FAA losses

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  1. noggin1969

    noggin1969 Well-Known Member

    Looking for aircraft loss details for the following 2 men. I believe Newbold was part of a Swordfish crew.


    Service Number FX96432

    Died 13/01/1944

    Aged 18

    H.M.S. Saker
    Royal Navy

    Son of George Albert and Gladys Kathleen Summers, of Hoveringham, Nottingham, England. Born in Canada , his parents moving from Sutton on Trent Newark to Canada before moving back to Nottinghamshire. LAC Summers lost on a night training flight buried FLATROCK OAK RIDGE CEMETERY MI USA the only UK casualty in the area that day.

    Sub-Lieutenant (A)NEWBOLD, HAROLD GEORGE
    Died 23/07/1942

    H.M.S. Grebe.
    Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

    Son of George William and Lucy Newbold, of Kneesall, Nottinghamshire.

    FAA, 815 Sqn, Grebe, air operations

    DIXON, Oliver, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, missing

    NEWBOLD, Harold G, Ty/Sub Lieutenant (A), RNVR, missing

    WAY, William E, Ty/Act/Leading Airman, FAA/JX 223661, missing
  2. timuk

    timuk Well-Known Member

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