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    CORRECTION to John Raymond Maudsley, he was riding a motorcycle not driving a car in his fatal accident. He had only returned from serving in the USA nine days prior to his accident

    Could not locate this guy - can you check the name/number/url? or give me a date?

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    Sorry Jagan, poorly done of me John Raymond Mawdsley 2206501

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    Mawdsley's s/n is 2206051 not 2206501

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    Hi Jagan

    James Wright was serving with No 13 APC, so possibly he was killed in an accident on the ranges, which might be considered 'Air Operations' by a family but there doesn't appear to be a suitable aircraft loss that day.

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    UPGRADE to Douglas Hone 1035, A pilot, he died in Number 15 Canadian General Hospital, Bramshott of meningococcal meningitis

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonheyworth View Post
    CORRECTION to Richard Owen Lenham 514334, he is erroneously linked to Blenheim V5391

    Jon

    He was killed in an air raid on RAF Pembroke Dock and the town. He was killed along with his wife and baby at 4 Gwyther Street.

    Malcolm
    Thanks Malcolm . I originally corrected his entry 47 weeks ago on the Facebook comment on the bottom of the page but revisited him for another reason yesterday and noticed he was still linked to a Blenheim loss

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    Hi

    SMITH, REGINALD THOMAS (1154861) may have been killed in the same incident as Mair Myfannwy Richards 2079028

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    Looking Like it - See second post died Accidently at Mullion - So without the death cert - I am sure it was same incident

    Published: Friday 30 April 1943
    Newspaper: Bedfordshire Times and Independent
    County: Bedfordshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 401 | Page: 8 | Tags: none


    On 25 April 1943, accidentally killed, L/A/C Reginald Thomas Smith 10 King Edward Road, Bedford, aged 31 years.


    Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Friday 14 May 1943

    Mrs. R. T. Smith, of 10 King Edward Road. Bedford, wishes to thank all friends and neighbours for the kindness and sympathy shown to her and her two little girls, in the sudden and ag . , , eath her husband, L/A/C Reginald Smith, R.A.F.V.R., who was accidentally killed Mullion. South Cornwall, on Easter Sunday.

    N MEMORIAM
    SMITH.— In loving memory of dear husband and daddy, L/A/C Reginald Smith. R A.F.V.R.. who was accidentally killed in Cornwall
    on Easter Sunday, 25 April 1943. • • Do not ask us miss him. No one knows the bitter pain We have been so lonely
    since he left us, Home will never be the same.•• —From Doris and his little girl Doreen and Margaret. 10 King F ward Road. Bedford.

    Published: Friday 28 April 1944
    Newspaper: Bedfordshire Times and Independent
    County: Bedfordshire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 598 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

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    https://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk...cfm?refno=5655

    The beach at Poldhu Cove was mined and protected by the usual scaffolding across the beach. Nothing remains at this site today, but local residents can remember that at least one soldier was killed accidentally by a mine during the war.
    (Source: Field Visit 1998/12/02)

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    Hi

    James Wilson may well have been killed in the same incident as Alan Richardson?

    Malcolm

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