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    Thanks Rich, will add this to my files.
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    Hi, no worries. Rich

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    Rich et all,
    Refer to your msg # 10: QUINN (Francis J.W. - 552063) killed later in the war. I've him for 153 Sqn flying Beaufighters from Reghania, Algeria, and killed 20-4-1944 (Malta Air Forces Memorial Panel 14 Column 1). However, can't find a matching serial number in my Beaufighter file.
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    Hi Henk,

    F1180
    T6444

    Sgt H O Thomas 657965 and Cpl Dorning-Nadin 2880886 killed.

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    Hello

    LAC George W. BLACKBURN - 1459654 - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website records that he died at the Sick Quarters, R.A.F. Station Tiree, due to injuries suffered from a fall from a service lorry whilst in motion.

    Cpl Kingsley SILVESTER - 1357589 - a family tree on ancestry.co.uk states that he died of TB.

    Cpl Samuel G. RATCLIFFE - 635394 - the Statutory Deaths Register on the Scotland's People website records that he died near Meikle Ferry Station, Tain, at 5.00 pm., "due to war operations - multiple injuries: fractured skull, fractured leg, shock."

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