F/S Edward C Hunt

Discussion in 'Non-Commemorated War Dead' started by Gonzo, Oct 31, 2015.

  1. Peter Clare

    Peter Clare Very Senior Member

    I've checked Chorley's Vol.9 Bomber Command Roll Of Honour, as far as I could see, he's not listed as a Bomber Command loss.

    Edit - I checked the RAFVR losses not the commonwealth losses as I thought he would have been RAFVR.
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  2. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    Another numpty question - he was in the RAF, is there any way of easily checking Fighter Command, Coastal Command etc - does the RAF have a centralised personnel archives???

  3. Peter Clare

    Peter Clare Very Senior Member

    Just got off the phone to the CWGC. After trying various permutations in their search they cannot find a record of a F/S. Edward C. Hunt RAF. lost during WW2. What they did say was that he could have been a retired airman therefore a civilian who died during WW2 and as such would not be included on their database.

    They also said that if any more info is obtained then to get back to them and they will look again.


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  4. Harry Ree

    Harry Ree Very Senior Member

    I wonder if there is a local branch of the RAFA that could help.There might be some information within a local branch.
  5. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery

    This query was placed on Royal British Legion lost trails in March 2014 .Assume it drew a blank
  6. Gonzo

    Gonzo Junior Member

    As ever, thanks for the help. I suspect the discharged prior to death option looks likely.

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