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Stowe School aircrew losses
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This online memorial is dedicated to the 86 known airmen who lost their lives during World War II, who were former pupils of Stowe School. This memorial is part of The Aircrew Remembrance Society, Buckinghamshire Aviation Memorial Collection, with details of their loss, service and burial location, researched and presented here in alphabetical order. It also represents a minute fraction of the society’s achieve collection preserved and collected over five decades. It is our hope that these thousands of records, photos, documents and artefacts could eventually be displayed at a permanent location for public viewing, Education and Historical reference, and Remembrance.
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Acland S. J. D.

Flight Lieutenant Simon John Dyke Acland Royal Air Force, was born on the 20th September 1916. He was the son of Capt Hubert Edward Peter Dyke Acland and Dorothy Marion Thorold. He was captured in Singapore and died in Tokyo, Japan, from pneumonia, while a prisoner of war on the 29th December 1942, aged 26. He is buried at the Yokohama War Cemetery, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. Plot Brit. Sec. P. A. 14.

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Allsebrook R. A. P.

Flight Lieutenant (Pilot) 62267 Ralf Athelsie Pole Allsebrook Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve D.S.O., D. F. C. was the son of George Clarence and Dorothy Allnutt Allsebrook, of Cark-in-Cartmel, Lancashire. Qualified for B.A. (Oxon.). Ralf Allsebrook is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. Section 24. Row G. Grave 14.

Ralf was killed in action on the 16th September 1943 while serving with No. 617 Squadron. He was the pilot of Lancaster Mark III EE130 AJ-A lost during an operation to Ladbergen. Take-off from Coningsby was at 0001hrs., tasked to bomb the Dortmund – Ems Kanal near Ladberge. The aircraft is believed to have been shot down by light flak crashing at Bergeshovede, 8 km West-North-west of Ibbenburen. All eight crew members were killed and all now lie together in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. F/L Allsebrook had gained his awards, gazetted 9th July and 14th April respectively while serving with No. 49 Squadron. Another member of his crew F/O Grant, had also been awarded the D.F.C., he too had flown with No. 49 Squadron, his D.F.C. being published on 18th may 1943.

The other members of Ralf’s crew were as follows, F/S P Moore, P/O N A Botting, F/S R B S Lulham, F/O J M Grant D.F.C., Sgt I G Jones, F/S W Walker and F/S S Hitchen.




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Atkin – Berry H. L.

Pilot Officer (Pilot) 41360 Harold Leslie Atkin – Berry, Royal Air Force, was the son of Herbert Courtenay and Edith Mary Atkin-Berry, of Storrington, Sussex. Harold is buried at Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille. Plot 19. Row A. Grave 4.

Harold was killed in action on Wednesday, 10
th July 1940 while serving with No. 107 Squadron, he was 20 years of age. Harold had taken-off with a number of other 107 Squadron aircraft from Wattisham to attack Amiens, he was flying a Bristol Blenheim IV L9468 UX-? The aircraft had been borrowd from No. 82 Squadron. The Squadron met with heavy opposition and five of its aircraft were lost, L9468 crashing at Aigneville (Somme), 18km South-West of Abbeville, France. Harold and his two other crew members, Sgt R. D. Cook and Sgt R Mercer were all killed.




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Barclay J. A,

Pilot Officer (Pilot) 111329 James Arthur Barclay, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, youngest son of Lt. Colonel J. F. Barclay and Constance Barclay, of Hanworth, Norfolk. James was involved in a tragic accident during an operation to Catania on the 8
th December 1941, while serving with No. 18 Squadron based at Luqa, Malta. He took-off from Luqa at the controls of Bristol Blenheim IV, Z7613 ‘B’ in the company of three other squadron aircraft ‘A’ ‘N’ and ‘Z’, detailed to bomb the aerodrome at Catania. At 1453, en route, flying North-West in starboard echelon formation at sea level, a ‘Tally Ho’ was given by either ‘B’ or ‘Z’ when an enemy aircraft was sighted. The aircraft broke formation and ‘B’ and ‘Z’ collided, crashing into the sea. The remaining crews searched fruitlessly, and then returned to base without completing the mission. The six men lost are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial. P/O J. A. Barclay, Sgt H. B. Lee, Sgt W. B. Allan, aircraft Blenheim IV Z7613 ‘B’ and Sgt W. J. Cumming, Sgt R Tollett, Sgt J. H. Pilley D.F.M., aircraft Blenheim IV Z9719 ‘Z’.




