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The Battle of Britain clasp (worn on the 1939-45 Star – or a silver gilt rosette if medal ribbons only are worn) is restricted to aircrew from 71 defined units
of RAF Fighter Command, Coastal Command or the Fleet Air Arm, who flew at least one operational sortie between 00:01 July 10 1940 and 23:59 October 31 1940.

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301 BroadhurstJohn WilliamPlt Off41898RAFBritish222 Sqd

SpitfireKIA1940-10-07Killed when baled out of his Spitfire I (P9469) after attacking a bomber at 16:50hrs on October 1940-10-07 over Salehurst, Essex. Hornchurch Cemetery England Age 23

302 BrookerRobert Edgar PeterFg Off39931RAFVRBritish56 Sqd

DSO & Bar

DFC & Bar

HurricaneKIA1945-04-16 Age 26Destroyed a Ju 87 on 1940-07-13, and a Do 17 on 21st of August when he was himself shot down by return fire from the rear gunner in a Do 17 over East Anglia, at 18:15hrs. Slightly injured during his force-landing in Hurricane I (P3153). DFC on 1941-05-30, Bar to DFC on 1942-03-27, and DSO on 1944-12-01. On 1945-04-16 leading 122 Wing when shot down and killed. He was awarded the Bar to the DSO on the 12th of February 1946-02-12 with effect from the date before his death. Wg Cdr Runnymede

303 BrookmanRichard WallerSgtNZ/40186RNZAFNew Zealander253 Sqd

HurricaneSurvivedMIABorn 24 November 1912 - Missing 22 February 1941, Son of Harold and Margaret Brookman, of Epsom, Auckland Enlisted Sep 1939 age 27. A commercial traveller prior to service. (Info courtesy AM New Zealand)
304 BroomPWSgtBritish25 Sqd

305 BrothersPeter MalamFlt Lt37668British32 Sqd

257 Sqd


DFC & Bar
Hurricane10DiedJoined 32 Sqd in 1936. Destroyed four enemy fighters over France and during the early part of the Battle. Brothers added four more enemy aircraft (of which three were fighters) during the latter half of August. Posted to 257 Sqd early September, he destroyed two Do 17s on the 15th of September. Awarded the DFC on 1940-09-13, Bar to the DFC on 1943-03-15, and the DSO 1944-11-03. Air Commodore in the latter part of the war.

Signed by Pete Brothers, John Ellacombe, Anthony Russell, Derek Yapp

306 BrownArthur EdgarSgt811139RAF AAFBritish611 Sqd

234 Sqd

Pre-war member of 611 Squadron Auxiliary Air Force. Called to full-time service on 24th August 1939. Training at 2 FTS, posted back to 611 Sqd on 10th August 1940 but was immediately attached to 7 OTU Hawarden to convert to Spitfires. On 6th September it was learned at 611 Sqd that Brown had been posted from 7 OTU to 234 Sqd instead of returning to 611. Joined 234 on or about 2nd September 1940. Posted to 2 CFS on 12th January 1941 for an instructors course. His subsequent service is currently undocumented until he was promoted to Flight Lieutenant on 29th October 1943.
307 BrownA WPlt Off78744British25 Sqd

308 BrownBMFOBritish1 Sqd

309 BrownBernard WalterPlt OffNZ/40187RNZAFNew Zealander613 Sqd

610 Sqd

72 Sqd
SpitfireSurvivedSurvived war2 February 2017 Age 99 in New ZealandBorn at Stratford, New Zealand, on December 6 1917 and worked for the Post Office before applying for a short service commission in February 1938. Accepted and left for Britain in September. Flying training in January 1939 and by early October had joined 613 Sqd, flying Lysander and Hector aircraft in the army cooperation role. Following the Blitzkreig in May 1940, the squadron was moved to an airfield in Kent to provide support for the British Expeditionary Force in northern France. As the situation became more desperate, the antiquated Hector biplanes were pressed into service. On May 26 Brown was flying one of six Hectors detailed to dive-bomb a gun emplacement at Calais. En route to the target, he test-fired his forward gun, but the muzzle attachment broke away, penetrated the fuselage and holed the main fuel tank. He jettisoned his two bombs and headed for base but ran out of fuel and landed on Herne Bay golf course. A few weeks later he transferred to Fighter Command. After converting to the Spitfire he joined 610 Sqd in late August. Based at Biggin Hill, heavily engaged during some of the fiercest fighting and when it was sent to the north of England to recuperate it was replaced by 72 Sqd and Brown was transferred to the new squadron. On September 23 during a patrol over Gravesend, he was attacked by Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighters and shot down. He was wounded in the leg and arm by cannon splinters and, with no control of his aircraft, was forced to bale out, landing on marshy ground near Eastchurch. After being shot down he was out of action for a few weeks. He then completed a flying instructor course and spent the next two years training pilots in Rhodesia. He returned to Britain in early 1943 and trained with Transport Command before becoming a ferry pilot flying routes to the Middle East. By the end of 1944 he was flying the four-engine Halifax and he then became one of a number of RAF pilots seconded to British Overseas Airways Corporation, flying Dakotas. Brown joined British European Airways after the war, flying with the airline until his retirement in 1972, when he returned to New Zealand. On patrol on 1940-09-23 in his Spitfire I (X4063). Shot down by Bf 109 during combat over Gravesend at 10:30hrs. His aircraft crashed and burned out but he escaped injury.
310 BrownCyril Bob 'Cyclops'Sgt109525RAFVRBritish245 Sqd

