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    Olivia, thank you for sharing that information. Even though Henk is not here, his project has many followers here and we all appreciate whatever little detail that one can add to these names. So thank you for adding more to Sgt F J Smith's profile.

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    P/O Geoffrey N.C. MIEVILLE - 101072 - Panel 33, and
    Sgt Herbert B.K. MOSS - 1172592 - Panel 49.

    Both killed when Master N7570 dived into the sea off Grangetown.

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

    John James O'Donnell R 72655 , was killed in Harvard 2852

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

    Francis Joseph Smith 580592 , died on the 23rd July, not the 22nd as per CWGC, in RAF Hospital, Donington, of pulmonary tuberculosis
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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    Hi Jon

    "Francis Joseph Smith 580592 , died on the 23rd July, not the 22nd as per CWGC, in RAF Hospital , Donington, of pulmonary tuberculosis"

    According the IBCC website: -

    "In October 1940 Sgt Smith was admitted to RAF Hospital at Cosford suffering from spinal trouble. He never left hospital and after a gallant fight died on the 22nd July 1941."

    Malcolm

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

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm_raf View Post
    Hi Jon

    "Francis Joseph Smith 580592 , died on the 23rd July, not the 22nd as per CWGC, in RAF Hospital , Donington, of pulmonary tuberculosis"

    According the IBCC website: -

    "In October 1940 Sgt Smith was admitted to RAF Hospital at Cosford suffering from spinal trouble. He never left hospital and after a gallant fight died on the 22nd July 1941."

    Malcolm
    That’s what his record says Malcolm. I’ve just basically regurgitated it verbatim as usual .

    23rd July 1941 , RAF hospital Donington , Shifnal , sergeant Francis Joseph Smith aged 22 of 85 Mullock Street, St. John’s Newfoundland . Pulmonary tuberculosis . Certified Kenneth Robson MRGS RAF hospital Donington . Countersigned and signalled to records by Neill CJO G/Capt OC RAF hospital Donington 24/7
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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    Quote Originally Posted by jonheyworth View Post
    Thatís what his record says Malcolm. Iíve just basically regurgitated it verbatim as usual .

    23rd July 1941 , RAF hospital Donington , Shifnal , sergeant Francis Joseph Smith aged 22 of 85 Mullock Street, St. Johnís Newfoundland . Pulmonary tuberculosis . Certified Kenneth Robson MRGS RAF hospital Donington . Countersigned and signalled to records by Neill CJO G/Capt OC RAF hospital Donington 24/7
    Looking at the map, I think RAF Hospital Donnington, Shifnal and RAF Hospital Cosford are probably the same place, Donnington is the next village to Cosford, Donington being the original name allocated to Cosford.

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

    Very possibly Malcolm , I wonder if the designation of the hospital was changed at some point, OR , if the isolation area was classed differently as it's a big site ? I have no further information or knowledge of it sorry other than what I have

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