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

    Quote Originally Posted by paulmcmillan View Post
    Jon how did you find out about the 2 new CWGC entries

    Thanks Paul
    Iíve found quite a number of people missed off CWGC myself and had them accepted . I submit mine through In from the cold project which is where these two lads are via

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    Edward Orlowski P 782377, was admitted seriously ill to RAF Hospital Cosford on 13 November 1940 where he died of a gangrenous appendix

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    Robert Spicer 1529929 , attached to Number 22 PDC , was admitted unconcious to Number 1NZ General hospital suffering from a .38 revolver wound to the head on 6 June.. he was operated upon and the bullet removed. He developed paralysis on the right side of his face arm and leg and developed urinary and faecal incontinence and died of cereberal oedema

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    Mezhar Khalid 8483 , attached to Number 6 Company , was admitted to Number 6 Indian general hospital 2 hours after being involved in an MT accident at 19:20 Hours. At 21:00 hours his condition deterioted rapidly to the extent that an operation was not possible.as his pulse was 70/40 and blood pressure 120. He was x rayed and found to be suffering from 4 seperate pelvic fractures and suffering severe internal abdominal bleeding. Anti shock measures were taken but he died at 16:00 hours

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    Jassim Muhammad 8820 , attached to Number 6 Company died of an acute gangrenous appendix and peritonitis dying at 12:30 hours when his lungs congested. It was found he had complained of pains and problems for some time but had not presented himself for treatment

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    Mejbail Hussain 7711, attached to Number 47 Company, was shot in the abdomen by a sentry and was admitted to the Levy hospital at 16;45 hours. Where he died at 20:30 hours

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    Norman Smith 523074 , at home on sick leave, died at Rose Glen, Churchill, Blagdon, of pulmonary tuberculosis
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    Ronald William Tickell Alford 860263 , attached to Number 11 Balloon centre, died in Southmead hospital of a combination of cardiac failure pericarditis and a gastric ulcer
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    George Olaf Clement 529445 , an RAF Policeman attached to RAF Ludlow , was riding a motorcycle from Tenbury to Ludlow and on the Tenbury side of the Little Hereford level crossing, he collided with a lorry driven by Charles Albert Weaver of Burley Lane, Craven Arms, when the handlebar caught the edge of the lorry front wing which deflected the motorcycle into the lorry rear wheel which flung the motorcycle for 25 feet before it struck the ground and overturned . Clement was admitted dangerously ill to Tenbury Cottage hospital where he died the same day

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    James Pollock 1890535 , an ACH/PNB attached to Number 7 ACRC in Fighter Command, died in Stoke Mandeville hospital of meningitis. Born in Buenos Aires, his British nationality was confirmed by the RAF records office, Gloucester. Born on 15 March 1913, he enlisted on 5 February 1943 with next of kin as his wife, Mrs E Pollock of La Plata, Argentina and his cousin D PollockSmith in Glasgow. His wife was then living in Finsbury Circus. After his death he was cremated in a private ceremony at Oxford crematorium at 15:30 Hours on 12 September, and most unusually instead of being commemorated at the crematorium or on the Maidenhead Register, his ashes were returned to Argentina and his war grave is commemorated there

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