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Barclay R G A

Squadron Leader 74661 (Pilot) Richard George Arthur Barclay D.F.C. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Richard was the son of the Revd. Gilbert Arthur Barclay, M.A., and Dorothy Catherine Topsy Barclay, of Langley Rectory, Maidstone, Kent. He served during The Battle of Britain and was one of the Few. He was killed in action serving with 238 Squadron in North Africa on Friday the 17th July, 1942. He is buried at El Alamein War Cemetery, Plot XI. Row H. Grave 7. Age 22.




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Bates P A

Squadron Leader 111258 Peter Anthony Bates Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve D.F.C. Peter was the son of Percy and Ethel Gladys Bates, of Hove, Sussex. Peter was killed on the 7th February 1945; he is buried at Hanover War Cemetery, Germany, Plot 10. Row E. Grave No.1. His age was 23.




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Berger C S

Sergeant 1211177, Cyril Seymour Berger, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Cyril was the son of Samuel and Sophia Berger, of Hampstead, London. He was reported missing on Sunday the 28th February, 1943. Aged just 20 he is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial, Panel No. 142.




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Bolton D M

Pilot Officer 61493 David Malcolm Bolton, Royal Air Force. David was the son of David Colfox Bolton and Katherine Bolton, of Oakamoor, Staffordshire. He was reported missing on Monday the 23rd of June 1941. David is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial. Panel No. 31.




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Bowring R A H

Sergeant (Air Gunner)1333462 Robert Abner Hugh Bowring. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Robert was killed in action serving with No. 35 Squadron on Sunday the 4th of July, 1943. He is buried at Heverlee War Cemetery, Belgium. Plot. 5. Row. A. Grave No. 3.




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Brown G R

Flight Lieutenant 45420 Guy Richard Brown Royal Air Force D.F.C. Guy was the s on of Capt. William Brown, J.P., and of Kathleen D. M. Brown (nee Illingworth), of Aldbourne, Wiltshire. Guy died in Egypt on Thursday the 6th September, 1945 (Cause unknown) He is buried at Heliopolis War Cemetery, Plo. 4. Row. H. Grave No. 21. Age 24.




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Bruxner – Randall L G W L

Flying Officer 33534 Julien Walter Lowndes Royal Air Force. He was the son of Walter Bruxner-Randall and of Dorothy Bruxner-Randall (nee Montgomery), of Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow, Irish Republic. Cranwell First Prize Cadetship, 1939. Julien was killed in a flying accident on Friday the 2nd of May, 1941. He is buried at Kirk Malew (St. Malew) Churchyard Extension, Isle of Man. Row W. Collective Grave 10. Age. 20.




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Buller A J

42391 Pilot Officer (Pilot) Alexander John Buller. Royal Air Force. Alexander was the son of Admiral Sir Henry Tritton Buller, K.C.V.O., C.B., and Lady Hermione Buller, of Southwater. He was killed in a flying accident on the 6th of June, 1940. He is buried at St Mary the Virgin Churchyard Shipley, Horsham District, West Sussex, England. Grave C. 2. Age 20.

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Cable J D S

Pilot Officer 139683 John Duncan Skelton Cable. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. John was reported missing on Wednesday the 18th August, 1943. He was the son of Eric Grant Cable and Nellie Margaret Cable, of Radlett, Hertfordshire. He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial, Panel No. 131. Age 19.




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Chamier P A

Sergeant 900818 Patrick Anthony Chamier. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. He was the son of Air Commodore Sir John Adrian Chamier C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., O.B.E. and Lady Chamier (nee Lordly), of Warsash, Hampshire. Patrick was killed in a flying accident on Monday the 11th of November, 1940. He is buried at Harare (Pioneer) Cemetery, Zimbabwe. War graves Plot. Grave No. 13.




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Chapman P

Leading Aircraftman 902898 Percy Chapman. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Percy was killed in a flying accident on the 21st of September 1940. He is buried at St Andrew Churchyard, Cranwell, North Kesteven District, Lincolnshire, England. Plot 2. Ro. D. Grave. 14.




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Clarke P P

Pilot Officer 109113 Peter Puleston Clarke. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Peter was the son of Frederick Percy and Ethel May Clarke, of Saltburn. He was killed in a flying accident on Sunday the 19th July, 1942. He is buried at Saltburn and Marske-By-The-Sea (Saltburn) Cemetery Plot. Q. Row. A. Grave. 16. Age. 21.




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Colley H J P

Leading Aircraftman 1890698 (U/T Radio Operator (Air)) Henry John Pomeroy Colley. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Henry was the son of George Pomeroy Colley (nee Finlay); husband of Eileen Patrice Colley, of Hertfordshire, England. He was killed during flying training in South Africa and is buried at Randfontein Cemetery, Transvaal, South Africa. Anglian Plot. Grave No. 3383. Age. 26.