616 Sqd


HurricaneSurvived war1st November 2003.Born 17th January 1921. Educated at Southend Grammar School. Joined the RAFVR in May 1939 as an Airman u/t Pilot. Elementary flying at 34 E&RFTS Rochford. Completed training at 11 FTS Shawbury and RAF College FTS Cranwell, converted to Hurricanes at 5 OTU. 245 Sqd at Aldergrove on 4th October 1940. Flew patrols from Orkney safeguarding the Grand Fleet at Scapa Flow. Posted to 253 at Kenley in late November 1940. He was commissioned in October 1941 and in early 1942 he joined 616 Sqd at Kingscliffe. 25th May 1942 attacked a Do17 over Leicester but return fire shattered his hood. Splinter of perspex entered his right eye. Landed at North Luffenham. Despite wounds he reported to his station commander, G/Capt. Basil Embry, before collapsing. Eye was removed, he preferred a black eye patch hence the nickname 'Cyclops'. Back to 616, Basil Embry ensured he stayed on operations. Posted to 532 Turbinlite Havoc Squadron at Wittering. Then test pilot at the Aircraft and Armament Experimental Establishment at Boscombe Down. Specialised in flying and testing the Typhoon and Tempest aircraft in the ground attack role. He commanded the Fixed Gun Firing Flight and became an expert in rocket-firing. Almost shot himself down when a rocket ricocheted of the ground and hit his Typhoon. AFC (gazetted 1st January 1946). Empire Test Pilots School at Cranfield, after which he returned to Boscombe Down. In 1948 he was appointed as a tutor at the Empire Test Pilots School. Promoted to group captain, Brown commanded V-bomber airfield at Waddington in 1963. He regularly flew the four-engine bomber. Retired on 17th January 1972 as an Air Commodore.
311 BrownCharles Walter DryburghSgt902211RAFVRBritish236 Sqd

BlenheimKIA1941-06-30Charles Walter Dryburgh Brown of Ightham Common, Kent joined RAF September 1939 as an Aircrafthand. Later Airman u/t Air Gunner. Joined 236 Squadron in 1940. Posted to Bomber Command in early 1941. Killed on 30th June 1941 as a Flight Sergeant with 7 Sqd, aged 29 in Stirling I N3664 MG-Z, shot down by a night fighter in the Bremen area during a raid on Hamburg. See Allied Losses Database N3664
Becklingen War Cemetery Germany Age 29

312 BrownD MFg Off72067British1 Sqd

313 BrownDe Peyster DouwPlt OffC1094 (USAAF AO1699391)RCAFAmerican1 Sqd RCAF


1.5Survived war3 August 1991, Santa Monica USAAmerican fighter pilot who volunteered to fly for the RCAF in World War II. He was one of 11 American pilots who flew with Fighter Command in the Battle of Britain. Joined the RCAF claiming to be of Canadian nationality on 9 September 1939. Posted to 112 Sqd RCAF. On arrival in England he was sent to No. 5 OTU RAF Aston Down to convert to Hurricanes and then to 1 Squadron RCAF at RAF Northolt on 2 September 1940. On 27 September 1940 he claimed a Dornier Do 17 destroyed and a shared Junkers Ju 88. On 5 October he was badly shot up in combat with Bf109's but nevertheless pursued one into cloud, being later credited with a 'damaged'. His own aircraft crashed on landing back at Northolt but he was uninjured. Brown transferred to the USAAF on 25 May 1942 as a lieutenant, later promoted captain, and held the rank of major when he retired. He remained in the service for 12 years after the end of World War II and after the war was involved with the Berlin Airlift and possibly served in Korea.
314 BrownFrederick SydneyFSgt (later Flt Lt)46784RAFBritish79 Sqd

Hurricane0.5Survived war14th December 1956Born 27th November 1912. RAF Aircraft Apprentice on 24th April 1929. He passed out 28th April 1931. Applied for pilot training. With 79 Sqd. 24th February 1940 he shared a Do17 over Hawkinge, which crashed into the Channel. On 4th July Brown damaged a Do17. Commissioned in September 1941, from Warrant Officer, and retired on 9th December 1946 as a Flight Lieutenant.
315 BrownGeorge AlfredFg Off39851RAFVRBritish253 Sqd

HurricaneWIASurvived war1998Born India on 6th July 1912. RAF on a short service commission in April 1937. Elementary flying at 13 E&RFTS White Waltham then to to 5 FTS Sealand on 17th July 1937. Then to SHQ Duxford. 66 Sqd at Duxford 30th January 1939. To 253 Sqd at Kirton-in-Lindsey in May 1940. Forced-landing near Maidstone on 30th August in Hurricane P3802, following combat with Me109's. Preston Hall Hospital, wounded in the shoulder and with shell splinters in the legs. October 1940 Brown to 71 (Eagle) Sqd at Church Fenton, as 'A' Flight Commander. 1st August 1941 commanded 133 (Eagle) Squadron at Coltishall. November 1941 staff job at HQ Fighter Command. DFC (26th December 1941. Retiring on 6th July 1962 as a Group Captain.

