GHQ Liaison Regiment RAC (Phantom) Roll Of Honour

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  1. Recce_Mitch

    Recce_Mitch Very Senior Member

    IN MEMORY OF


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    Private JAMES DONALD ANDERSON
    A Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment (Phantom)
    7263189, 2/1 Field Amb., Royal Army Medical Corps
    Who died age 21on 26 April 1941 KIA Evacuation of Greece (op.Demon)
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, of South Hetton, Co. Durham.
    PHALERON WAR CEMETERY 4. D. 1.

    B

    Signalman PETER BANNERMAN
    F Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment, RAC.
    2369000, Royal Corps of Signals
    attd. 2nd, Special Air Service Regiment, AAC
    Who died age 23on 20 October 1944 KIA in combat near Fontenoy-la-Joƫte, France when returning through enemy lines.
    (op.Loyton)
    Son of George Beattie Bannerman and Isabella Bannerman, of Inverbervie, Kincardineshire.
    MOUSSEY CHURCHYARD Grave 4.

    Rifleman CHARLES JOHN REIDEL BATEMAN
    F Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment, RAC (attached 2 SAS)
    6853044, King's Royal Rifle Corps
    Who died age 31 on 11 August 1944 Died accident England
    Husband of Annie Kate Bateman, of Dagenham Essex
    BARKING (RIPPLESIDE) CEMETERY Sec. H. Grave 1686.

    Private FRANCIS BOWEN BEARDSALL
    A Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment (Phantom)
    4856170, 2nd Bn., Leicestershire Regiment
    Who died age 28 on 29 May 1941 DOW as POW received 26.4.1941 (op.Demon - evacuation of Greece)
    Son of Francis and Lilian Beardsall, of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.
    ATHENS MEMORIAL Face 5.

    Rifleman ERNEST JAMES BULLOCK
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    6897600, 8th (2nd Bn. Queen Victoria's Rifles) Bn., 8th Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps
    Who died age 22on 27 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    DUNKIRK MEMORIAL Column 118.

    Flight Sergeant ALBERT BURROWS
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    349996, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 39on 28 May 1940
    Son of Frank and Sarah Jane Burrows.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 10.

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    Captain CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL CADOGAN (Kit)
    Former 11 Military Mission (Phantom) and HQ GHQ Liaison Unit (Phantom)
    117413, Royal Berkshire Regiment
    Who died age 24on 23 June 1941 On return from Special Mission to Turkey,Turkish ship sunk by U-Boat near Cyprus
    Son of Comdr. Francis Charles Cadogan and Ruth Evelyn Cadogan, of Quenington, Gloucestershire. Husband of Stella (nee Zilliacus) Cadogan (married 11.7.1940)
    Educated Eton and Cambridge University
    Barrister in civilian life
    Liberal Candidate for Bury St Edmunds 1939
    Served as Lieutenant in Phantom (left July 1940)
    Joined SOE July 1941
    Farewell letter reads :-
    "Do not grieve too much about my dying. I have done a little already in this life but
    there is a huge amount still to be done. Remember that the world will get better if people
    behave in a decent Christian way to each other"
    BROOKWOOD MEMORIAL Panel 12. Column 3.

    Trooper WILLIAM ANTHONY CHAPPELL
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    2043653, 12th Royal Lancers, Royal Armoured Corps
    Who died age 20 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of William and Mabel Hilda Lucy Chappell, of Woodford Bridge, Essex.
    DUNKIRK MEMORIAL Column 3.

    Lance Corporal WILLIAM LEY CRAGGS
    J Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment (Phantom)
    6919598, 2nd Bn., Rifle Brigade
    attd. G.H.Q. Liaison Regt., Royal Armoured Corps
    Who died age 30 on 19 August 1942 KIA Dieppe (attached 3 Commando)
    Son of Charles Ernest and Eleanor Craggs; husband of Rosalie Grace Craggs, of Mitcham, Surrey, England.
    DIEPPE CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY, HAUTOT-SUR-MER F. 74.

