It's proving a little more difficult to find correct details for Margaret Taylor Gorman. It appears she was attached to 2 Group Bomber Command. 2 Group RAF, was reformed as No. 2 (Bombing) Group on 20 March 1936, with it headquarters based at Abingdon. By the outbreak of war, Group Headquarters were at RAF Wyton and composed of the following squadrons and Wings; Nos. 18 and 57 Squadrons (composing 70 Wing at Upper Heyford) ; Nos. 21 and 82 Squadrons (79 Wing, Watton) Nos. 90 and 101 Squadrons (81 Wing, West Raynham), Nos. 114 and 139 Squadrons (82 Wing, Wyton) and Nos. 107 and 110 Squadrons (83 Wing, Wattisham) Godmanchester is very close to RAF Wyton, so it's likely that she died either in Station Sick Quarters or perhaps killed in an accident at RAF Wyton. Godmanchester St Mary only has 6 CWGC graves, so I incorrectly assumed that her family may have been residents there, but the absence of any Birth Registration in Huntingdon and the closeness of Wyton make the possible explanation of a death at the base more likely. If I can't trace the correct DoB's to establish who was youngest, I think it safe to simply say that Violet Akehurst was the youngest ATS casualty and that Margaret Gorman was the youngest WAAF. There's no bragging rights in sad events like this, just that they appear (so far) to be the youngest servicewomen. If anyone has helpful information to add, then it will be most welcome.