Wounded 1940-08-30 at 11:15hrs. Force landed Hurricane I (P3802) near Maidstone after combat with a Bf 109.

316 BrownJames WoodSgt144933RAFVRBritish600 Sqd

BlenheimKIA1943-11-22 Age 28Born Broadmayne, Dorset England. 600 Sqd in June 1940. 16 operational flights in Blenheim during Battle of Britain. Retrained as a Sergeant Pilot. Commissioned May 1943. Killed on 22nd November 1943 as a Pilot Officer with 158 Sqd in Halifax HR977 NP-A from Lissett, Yorkshire. Came down near Klein Berssen during a raid on Berlin. See Allied Losses Database HR977 Commemorated Reichswald Forest Germany
317 BrownMark Henry 'Hilly'Fg Off37904RAFCanadian1 Sqd

DFC & Bar

Czech War Cross

Croix de Guerre (France)

Hurricane15KIA1941-11-12Joined RAF in 1936. In France 1 Sqd in Hurricanes where he shot down 5 enemy aircraft. Canada's first Ace of the War. Shot down on 1940-08-15 on patrol in Hurricane I (P3047) near Harwich at 15:00hrs. Baled out and slightly injured, rescued by a trawler. DFC. Rose to Wing Cmd. Killed on 1941-11-12. 15 confirmed kills 4 shared. Buried Sicily. Catania War Cemetery Age 29 See:
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318 BrownMarvin KitchenerPlt Off42101RAFCanadian242 Sqd

85 Sqd

HurricaneKIA1941-02-21 Age 25Born Kincardine, Ontario, Canada. RAF March 1939. Posted to 242 Sqd at Church Fenton on 6th November. To France on 16th May 1940 attached to 85 Sqd. Two days later, in combat with Me110's of I/ZG76 near Le Cateau, he was shot down in Hurricane N2320 LE-H with bullet wounds in the right leg. Evacuated to England, rejoined 242 on 13th July under Sqd Ldr Douglas Bader. On a local flight in Hurricane N2476 on 21st February 1941 he crashed at Grange Farm, Alderton, Suffolk and was killed. Buried Ipswich New Age Cemetery England

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319 BrownMaurice PeterFg Off40796RAFBritish611 Sqd

41 Sqd


Spitfire3Survived war20 January 2011Born London 17th June 1919. Educated at Holloway School. Joined the RAF on a short service commission. Flying training started 4th April 1938. In mid-June to 5 FTS Sealand, wings in September. Posted to No. 1 Electrical and Wireless School at Cranwell in January 1939 as a staff pilot. On 21st September joined 611 Sqd at Duxford. During the winter of 1939/40 flew convoy patrols, losing several pilots because of very bad weather. Over Dunkirk on 2nd June 1940 its first major action was with a large formation of Me109's his Spitfire was damaged and he landed at Southend with a burst tyre. Shared a Do17 on 21st August over the sea at Mabelthorpe. During September 611 flew as part of the Duxford Wing. On the 15th destroyed a He111 and shared a probable Do17. 28th September went to 41 Sqd at Hornchurch. Two days later he damaged a Do17. Shot down a Me109 on 20th October and the pilot baled out near Ashford. Brown landed at West Malling and collected the German pilot's lifejacket to confirm his victory. The squadron jumped a formation of forty Me109's on the 25th. Brown attacked one and claimed it as a probable when it disappeared into cloud, streaming glycol. This aircraft was later confirmed as destroyed. In January 1942 became 'A' Flight Commander. Posted 28th June to 61 OTU Heston as a Flight Commander. On 15th July he was transferred to the Empire Flying School at Hullavington and qualified as a flying instructor in October 1942. Brown was then posted to the Hurricane OTU at Tealing as a Flight Commander. From 21st July 1943 Brown was attached to the FTS at Cranwell, where he trained Turkish pilots on Spitfires to operational level. On 1st January 1944 he was posted to Training Command as Squadron Leader Flying and OC Satellite at 5, 9 and 14 AFUs, flying Harvards and Oxfords.

Promoted to flight lieutenant in January 1944 and subsequently to the rank of squadron leader. Air Force Cross in December 1945. He was released from the RAF in November 1945, retaining the rank of squadron leader. In 2004, Brown wrote 'Honour Restored' about the Battle of Britain and his exploits and those of his fellow pilots.

