BURNSIDE, Girvan - AC1c - 1567347 - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website records that he died at 3.45 p.m. at 17 Alexandra Street, Dunfermline due to Koch's Infection [pulmonary TB] of the lung.
DENNIS, Ernest Joseph Gregory - F/O(Pilot) - 163194 - the Liverpool Echo of September 25th 1947 reported the following:
LIVERPOOL AIRMAN KILLED
Flight-Lieut. Ernest Dennis, age 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Dennis, of the Half Way House, Gilead Street, Liverppol, was the pilot and sole occupant of a R.A.F. Meteor plane, flying from Horsham St. Faith aerodrome, Norfolk, which crashed at Costessey, near Northwich [sic - see post #4], and he was killed. he served in the Middle East, Burma and Java, and re-joined the R.A.F. five weeks ago. He leaves a widow, who live at Rhosneigr, North Wales.
The same newspaper the next day reported the inquest into his death, and that:
Evidence was given that the plane went a short distance with its wing low and losing height. Coming out of a slow roll, it then went into a dive. As the machine was going down, the nose was pulled up suddenly and it then went over and did three successive rolls before going straight into the ground. The dead man's officer commanding said he was a fully-qualified pilot, but inexeperienced in jet-propelled planes.
OXLEY, Henry Ernest - LAC - 1207944 - registered Ware, Hertfordshire.
SIGLEY, Albert Edward - LAC - 1241773 - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. The Staffordshire Sentinel of October 9th 1947 reported that hed died from the effects of war service, having been in the R.A.F. for four years, and having served two years in India before being invalided home.
THOMPSON, James Pennock - F/Lt - 50126 - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at the R.A.F. Hospital, Northallerton.