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Wickenby Aerodrome

Watery Lane





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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: Tree & Plaque 25 June – On a training flight, disintegrated and crashed at Stenigot, 5 miles SW of Louth, Lincolnshire Bomber Command Losses – Volume 4 – page 208.
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YEO, Howard Garfield. Flight Sergeant. 409268. Royal Australian Air Force. Son of Richard James Garfield Yeo and Elizabeth Ellen Yeo, of Ascot Vale, Victoria, Australia. Aged 22. Buried at WATFORD CEMETERY, Sec. M. Cons. Row 3. Grave 421. ROBINSON, Charles William. Sergeant (Flight Engineer). 578359. Royal Air Force, Son of Charlie and Florence Lily Robinson, of Thorne. Aged 19. Buried at THORNE CEMETERY. Grave 866. ASTON, Maurice Robert. Sergeant (Navigator). 1394397. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of George Melbourne Aston and Elsie Aston, of Crouch End, Middlesex. Aged 21. Buried at CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY. Grave 14535. HIDDLESTON, George Adam. Flight Sergeant (Air Bomber). 656250. Royal Air Force. Son of Adam and Annette Hiddleston; husband of Hilda Mary Hiddleston, of Renfrew. Aged 27. Buried at RENFREW (ARKLESTON) CEMETERY, Sec. A. Row D. Grave 70. SNEESBY, Reginald. Sergeant (Wireless Op./Air Gunner). Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Son of Arthur William and Emily Sneesby, of Selby. Aged 21. Buried at SELBY CEMETERY, Grave 5436. SOLUK, Paul. Sergeant (Air Gunner). R/130819. Royal Canadian Air Force. Son of Dymetro and Franciska Soluk, of Sawdy, Alberta, Canada. Buried at CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY. Grave 14536. RENNICK, John Stanley. Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner). R/99592. Royal Canadian Air Force. Son of Stanley and Ada M. Rennick, of Bright, Ontario, Canada. Aged 22. Buried at CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY. Grave 14534

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