Signed envelope

320 BrownNorman McHardy 'Sneezy'Plt Off84958RAFVRBritish611 Sqd

41 Sqd


17 December 2013 Melrose ScotlandBorn in Edinburgh on 27 July, 1919. South Morningside Primary before George Heriot’s School. RAFVR as an airman u/t pilot (under training) a few days after his 20th birthday. Called up on 1 September, 1939. Posted to 3 ITW (Initial Training Wings) in Hastings, moving in April 1940 to EFTS (Elementary Flying Training School) at RAF Burnaston near Derby. Commissioned as Pilot Officer on 7 September, 1940, trained in Spitfires at 7 OTU (Operational Training Unit), RAF Hawarden, Chester. Posted to 611 Sqd at RAF Digby, Lincolnshire, immediately engaging in the Battle of Britain. 12 October 1940 transferred to 41 Sqd at Hornchurch. His Spitfire was returning to Hornchurch on 1 November, 1940 when, in poor visibility, it overshot the RAF base and strayed into London’s Barrage Balloon defence area. He struck a cable. 'The weather was still quite thick … my starboard wing struck a cable – not a pleasant discovery,' 'My first instinct was to bale out, but I couldn’t for two reasons; I was fully occupied holding the Spitfire straight as it tried to spin round the cable and secondly I could see I was over houses. If I had tried, I would almost certainly have killed myself. As it was I struggled hard with the controls and literally ‘flew down’ the cable with the airspeed falling dramatically. Finally, the aircraft stalled and did what I can only describe as a violent flick roll. At this point the cable, I think, broke and tore away part of the wing, and I went into a steep dive. On trying to pull out, the Spit turned over on its back at about 1,000ft and I thought all was over and I momentarily experienced the most unusual sense of complete tranquillity…' He went on to describe how he spotted a small housing development site just beyond a railway line and decided to try and land there. He aimed to hit the fence to reduce the plane’s speed, as the site was not very big and there were houses at the far end. 'I don’t recall much about the impact except that it was very much more violent than a normal ‘wheels up’ forced landing, which I had previously experienced. I was very confused and found myself in almost complete darkness and realised that the Spit was upside down and there was only a little light through the windscreen as it was buried in soil through into which it had ploughed.' He recalled the stench of petrol and thought 'he was about to be barbecued'. The canopy had slammed shut but two men who had been working nearby came to his rescue. 'A hob-nailed boot smashed the canopy. I was never so pleased to see a hob-nailed boot and I was pulled out after I released my straps.' Brown wrote: “The autumn of 1940, what memories! So very hectic, exhausting and frightening. The dangers, fears, excitement, the sadness and the fun, shared with some of the best people one could ever hope to meet. Waiting! Time is passed dozing, reading, listening to music or playing cards. The telephone rings: ‘41 Squadron scramble!” A dash for the dispersed Spits. 'Climbing at maximum rate, oxygen on at about 13,000ft, getting colder – probably about minus 30 degrees Centigrade … a gaggle of Messerschmitt Me109s dive on us out of the sun, their trails concealed by a drift of high cloud … gun button on to ‘fire’ … violent turns to meet the attack head on …chin pressed down on to chest and vision …darkening as G force increases … orange streaks of cannon fire pass too close … aircraft everywhere … a glimpse of an enemy fighter … a quick burst … more tight turns … a Spitfire dives past on fire and below, an Me109 with a Spitfire on its tail disintegrates … more evasive action, dive and tight turns and then level off.' Back on base, 'we thankfully retire to the local hostelry for the odd pint … there is no mention of absentees. So ends another day.' Left the RAF in 1941, Brown returned to Scotland and forestry. As a result, he volunteered after the war to assist RAF 317 Squadron, on the ground in the western-controlled zone of Germany, in Operation Woodpecker, a reparations scheme to get badly-needed timber to the UK where wood had been rationed for civilians during the war in favour of the military effort. In 1947, the operation also provided timber and peat for heating to Germans civilians, who had survived the war only to face displacement and freezing temperatures.
321 BrownRonald CliffordFg Off (later Sqd Ldr)41822RAFBritish229 Sqd

111 Sqd

Hurricane2.5Survived war19th March 1988 Age 67Born 18th September 1920. Educated at Dulwich College. RAF January 1939. With his training completed, he joined 229 Squadron at Digby on 6th October 1939. Over Dunkirk on 29th May 1940 destroyed Me109 destroyed. Later served with 111 Sqd. On 18th August 1940, together with Sgt. WL Dymond, he shot down Do17 F1+DT of 9/KG76. The aircraft came down at Leaves Green near Biggin Hill, the crew survived and were made PoW. Me109 destroyed on 15th October 1940. Damaged a Fw190 over Dunkirk on 25th April 1942.
322 BrownRonald John Walker (Robert?)Plt Off44925RAFBritish111 Sqd

