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GADSBY, Albert Edwin (Revised 23/07/2018)
GARDINER, Edward Ambrose Norman * (Revised 23/07/2018)
GARDNER, Walter Henry (Revised 23/07/2018)
GARRARD, Vivian George (Revised 23/07/2018)
GARROD, Robert Stanley (Revised 24/07/2018)
GAVED, Frederick Charles (Revised 09/08/2018)
GEEN, Henry (properly Harry) Ernest (Revised 09/08/2018)
GIBSON, Michael Charles (Revised 09/08/2018)
GILES, Geoffrey Albert (Revised 09/08/2018)
GILLMAN, Alice Maud Mary Millie * (Revised 09/08/2018)
GLADMAN, Charles Clifford (Revised 09/08/2018)
GLASER, Keith James (Revised 09/08/2018)
GODDING, Walter Frank (Revised 10/08/2018)
GODWARD, John Sidney (Revised 10/08/2018)
GOODMAN, George William * (Revised 10/08/2018)
GOODWIN, Arthur Frederick * (Revised 15/04/2018)
GOODWIN, Leonard John (Revised 10/08/2018)
GORARD, Leslie Edward (Revised 10/08/2018)
GORDON, Ronald (Revised 10/08/2018)
GOTOBED, Ellen Florence Clemens * (Revised 10/08/2018)
GOULDING, Stanley Thomas (Revised 10/08/2018)
GOWLLAND, Peter (Revised 10/08/2018)
GRANT, Philip (Revised 11/08/2018)
GRAY, Edwin John * (Revised 11/08/2018)
GREENFIELD, Alfred Charles Allwood (Revised 11/08/2018)
GREENLY-JONES Llewelyn - see JONES Llewellyn Greenly
GREENSLADE, Charles William P (Revised 11/08/2018)
GREENSLADE, John Leonard * (Revised 11/08/2018)
GRIFFITH, Keith James see GLASER, Keith James (Revised 09/02/2018)
GRIFFITHS, Thomas John * (Revised 12/08/2018)
GURNEY, William John Revised 12/08/2018
* = Not included in the Book of Remembrance for reasons unknown.
"Hannover: 504 aircraft - 282 Lancasters, 188 Halifaxes, 26 Wellingtons, 8 Mosquitos. This was the last Bomber Command raid in which Wellingtons took part. 300 (Polish) and 432 (Canadian) Squadrons provided the 26 Wellingtons which operated on this night; they all returned safely. The German controller guessed correctly that Hannover was the target and many night fighters arrived before the attack was over. 27 aircraft - 14 Lancasters and 13 Halifaxes - were lost, 5.4 per cent of the force. Conditions over Hannover were clear and the Pathfinders were finally able to mark the centre of the city accurately; a most concentrated attack followed with a creepback of only 2 miles, all within the built-up area. This was probably Hannover's worst attack of the war."
"A dear husband and daddy. Some may forget you but we will remember you always."
"In loving memory of my dear son Vivian, 'Tony', sadly missed by all. R.I.P. Mum."
Pilot: P/O. Albert HANDLEY 173341 RAFVR Age 28
Fl/Eng: Sgt. Charles Thomas BROWN 1867213 RAFVR
Nav: F/O. Theodore Edward ARCHARD 135740 RAFVR Age 32.
Air/Bmr: Fl/Sgt. Robert Stanley GARROD 1324243 RAFVR Age 22.
W/Op/Air/Gnr: Sgt. Cyril WHITELOCK 1146149 RAFVR Age 22.
Air/Gnr: Fl/Sgt. James Walker WHITE R/193905 RCAF Age 20.
Air/Gnr: Sgt. David BISSET 650022 RAF Age 22.
Air/Gnr: Sgt. George Edward GILPIN 610020 RAF
'You are gone from me but in my memory we always will be together'
"Father, in thy gracious keeping leave we now thy servant sleeping."
On the morning of 18 August, 1940, Lance-Sergeant Button was ordered with his section to continue the work of excavating an unexploded bomb. Although he knew well that, owing to the time already spent on excavation, the bomb was liable to explode at any moment, he continued the work of his section with great coolness. The bomb eventually exploded, killing six sappers of the Section, and throwing Lance-Sergeant Button a considerable distance. Although considerably shaken he behaved with great coolness, collected the rest of his Section at a safe distance, ascertained that none of them was injured, notified the First Aid Detachment, and reported to his Section Officer by telephone.
"In loving memory of our beloved son gone but not forgotten. Mum, Dad and Vera."
"His life a fragrant memory / his death a silent grief."
"Died fighting for justice and freedom."
"He lives for ever in the hearts of those who love him so much"
"Requiescat in pace"
"Greater love hath no man than this."
He died / that those he loved / might live in freedom
"In loving memory of our son. / He flew out of our lives. / Always in our thoughts. / R.I.P."
"Peace, perfect peace."
RAF Flt Lt Stratis, W A DFC Captain (Pilot)
RAF Sgt R F E Haly (Flight Engineer)
RAF FO Greenfield, A C A (Navigator)
RAF Flt Sgt E P Hawkes, (Air Bomber)
RAAF 421601 Flt Sgt G H Knight (Wireless Air Gunner)
RAF Sgt H P Page, (Mid Upper Gunner)
RAF PO E J Roe, (Rear Gunner)
"Fide et literis" / "He was a verray parfit / gentil knight"
"In memory of my dear husband, loved by all. His devoted Wife, Mum, Dad and family."