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Coplestone A D

Pilot Officer (Observer) 84720 Anthony Drake Coplestone. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Anthony was the son of William Drake Coplestone, M.A., B.CH., and Edith Mary Coplestone, of Gorey, Jersey, Channel Islands. B.A. (Cantab.); Barrister, Member of Inner Temple; M.I.C.A. He was killed in a flying accident on Sunday the 22nd of September, 1940. He is buried at Boldre (St. John) Churchyard, Hampshire. Row. 1. Grave. 1. Age 29.




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Corbett H C

Flying Officer 72466 (Pilot) Hugh Christopher Corbett. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Huge was the son of Adrian and Nita Corbett. He was killed in action serving with 53 Squadron on Sunday the 4th of August, 1940. He is buried at Schoorl General Cemetery, Netherlands. Joint Grave 228. Age 22.





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Croom - Johnson O P

Pilot Officer 91109 Oliver Powell Croom-Johnson. Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force). Oliver was the son of the Hon. Sir Reginald Powell Croom-Johnson, LL.B. and of Lady Croom-Johnson, M.A. (nee Hobbs), of Trull, Somerset; husband of Jean Groom Johnson (nee Finnie), of Pollockshields, Glasgow. He was killed in action on Thursday the 30th of May, 1940, serving with 611 Squadron. He is buried at Over Wallop (St. Peter) Churchyard. Hampshire, United Kingdom. Age, 27.




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Dalziel W E

Sergeant 1310496 William Edward Dalziel (Pilot). Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. William was the son of Peter B. Dalziel and Margery K. Dalziel, of Chelsea, London. He was killed in service on Tuesday the 9th June, 1942. He is buried at Stock (All Saints) Churchyard, Essex. Are, 19.




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D'Arcy - Irvine B W J

Flying Officer 72500 Brian William (Pilot) Jesse D’Arcy-Irvine. Brian was the son of Henry C. and C. D'Arcy-Irvine, of Serdang, Kedah, Malaya. Brain was a Battle of Britain Pilot killed in action on Thursday the 8th of August, 1940. Missing over the sea he is remembered on The Runnymede Memorial, Panel No. 5. Age, 22.




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Davis H R

Flying Officer 117300 (Pilot) Huge Ross Davis. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Hugh was the son of Colonel Cecil Davis and Kate Amy Davis, of Brockworth, Gloucestershire. He was killed in action flying with 232 Squadron in Cyprus Saturday 29th January 1944. He is buried at Nicosia War Cemetery Plot 2. Row A. Grave 6. Age 25.




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Dawson T D

Pilot Officer 101009 Thomas Derwent Dawson. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Thomas was the son of Thomas Wignall Dawson and Doris Mary Dawson, of Liverpool. He was killed in a flying accident while serving with a Coastal Command training unit on Wednesday the 14th January, 1942. He is buried at Heswall (St. Peter) Churchyard, Cheshire. West Extension. Section. 13. Row 3. Grave 5. Age 20.




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de Havilland J

John de Havilland (Civilian Test Pilot, Former R.A.F.) John was the son of Geoffrey de Havilland and Louie de Havilland (Geoffrey de Havilland was an aircraft designer and manufacturer, founder of the de Havilland Aircraft Company). John was kill in a mid-air collision during a de Havilland test flight on the 23rd of August 1943. He is buried at Terwin (St. Peter) Churchyard, Heartfordshire. Age 24.




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Dick I H

Warrant Officer 1167736 Ian Hillman Dick. (Observer) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Ian was the son of Maj. Thomas Sydney Dick and Dorothy Anne Dick, of Street, Ashton Lodge, near Rugby, Warwickshire. He was killed on Thursday the 25th May 1944, in an aircraft accident while serving with an aircraft delivery unit in Tunisia. He is buried at Massicault War Cemetery Tunisia. Plot VI. Row N. Grave 6. Age 25.




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Duff R W J

Leading Airman FX91971 Ronald Walter James Duff. Royal Navy (Fleet Air Arm) Ronald was the son of Ronald Thomas Hilliard Duff and Margery Gordon Duff, of North Queensferry. He was killed in a road accident on Monday the first of March, 1943, while serving at Royal Navy Air Station H.M.S. Daedalus. He is buried at Dunfermline (Douglas Bank) Cemetery, Scotland. Grave No.112. Age. 19.