260 Sqd


Hurricane1Survived war9th November 2003Born 9th March 1914, John Ruskin Central School, Croydon. Joined RAF as an Aircraft Apprentice in September 1929. Received many ‘unofficial’ hours dual training on Tutor and Atlas aircraft there. Applied for pilot training and was selected in late 1935. He joined No. 20 Course at RAF Halton. In December 1935 joined 10 (Bomber) Sqd at Boscombe Down, because of his soccer prowess as an RAF football representative. To 9 E&RFTS Ansty in May 1936, then to 9 FTS Thornaby in July. Qualified in November and joined 111 Sqd at Northolt on 22nd February 1937. 111 was the first to be equipped with Hurricanes, in December 1937, and was used a great deal in tactical trials. On 18th January 1938 Brown became the third pilot on the squadron to fly a Hurricane. In May 1940 111 Squadron carried out daily patrols over France, sometimes operating from French airfields, returning to Northolt in the evening. On 31st May over Dunkirk Brown got a probable Me109. On 6th June he was shot down by a Me109 in Hurricane I P2885 escorting Blenheims in the Abbeville area. Baled out and was put on a train and then sent in a hospital ship back to England. Rejoined the Squadron on 15th August and was back in action on the 18th, assisting in shooting down a Do17. It crashed and burned out at Leaves Green, near Biggin Hill. This was the aircraft claimed inaccurately at the time by the Home Guard, members of which fired at it with rifles. On 24th August he damaged a Me109 and on 2nd September he shared in destroying a He111 and damaging another Me109. Commissioned in September, Brown was posted to 260 Sqd at Castletown on 7th December 1940 to train new pilots. On 2nd February 1941 he went to the AFDU at Duxford, where he flew enemy and American aircraft. In October 1941 posted to the Ministry of Aircraft Production and transferred to the RAF Engineering Branch, closely involved with aircraft development and much later with the Martin Baker ejector seat. Retired from the RAF on 12th May 1947 as a Squadron Leader, retaining the rank of Wing Commander. He joined Percival Aircraft as Technical Sales Manager. He had flown 38 types of aircraft including the Me109 and Fiat CR42. In 1962 he moved to BAC and retired from British Aerospace in April 1979, as Executive Director (Marketing and Sales). He was made MBE for services to exports.

111 Sqd Pilots 1940. L-R: Sgt Ralph Carnall: P/O Ronald Brown: P/O Jack Copeman:F/O David Bruce:P/O Peter Simpson

323 BrownRobert SydneyAC21003565RAFBritish604 Sqd

BlenheimSurvived war2004Born 2nd October 1915 Gateshead. Shipcote School and Gateshead Secondary School. RAF June 1940. June 1940 to Yatesbury for a short course on airborne radar. 20th July posted to 604 Sqd at Gravesend. 1st November 1940 in a Blenheim on a fighter patrol when aircraft went out of control and he and the Air Gunner were ordered to bale out, which they did safely. Meanwhile the pilot regained control of the Blenheim and returned to Middle Wallop. Flew operationally with 604 in Blenheims and Beaufighters until December 1940. Attached to RAE Farnborough. Left RAF February 1946.
324 BrownDonaldSgt563089RAFVRBritish604 Sqd

BlenheimSurvived war31 December 1993 Horning, Norfolk England Age 81Born October 25, 1912, in Glascoed, Monmouthshire, Wales. Married Kathleen Newland in 1954, with the pair going on to have two daughters. His final job before retirement was as a clerk working for a sail makers and upholsterers business. In Aprill 2019 was confirmed to have flown operationally in the Battle and was therefore awarded the Battle of Britain Clasp posthumously.
325 Brown (no records found)PGFSgtBritish234 Sqd

326 BrowneCSgt127561British219 Sqd

327 BrowneDennis Owen MatthewPlt Off41234RAFBritish1 Sqd

HurricaneMIA1940-08-16On patrol 1940-07-19 in Hurricane I (P3471). Aircraft was set on fire during attack on a He 111. Crash landed at 18:15hrs unhurt. On patrol in Hurricane (R4075) on 1940-08-15, shot down near Harwich at 15:00hrs. Baled out and rescued by trawler. MIA next day. Runnymede Age 22
328 BruceDavid CampbellFg Off/ Flt Lt39853RAFBritish111 Sqd

HurricaneMIA1940-09-04 Age 22Born 1918 in Trinidad. Arrived England on 16th August 1925. Joined the RAF April 1937. 17th July to 5 FTS Sealand. Then joined 111 Sqd at Northolt. 8th April 1940 Bruce shared in probably destroying a He111 off Scapa Flow. Over Cambrai on 18th May he shared a Hs126, on 2nd June a pssible He111, damaged a Me109 and a Hs126. 6th June a Me109 destroyed and probably a Hs126 and on the 11th he claimed two Me109s destroyed and a Do17. Promoted to Acting Flight Lieutenant on 24th August Bruce, commanded A' Flight. Next day got a Me110 and on 2nd September he shared a He111 and damaged a Me110. Reported 'Missing' on 4th September after being shot down by Me109s. His Hurricane, R4172 believed to have crashed into the Channel five miles east of Folkestone.

Killed 1940-09-04 at 13:40hrs. Hurricane I (R4172) lost over the Channel after combat with Bf 109s. Runnymede Panel 4

111 Sqd Pilots 1940. L-R: Sgt Ralph Carnall: P/O Ronald Brown: P/O Jack Copeman:F/O David Bruce:P/O Peter Simpson

329 BrumbyNormanSgt742228RAFVRBritish615 Sqd

607 Sqd

HurricaneKIA1940-10-01Hurricane V6686 shot down in combat with BF 109s and 110s over the Isle of Wight. Hull Northern Cemetery age 20
330 BrunnerGeoffrey CPlt Off43941British43 Sqd


HurricaneDiedWounded 1940-08-26 at 16:45hrs over Portsmouth. Belly landed Hurricane I (V7308) at Tangmere after combat with Heinkel He 111s. Retired as Group Captain.
331 BryantR FMid (FAA)FAABritish? SqdNo Service Details Known
332 Bryant-FennL TFg Off40985British79 Sqd

