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Alex Smart
28th July 2015, 17:15

450714 - Unaccounted Airmen - 14-07-1945

From Henk's List -

DALLIMORE, Toni Charles George - LAC - 1727239 - RAFVR - Suez War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.

IRELAND, Republic of
LAWLESS, Joseph Patrick - AC2c - 2204786 - RAFVR - Lucan (St. Mary's ) Catholic Cemetery, County Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

CAMPBELL, John - W/O - 591321 - RAF - Kettle Cemetery, Fifeshire.
REID, James Hamilton - F/L - 53257 - RAF - Auchterarder Cemetery, Perthshire.
WARREN, Albert Thomas - F/S - 50883 - RAF - Hither Green Cemetery, London.

From CWGC & Geoff's sites -

MORRISON, David Goldwin - LAC - 1696625 - RAFVR - Oslo Western Civil Cemetery, Norway.


28th July 2015, 23:39
J P Lawless's death appears to be registered in South Dublin district, so a death at home. Cannot find in Flight magazine at the moment.

WO J Campbell listed as DOAS in January 1946 Flight magazine.
Probably registered in Scotand bit the baby is awake so, buy for now.
So there is a 24yrold of this name in the minor records. service returns register.

Theres a 25yr old elsewhere inm \Scotland.

Reid registered in Leighton Buzzard, aged 36

Warren aged 57 in Birmingham

29th July 2015, 09:33

DALLIMORE, Toni Charles George - LAC - RAF Shallufa.

CAMPBELL, John - W/O - registered in Bingham.

MORRISON, David Goldwin - LAC - 12 8 Wing


29th July 2015, 10:25
There are thus two options for the 24 year old John Campbell. One in Scottish records and one in England.

29th July 2015, 10:44
CAMPBELL, John - the Glouestershire Echo of 14th July 1945 reports that Warrant Officer John Campbell, aged 25, was killed along with one other in a road traffic accident a few miles from Nottingham on the Grantham to Nottingham road. Three other men were injured.

"They were found today by a poilceman on cycle patrol, beside a badly damaged car and Army lorry. Warrant Officer John Campbell (25), of the R.A.F., was dead, and Pte. A. Bellamy, of Navenby, Lincs., died a few hours later.
Three injured men detained in Nottingham General Hospital are Flying Officer Alan Sheffield, of High Street, Syston, Leicestershire; and Ptes Norman Drury and Fred Mincey, York and Lancaster Regiment, of Romford, Essex."

The other dead man is 4802326 Albert Edward Bellamy, aged 25, of the Lincolnshire Regiment.



5th July 2021, 22:30
Charles James Roy R 108188 , died in Deer Lodge hospital Winnipeg of cirrhosis of the liver

7th July 2021, 10:06
Josep Patrick Lawless 2204786 , still a serving Airman, died in the Harolds Cross Hospice, Dublin of pulmonary tuberculosis

20th January 2022, 12:12
Toni Charles George Dallimore 1727239 , attached to RAF Shallufa , died in Number 13 General hospital of typhoid fever

6th May 2023, 09:42
Albert Thomas Warren 50883 | Attached to 16 MU | was admitted dangerously ill to the Queen Elizabeth hospital at Edgebaston, Birmingham on 12 July where he died of a cerebral tumour