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    Thanks Dave for confirmation PUDER.

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    DENSHAM, EDWARD
    Rank: Aircraftman 2nd Class
    Service No: 1831265
    Date of Death: 22/04/1943
    Stationed at RAF Ossington , died at Newark General Hospital from peritonitis due to a ruptured appendix.

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    Hello,

    Just to clear up the fate of :

    115639 F/Lt Donald Nevill GALLAI-HATCHARD RAFVR.

    Thursday, 22 April 1943.

    US Casualties.

    97th BS/47th BG
    Douglas A-20B 41-3239

    Hit by flak at Massicault 1445-1525.

    1/Lt Victor E. GAULTIERE and two Wounded in Action.
    115639 F/Lt (Photographer) Donald Nevill GALLAI-HATCHARD RAFVR - Killed in Action.

    See:
    A History of the Mediterranean Air War 1940 - 1945 Vol.3. Tunisia and the End in Africa - Nov. 1942 - May 1943.
    Shores,Christopher et al.
    London:Grub Street,2016.
    p.527

    Col.

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    Hello

    F/O (Fl.Instr.) John H. BARNES - 120407 - Puder's R.C.A.F records do not contain any information about any other casualties of Oxford BG208, but Barnes' Grave Registration Report Form confirms his unit as 14 (P) A.F.U.

    AC1 Frank KELLER - 1509894 - the Nottingham Evening Post of April 26th 1943 carried the following announcement:

    KELLER - 22nd inst., Frank, R.A.F., passed away Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Brimingham. Peace after great suffering.

    Regards

    Simon

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    Default The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    UPGRADE to Max Ronald Maksymetz R 250959, reoorting for training on 3rd April, he was confined to the station hospital at Number 2 ITS on 4th April suffering from scarlet fever and died of heart development caused by high scarlet fever after less that one day's non hospitalised RCAF service

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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    Robert Sydney Hills 1181269 , crashed in Spitfire Vc JK 808 at Maiduguri airfield at 07:45 hours, dying of his injuries ten minutes later

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