333 BrysonJohn SamuelPlt Off41823RAFCanadian92 Sqd
SpitfireKIA1940-09-24Killed 1940-09-24 at 09:00hrs. Spitfire I (X4037) attacked by a Bf 109 near North Weald Sector Station. North Weald Bassett Churchyard Age 27
334 BrzezinaStanisław 'Breezy'Flt LtP-76782PAFPolish74 Sqd
Virtuti Militari

Krzyz Walecznych

Medal Lotniczy (x4)

Spitfire2Died1946-02-13Joined 74 Sqd in August 1940. Baled out of Spitfire I (N3091) over the Thames Estuary 1940-08-13, at 07:05, landed safely. Aircraft had been hit by return fire from a Do 17. Crashed in a Douglas DC-3 Dakota in Orpington near London, holding rank of Colonel. Orpington (St Mary Cray) Cemetery England Age 41
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Archiwum Polish Database

335 BrzezowskiMichałSgtP-5122PAFPolish303 Sqd Polish

Krzyz Walecznych (posthumous)

Medal Lotniczy

Hurricane2MIA1940-09-15After training on August 21 1940, he is allocated to 303 Sqd. From RAF Northolt in Hurricane P3577 on flight to catch German bombers. In a fight over Gravesend, Kent was shot down to the sea by a German fighter Shot down off Gravesend, at 15:05hrs in a Hurricane I (P3577). Polish War Memorial Northolt Age 20
Allied Losses Database

336 BuchananJames RichebourgPlt Off77033RAFVR609 Sqd

SpitfireMIA1940-07-27Shot down and killed 1940-07-27 in Spitfire I (N3023) by Bf 109 of I Gruppe of JG 27 flown by Oberleutnant Framm at 10:20hrs. Runnymede Age 25
337 BuchinMaurice Simon Henri CharlesPlt Off81626RAFVRBelgian213 Sqd

Hurricane1MIA1940-08-15Posted to 213 Sqd 1940-07-25. He and P.J.Philipart on patrol over Portland on 1940-08-11. Each of them shot down a Junkers Ju 88. Maurice Buchin was the first Belgian to be killed in the Battle of Britain when Hurricane I (V7227) was shot down over Portland on 1940-08-15 at 17:45hrs. Runnymede br>
Belgium Aircrew Losses

Archive Report Hurricane V7227

338 BuckJames AllenSgt742235RAFVRBritish43 Sqd

HurricaneKIA1940-07-19On patrol in Hurricane (P3531) Shot down by Bf 109 on 1940-07-19. Baled out wounded but drowned near Selsey . Stretford Cemetery Age 24
339 BucklandFrank WilliamPO84959RAFBritish74 Sqd
Spitfire1940-10-08Joined 74 Sqd in during September 1940. Killed in a collision with P/O D. Hastings. Brighton Woodvale Crematorium England Age 20

340 BucknoleJohn StanleySgt745402RAFVRBritish54 Sqd

SpitfireKIA1941-07-24Runnymede Panel 40
341 BuddG OFlt Lt90209British604 Sqd

342 BullCecil HalfordFlt Lt37594RAFBritish25 Sqd

BlenheimKIA1940-08-08Hundleton Churchyard
343 BullJ CPlt Off79227British600 Sqd

344 BulmerGeoffrey Gordon RobinsonSub Lt (FAA)FAABritish32 Sqd

HurricaneMIA1940-07-20Killed on 1940-07-20 when shot down in Hurricane I (N2670) by Bf 109 of JG 51 off Dover at 18:00hrs. HMS Daedalus . Lee on Solent Memorial Age 20
345 BumsteadR FSgt53138British111 Sqd

346 BunchD CSgt115674British219 Sqd

347 BurdaFrantišekPlt Off (later Flt Lt)82540RAFVRCzech310 Sqd Czech

Hurricane2Died1988-02-23Died Brno
348 BurdekinAlan GeorgeSgt142405RAFVRBritish266 Sqd

600 Sqd

264 Sqd

278 Sqd

577 Sqd

BlenheimSurvived warJune 2008Born 26 June 1917. Joined RAFVR at Derby on 29 March 1939 as an Airman u/t WOp/AG. Posted to 266 Sqd at Sutton Bridge on 31 October 1939 on Fairey Battles. Posted to 9 Air Observers School at Penrhos on 28 November. As an LAC Air Gunner he rejoined 266 on 9 January 1940. To 264 Sqd Martlesham Heath on 1st February. Promoted to Sergeant on 6 June and then posted away from 264 on the 13th to 5 OTU Aston Down to convert to Blenheims. 7th July 1940 joined 600 Sqd at Manston. Posted to 10 Signals School at Blackpool on 21st September for a wireless course. He completed this at 2 Electrical and Wireless School at Yatesbury from 4th January to 31st March 1941, qualifying as a wireless operator. Rejoined 600 Sqd till 16th July when he joined 125 Sqd at Colerne. 13th October 1941 went to 278 Sqd Air Sea Rescue. Commissioned in January 1943 and remained with the squadron until 18th March 1944. He then went to 577 Sqd (AA Cooperation). Released from the RAF on 29 December 1945 as a Flying Officer. Emigrated with his family to New Zealand in October 1947. He was in the RNZAF Active Reserve from 1953 to 1958.
349 BurgessJ H BSgt67601British222 Sqd

