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    Hi Henk,

    Ineson was a WOp/AG Instructor with No.3 OTU. Killed by omnibus while returning from leave outside the West Camp Guardroom.

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    Default Uanaccounted airmen 16/11/41

    Henk , Raf form 1180 has F/L S BAKER 41235 In Master W8528 60 OTU 16/11/41 , dark night , weather test , made spiral dive out of cloud and crashed , faulty instruments considered

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    Gents

    The Scots Death Register confirms Sidney Baker found dead 4 am 16/11/1941 0.25m west of the New High School, North Berwick, killed instantly in flying accident.

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    Hello

    P/O (Pilot) Oswald DAVIDSON - 108660 and
    P/O (Pilot) Horace I. HEWLITT - 108665 - their respective Graves Registration Report Forms confirm their unit as 4 F.T.S.

    AC1 Wilfred L. ATTER - 1236756 - the Lincolnshire Echo of December 1st 1941 reported the following:

    Airman's Funeral - the funeral of A/C Wilfred Leslie Atter, who was accidentally killed while on active service, took place at his native village of Swayfield (Grantham). A detachment of Airmen, A.T.C. and Home Guards attended.


    The Graves Registration Report Form gives his unit as 19 O.T.U.

    Sgt (Pilot) Alan DAVIS - 742310 - the Graves Registration Report Form gives his unit as 19 O.T.U. as well.

    Thye Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website has them both on the same page - Atter died at 8.30 p.m., with Davis at 10.45 p.m., both at Kinloss Aerodrome, and both due to 'multiple injuries.' Also:

    AC2 William DEAN - 1036648 - the Graves Registration Report Form gives his unit as 19 O.T.U. as well.

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    Simon

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    Davidson and Hewlett are actually 4 FIS (Magister P6415), 4 FTS was in Iraq

    Malcolm

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