F/O John Middleton & crew

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Reference WMO261989

Address:

Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

East Kirkby Airfield

East Kirkby

East Kirkby

PE23 4DE

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Tree/s
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Tree & Plaque Lancaster I ME667 EN-X. Took off 1730 from Spilsby for Bremen, Reported crashed at 2032. All now rest in Hamburg Cemetery, Ohisdorf.
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MIDDLETON John Hartley. Flying Officer. (Pilot Officer in BCL). 423153. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of Sydney James Hartley Middleton and Annie Esther Middleton, of Northbridge, New South Wales, Australia, aged 21. Grave 5A. N. 6. ABELL, Douglas Roy. Pilot Officer (Flight Sergeant in BCL). 417773. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of Roy Desmond Picton Abell and Ida May Abell, of Gladstone, South Australia, aged 21. Grave 5A. N. 5. PAYNE, Gordon Arthur. Pilot Officer. (Sergeant in BCL). Flight Engineer. 187217. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Arthur and Maud Payne; husband of Constance Mary Payne, of Aston, Birmingham, aged 21, Joint grave 5A. N. 7. HOUGHTON, Clifford Henry. Flight Sergeant. Navigator. 1620799. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of John Henry and Margaret Houghton, of Halton, Cheshire, aged 20. Grave 5A. N. 2. MARAVAN-WILLIAMS, Thomas Ronald. Flight Sergeant. Air Bomber. 1579978. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Joint grave 5A. N. 7. TRIMBLE, Samuel John. Pilot Officer (W.O. in BCL). 403204. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of Frederick Thomas Trimble and Grace Winifred Trimble, aged 25. Grave 5A. N. 3. FELGATE, John Mervyn. Pilot Officer (Flight Sergeant in BCL).. 436371. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of John Murchison Felgate and Millie Fay Felgate, of Travning, Western Australia, aged 22. Grave 5A. N. 1. FURSE, William Walter. Pilot Officer (Flight Sergeant in BCL).. 115476. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of William Langman Furse and Ethel Ruby Furse, of Croydon, South Australia, aged 22. Grave 5A. N. 4.

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