    Pilot Officer EDGAR HILLMAN CROSS
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    79088, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 43 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir" (Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend,Belgium
    Son of Henry John and Rosaline Cross; husband of Anne Gwendoline Cross, of Shrewsbury, Shropshire.
    Served in the Royal Flying Corps, 1914-18.
    Chartered Accountant.
    SAGE WAR CEMETERY 5. C. 11.

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    Serjeant GERALD DONOVAN DAVIS (Gerry)
    F Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment, RAC (attached A Sq 2 SAS)
    6898743, Royal Armoured Corps (formerly K.R.R.C.)
    Who died age 26 on 20 August 1944 POW 17/20.8.44 - Betrayed, captured, tortured and executed woods above Moussey (op. Loyton)
    Son of Mr. and Mrs G. H. Davis, of Maidenhead, Berkshire.
    MOUSSEY CHURCHYARD Grave 6.

    Aircraftman 1st Class ROBERT WILLIAM DICKSON
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    537403, Royal Air Force
    Who died on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir" (Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend,Belgium
    Son of Robert and Jessie Ann Dickson, of Glasgow.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 25.

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    Second Lieutenant PIERS RICHARD EDGCUMBE
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    87192, 12th Royal Lancers, Royal Armoured Corps
    Who died on 27 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    DUNKIRK MEMORIAL Column 3.

    F

    Wing Commander JAMES MACGREGOR FAIRWEATHER DFC
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom) (CO)
    07077, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 42 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Alexander Middleton Fairweather and of Maggie Fairweather (nee Kirsten); husband of Kathleen Isobel Fairweather (nee Sweeny), of Kenilworth, Cape Town, South Africa.
    Awarded D.F.C. as Flying Officer 1920 Baltic
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 3.

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    Leading Aircraftman ALBERT GLOVER
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    351248, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 37 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Arthur and Ethel Glover, of Gateshead, Co. Durham; husband of Doris Ellen Glover, of Bensham, Gateshead.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 23.

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    Lieutenant MICHAEL GUY HILLERNS
    J Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment (Phantom)
    172148, Devonshire Regiment
    Who died age 26 on 19 August 1942 KIA Dieppe (attached 3 Commando)
    Son of Friedrich Franz Carl and Irene Hillerns; husband of Ann Mary Eleanor Hillerns, of Watford, Hertfordshire. M.A. (Cantab).
    BROOKWOOD MEMORIAL Panel 9. Column 3.

    Major General GEORGE FREDERICK HOPKINSON O B E, M C
    Former CO 11 Military Mission and GHQ Liaison Unit (Phantom) (LtCol)
    Cdg. 1st Airborne Div., General Staff and, North Staffordshire Regiment
    Who died age 47 on 12 September 1943 KIA Massafara,near Taranto,Italy
    Son of George Lister Hopkinson and Ada Hopkinson, of Retford, Nottinghamshire.
    G.O.C. 1st Airborne Division at time of death
    Served WW1 as Captain
    Qualified pilot
    1940 CO No 11 Military Mission(Phantom)
    1940/41 CO GHQ Liaison Unit and Regiment (left autumn 1941)
    BARI WAR CEMETERY, Italy X. B. 33.

    Flying Officer (Cipher Officer) WILLIAM HARTWELL HUMPHREYS
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    73242, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 24 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of William Hartwell Humphreys and Dora Kathleen Humphreys, of Gravesend, Kent. B.A. (Cantab.).
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey. Panel 6.

    Rifleman JOHN SWAIN HUNTER
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    6898389, 2nd Bn. Queen Victoria's Rifles, King's Royal Rifle Corps
    Who died age 20 on 27 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    DUNKIRK MEMORIAL Column 118.

    Aircraftman 1st Class JOHN BALFOUR HUTCHISON
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    632128, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 20 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Ralph Balfour Hutchison and Margaret Cowie Hutchison, of Glasgow.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 25.

