RAF losses May 1940. An update.

Discussion in 'The War In The Air' started by Peter Clare, Aug 31, 2009.

  1. Pieter F

    Pieter F Very Senior Member

    Last week I held a lecture for the local historical society. One of the visitors played a role in the recovery of the remains of Blenheim L8831 a couple of years ago.
     
  2. Wez

    Wez New Member

    This is who I am searching (626227) but I am trying to find out Where he was laid to rest? Thanks in advance
     
  3. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    Hello Wez
    do you mean
    FRYER, ARTHUR Rank: Sergeant Trade: Air Gnr. Service No: 626227 Date of Death: 28/05/1940 Age: 20 Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force 77 Sqdn. Grave Reference Coll. grave. Cemetery CAMPIGNEULLES-LES-GRANDES CHURCHYARD Additional Information:
    Son of Francis James Fryer and Margaret Fryer, of Conway, Caernarvonshire. His brother David George also died on service.

    Location Information
    Campigneulles-les-Grandes is a village and commune almost 22 miles (35 kilometres) south of Boulogne-Sur-Mer, and about 3 miles (5 kilometres) south-west of Montreuil-sur-Mer, a town on the main road (N.1) from Boulogne to Abbeville and Paris. In the churchyard, about 15 yards north of the north-eastern corner of the church is the collective grave of five airmen from the United Kingdom.

    regards
    Clive
     

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