Aircraftman, Aged 19, Took Place Of a Married Man
A young Plymouth radio engineer volunteered for service overseas with the R.A.F. in order that a
married man might be released, and was subsequently killed. This drama has been revealed ...
by Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Vosper, of Nutley, Crawford-road. Stoke, who have been informed of the
death of their youngest son, Mr. Ronald Graham Vosper, serving as radio engineer with the' R.A.F.
on an African station. Aircraftman Vosper, who was 19, was educated at Ford School and at Johnstonterrace School,
later joining his father's radio business in Russell-street. He was home on leave in March prior to volunteering.
He was well known in Plympton area as a footballer, .