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    470722 - Unaccounted Airmen - 22-07-1947

    From Henk's List -

    UK
    LUNNEY, Thomas - LAC - 1063465 - RAFVR.
    Belfast ( Milltown ) Roman Catholic Cemetery, County Antrim.
    ROBINSON, Geoffrey - F/O(Pilot) - 203460 - RAFVR.
    Leeds ( Cottingley Hall ) Cemetery, Yorkshire.
    [ Vampire F.1 - 595 Sqn - VF302 ].

    From CWGC -

    AUSTRALIA
    DAVIES, Trefor Glyn - Cpl - 205232 - RAAF.
    Footscray Cemetery, Victoria, Australia.

    MALTA
    ROSOMAN, Charles Robert - Lt - RN - HMS Triumph - 827 Sqn.
    Malta ( Capuccini ) Cemetery, Malta.
    [ Martinet TT.1 - RG911 ].
    Other sources has name as ROSEMAN, ANYONE KNOW WHICH IS CORRECT ?

    UK
    VAN DE PUTTE, A. - Sgt - 5950 - RAF.
    Runnymede Memorial, Surrey.
    [ Harvard T2b - 7 SFTS - KF654 ].

    Alex
    Last edited by Alex Smart; 4th May 2019 at 00:11.

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    AUSTRALIA.

    205232 Cpl Trefor Glyn DAVIES RAAF

    205232 Cpl Trefor Glyn DAVIES RAAF (ex-No.1 Flying Boat Repair Depot, Lake Boga, Victoria), was officially discharged from the RAAF on 11 March, 1947. He passed away at the Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital, Heidelberg, Victoria, on 22 July, 1947.

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    LUNNEY, Thomas - LAC - He was serving in the UK and died from tubercular meningitis as the result of pulmonary tuberculosis, his death being registered in Belfast.

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    Alex

    MALTA
    ROSOMAN, Charles Robert - Lt - RN - HMS Triumph - 827 Sqn - the National Probate Calendar records his name as Rosoman. His death was reported in the Hampshire Telegraph of August 1st 1947:

    NAVAL PILOT KILLED
    Lieutenant Charles Robert Rosoman, R.N., Fleet Air Arm, was killed on Tuesday when his aircraft crashed into the sea just off the harbour here. Lieut. Rosoman, who was temporarily attached to R.N.A.S. Hal Far (naval airport here), was a member of the flying personnel of H.M.S. Triumph. He was 23. His wife, next of kin, is in Malta.


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    Simon

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