service Flying Training School (SFTS)

    Reopted "last night" in newspapers for 22 Sept 1941

    Possibly: North American Harvard AJ579
    Used by No. 31 Service Flying Training School at Kingston, Ontario.
    Category C crash at Kingston at 17:20 on 21 September 1941. To No. 3 Training Command on 19 February 1944,
    for records purposes only. To Noorduyn Aviation on 4 August 1944 for overhaul


    Squadron Leader Kenneth Lewis ASHFOLD (37273) 1941-09-22 Canada Ottawa (Beechwood) Cemetery Ref : Sec. 29. Lot 1. Grave 113.
    Flying Officer David Francis LANGMACK (C/2492) 1941-09-22 United States of America Albany (Willamette) Memorial P

    Killed in Aircraft crash at Medicine Hat, Alberta
    Also killed Flying Officer David Francis Langmack RCAF C/2492
    Westland Lysander #417 Category A crash on 22 September 1941, when it flew into rising ground near Suffield, Alberta, 2 fatalities.


    Sergeant William Ronald LANCE (R/70035) 1941-09-27 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 2.
    Flying Officer Harold Wilson OLDHAM (C/2397) 1941-09-27 11 Sqdn AIR27 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 2.

    Oldham: Pilot
    Lance: Navigator
    Also Cyril Harvey Small (Civilian radio Operator)

    Both Missing on Transatlantic a Ferry Trip
    Hudson AM940 (Ocean Bridge)

    http://www.ww2irishaviation.com/Article_2.htm
    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...CWGC&styleid=3



    Leading Aircraftman Bruce Trevor EVANS (1294171) 1941-09-30 Canada North Battleford Cemetery Ref : Plan M. Block 18. Grave 8.
    Pilot Officer Douglas Henry HODGKISON (63109) 1941-09-30 Canada North Battleford Cemetery Ref : Plan M. Block 18. Grave 1.
    Airspeed Oxford Mk I #AS550
    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...0-41&styleid=3

    https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=16173

    Collided with Airspeed Oxford AS186 - LAC M R Hall, (1199394) the sole occupant of the other aircraft, was also injured, in the mid-air collision
    but escaped with a fractured jaw, bruises and abrasions.



    Sergeant James WRIGHT (932825) Pilot 1941-10-16 Canada Regina Cemetery

    Air crash Regina - Ferrying aircraft from Winnipeg to Regina - Collided with another airplane apparantly on landing approach at airport
    No.4 Air Training Command at Calgary
    Flying Training machine
    Pilot of other machine appears to have survived

    Airspeed Oxford AT445

    Category A crash on 16 October 1941, reported by No. 3 Air Observers School at Regina, Saskatchewan. Sgt. J. Wright, RAF killed.
    Being ferried from Winnipeg to Calgary at the time, collided in air with Oxford AS571, which was only slightly damaged.
    This aircraft lost several parts in flight, and spun in on the boundary of Regina aerodrome. Wright's body was found out of pilot seat,
    in rear cabin, with parachute partially deployed. Both aircraft were part of a formation of 21 Oxfords being ferried from Fort William to No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold by the No. 2 Training Command Communications Flight.


    Collided with Oxford AS571 on 16 October 1941, during formation flying.

    Corporal Terence Edward Edwin LEAHY (655595) 1941-10-17 Canada North Battleford Cemetery Ref : Plan M. Block 17. Grave 4.
    Corporal Frederick Arthur MITCHELL (535619) 1941-10-17 Canada North Battleford Cemetery Ref : Plan M. Block 18. Grave 3.
    Both killed in Training Aircraft Accident 35 Service Flying Training School at North Battleford, Saskatchewa
    Airspeed Oxford AS490
    To No. 4 Training Command with this School on 10 November 1941. Category A crash at 11:15 on 17 October 1941, 12 miles south-west of North Battleford. Struck ground at high speed after stalling during a turn, initial report suggests
    unauthorized low flying. Both student occupants killed, Cpl. F.A. Mitchell and Cpl. T.E. Leahy.

    Leading Aircraftman Ernest Allen BROOKS (403651) 1941-10-18 Canada Barrie Union Cemetery Ref : Lot 259. Block G.
    Died in plane crash flying solo near Alliston Ontario

    Possibly North American Harvard 2671
    Category A damage on 18 October 1941 while with No. 1 Service Flying Training School at Camp Borden, Ontario. Aircraft disappeared on a night solo circuit.


