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    There's a recent update on an ATC aircraft death to be processed Jagan, and there are other ATC deaths, but none are classed as on service by the CWGC

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    4 names not complete

    Cadet Sergeant W A HUGHES
    Cadet Sergeant William A HUGHES () Wellington HF855
    Probably William Albert Hughes after his father

    Cadet D G W SIMS
    Cadet Donald George William SIMS () Oxford I N6321 Forum PostATC 1942-08-17

    Cadet E J SIMS
    Cadet Edwin Jack SIMS () Oxford I N6321 Forum PostATC 1942-08-17

    Cadet Stanley GBROOMHEAD
    Cadet Stanley Graham BROOMHEAD () Oxford I DF344 More DetailsATC 1943-03-03

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    Cadet Flight Sergeant John R. HUTTON (1266) Beaufort AW234 More Details 1943 1943-08-27

    I cannot find a John R Hutton in Workington for that age - Scotlands People has just John Hutton aged 19 and there was a John Hutton Jr born 1924 in 1939 Register for Workington

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    amp went for men linal flight before returning home, the plane crashed and they were killed.
    They were Flight-Sergeant John Hutton, aged 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hutton. Chambers - street, and Cadet John Burns, aged 16 onlv son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert ...

    Published: Thursday 02 September 1943
    Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post

    Chambers' Street, Workington, Cumbria, CA14. Use Rightmove online

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    Paul

    Hutton and Burns along with Gilliland S and Jesty RG registered at Annan, Crash at the mouth of River Annan.

    More about Gilliland and Jesty here http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...e-Jesty-WO-RAF. They are not in the database it seems.

    Found Hutton at 5 Chambers Street, Workington in the 1939 List.

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    "Found Hutton at 5 Chambers Street, Workington in the 1939 List."

    Can you tell me the Oher household names I need to find this or is he the one down as John Jr ? with Father John Snr

    Is he plain John Hutton on 1939 Register ?

    thanks Paul

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    Paul

    John's occupation is the same here as it is in the death register at Annan so you may be sure this is the same man.
    5 Compass Street Workington
    First name(s) Last name(s) Birth date Sex Occupation Marital status Schedule Schedule sub number
    John Hutton 22 Oct 1897 Male Acetylene Burner Iron & Steel Worker Married 336 1
    Jenny E Hutton 15 Jun 1904 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties Married 336 2
    John Hutton 20 Apr 1924 Male Steam Hammer Driver Iron & Steel Worker Single 336 3
    Stanley Hutton 13 Feb 1926 Male At School Single 336 4
    The record for this person is officially closed.

    Richard Henderson 02 Jul 1865 Male Carter Retired Married 336 6

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    Same Guy as I thought thanks - Looks like just Plain john Hutton need to check his parents and birth Reg

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    Yes just John Hutton



    Marriages Dec 1923 (>99%)
    Henderson Jenny E Hutton Cockermouth 10b 1156 Scan available - click to view
    Hutton John Henderson Cockermouth 10b 1156 Scan available - click to view

    Births Jun 1924 (>99%)
    Hutton John Henderson Cockermouth 10b 1159 Scan available - click to view

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