both men are on Runnymede memorial, this indicates that they are their aircraft were lost, at sea perhaps, returning from a mission or on training. hence the fact that their remains were never found means that there is no place of death, no death registration.
Both are also 264 Squadron per CWGC entries.
Gives one loss on this date, and for 264 Squadron
DD661 NFII 264 Missing from night intruder mission to Rennes 11.3.43
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Foreign Aircrew and Aircraft Ireland 1939-1945