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    Moving on to the 'Deaths in Canada' list:

    Leading Aircraftman John HARDYMENT (402518) R.N.Z.A.F - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he died at 14.15 hours at Station Hospital, Rivers, Manitoba, due to a cerebral haemorrhage. He was serving with 1 A.N.S.

    Leading Aircraftman Graham BUTT (798690) - reported 'dangerpusly ill' in the Globe and Mail, and the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he died in St. Anne's Military Hospital, Quebec, due to pleurisy and tubercular meningitis. Serving with 1 Wireless School.

    Leading Aircraftman Percy William Edward MILLER (641485) - died from injuries sustained when he fell from an engine servining platform while serving at 31 O.T.U.

    Flying Officer Trevor Ernest BRAMMALL (40336) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he died due to pulmonary TB. Serving with 31 A.N.S. at Port Albert.

    Aircraftwoman 2nd Class Mary Kathryn HEYSEL (W/300871) - killed in a car crash in Aylmer while on leave.

    Aircraftman 2nd Class Dennis John SHARPE (1219319) - the 'Croydon and the Second World War' memorial book records that he died while bird hunting and was struck by a ricochet from a companion's rifle.

    Leading Aircraftman Geoffrey Albert GRAY (1336606) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he accidentally drowned at Moyie Lake, near Cranbrook, B.C. Serving with 36 E.F.T.S.

    Sergeant James Gough POLSON R.N.Z.A.F. (414339) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he died at Edmonton, Alberta, after an operation for a brain tumour. Serving with 36 S.F.T.S. at Pearce, Alberta.

    Aircraftwoman 2nd Class Grace Audrey MOULSON (W/305964) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that she died of natural causes at the home of her father at Rossburn, Manitoba.

    Aircraftwoman 1st Class Elizabeth Genevieve WOODMAN (W/300727) - a family tree on ancestry.com records that she died at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, due to meningitis.

    Leading Aircraftman Geoffrey FRITH (1433226) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he was killed by a propeller whilst crossong the tarmac in front of No. 1 hangar, St. Hubert, Quebec. Serving with 13 S.F.T.S.

    Aircraftman 2nd ClassClive GUTTERIDGE (1457157) - possibly PBY FP132? See: http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...5406#post95406

    Sergeant Hazel Winnifred SEYMOUR (W/300861) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that her death was due to self-administered poison, and she died at the Station Hospital, No. 2 B & G School, Mossbank, Saksatchewan.

    Sergeant Norman Leslie STREETER (1337839) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he died at the Station Hospital, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, due to toxaemia caused by general peritonitis, the result of a ruptured appendix.

    Flight Sergeant John HOLLAND (1071582) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he died in P.E.I. Hospital, Charlottetown due to bronchio pneumonia and uraemia.

    Leading Aircraftman Evan John THOMAS (1026095) - the War Graves Register (Circumtances of Casualty) card records that he died after being fatally injured whilst horse riding at 20.00 hours. He was thrown from his horse after becoming involved with a private motor car on the corner of Edward Street and First Avenue, North Battleford, Saskatchewan, and suffered a fractured skull.

    Corporal Herbert BENTLEY (1098456) - killed in a car accident at Coldbrook, N.S. Serving with 36 O.T.U.
    See: http://sites.rootsweb.com/~nbpennfi/...Casualties.htm

    Staff Sergeant John R CARTER (18037471)
    1st Lieutenant Lee Donald KERR
    2nd LieutenantHarley W SHOAT (662379)
    Kerr is listed as being with the U.S.A.A.F. 16th Photo Sqn, killed in Douglas F-3 39-745 which crashed in Quebec. The other two as well?
    See: https://www.aviationarchaeology.com/...y/Oct1942O.htm

    Corporal Doris Helen SCOTT (W/301287) - she died at St. Joseph's Hospital Hamilton, Ontario.

    Pilot Officer William Wilde MARTINDALE (126063) - Tiger Moth 1124, 34 S.F.T.S.
    See also: http://www.rwrwalker.ca/RCAF_1100_1149_detailed.html

    Just a few more to do...

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    Simon

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