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Thread: First burial place of crew L7321

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    Alain Guest

    Default First burial place of crew L7321

    On October 13 1941 Manchester L7321 from No 207 Sqdn was lost near Hozémont in Belgium . Those who died are buried at the Heverlee war Cemetery in Belgium.
    P/O Unsworth Joseph piloot DFM 45306 (KIA) - P/O Simpson William.E. RCAF (KIA) obs J/5321 - F/S Moulding Ernest. (KIA) wop 621167 - Sgt Dickson Alexander.F. RCAF (KIA) gunner R/58430 - P/O Mason Frank. (KIA) gunner 946342
    What I’m looking for is the place where this crew was buried first.
    Last edited by Jagan; 18th February 2019 at 21:57.

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    Default First burial crew L7312

    Brustem/St.Trond.
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    Default L7312 - L7321

    You tricked me Alain with the serial number. L7312 crew buried Essen/Horendonk, crash near Hozémont was L7321 and the names you mentioned initially were buried at Brustem/St.Trond.
    Henk.

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    Hello Henk ,

    Thanks for the help , do you have any idea about the gravenumbers ?

    Alain

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    Sorry Alain, no idea about the grave numbers.

    Henk.

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    Thanks Henk

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