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Dundas J C

Flight Lieutenant 90334 (Pilot) John Charles Dundas, Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force) D.F.C. and Bar. John was the son of Frederick James Dundas, and of Silvia Mary Dundas, of Blair Drummond, Perthsire. 1st Cl. Hons. Mod. Hist. at Christ Church, Oxford. He was killed during air combat reported missing over the Isle of White on Thursday the 11th November 1940, John has no known grave. He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial, Panel No. 4.




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Eaton G K

Pilot Officer 101066 (Pilot) George Kingston Eaton, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. George was the son of Frederic Ray and Ruth Evangeline Eaton, of Eaton, Norwich. He was killed in an aircraft crash on Sunday the 7th of December, 1941. He is buried at Eaton (St. Andrew) Old Churchyard Norwich, Norfolk. Age 20.




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Falkner P E

Flying Officer 151131 (Pilot) Patrick Eric Falkner, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Patrick was the son of Lt.-Col. Mervyn Winfred Falkner and Lucie M. Falkner, of Bournemouth. He died following a flying accident on Sunday the 22nd August, 1943. He is buried at Bournemouth (Wimborne Road) Cemetery, Section E.3. Grave 7.S.




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Fox T R

Sergeant 864838 Terence Rochfort Fox (Air/Gunner) Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force). Terence was the son of Walter Richardson Fox and Elizabeth Caroline Fox, of Devonport. He was killed in action on Monday the 6th of September 1943, when his Halifax bomber failed to return from a raid on Mannheim. He is buried at Durnbach War Cemetery, Germany. Plot. 7. Row K. Grave. 1.




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Franklin M H

Flight Lieutenant 33423 Michael Hilton Franklin (Pilot) Royal Air Force. He was the son of James Stewart Franklin and Constance Mabel Franklin, of Dorking, Surrey. Michael killed in action on Wednesday the 9th of April, when his Blenheim aircraft failed to return from an operational patrol over the North Sea. He is remembered on the Runneymede Memorial. Panel 29.




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Gaskell T R

Sergeant 967096 Trevor Roger Gaskell (Pilot) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Trevor was the son of William Ross Gaskell and Florence Helen Gaskell, of Tynron, Dumfriesshire. He was reported missing on Friday the 11th April 1941, following combat over the English Channel during a fighter patrol. He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial. Panel. 43. Age. 20.




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Gauvain J H P

Squadron Leader 75334 John Henry Percival Gauvain. (M.I.D.) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. (Medical Officer) John was the son of William Percy Gauvain and Gladys May Gauvain. He was killed in a flying accident on Monday the 14th August, 1944. He is buried at Moascar War Cemetery, Ismailia, Egypt. Plot 2. Row. D. Grave. 3. Age. 28.




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Genth A W

Pilot Officer 68769 Anthony William Genth (Pilot) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Anthony was the son of Charles Frederick and Gladys Elvina Genth, of Putney, London. He was killed in a flying accident on Monday the 11th August 1941. He is buried at Finningley, Holy Trinity & St Oswald Churchyard Extension, Nottinghamshire. War Graves Plot. Row. F. Grave. 3.




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Gethin J P D DFC

Squadron Leader 33188 John Percy Devaynes Gethin (Pilot) John was the son of Randolph George and Georgina Mary Gethin, of Carlow, Irish Republic. He was killed in action on Saturday the 10th May, 1941, when his aircraft was shot down while attacking Rutbah Fort, in Iraq. He is buried at Ramleh War Cemetery Iraq, Plot L. Grave 23. Age 23.




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Gilling - Lax G G

Pilot Officer 145494 (Navigator) George Grevile Gilling-Lax. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve D.F.C. George was the son of the Revd. Canon Thomas Graham Gilling-Lax, M.A., and Mary Frances Gilling-Lax, of Grayshott, Hindhead, Surrey. M.A.(Cantab.). Scholar of King's College; Whewell (University) Scholar; Assistant Master, Stowe School, from 1932 and Housemaster, 1937-40. He was killed on July the 9th 1943, in a flying accident. He is buried at St. Paul Churchyard Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells Borough, Kent. Age 34.




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Gough – Calthorp R A S

Flying Officer 15087 (Pilot) Ronald Arthur Somerset Gough-Calthorpe. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Ronald was the 9th Baron Calthorpe. Son of the Hon. Frederick Somerset Gough-Calthorpe and of Rose Mary Dorothy Gough-Calthorpe (nee Vernon-Harcourt), of Worplesdon Hill, Woking, Surrey. He was killed in a flying accident on Tuesday the 9th of October, 1945. He is buried at Brookwood Cemetery, (St. Chad's Avenue 21087.) Woking, Surry. Age. 21.