    J

    Signalman GEORGE GOURLAY JOHNSTON
    F Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment, RAC (attached A Sq 2 SAS)
    2583876, Royal Corps of Signals
    2583876 (PRO)
    Who died age 28 on 20 October 1944 DOW Fontenoy-la-Joute,France received when returning through enemy lines. 23.7.1944 (op.Loyton)
    Son of Adam Legge Johnston and Ena Summers Johnston, of Kirkcaldy, Fife.
    Memorial plaque Moussey Churchyard,France ("11.10.1944")
    GROESBEEK MEMORIAL, Netherlands, Panel 2.

    L

    Signalman WILFRED LEACH
    F Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment, RAC (attached G Sq 2 SAS)
    2580970, Royal Corps of Signals
    Who died on 23 July 1944 KIA France (op.Rupert - aircraft shot down)
    Son of Robert Henry and Mary Ann Leach, of West Hartlepool, Co. Durham.
    GRAFFIGNY-CHEMIN COMMUNAL CEMETERY Coll. grave 12-22.

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    Aircraftman 2nd Class ALASDAIR RHODES MACINTYRE
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    967706, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 27 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Sir Alexander MacIntyre, Kt., and Lady MacIntyre, of Inverness; husband of Nila Gertrude MacIntyre, of Camberley, Surrey.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 27.

    Corporal CHARLES VICTOR MURTON
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    352515, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 37 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Hugh and Sarah Murton; husband of Betsy Kathleen Murton, of Great Gonerby, Lincolnshire.
    Former Royal Horse Guards
    DUNKIRK TOWN CEMETERY Plot 2 Row 2 Grave 29.

    N

    Pilot Officer REGINALD WILLIAM NEWMAN
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    79092, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    SAGE WAR CEMETERY 4. B. 3.

    R

    Rifleman JOHN REGINALD ROBINSON
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    6897623, 2nd Bn. Queen Victoria's Rifles, King's Royal Rifle Corps
    Who died age 20 on 27 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of William George and Ethel Gertrude Blake Robinson.
    DUNKIRK MEMORIAL Column 118.

    Corporal RICHARD CHARLES (DICK) ROSE
    E Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment,RAC
    7932244, Royal Armoured Corps
    Who died age 30 on 20 October 1943 KIA Italy
    Son of Thomas Samuel and Louisa Mary Rose, of St. Albans, Hertfordshire; husband of Jeannie Summers Anderson Rose, of St. Albans.
    BARI WAR CEMETERY XIV. A. 28.

    Trooper GEOFFREY HUGH RUDKIN (Rudrin)
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    321469, 12th Royal Lancers, Royal Armoured Corps
    Who died age 20 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend??
    Son of Arthur Hugh and Olive Edith Rudkin, of Bexleyheath, Kent.
    GELUVELD COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Belgium North East portion.

    Leading Aircraftman JACK RONALD RUSSELL
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    550667, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 20 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Frederick and Emily Hingston Russell, of Margate.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 24.

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    Private GEORGE VICTOR STONE
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    T/134436, Royal Army Service Corps
    Who died age 21 between 27 May 1940 and 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of William John and Eva Stone, of Dudley, Worcestershire.
    DUNKIRK MEMORIAL, France Column 142.

    Flight Lieutenant HUMFREY EWAN SYMONS
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    72952, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 40 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Ernest and Nora Symons; husband of Joyce Dorothy Symons, of Que Que, Southern Rhodesia.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 5.

    T

    Signalman LACHLAN TAYLOR
    F Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment, RAC (attached G Sq 2 SAS)
    2385791, Royal Corps of Signals
    Who died age 21 on 23 July 1944 KIA France (op.Rupert -aircraft shot down)
    Son of John and Isabella Taylor, of Tarbert, Argyllshire.
    GRAFFIGNY-CHEMIN COMMUNAL CEMETERY Coll. grave 12-22.

