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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 CalcuttFred IrvingFlying Officer504371917Air GunnerRAFBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZDunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 123Son of Herbert and Clara Calcutt; husband of Constance Lily Calcutt, of Kings Lynn, Norfolk
2 CrampDennisFlight Lieutenant1133321914Wireless Operator/Air GunnerMiD

RAFVRBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZDunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 119MiD notification gazetted 2nd June 1943

Son of 2nd.Lt George Herbert Cramp, R.C.A. and of Gertrude Ellen Cramp, of Watford, Hertfordshire
3 JuniperKenneth StanleyFlying Officer1193011922Bomb AimerRAFVRBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZDunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 125Son of Percy Francis Stanley Juniper and Violet Juniper, of Harrow, Middlesex; husband of Haidee Juniper
4 LudlowArthur RonaldFlying Officer12865327th August 1921 in Emneth, Norfolk2nd PilotRAFVRBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZDunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 125Son of Charles William and Elizabeth (née Cowling) Ludlow. Both his parents predeceased him in Apr 1925 and Oct 1929 respectively
5 MoneyJohn EdwardSergeant5718471920Flight EngineerRAFBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZDunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 132571847 Sgt. Money was commissioned and promoted to Plt.Off , with a service No. of 525539, on probation wef 10th April 1943. it is not known why his rank is recorded as Sgt. on the loss card for ED331. His CWGC entry correctly records his rank and Service No.

Son of Edward and Elsie Money; husband of Jane C. Money, of Hanwell, Middlesex.
6 NettletonJohn DeeringWing Commander41425PilotVictoria Cross

MiD

RAFBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZRAF Dunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 118
7 SeagerDennis Ernest ArthurFlight Sergeant1254727NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZDunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 139Probate records show that he came from Lee in London and left his effects to a Ronald Ernest Seager. A birth record for a Dennis E A Seager has been found for the 1st Quarter of 1922 whose mother’s maiden name was Buckeridge. No further information has been found.
8 WoodIan MilneFlight Lieutenant40370415th July 1919 in Brisbane, QueenslandAustralianAir GunnerRAAFBomber Command44 (Rhodesia) Sqn
1943-07-12LancasterIED331KM:ZDunholme Lodge22:23TorinoOne of three Lancasters believed to have been shot down by a night fighter off the Brest PeninsulaKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 187Son of Jack Stephenson Wood and Annie Leader Wood, of Cremorne, New South Wales, Australia

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