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Graeme N S

Flying Officer 90254(Pilot) Nigel Stuart Graeme. Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force). Nigel was the son of Colonel J. A. Graeme, D.S.O., formerly Royal Engineers, and Mrs M. B. Graeme, of Farnborough, Hampshire. B.A.(Cantab.). He was killed on Sunday the 24th March 1940, in a mid-air-collision while serving in the battle of France. He is buried at Douai Communal Cemetery, France. Row L. Grave 12. Age 24.




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Graham M A

Sub-Lieutenant (A) Malise Angas Graham Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (M.I.D.)(F.A.A.) Malise was the son of Sydney Graham, C.B.E., and Madeline Graham, of Itchenor, Sussex. Malise was lost on "H.M.S. St. Angelo" after leaving Malta, Friday the 22nd January, 1943. He is memorialized at the Lee-on-Solent Memorial in Hampshire, England. Bay 4, Panel 6. Age 24.




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Griffith J L

Flying Officer 151445 (Pilot) John Llewellyn Griffith Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. John was the son of David and Violet Frances Griffith, of Feckenham, Worcestershire. He was reported missing when his aircraft fails to return from a shipping strike on the 8th of June, 1944. He is buried at Staglieno Cemetery Genoa, Italy. Plot III. Row B. Grave 10. Age 20. (His date of death is given as Sunday the 11th June, 1944.)




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Flight Lieutenant 80854 (Pilot) The Hon. Bruce David Grimston. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (D.F.C.) Bruce was the son of James Walter Grimston, fourth Earl of Verulam, and Violet Constance Maitland Grimston (nee Brabazon), Countess of Verulam. He was reported missing from bomber operations when his Lancaster aircraft failed to return on the 13th June, 1944. He is remembered on The Runnymede Memorial, Panel 202. Age 28.




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Harding P A

Flying Officer 75028 (Navigator) Paul Anthony Harding Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (M.I.D.). Paul was the Husband of Claire Harding, of Gerrards Cross. He was killed in a flying accident on Friday the 2nd of October, 1942. He is buried at Gerrards Cross (St. James) Churchyard Buckinghamshire. Grave 291. Age 30.




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Holland J De B

Pilot Officer 169116 (Pilot) John De Beauvoir Holland Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. John was the son of Capt. Arthur Henry Holland and Valerie L. De Lisle Holland, of St. Elena, Ameghino, Argentine. John was killed on Friday the 11th of February, 1944 when his aircraft crashed returning from a mission. He is buried at Chichester Cemetery, Sussex. Square 115. C. of E. Plot. Grave 25. Age 23.




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Hooper J C I

Flight Lieutenant 61955 (Pilot) John Clifford Ingledew Hooper. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. (D.F.C.) John was the son of Sqdn. Ldr. Clifford Alban Hooper, R.A.F. (V.R.), and Janet Ashley Hooper, of Wylye, Wiltshire. He was killed in action on Monday the 7th August, 1944, when his aircraft was shot down over France. He is buried at Bayeux War Cemetery France. Plot XVII. Row F. Grave 24. Age 23.




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Jagger R H

Pilot Officer 61220 (Pilot) Richard Hugh Jagger Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Richard was the son of Lt.-Col. Hugh Cleivion Jagger, O.B.E., formerly of the R.A.V.C., and of Margaret G. Jagger, of Beaconsfield. Scholar of Stowe School. He was killed in a flying accident during training on the 14th April 1941. He is buried at St Margaret Churchyard, Tylers Green, Wycombe District, Buckinghamshire.




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Flying Officer 72449 (Pilot) Michael Jebb Royal Air Force. Michael was born on 18th June 1918 in Chester, the younger son of Brigadier-General GD Jebb of Hexham, Northumberland. He died of his wounds on Thursday the 19th September, 1940. He was cremated at Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium, London. He is remembered on panel No. 5 Age 22.




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Johnson S F F

Flight Lieutenant 91005 (Pilot) Sidney Frederick Farquhar Johnson. Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force) Sidney was the son of Capt. Sidney Frederick Johnson, The Border Regt. (killed in action in France, 10th January, 1917), and of Helen Marguerite Johnson, of Chelsea, London. He was killed in a flying accident on Wednesday the 26th February, 1941. He is buried at Cliveden War Cemetery, Taplow Bucks. Grave 44. Age 25.




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Langton AB

Flight Lieutenant 114373 (Pilot) Antony Basil Langton. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Antony was the son of Ernest C. Langton and Elsie Langton, of Fishbourne. Antony was killed when his aircraft hit high ground returning from a coastal patrol on Wednesday the 20th of December, 1944. He is buried at Gatcombe (St. Olave) Churchyard, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. (West part.)