    Sergeant Gerald Henry McMURRAY (R/95428) 1941-10-25 Canada Springfield (Sunnyside) Cemete Ref : Family Plot.
    Shot his wife and 2 of his children and then turned his gun on himself
    October 27, 1941 Edmonton Journal from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Page 8
    Winnipeg Family Found Shot Dead WINNIPEG, Oct. 27. Sgt. and Mrs. Gerald H. McMurray, their 10-months-old daughter, Marie,
    and William McMurray, two and a half, a child of McMurray's previous marriage, were found Saturday night, shot to death in their home.
    Police said another child of McMurray's first wile. Margaret, aged four, was staying with relatives.
    McMurray was about 35 and his wife IS. He was attached to No. 3 manning pool of the R.CA.F. at Brandon.
    Police said it was "evident" that McMurray had shot and killed his wife and children, then turned the gun on himself.



    Leading Aircraftman Lyle Emerson ARMSTRONG (R/97124) 1941-10-31 Canada Belleville Cemetery
    Killed in flying accident near Ebenezer Sask

    North American Harvard BW194
    Category A crash at 15:30 on 31 October 1941 near Ebenezer, Saskatchewan (12 miles north of Yorkton). Aircraft struck ground at high speed, "cause of accident obscure"

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    The Nov 1941 Canadian Casualties with Aircraft from Bill Walker site

    Sergeant Harvey Graham HAYES (R/68107) Pilot 1941-11-04 Canada Norwich Cemetery, Ontario Ref : Plot 286.
    Killed in Aircraft Crash
    Seriously Injured LAC R D Nichols of Erskine Alberta
    De Havilland Canada Tiger Moth 4993
    Category A damage on 4 November 1941 while with No. 5 Elementary Flying Training School at High River, Alberta.


    Leading Aircraftman Dennis DONAHUE (1269423) 1941-11-13 Canada Mount Hope (St. Paul's Anglica Ref : R.A.F. Plot. Grave 1.
    Leading Aircraftman Denis Albert DRAYTON (1262954) 1941-11-13 Canada Mount Hope (St. Paul's Anglica Ref : R.A.F. Plot. Grave 2.
    Leading Aircraftman Reginald Allan GILLMAN (1205995) 1941-11-13 Canada Mount Hope (St. Paul's Anglica Ref : R.A F. Plot. Grave 3.
    Aircraft Crash Near Hamiltion
    Crew of Anson W1672 killed when crashed into Caledon Hill while descending in cloud in deteroriating weather at night

    https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...HUE%22&f=false
    http://www.rafcommands.com/archive/02716.php

    Apart from the three fatalities, other persons aboard the aircraft were F/L Alexander Lyons McDowell 40242 and an AC J.L. Higham (Seriously injured)


    Leading Aircraftman James Ward ANDERSON (R/108379) 1941-11-16 Canada Ormstown Union Cemetery Ref : Plot 13. Row 11.
    Leading Aircraftman Wallace Richard HEATH (R/103057) 1941-11-16 United States of America Lebanon (Valley) Cemetery
    Both Killed in Airplane Collison Upland Airport

    Harvard 2584 or Harvard 3086
    Category A damage on 16 November 1941, while with No. 2 Service Flying Training School at Uplands, Ontario, mid-air with Harvard 3086.


    Sergeant Sam Meyer LEVINE (R/79129) 1941-11-18 Canada Montreal Baron De Hirsch Memor Ref : Sec. 25. Plot 16.
    Killed in Martimes air crash
    Harvard 2864
    Category A crash, fatal, on 18 November 1941 while with No. 9 Service Flying Training School at Summerside, PEI.


    Leading Aircraftman Stanley Vincent CLENCH (1186224) 1941-11-20 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 2.
    Leading Aircraftman Norman James FICKEN (1332957) 1941-11-20 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 2.
    Pilot Officer Alfred John FREEMAN (123923) 1941-11-20 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 1.
    Aircraftman 1st Class Norman William THOMAS (982678) 1941-11-20 Canada Ottawa Memorial Ref : Panel 1. Column 2.
    All Missing on Active service - Aircraft Anson Serial N4894
    Charlottetown wreckage found on Prince Edward Island
    http://www.rafcommands.com/archive/10726.php

    To No. 3 Training Command on 11 July 1941, for use by No. 31 General Reconnaissance School at Charlottetown, PEI. Winter conversion kit
    installed by 22 August 1941. To Eastern Air Command with this School on 5 November 1941. Still with this School when it crashed at
    21:17 on 20 November 1941. "3 fatalities."

