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    Hi all,

    ACW2 Lord was serving at 83 OTU, Peplow and died after being knocked off her bicycle, by a lorry, on the Eaton-on-Tern to Ollerton Road.

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    Tom

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    Cpl Arthur Lowe was with 107 MU according to the GRO lists

    Flt Sgt Alan Lowe was with 221 Sqn.

    Malcolm

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    Ah, that clears that up, adjacent lines read wrong by me.
    Thanks for the clarification Malcom. I'll put and edit note on my last post if not timed out.
    Dennis Burke
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    Hello

    Sgt.(Pilot) Ivan William GEORGE - RAFVR - 1559997 - the Graves Registration report form confirms his unit as 7 (P) A.F.U., and the National Probate Calendar also confirms that he died at Sibson. So likely to be Master DM356 as Malcolm proposed in post #4.

    AC1. Raymond John WICKS - RAFVR - 1873392 - the Dover Express of October 15th 1943 carried the following announcement:

    DEATHS
    WICKS - on October 1st, at the Hurstwood Park Emergency Hospital, Haywards Heath, Raymond John Wicks, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wicks, of 62, Buckland Avenue, Dover, passed peacefully away, aged 22 years. R.I.P.


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    Default Re: 431001 - Unaccounted Airmen & Women - 1-10-1943

    Albert Ernest Hughes died of tb, see facebook plugin comment for details

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