    Major WILLIAM FRANK THOMPSON
    Former H and B Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment (Phantom) 124039, Royal Artillery
    Who died age 23 on 10 June 1944 POW - executed Bulgaria (SOE op.Mulligatawny)
    Son of Edward John and Theodosia Jessup Thompson, of Halifax, Yorkshire. Scholar of Winchester College and Scholar of New College, Oxford.
    Joined Royal Artillery 1940
    Phantom 1942 - September 1943 (Lt - Captain)
    Memoir "There is a Spirit in Europe: a Memoir of Frank Thompson"(T.J. and E.P. Thompson - 1947)
    POW - executed Bulgaria (SOE op. Mulligatawny)
    Served Phantom as Lieutenant and Captain (left Sep 1943)
    SOFIA WAR CEMETERY Sp. Mem.

    Aircraftman 2nd Class HENRY TOWNEND
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    702908, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 21 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Walter and Mary Townend, of Wakefield, Yorkshire; husband of Iris Townend, of Belle Vue, Wakefield.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 27.

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    Private ALBERT HENRY USHER
    A Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment,RAC
    6096341, The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey)
    Who died age 24 on 22 June 1944 KIA France
    Son of Albert Peter and Amy Usher, of Finsbury, London; husband of Elsie Rosina Usher, of Finsbury.
    RYES WAR CEMETERY, BAZENVILLE VI. G. 6.

    W

    Major TERENCE ANDREW ALFRED WATT
    G Squadron GHQ Liaison Regiment36914, Life Guards
    Who died on 17 July 1942 Killed in air crash Wales
    EXTON (SS. PETER AND PAUL) CHURCHYARD S.W. corner of Chyd.

    Lance Corporal LEONARD FRANK WEBBER
    No 11 Military Mission (Phantom)
    6898432, 2nd Bn. Queen Victoria's Rifles, King's Royal Rifle Corps
    Who died age 19 on 27 May 1940 Murdered by members of 1st Bn. LSSAH
    Son of Leonard Albert and Cecilia Francis Webber, of Chelsfield. Kent.
    ESQUELBECQ MILITARY CEMETERY 2. H. 27.

    Leading Aircraftman ARTHUR WHEELER
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    507360, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 31on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Husband of Iris Wheeler, of Forest Hill, London.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 24.

    Sergeant JOHN TOM WHITELAM
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    509797, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 29 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Charles W. and Constance Linda Whitelam; husband of Gladys May Whitelam, of West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL Panel 21.

    Leading Aircraftman ALBERT PERCY WHITEMAN
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    334948, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 42 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Whiteman, of Broad Oak, Rye, Sussex; husband of Edna May Whiteman, of Hastings, Sussex.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 24.

    Flying Officer (Cipher Officer) ALBERT HENRY WOOLCOCK(Bertie)
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    73491, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 25 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Henry and Florence Sarah Woolcock, of Burgess Hill, Sussex, B.A.(Cantab.).
    Cambridge University Soccer Blue
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 6.

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    Flight Lieutenant (Wireless Officer) GEORGE LOUIS PAUL ZECH
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    73495, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 39 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Paul and Jeanne Zech Dupont; husband of Catharine Banks Zech, of Bardowie, Stirlingshire. Native of Belgium.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 5.

    NOTE: "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend, this vessel left Ostend late 27th probably sunk about midnight. Army deaths shown as 27th.




    Remembered With Honour
     
  2. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot 1940 Obsessive

    The destroyers Codrington, Jaguar and Javelin, diverted from patrol, arrived off Dunkirk at 13.55 hrs. They had picked up 33 survivors that morning from the SS Abukir, which had been torpedoed by an E-boat while returning with about 200 evacuees from Ostend to the United Kingdom; these survivors were transferred to the destroyer Grenade which subsequently went on to Dunkirk.

    I suspect Cpl Murton was possibly one of the survivors but died of wounds after being landed.
     
  3. Recce_Mitch

    Recce_Mitch Very Senior Member

    Andy, Thanks for the information on SS Abukir. Codrington was the destroyer that rescued my father off the beaches between La Panne and Bray Dunes on 1 June 1940.

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

    Flight Sergeant ALBERT BURROWS
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    349996, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 39on 28 May 1940
    Son of Frank and Sarah Jane Burrows.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 10.
     