    Leading Aircraftman John OLDFIELD (1199102) 1941-11-20 Canada Kingston (Cataraqui) Cemetery Ref : Sec. G. Range 6. Grave 1.
    http://www.harvardsabove.ca/desperat...rvards-arrive/

    Harvard AJ701
    Destroyed at 00:10 on 20 November 1941, when it dove into Lake Ontario shortly after takeoff.
    ". His body was not recovered until August 2, 1942. "


    Leading Aircraftman Reginald Benjamin Walter CHAPMAN (1295475) 1941-11-29 Canada Montreal (Mount Royal) Cemeter Ref : Sec. G.943 Grave 327.
    Died from Natural Causes

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    Paul

    Re:
    Leading Aircraftman James Ward ANDERSON (R/108379) 1941-11-16 Canada Ormstown Union Cemetery Ref : Plot 13. Row 11.
    Leading Aircraftman Wallace Richard HEATH (R/103057) 1941-11-16 United States of America Lebanon (Valley) Cemetery
    Both Killed in Airplane Collison Upland Airport

    Heath's R.C.A.F. Service File has him in Harvard 2584, so Anderson in Harvard 3086 (not recorded in Anderson's Service File, though). The accident occurred at 16.30.

    Regards

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    Simon thanks for that update

    Last Lot of Canadian Casualties

    Aircraft from Bill Walker site for Dec 1941

    Mystery Man is

    Leading Aircraftman Donald BREEZE (1534018) 1941-12-04 Canada Moncton (Elmwood) Cemetery Ref : Section BPC. Row 924. Grave 1.
    Unit 31 PD Aged 19

    Need Serial Confirm

    Henry George DEERY Cessna Crane 7773


    Denis Percival FROUD Unknown Tiger Moth

    Leading Aircraftman Colin Alfred COLES (404953) 1941-12-01 Canada Humboldt (Municipal) Cemetery Ref : Soldiers' Plot. Row 2. Grave 12.
    Sergeant Joseph Leandre Gilles COTE (R/56362) 1941-12-01 Canada Ottawa Notre Dame Cemetery Ref : Plot 3009. Sec. Z.
    Leading Aircraftman Ronald Kenneth CROTHERS (411126) 1941-12-01 Canada Humboldt (Municipal) Cemetery Ref : Soldiers' Plot. Row 2. Grave 11.
    All in Fairey Battle 2067 Ex RAF L5337. Serving at No. 5 Bombing and Gunnery School at Dafoe, Saskarchewan at time of crash.
    Struck off, after Category A crash on 1 December 1941

    Leading Aircraftman Robert Lewis GREER (R/114675) 1941-12-01 Canada Regina Cemetery Ref : Block A. Plot 1. Grave 9.
    Solo Flight Tiger Moth #4266
    Category A damage on 1 December 1941 while with No. 19 Elementary Flying Training School at Virden, Manitoba.




    Leading Aircraftman Ernest Cecil THOMSON (1387318) 1941-12-05 Canada Calgary (Burnsland) Cemetery Ref : Lot 48. Block 7. Sec. G.
    Killed Flying Solo Flew into ground Calgary Alberta
    OXford AS365
    Category A crash at Calgary aerodrome at 15:30 on 5 December 1941. Received a red flare while attempting to land with the gear up, one engine failed during attempted go around. LAC E.C. Thomson, RAF, 18 years old, killed.


    Flying Officer Edwin Jackson BOUNDS (C/2990) 1941-12-09 United States of America Laurel (Hickory Grove) Cemeter
    Leading Aircraftman Frederick George BARBER (1253026) 1941-12-09 Canada Guelph (Woodlawn) Memorial Par Ref : Sec. 1. Block C. Lot 6. Grave 1.
    Leading Aircraftman John Samuel Willis GRAY (R/70980) Battle RCAF 1814 Forum Post 1941-12-09 1 BGS Canada Weyburn (Hillcrest) Cemetery

    John Samuel Willis GRAY (R/70980) - his R.C.A.F. Service File records that he was killed in Battle 1814 of 1 B&GS,
    which crashed (collided?) approximately 3 miles west of Fisherville, Ontario during an air to ground tracer firing exercise.
    It seems that the Battle collided with another aircraft, and his cause of death is described as 'fall from flying aircraft.'
    Battle 1814 Ex RAF P6492. Assigned to No. 1 Training Command in Ontario.

