St John's Chapel: War Memorial (County Durham)

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    The names of the seven crew of a Wellington B Mark III bomber of 29 OTU (serial no. BK441) that died in a crash at Green Laws on 7th May 1943: 1336934 Sgt. William Mason, RAFVR (pilot), aged 26, buried in Ayr Cemetery, Ayrshire 1108506 Sgt. Walter Gilbey Hutchinson, RAFVR (wireless operator U/T), aged 22, buried in Leeds (Harehills) Cemetery, Yorkshire R/142365 Flt. Sgt. Alan Darby, RCAF (navigator), aged 19, buried in Gillingham (St. Mary) Churchyard, Norfolk 1390505 Sgt. Ronald Arthur Page, RAFVR (air bomber), aged 21, buried in Greenford Park Cemetery, Middlesex 139376 P/O Michael James Meatyard, RAFVR (air bomber), aged 19, buried in Henfield Cemetery, Sussex 1152393 Sgt. Stanley Mordaunt Marfleet, RAFVR (air gunner), aged 29, buried in Stamfordham (St. Mary) Churchyard, Northumberland 900043 Sgt. Ronald Edwin Stephens, RAFVR (air gunner), buried in Plymouth (Ford Park) Cemetery, Devon 29 OTU were then based at RAF North Luffenham
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    What does this mean? Attribution-NonCommercial License
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    Resource type: Image
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 7 years, 4 months ago
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