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    Wing Commander JAMES MACGREGOR FAIRWEATHER DFC
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom) (CO)
    07077, Royal Air Force
    Who died age 42 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Alexander Middleton Fairweather and of Maggie Fairweather (nee Kirsten); husband of Kathleen Isobel Fairweather (nee Sweeny), of Kenilworth, Cape Town, South Africa.
    Awarded D.F.C. as Flying Officer 1920 Baltic
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 3.
     

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

    Flying Officer (Cipher Officer) WILLIAM HARTWELL HUMPHREYS
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    73242, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 24 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of William Hartwell Humphreys and Dora Kathleen Humphreys, of Gravesend, Kent. B.A. (Cantab.).
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey. Panel 6.
     

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

    Flight Lieutenant HUMFREY EWAN SYMONS
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    72952, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 40 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Ernest and Nora Symons; husband of Joyce Dorothy Symons, of Que Que, Southern Rhodesia.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 5.
     

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

    Flying Officer (Cipher Officer) ALBERT HENRY WOOLCOCK(Bertie)
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    73491, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 25 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Henry and Florence Sarah Woolcock, of Burgess Hill, Sussex, B.A.(Cantab.).
    Cambridge University Soccer Blue
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 6.
     

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

    Flight Lieutenant (Wireless Officer) GEORGE LOUIS PAUL ZECH
    No 3 Air Mission (Phantom)
    73495, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Who died age 39 on 28 May 1940 Drowned on "SS Aboukir"(Belgium) sunk by E Boat 8 miles off Ostend
    Son of Paul and Jeanne Zech Dupont; husband of Catharine Banks Zech, of Bardowie, Stirlingshire. Native of Belgium.
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Surrey Panel 5.
     

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  10. Recce_Mitch

    Recce_Mitch Very Senior Member

    Clive, Thanks for posting the photos.

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

    Leading Aircraftman ALBERT GLOVER

    351248, Royal Air Force
    who died age 37
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Arthur and Ethel Glover, of Gateshead, Co. Durham; husband of Doris Ellen Glover, of Bensham, Gateshead.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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

    Leading Aircraftman ALBERT PERCY WHITEMAN

    334948, Royal Air Force
    who died age 42
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Whiteman, of Broad Oak, Rye, Sussex; husband of Edna May Whiteman, of Hastings, Sussex.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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

    Aircraftman 2nd Class ALASDAIR RHODES MACINTYRE

    967706, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    who died age 27
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Sir Alexander MacIntyre, Kt., and Lady MacIntyre, of Inverness; husband of Nila Gertrude MacIntyre, of Camberley, Surrey.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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    Leading Aircraftman ARTHUR WHEELER

    507360, Royal Air Force
    who died age 31
    on 28 May 1940
    Husband of Iris Wheeler, of Forest Hill, London.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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

    Aircraftman 2nd Class HENRY TOWNEND

    702908, Royal Air Force
    who died age 21
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Walter and Mary Townend, of Wakefield, Yorkshire; husband of Iris Townend, of Belle Vue, Wakefield.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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

    Aircraftman 1st Class JOHN BALFOUR HUTCHISON

    632128, Royal Air Force
    who died age 20
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Ralph Balfour Hutchison and Margaret Cowie Hutchison, of Glasgow.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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

    Leading Aircraftman JACK RONALD RUSSELL

    550667, Royal Air Force
    who died age 20
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Frederick and Emily Hingston Russell, of Margate.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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

    Sergeant JOHN TOM WHITELAM

    509797, Royal Air Force
    who died age 29
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Charles W. and Constance Linda Whitelam; husband of Gladys May Whitelam, of West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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

    Aircraftman 1st Class ROBERT WILLIAM DICKSON

    537403, Royal Air Force
    who died
    on 28 May 1940
    Son of Robert and Jessie Ann Dickson, of Glasgow.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
     

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  20. Recce_Mitch

    Recce_Mitch Very Senior Member

    Clive, Thank you for the rest from Runneymede.

    Cheers
    Paul
     

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