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    Default LAC Clement Stuart Llewellyn - 1029113 - Died 5/7/42 - Montreal (Mt Royal ) Cem

    Hello to you all,

    If it is at all possible, can someone enlighten me about the death of the above airman?

    Was he undergoing flying training or was he lost in an accident or just natural causes, I'm intrigued to find out.

    Regards.

    Steve.

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    Default L.A.C. C. S. Llewellyn

    G'day Taff

    I'm just on my way back to the Base, so I'll answer your query tonight with full details of the accident. I can tell you that it was a Lockheed Hudson s/n FH395 and it was lost during a training flight. Llewellyn was the Radio Operator.

    Talk to you tonight.

    Cheers...Chris

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    Default L.A.C. C. S. Llewellyn

    G'day Steve

    Here's the supplemental gen on your man and his unfortunate accident.

    The Hudson Mk. III belonged to R.A.F. Ferry Command at Dorval, Quebec. Details are very scarce on the accident record card. Basically it was being flown on a training flight when at 17:15 hours, it crashed into Lac St. Louis near Pointe Claire in the province of Quebec.

    Pilot - 40081 Squadron Leader George Patterson Christie D.F.C.
    2nd Pilot - C52 Wing Commander Brian Gethryn Carr-Harris *Assigned to R.A.F.F.C. H.Q.
    Radio Operator - 1029113 L.A.C. Clement Stuart Llewellyn

    Cheers...Chris

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    Default L.A.C. C. S. Llewellyn

    Hi Chris,

    Thanks very much for that, very interesting and informative. So was Dorval a Ferry Command base for all types of aircraft or just Bomber class aeroplanes?

    Regards.

    Steve.

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