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    Default 400417 - Unaccounted Airmen - 17-04-1940

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    400417 - Unaccounted Airmen - 17-04-1940

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    SINGAPORE
    LERIGO, Alfred Charles - AC1c - 614754 - RAF - 34 Sqn.
    Kranj War Cemetery, Singapore.

    UK
    DAVIDSON, Neil Ramsey - Sgt(Pilot) - 758213 - RAFVR - 14 FTS.
    Camel on Cemetery, Stirlingshire.
    [ Oxford II - N4735 - 14 FTS ].

    BURNSIDE, David - AC1c(Wop) - 551796 - RAF - 144 Sqn.
    Harpswell ( St. Chad ) Churchyard, Lincolnshire.
    CARTER, Robert Frederick - Sgt(Pilot) - 563527 - RAF - 144 Sqn.
    Wingate ( Deaf Hill ) Cemetery, Durham.
    CUTHBERT, William - Sgt - 516395 - RAF - 144 Sqn.
    Dunfermline Cemetery, Fyfeshire.
    WINDSOR, James - Sgt - 580294 - RAF - 144 Sqn.
    Harpswell ( St. Chad ) Churchyard, Lincolnshire.
    The above four airmen were crew of Hampden I - L4163 - 144 Sqn.

    EDMUNDS, David William - Sgt - 513935 - RAF - 107 Sqn.
    HARWOOD, Frederick - AC1c - 625809 - RAF - 107 Sqn.
    POLTOCK, Trevor Victor - F/O - 39115 - RAF - 144 Sqn
    The above three airmen were crew of Blenheim IV - N6185 - 107 Sqn.

    GOLDER, Anthony James Patrick - Lac - 522805 - RAF - 107 Sqn.
    GRIFFIN, Norman John - Sgt - 563663 - RAF - 107 Sqn.
    WARNE, Peter Ellis - F/Lt - 37898 - RAF - 107 Sqn.
    The above three airmen were crew of Blenheim IV - L9041 - 107 Sqn

    The six airmen named above all are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, Surrey.

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    Default Re: 400417 - Unaccounted Airmen - 17-04-1940

    Hello

    SINGAPORE
    LERIGO, Alfred Charles - AC1c - 614754 - RAF - 34 Sqn - the 34 sqn ORB Form 540 records that he was 'killed as the result of an accident.' No further details.

    Regards

    Simon
    Researching R.A.F. personnel from the North East of England

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