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    Paul (and, especially Henk!) and other Forum-ites

    Very many thanks for that explanation. An interesting field of research; certainly no slight or sarcasm intended in my post - just wondered what the reason was...

    In my "Volunteering" activities at the Brooklands museum, I find much intersting information in the old copies of "Flight" and "The Aeroplane" magazines. Feel free to post requests/info......

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    Andy W

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    For what its worth, G W Griffiths and A J Baker appear in the same KOAS list.
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    Foreign Aircrew and Aircraft Ireland 1939-1945
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    Hello

    AC2 Charles R. CHAPPELL - 1466874 - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at the Base Hospital, Driffield.

    LAC Eric A. DAWES - 1154515 - the National Probate Calendar records that he died at the Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth.

    AC2 Harry RITZ - 1032656 - Hyman "Harry" Ritz - see his entry on the findagrave wesbite:

    https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/f...80516&ref=acom

    FreBMD has him as Hyman Rity, aged 26, registered Birmingham, Dec. 1941. His headstone states "Died on Active Service."

    LAC (pilot u/t) Gordon W. GRIFFITHS - 1315678 - the Graves Registration Report Form lists his unit as 3 S.F.T.S., which would link him to the Oxford N6267/R6072 accident.

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    Simon

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