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ABBOTT, Elizabeth * (Revised 30/05/2018)
ABEL, Jack Sydney (Revised 22/11/2018)
ABSALOM, Leonard Cyril (Revised 30/05/2018)
ADAMS, Albert E (Revised 08/02/2018)
ADKINS, Henry Charles (Revised 30/05/2018)
AITKEN, Janet Stevenson Hardie * (Revised 30/05/2018)
ALDERTON, Peter Henry (Revised 30/05/2018)
ALLSOPP, Cyril George (Revised 30/05/2018)
ALWAY, Edwin John (Revised 30/05/2018)
ANGEL, John Lindsay (Revised 02/06/2018)
ANSELL, James Jack (Revised 02/06/2018)
APPLEBY, John (Revised 02/06/2018)
ARCHER, Harriet * (Revised 02/06/2018)
ARNOLD, John Turney (Revised 02/06/2018)
ASHDOWN, Michael Henry Charles (Revised 02/06/2018)
ASHLING, Oliver Charles (Revised 02/06/2018)
ATKINSON, Trevor Marsh (Revised 02/06/2018)
AUSTEN, Kate Dorothy * (Revised 02/06/2018)
AYLING, Alfred (Revised 31/05/2018)
* = Not included in the Book of Remembrance for reasons unknown.
"At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember."
"In loving memory of dear Leonard who gave his life that we might live. RIP."
"His life was full of beautiful memories."
"Death is the gateway to life / 'Until' "
"… Lie shaded by the shaking of great wings, and thoughts that hung the stars …"
"Crashed making Lorenz approach in fog. Flew into ground on a turn with subsequent bounce and stall from low height. Made approach down beam to left of contact lights. As boundary is in line with lights a/c (aircraft) turned or banked to avoid same, wheel hit ground."
"...Anson crashed at Boscombe Down while making a blind approach landing in fog at night. Munro was the captain and pilot this time and he died in his plane, as did one of the NCOs in his crew. Two more died either in or on their way to hospital. One of the dead men was a member of an Air Ministry radio countermeasures establishment who had taken part in the very first investigations into the enemy's beams over Britain, Flight Lieutenant E J Alway. It was Alway who reported back to the Air Ministry after the initial flight on 19 June and it was Alway who flew as wireless operator the following day when Bafton made his debut investigative flight on resuming his service with BAT&DU. There was just a single survivor of this fatal crash, Sergeant A D F Allen, air gunner, who escaped with only slight injuries. Allen was awarded the George Medal for his actions during this incident."
"Rather death than false of faith".
"Greatly beloved. 'Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God' "
"Gone from us but not forgotten never shall his memory fade. RIP."
"At the going down / of the sun / and in the morning / we will remember you, Jack."
"ONE OF THE FEW."For reasons yet to be discovered, he is also remembered on the WW2 Memorial Panel in St Mary's Church, Sunbury-on-Thames.
"Parting is bitter pain but courage bids us struggle on until we meet again."