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Lee - Warner H P

Squadron Leader 118164 (Pilot) Henry Philip Lee-Warner. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, D.F.C. A.F.C. Henry was the son of Philip Henry and Mary King Lee-Warner; husband of Daphne Lee-Warner, of Kilburn, Middlesex. He was killed in action when his Lancaster failed to return from operations on Saturday the 26th August, 1944. He is buried at Durnbach War Cemetery, Germany, Plot. 6. Row. A. Grave. 3. Age 31.




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Macpherson C J

Flying Officer 115553 (Pilot) Colin Jesse MacPherson, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Colin was the son of Archibald Duncan Macpherson, and of Viva Tertia Pevensey Macpherson (nee Duke). He was killed in action on Friday the 26th November, 1943, when his Halifax Bomber faild to return from operations. He is buried at Durnbach Way Cemetery, Germany. Plot. 1. Row. F. Grave 26. Age 29.




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Mallory W R

Sergeant 1808885 (Navigator) William Rous Mallory, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Next of kin unknown. William was killed in a flying accident on Tuesday the 16th of January, 1945. He is buried at Birchanger (St Mary) Churchyard, Essex.




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Mansel-Lewis J

Flying Officer 42248 (Pilot) John Mansel-Lewis, Royal Air Force. John was the son of Archie and Muriel Mansel-Lewis, of Pembrey, Carmarthenshire. He was killed in a flying accident on Friday the 4th of April, 1941. He is buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore, Plot. 37. Row B. Grave 12. Age 20.




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Marshall G P

Pilot Officer 118459 George Paxton Marshall, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Next of kin unknown. George was reported missing in action when his Lancaster aircraft failed to return from an operation on Wednesday, the 5th of August, 1942. He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial Panel 70.




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Massy M I

Flight Lieutenant 141336 (Navigator) Michael Ingoldsby Massy, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Michael was the son of William Ingoldsby Justice Massy and Ada Mary Frances Massy, of Stoneville, Co. Limerick, Irish Republic; husband of Penelope Louise Massy. B.A. (Oxon.). He was killed in action on a bombing operation on Friday the 4th of August, 1944. He is buried at Marissel French National Cemetery. Grave 362.




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Flying Officer 89827 (Pilot) Arthur Neill McClintock, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Next of kin unknown. Arthur was reported missing in action when his Hudson aircraft failed to return from a Costal Command patrol on Saturday the 11th April, 1942. He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial, Panel 67.




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Mead R J

Leading Airman FAA/FX. 80560 Robert James Mead. Royal Navy (Fleet Air Arm). Robert was the son of Percy James Mead, C.S.I., C.I.E., I.C.S., and May Gertrude Mead. He was lost at sea on Friday the 17th January, 1941. He is remembered on the Lee-on-Solent Memorial, Hampshire. Bay 2, Panel 2.




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Miall G C

Pilot Officer 108842 (Pilot) Gerald Compton Miall, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Gerald was the son of Stephen and Edith Emilie Miall of St. John's Wood, London. Gerald was killed serving in the RAF on the 21st of July, 1942. He is buried at Hawkhead Cemetery, Renfrewshire, Scotland. Sec. M. Grave 673. Age. 27.




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Morriss R

Sergeant 1395754 (Pilot) Richard Morriss, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, Next of kin unknown. Richard was killed serving with the RAF on the 10th September, 1943. He is buried at St James the Less Churchyard, Nutley, Wealden District, East Sussex, England, Grave 1136.




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Mosselmans H L

Flying Officer 150202 (Pilot) Hendrik Lodewijk Mosselmans, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Hendrik was the son of A. W. Mosselmans and Nancy H. Mosselmans (nee Van der Wyck), of Rousham, Oxfordshire. He was Killed in a mid-air collision on Saturday the 18th of December, 1943. He is buried at Grangemouth (Grandsable) Cemetery Scotland. Sec. 1. Grave 43. Age. 19.




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Mounsey H G P

Pilot Officer 148050 (Air Bomber) Harold George Pete Mounsey, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Harold was the son of Oswold Robart Mounsey and Margaret Caroline Mounsey; husband of Margaret Anne Mounsey. He was killed in action on a bombing operation over Germany on Wednesday the 1st of September, 1943. He is buried at Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery, Germany. Collective grave Plot 5. Row. F. Graves 24 to 29.




