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    AC1 George F. BUTCHER - 540220; DOAS Jun 26th magazine
    AC1 George CARLIN - 968285 - DOAS Jun 19th magazine, cannot be found on Scotlandspeople so a Northern Ireland death expected.
    LAC William CUMMING - 979025, I cannot find this man in Flight magazine.
    F/O John MUTCH - MC - 73312. Listed as F.O J Mutch DOAS

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    Hello

    AC1 George F. BUTCHER - 540220 - the Liverpool Evening Express of May 6th 1941 reported the following:

    KILLED ON THE RAILWAY LINE
    Chester City Coroner (Mr. David Hughes) held an inquest today on George Frederick Butcher, aircraftman, aged 22, of Edgbaston Terrace, Birmingham, who died at a Chester hospital on Monday as a result of injuries sustained on the railway at Shotton a few hours previously.
    Butcher had been on a visit to Shotton, and was apparently taking short cut across the railway line when he was struck by an engine.


    F/O John MUTCH - MC - 73312 - the Scotsman of May 6th 1941 reported the following:

    LATE SQDN.-LEADER JOHN MUTCH
    Information has been received in Aberdeen that Squadron-Leader John Mutch, who was attached to the educational staff of the Royal Air Force, has died in hospital. Squadron-Leader Mutch, who was 48 years of age, was the second son of the late Mr. William Mutch, printer, Aberdeen, and of Mrs. Mutch, 81 Dutchie Terrace. He graduated in Arts at Aberdeen University in 1919, after serving with the Gordon Highlanders and Royal Egineers in the last war, in which he was awarded the Military Cross.


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    Simon

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