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    Default Unaccounted airwoman and airmen 21-1-1942

    What were the places of death registration for:

    A - Not found in Flight archives:
    Cadet Ronald A. DIXON - 1301129;
    AC1 Stanley H. NETTLETON - 629454 - age 22 (registered Hastings ??), and
    AC2 James M.DONALD - 1563285 - age 18 (Flight has a "LAC" J. McDONALD - DOAS).

    B - Died on active service:
    AC2 Hartley R. KENNY - 1622109 (registered Cleveland ??), and
    ACW1 Joan E. WHITLOCK - 447215 (registered Huntingdon ??).

    C - Proposed aircraft loss for this day:
    Havoc I - BD116 - 1452 Flt - flew into ground Mereworth Wood, 3 miles NW of West Malling, Kent (already as a casualty on this a/c: W/O [Pilot] J. HOPEWELL - DFM - 516702, death registered Maidstone, Kent).

    Regards and thanks for your help.
    Henk.

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    Ronald A Dixon Not in Q1 register
    Stanely H Nettleton confirmed age 22 in Hastings District, Sussex

    J McDonald is on CWGC database now, typo on your source?
    There no 18 year old on the Q1 register

    Hartley R Kenny Age 27, Cleveland District, Yorkshire North Riding
    Joan E Whitlock Age 20 Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire or might be Huntingdon North District in same county.
    Dennis Burke
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    Thanks Dennis for quick and excellent response.
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    Default Unaccounted airman - 21-1-1942 (Canada)

    What was the unit and possible cause of death of:
    Cpl Harold PASSAGE - 811035, buried Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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    Henk,

    Can't help with unit, Passage is "dead from natural causes" in RCAF casualty list no. 170 issued 25 January 1941.

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    Thanks Ken. Most important for me is "died of natural causes" what means no longer research for an aircraft serial.
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    Henk.

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    Henk,

    From RAF Overseas list Passage unit Monvcton NB !

    Mark

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    There was an RAF Manning Depot at Moncton, that was usually the first and last stop for RAF members in Canada.

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    The Depot to hich you refer was No 31 Personnel Depot at Moncton

    Malcolm

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    Thanks friends for additional info on PASSAGE.
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    Henk.

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