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    Hi Henk,

    it is quite common problem with the date of death for airmen who died from injuries. I have also seen few other cases when airmen deceased few days after accident was listed as killed on the same day when accident occurs...

    Pavel
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    Thanks Pavel. Will mention 'died of injuries 7-11 (CWGC: 6-11)'.
    Henk.

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    Hi Henk

    Holland and Stock were both onboard Magister I - L8156.

    Holland died in the crash and Stock later from his injuries.

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    Hello

    F/Sgt (Pilot) Roderick F. SIM - 748347 - death registered Newton, Lancs. His headstone states he was "killed on active service at Burtonwood."

    https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/f...PIpi=120659234

    A possible for Havoc I DG555?

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    Simon

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