350 BurgoyneEricPlt Off42796RAFBritish19 Sqd

SpitfireKIA1940-09-27 Age 25Killed 1940-09-27 at 12:30hrs. Spitfire I (X4352) shot down over Canterbury by a Bf 109. Burghfield Churchyard England

351 BurleyP SSgt551809British600 Sqd

352 BurnardFred PercyFlt Sgt45461RAFBritish74 Sqd

616 Sqd

Spitfire0.527 AprilBorn on 9 March 1915 in Scarborough. Joined the RAF in January 1930 as an Aircraft Apprentice and passed out, in December 1932, as a Metal Rigger. He served in Iraq and Egypt. Applied for pilot training and became a Sergeant-Pilot. On 3 July 1940, flying a Spitfire of 616 Sqd shared in a Do 17. On 1 September probably destroyed a Bf 109 and damaged another. Joined 74 Sqd on 27 October 1940. Surprised by Bf 109s over Dover on 1 November, his aircraft was damaged, but he got back safely. Moved to 85 Sqd. Commissioned in March 1941, became an instructor. Served in India. Released from the RAF in 1947 as a Squadron Leader. Trained as a teacher and worked in the East Riding of Yorkshire, becoming deputy head teacher at Hilderthorpe Junior School. He died on 27 April in Newtonmore in the Scottish Highlands. He was buried in Laggan churchyard.
353 Burnell-PhillipsPeter AnthonySgt37848RAFBritish607 Sqd


HurricaneKIFA1941-02-09Dirleton Cemetery
354 BurnettNorman WhitmoreFg Off70101RAFVRBritish266 Sqd

46 Sqd

Spitfire /HurricaneMIA1941-06-11Malta Memorial Age 26

355 BurnsWilliam RichardSgtRNZAFNew Zealander236 Sqd

BlenheimSurvived war23rd May 1949Born Devonport, England 10th June 1912. To New Zealand in 1929 and worked on sheep and dairy farms. Joined the RNZAF in January 1940 and after training at Weraroa and Ohakea sailed in the SS Akaroa on 23rd March, arriving at Tilbury on 9th May. Gunnery instruction at 5 OTU Aston Down, posted to 236 Sqd at Thorney Island on 6th July 1940. Moved to 282 Sqd 14th November and then to 221 Sqd in mid-December. Off operations on 26th March 1941, to operate and maintain the searchlight on the first Wellington to be equipped with the Leigh Light for anti-submarine work. 10th July 1941 Burns to the Coastal Command Development Unit to instruct on the Light. January 1942 joined a searchlight development unit, 1417 Flight, which became 172 Sqd on 8th March and by June was fully operational. Burns posted to 210 Sqd on 15th January 1943, later moving to 59 Sqd and 279 Sqd. Commissioned in December 1943, with 279 until November 1944, then to 5 (Coastal) OTU at Turnberry. Back to New Zealand in September 1946 and released in December as a Flight Lieutenant.
356 BurnsOwen Valentine 'Ov'Sgt146278RAFVRBritish235 Sqd

279 Sqd

Blenheim130 June 2015, aged 99

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Born Birkenhead 1915. He joined the RAFVR trained as a wireless operator and air gunner. In June 1940 Sergeant Burns joined 235 Sqd at Bircham Newton, Norfolk. The squadron's Bristol Blenheims were slower than the likes of Spitfires and Hurricanes so were mostly confined to protecting aerodromes and escorting fighters across the Channel on bombing raids. As a gunner on the mid-upper turret, he had a number of close shaves during the war. On September 11 1940, he was in one of six Blenheims escorting six Albacores to torpedo the German fleet at Calais, where they met with anti-aircraft fire and were attacked by more than 25 Messerschmitts. Only seven of the 12 British planes made it back. On 18 November he shot down a Do 18 flying boat. On 14 February 1941, Burns was a member of the crew of a Blenheim which crashed on landing at Langham, Norfolk. The observer was killed, the pilot seriously injured and Burns suffered a broken collar bone. Burns joined 279 Sqd in December 1941, flying in Hudsons equipped with airborne lifeboats. Commissioned in February 1943, he became an instructor. In January 1945 he was appointed Gunnery Officer for 19 Group, Plymouth and a month later he became PA to AOC, AVM CBS Spackman. He left the RAF in March 1948. Left the RAF as a Flight Lieutenant in 1948.