    News report confirmd a collision took place other plane landed safely


    Leading Aircraftman Henry Joseph McCARTHY (656512) 1941-12-10 Canada Calgary (Burnsland) Cemetery Ref : Lot 94. Block 7. Sec. G.
    Killed Oxford AT457
    Category A crash at 20:30 on 10 December 1941, while performing night solo circuits at Calgary. LAC H.J. McCarthy, RAF killed. Deteriorating weather was probably a factor.

    Pilot Officer Arthur Climie MacDONALD (J/3749) 1941-12-12 Canada Toronto (Mount Pleasant) Cemet Ref : Lot 344. Grave 9.
    Plane missing from a fligh from Hagersville, Ont to Camp Borden
    Body found on Lake shore March 20 1942
    Harvard 2612
    Category A damage on 12 December 1941, crashed in Lake Ontario after becoming lost in bad weather.

    Leading Aircraftman Alexander Collard WILLIS (411516) 1941-12-15 Canada Dunnville (Riverside) Cemetery Ref : Lot 845. Grave 4.
    Dec 15: Harvard 2763, near Port Maitland at 2355 hrs. Aircraft crashed turning to
    right on downwind leg and caught fire. Reason unknown. 1 fatality.
    LAC Alexander Collard Willis NZ411561, Pilot Trainee, killed. Burial took place in
    the Military Plot in Riverside Cemetery, Dunnville


    Leading Aircraftman William John REDFORD (R/101425) 1941-12-22 Canada Vancouver (Mountain View) Ceme Ref : Abray. Block 4. Plot 5. Lot 3.
    Died suddenly aged 56 Served WW1 RASC news report 'Dropped Dead'

    Leading Aircraftman Denis Percival FROUD (R/102248) 1941-12-23 Canada Regina Cemetery Ref : Block A. Plot 30.
    Student Pilot Missing from aircrfat after collision was seen to parachute into Pacfic ocean following collison but was not found when boats arrived
    Tiger Moth Training Plane at Mouth of Fraser River No 18 Elementary Flying Training School Boundary Bay
    Unidentified at present

    Pilot Officer Reginald George LITTLEWOOD (106584) 1941-12-23 Canada Caron Municipal Cemetery Ref : Block C. Plot 28. Grave A.
    P/O RAF #33 EFTS Medicine Hat
    Killed on Active Service RAF Pilot Tiger Moth 5967
    Delivered to stored reserve. Crashed at 13:10 on 23 December 1941, while ferrying from Calgary, Alberta to No. 33 Elementary Flying Training School at Caron, Saskatchewan. P/O R.G. Littlewood, instructor at No. 33 EFTS, was killed when the aircraft struck wires across the South Saskatchewan River 3 miles west of Medicine Hat, and crashed into the river. To No. 10 Repair Depot at Calgary on 6 January 1942 for scrapping.



    Leading Aircraftman Henry George DEERY (413387) 1941-12-24 Canada Brandon Cemetery, Manitoba Ref : Lot 107. Block A. Sec. 27.
    Killed in Flying Accident
    From NZ 12 SFTS at North Brandon
    Prob Cessna Crane 7773
    With No. 12 Service Flying Training School at Brandon, Manitoba, when it received Category C5 damage at 08:45 on 15 October 1941.
    Taxied into tail of Crane 7732, damaging both propellers on this aircraft.
    THEN > Category A crash on 24 December 1941. Scrapped by No. 12 SFTS.



    Leading Aircraftman Kenneth Keith McLAUGHLIN (R/110966) 1941-12-29 Canada Winnipeg (Old Kildonan) Presby
    Died in Plane Crash No 5 EFTS High River
    Tiger Moth 4090 Category A damage on 29 December 1941 while with No. 5 Elementary Flying Training School at high River, Alberta.

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    Henry George DEERY Cessna Crane confirmed 7773


    Denis Percival FROUD Tiger Moth 4052: Presentation aircraft, name not recorded. Category A damage on 20 December 1941.

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