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Murton-Neale P N

Flying Officer 90401 (Pilot) Peter Norman Murton-Neal. Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force). Peter was the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Murton-Neale, of Reigate, Surrey; husband of Constance Murton-Neale. He was killed in action over Belgium on Tuesday the 14th of May, 1940. He is buried at Courriere Churchyard, Belgium, South East Corner.




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Newport-Tinley G F B

Flying Officer 108998 (Pilot) Gervase Francis Benton Newport-Tinley, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Gervase was the son of Lt.-Col. Francis Benton Newport Tinley, M.C., Indian Army, and Cicely Sophia Newport Tinley. He was killed in action over Holland on Wednesday the 23rd of December, 1942. He is buried at Staphorst (Ijhorst) General Cemetery, Holland. Grave 6.




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Parker W R C B

Pilot Officer 89314 (Pilot) The Hon. William R. C. Boyle Parker. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. He was the son of George Loveden William Henry Parker, 7th Earl of Macclesfield and the Countess of Macclesfield (nee Boyle), of Watlington; husband of the Hon. Mrs. L. A. Parker, of Sudbury, Suffolk. He was killed in a ground incident while preparing to take-off for a mission on Sunday the 14th of December, 1941. He is buried at Shirburn (All Saints) Churchyard, Oxfordshire.




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Squadron Leader 33036 (Pilot) David Alwyne Pemberton, Royal Air Force D.F.C. David was the son of Guy Pemberton, F.R.I.B.A. and Emily Muriel Pemberton, of Broadway. He was killed in a flying accident on Sunday the 3rd of November, 1940. He is buried at Broadway (St. Eadburgh) New Churchyard, Worcestershire. Row. H. Grave. 39. Age. 28.




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Pilot Officer 116060 (Pilot) Michael Gordon Meston Reid. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Michael was the son of Lt. Col. Charles Reid, D.S.O., formerly of the Gordon Highlanders, and Marjorie F. Reid, of Hampstead Heath, London. He was killed in action on Friday the 7th August, 1942. He is buried at Hardinghen Churchyard, France. War graves Plot. Grave. 5. Age 20.




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Rodney G W

Flight Lieutenant 61384 The Hon. George William Rodney. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. George was the son of George Bridges Harley Guest Rodney, 8th Baron Rodney, and Lady Marjorie Rodney, of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. He was killed in action on Friday the 18th September, 1942. He is buried at Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt. Plot. 3. Row. H. Grave 14. Age 24.




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Wing Commander 32111 (Pilot) Quentin Weston Aldridge. Royal Air Force. Relatives details unknown. He was killed in action on Saturday the 25th March, 1944. He is buried at the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany. Plot. 29. Row. C. Grave 11.




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Sassoon R J

Flying Officer 150614 (Pilot) Richard Joseph Sassoon. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Richard was the son of Frederick and Margaret Lucy Sassoon, of Roehampton, London. He was killed in action on Tuesday the 10th April 1945. He is buried at Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery, Germany. Collective Grave, Plot. 4. Row. Z. Grave. 2-6. Age 21.


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Saunders - Knox - Gore W L S

Flight Lieutenant 128927 (Pilot) William Lawrence Saunders-Knox-Gore, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (D.F.C.) William was the son of Colonel William Arthur Cecil Saunders-Knox-Gore, D.S.O., Croix de Guerre, and of Monica Saunders-Knox-Gore, of Chelsea, London. He was killed in action in Italy on Tuesday the 12th September, 1944. He is buried at Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa, Italy. Plot III. Row A. Grave 8. Age 21.




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Flight Lieutenant 47545 (Test Pilot) John Garden Seth-Smith. Royal Air Force. John was the son of Hugh Garden Seth-Smith and Cicely Mary Seth-Smith, of Wickham Bishops. He was killed in a flying accident on Saturday the 13th October, 1945. He is buried at Wickham Bishops (St.Bartholomew) Churchard, Essex. Age 28.




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Squadron Leader 33042 (Pilot) Paul De Grey Horatio Seymour. Royal Air Force. Paul was the son of Lord George Frederick Seymour and of Lady Seymour (nee Skipworth), of Winthorpe, Nottinghamshire; husband of Hilary Mary Seymour (nee Crickmay), of Kirkella, Yorkshire. He was killed in action on Tuesday the 17th of November, 1942. He is buried at Consigny Communal Cemetery, France. Grave 3.




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Leading Aircraftman 1384380 (U/T Pilot) John Victor William Shand-Kydd. Royal Air Force. John was the son of Norman Shand-Kydd and Frances Madeleine Shand-Kydd. John was killed in a flying accident on Wednesday the 10th of September, 1941. He is buried at Cheddington (St. Giles) Churchyard, Buckinghampshire. Age. 18.




