Here are the Polish casualties with details from the Polish Heritage Society:
Szeregowiec Stanislaw DYSZKANT (P/706211) - he died at Ely Hospital, no further details.
Plutonowy Zygmunt WITCZAK (P/703230) - died of natural causes at Blackpool.
Porucznik Edward PRYKIEL (P/1616) - lost in Dakota KN298.
See also: http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...php?uniq=KN298
Kapitan Stanislaw SADOWSKI (P/0121) - killed in Oxford NM420, crashed at Newton after suffering engine failure.
Szeregowiec Mieczyslaw CHURCHAL (P/706446) - no details.
Kapral Jan BIESCHKE (P/707554) - killed by the blast from a German grenade. Surname Bojenski, also known as Bieschke.
Kapral Wladyslaw SYMONOWICZ (P/782959) - killed in a road accident while riding a bicycle near Padstow.
Plutonowy Jozef GRUSZKA [Service No 783779] - no details on the PHS, but the National Probate Calendar records that he died at the Polish Hospital, Gallowhill, Morpeth.
Szeregowiec Zdzislaw KUZNICKI (P/708992) - based at Gatwick Hall, drowned while swimming.
Kapral Karol STROMINSKI (P/703666) - no details, but records his service number as 703556.
Kapitan Jan WINIAREK (P/0650) - killed in Oxford MM862, crashed at Kinoulton, Notts, after engine failure. The student S. Wojtecki survived.
Winiarek had previously survived being shot down in Wellington LN393 of 300 Sqn, being made a P.o.W., and after returning from captivity he became an instuctor at 16 (P) A.F.S.
Kapral Jan OWSINSKI (P/783004) - died at a military hospital (presumably the Polish Hospital at Gallowhill, Morpeth?).
Chorazy Hilary POZDZAL (P/703531) - died of natural causes. Death registered Welton, Lincs.
Kapral Maksymilian PIORUN (P/793059) - died at the Paderewski Hospital, Edinburgh.
Starszy Sierzant Edward Ryszard DUSZA (P/784882) - no details.
Starszy Sierzant Stefan WANICKI (P/784386) - died at Derby Hospital.
Sierzant Bronislaw KALINOWSKI (P/782545) - died of natural causes. His death was reported in the Nottingham Journal of December 29th 1945:
Newton Airman's sudden death
Just as he showed friends at Newton aerodrome a pair of gloves he had bought himself for Christmas, Sgt. Bruno Kalinoswki (43), a Pole serving with the R.A.F., dropped dead. Kalinowski, who had been stationed at Newton for four years, had told one of his many friends in Nottingham only an hour before his death, "I am so happy. I have just sent Christmas cards to all my friends."