Arthur Bryson Moore & Crew

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Reference WMO262051


Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

East Kirkby Airfield

East Kirkby

PE23 4DE


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Tree/s
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Acer, “Crimson King” and plaque Took off from Binbrook at 2143. Shot down within minutes of leaving the target on the 4th, all buried Chapelle-Vallon Communal Cemetery. BCL Volume 5, page 208.
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The crew were: SMART, Joseph William. Pilot Officer. [W.O. BCL.] 409760. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of Hugh and Evelyn Rachael Smart, of Deepdene, Victoria. Australia, aged 21. Buried Grave 27. OULTON, Thomas. Sgt. Flt. Engr. 1693952. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of George Frederick and Esther Oulton, of West Derby, Liverpool, aged 19. Grave 29. BARBER, George Charles. Flt. Sgt. [Navigator] 422100. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of George and Jane Barber; husband of Beatrice Josephine Barber; father of Barry Charles, Barber., of Punchbowl, New South Wales, Australia, aged 32. Grave 23. WARNOCK, George Robert. Pilot Officer [ Flt. Sgt. BCL]. Air Bomber. J/92195. Royal Canadian Air Force. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Warnock. of Reward. Saskatchewan, Canada, aged 26. Grave 26. NAISMITH, Francis Findley. Sgt. Wireless Operator (Air). 1549173. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Alexander and Helen Findley Naismith, of York, aged 21. Grave 24. MOORE, Arthur Bryson. Pilot Officer, Air Gnr. J/88859. Royal Canadian Air Force. Grave 30. STANNETT, Ernest Frederick, Flt. Sgt. Air Bomber. 1323766. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Alfred Edward and Jane Martha Stannett, of Chiswick, Middlesex, aged 24. Grave 28.

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