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Pilot Officer 175817 (Pilot) Tyrrell Michael John Shervington. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Tyrrell was the son of Tyrrell Mildmay Shervington and Helen Molly Shervington, of Richmond, Surrey. He was killed in action on Wednesday the 7th June, 1944. He is buried at Eragny Communal Cemetery, France. Grave. 4. Age. 20.



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Sidebotham C E R

Sergeant 740141 (Pilot) Charles Edward Richard Sidebotham. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Next of kin unknown. Charles was reported missing in action on Saturday the 28th of December, 1940. He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial. Panel 19.




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Pilot Officer 109003 (Pilot) Stephen Allen Spencer. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Stephen was the son of Stephen A. Spencer, and of Hazel A. Spencer, of Hampstead, London. HE WAS KILLED IN ACTION ON Wednesday the 5th of August, 1942. He is remembered on Panel 5, Woking (St. John’s) Crematorium, Surrey. Age. 22.




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Stafford J F

Flight Sergeant 1166582 (Air Gunner) John Francis Stafford. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. John was the son of Sydney and Aileen Stafford, of Liphook, Hampshire. He was killed in action on Friday the 14th of January, 1944. He is buried at Emmen (Nieuw Dordrecht) General Cemetery, Holland. Plot. 9. Row. B. Grave. 9. Age. 24.




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Stewart R G F

Squadron Leader 145856 (Pilot) Ronald George Falconar Stewart. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. D.F.C. Ronald was the son of Maj. Falconar Stewart and Mrs. Stewart; husband of Betty Margaret Stewart, of Thorrington, Essex. He was killed in action on Sunday the 2nd of January, 1944. He is buried at Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery Germany. Plot. 4. Row. D. Grave. 17. Age. 23.




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Stewart W A M B

Flight Lieutenant 120044 (Pilot) William Alistair McLean B Stewart. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. William was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Beardmore Stewart; husband of Mary Judith Stewart, of Largs, Ayrshire. He was killed in action on Wednesday the 30th of August, 1944. He is buried at Helsingborg (Palsjo) Municipal Cemetery, Sweden. Section. XV. Grave. 74.




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Sutherland M A R

Leading Aircraftman 903457 (U/T Pilot) Malcolm Alan Robert Sutherland. Royal Air Force. Malcolm was the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Sutherland. He was killed in a mid-air collision on Friday the 20th of September, 1940. He is buried at Little Rissington (St. Peter) Churchyard, Gloucestershire. Plot South. Row. A. Grave. 14. Age. 29.




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Pilot Officer 153421 (Pilot) Peter Munrow Sutherland. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Peter was the son of Arthur Munro Sutherland, and of Nina Marguerite Sutherland, of Edrington. He is reported was reported as died from wounds on Monday the 31st of July, 1944. He is remembered on Panel 8. Newcastle-upon-Tyne (West Road) Crematorium, Northumberland.




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Pilot Officer 125829 Keith Stanley Toms. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Next of kin unknown. Keith was lost at sea on Thursday the 29th of October, 1942. He is remembered on the Alamein Memorial, El Alamein, Maṭḥ, Egypt. Column 249.




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Traill J R

Flight Lieutenant 64942 (Pilot) James Robert Traill. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. James was the sone of John Arthur Edward and Henrietta Margaret Traill, of Putney, London; husband of Greta Noel Traill (nee Lindley). He was reported missing over the sea on Friday the 31st of July, 1942. He is remembered on the Runnymede Memorial. Panel. 66. Age. 25.




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Trench D E C

Flight Lieutenant 37456 (Pilot) Desmond Ernest Crosbie Trench. Desmond was the son of Ernest Crosbie Trench and Netta C. Trench; husband of Dorothy Kate Trench, of Chelsea, London. He was killed in action on Wednesday the 26th Febuary, 1941 He is buried at Savernake Forest (St. Katharine) Churchyard. Wiltshire. (West of Church) Age. 30.





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Flying Officer 90084 (Pilot) Albert Anthon Vickers. Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force) Albert was the son of Vincent Cartwright Vickers and Nannette Mary Vickers, of Chelsea, London. He was killed in a flying accident on Thursday the 16th of November, 1939. He is buried at Daviot Parish Churchyard, Inverness Shire. Age. 26.




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Webster D J

Flying Officer 138667 (Pilot) David John Webster. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. David was the son of James Alexander Webster and Constance Webster, of St. Marylebone, London. He was killed in action on Monday the 16th of August, 1943. He is buried at Bergen General Cemetery, Holland. Plot. 2. Row. C. Grave. 23.




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