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#Name* (↑)First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir Force (↑)Command (↑)Unit (↑)DateofIncident *See Note (↑)Aircraft (↑)TypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
1 BarabonoffJoseph AlexandernWO2R/129211Age 20CanadianW/Op/Air GunnerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Alexander and Polly (nee Ziebin) Barabonoff of Whitebeech, Saskatchewan
2 BeattieHarold DavidCorporalR/84899Age 25CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of William Allen and Jessie Catherine (nee MacIntosh) Beattie of Nash Creek, New Brunswick
3 BillVictor EdwardFlying OfficerJ/6683CanadianPilotRCAFEastern Air Command10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-09-04LiberatorV589DRCAF GanderTrainingLoss of control shortly after take off, crashed in Gander lake and sank.KilledOttawa Memorial, Panel 2. Column 3. Canada
Accident report
4 DynesCharles LaurieLeading AircraftmanR/173349Age 21CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Edgar Vernon and Gladys Elmina (nee Taylor) Dynes of Oakville, Ontario.
5 ElliottFranklin HicksSergeantR/74645Age 36CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Theron Edwin and Iola Ida (nee Hicks) Elliott, of Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A. Husband of Isobel Elliott of Slocan City, British Columbia
6 FinnEric MorganSergeantR/72026Age 22CanadianPassenger Wireless mechanicRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Arthur James and Hilda (nee Morgan) Finn of Toronto, Ontario
7 FisherFrank RobertFlight LieutenantJ/37357Age 22CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Steele and Agnes Ellen (nee Hamill) Fisher of Armstrong, British Columbia.
8 HamblyHoward KennethCorporalR/78656Age 24CanadianPassenger Airframe mechanicRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Howard Norman and Jenny (nee Harvey) Hambly of Woodstock, Ontario
9 HowlettWilfredWO1R/113408Age 22CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Henry William and Denelda Howlett of Galahad, Alberta
10 JenkinsFranklin ElwoodWO1R/72936Age 23CanadianPassenger W/OpRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Milton Everett and Elizabeth M. Jenkins of Hill View, Prince Edward Island
11 JohnstonJay SyverFlying OfficerJ/7987Age 21CanadianPassenger W/OpMiDRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of John Eugene and Florence (nee Goulder) Johnston of Sarnia, Ontario
12 JohnstonAlec ClareCorporalR/64066Age 22CanadianPassenger Aero engine mechanicRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of John Clare and Hazel Jane (nee Greenwood) Johnston of Islington, Ontario. Husband of Edithe Myrtle (nee Kent) Johnston of Toronto, Ontario
13 LamontJamesPilot OfficerJ/39103Age 23CanadianPassenger W/OpMiDRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of John and Mary (nee Hynd) Lamont of Abbotsford, British Columbia
14 MacDonaldRobert WilliamPilot OfficerJ/37357Age 21CanadianAir GunnerMiDRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of James A. and Annie Belle MacDonald of Woodstock, New Brunswick
15 MacNaughtonWilliam GordonSergeantR/7526Age 28CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of William and Goldie May (nee Gillis) MacNaughton of Valley Junction, Beauce County, Quebec, husband of Alice Belle Allison (nee Laite) of Montreal, Quebec
16 MarrRonald DouglasCorporalR/99167Age 22CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of George Oliver and Mary Florence Marr of Ketepec, New Brunswick
17 PattersonGuy RidgewoodLeading AircraftmanR/207868Age 27CanadianPassenger Radio telephone operatorRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of George and Catherine (nee MacLeod) Patterson of St. Bruno, Quebec. Husband of Jean Martha (nee Warren) Patterson of Cornwall, Ontario
18 PoirierJoseph Alfred RaymondFlight LieutenantJ/9147Age 21CanadianPilotRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Joseph Aime Poirier and Ann Marie (nee Ouellette) Poirier of Kenora, Ontario.
19 ReadEdwin WilliamLeading AircraftmanR/150207Age 19CanadianPassenger ArmorourRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Clifford Benjamin and Ethel Mary (nee Kingston) Read of Rochester, New York
20 SandersonStephen AndrewFlying OfficerJ/21297Age 24CanadianPilotAFMRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34

Courtesy Francois Dutil

Son of George and Helen Sanderson, husband of Marie (nee Carruthers) Sanderson of London, Ontario, Canada.
21 SilversteinJacobWO1R/67673Age 25CanadianW/Op/Air GunnerMiDRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Samuel and Dena (nee Packer) Silverstein of Windsor, Ontario
22 VeilleuxJoseph Achille John PaulLeading AircraftmanR/177329Age 20CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Emile and Marie Anne Veilleux of Thetford Mines, Quebec.
23 WareRaymond FrankFlight Sergeant4074Age 25CanadianPassengerRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Deighton Raymond and Marie Louise Ware of Vancouver, British Columbia
24 WoodStanley AlbertSergeantR/74645Age 38CanadianPassenger Aero engine mechanicRCAFBomber Reconnaissance Squadron10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-10-19B-24 Liberator3701HGander, Newfoundland2216TransportSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledSt. Donat Roman Catholic Cemetery Collective Grave Lot GE 34Son of Albert and Elizabeth Wood of Palgrave, Ontario
25 YoungJohn MaitlandWing CommanderC/939CanadianPilotRCAFEastern Air Command10 Sqd (RCAF)1943-09-04LiberatorV589DRCAF GanderTrainingLoss of control shortly after take off, crashed in Gander lake and sank.KilledOttawa Memorial, Panel 2. Column 3. Canada
Accident report

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