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357 BurtADSgtBritish611 Sqd

603 Sqd

358 BurtenshawAASgtBritish54 Sqd

359 BurtonCGFlt SgtBritish23 Sqd

360 BurtonDouglas LawrenceSgtNZ/40187RNZAFNew Zealander248 Sqd

BlenheimSurvived - PoWBlenheim P6952 shot down attacking enemy aircraft off Norwegian coast; Flt Lt G M Baird captured, Burton captured wounded, Sgt R Copcutt missing, W/O S V Wood captured wounded.[17] Born 14 December 1916 Opunake, Taranaki - Died 20 November 1974 Enlisted 5 January 1940 Age 24, prior to service a salesman PoW - Stalag Luft III - 20 Oct 1940 -11 May 1945 Briefly commissioned in the Air Training Corps 1950 (Info courtesy AM New Zealand)
361 BurtonHowardFlt LtBritish242 Sqd

362 BurtonHoward Frizelle 'Billy'Flt Lt33227British66 Sqd

616 Sqd(CO)

SpitfireMade leader of 616 Sqd flying Spitfires 1940-09-03. Formerly a flight commander with 66 Sqd From his log book: assessed as follows: As a fighter pilot: Above Average . As a pilot : Above Average. In Air Gunnery : Exceptional
363 BurtonLeslie GilbertPlt Off78081RAFVRBritish236 Sqd

HurricaneKIA1940-12-24Observer . Harborne St Peter Churchyard Age 26
364 BurtonLSgtBritish248 Sqd

Blenheim248 Sqd during the Battle of Britain flying Blenheims. On 1940-10-20 on a recce sortie off the Norwegian coast flying in Blenheim IVf (P6952) when shot down and made a PoW Also in the crew were G.H.Baird, R.Copcutt and S.V.Wood.
365 BurtonPercival Ross-FramesFg Off74348RAFVRSouth African249 Sqd


HurricaneKIA1940-09-27Born 1917 in South Africa. He joined 249 Sqn in July 1940, killed OTD 27/9/40. Out of ammunition flying Hurricane V6983 he pursued an Me110 . Eye-witnesses suggest he rammed the 110, chopping off its tail as both a/c crashed Killed 1940-09-27 at 09:50hrs. Hurricane I (V6683) collided with Bf 110 over Redhill area. Tangmere Churchyard England

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366 Bury-BurzymskiJanPlt OffP-0236PAFPolish303 Sqd Polish

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2KIA1940-10-24Aircraft crashed and Pilot was killed during a dogfight practice at Leconfield at 17.20 hours. Aircraft spun into the ground at Bishop Burton, near Beverley, three miles West of Leconfield. Location : United Kingdom. 307 Squadron 10 September 1940; No.5 OTU 2 October 1940; 303 Squadron 11 October 1940. Leconfield St Catherine Churchyard Age 25
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367 BushBasil MartinSgt101038British504 Sqd

368 BushCharles RoyPlt OffNZ/42691RNZAFNew Zealander242 Sqd

Hurricane2SurvivedKIFA1948-11-30Born in Wellington, New Zealand 1918-02-07. Joined RAF. In May 1940 converted to Gladiators posted to 615 Sqd at Abbeville in northern France. Conversion course on Hurricanes then he joined 242 Sqd at Biggin Hill on 5th June. Douglas Bader took command of the much-depleted and demoralized squadron, reforming and reorganizing it to become operational again on the 9th of July. Bush in the final weeks of the Battle of Britain destroyed two enemy aircraft, probably another and damaged two more. On the 15th of September 1945 Bush was one of twelve pilots led by Douglas Bader in the first Battle of Britain fly past over London. He returned home in November 1946 and was given command of the General Purposes Communications Flight at Ohakea. On 1948-11-30, Bush carried out a photographic reconnaissance in the Gisborne area. After landing briefly at Napier his aircraft departed for Ohakea. When the Oxford failed to arrive a search was made and the wrecked aircraft was found in the Ruahines. It is believed to have broken up in the air with fatal results for Roy Bush and his crew of 2. Navigator Henry Rennie, and Aircrafthand Robert Roper

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369 BushellGordon DownsSgt745584RAFVRBritish213 Sqd

Hurricane4 + 1 probableKIA1940-12-31Born on 15th October 1916. Educated at Magdalen College School, Brackley, Northamptonshire , where he became top boy. Intending to take up tea-broking, towards this ambition in January 1937 he was presented with his certificate in the Guild Hall, but having in November 1938 joined the Volunteer Reserve of the RAF, he was called up at the outbreak of war and posted to 213 Squadron, flying Hurricanes. . Joined RAFVR in April 1939. Training at 5 FTS Sealand on No. 44 Course, 6 OTU Sutton Bridge on 18th May 1940. Converted to Hurricanes to 213 Squadron on the 25th May. On 12th August he claimed two Me110’s destroyed and another two days later. On the 13th he probably destroyed a Me109 and on the 15th he claimed another Me110 destroyed. On June 18th 1940 the squadron flew to the small civilian grass airfield at Exeter, and would remain in the thick of the action throughout the Battle of Britain. In fact as a veteran of aerial combat, on November 25th 1940 Gordon, as a Sergeant Pilot, was mentioned in a despatch ‘for gallant and distinguished service as a fighter pilot during the Battle of Britain,’ and this regarded an incident which occurred at 22,000 feet south of the Isle of Wight, when his squadron engaged over 100 enemy aircraft. Despite baling out, the Squadron Leader was attacked by three Messerschmitts, but warding off the enemy aircraft Gordon destroyed one and, by radioing the coastguard, enabled the downed pilot to be rescued.On 15th October he was flying as No.2 to F/Lt. JM Strickland when they were engaged by Me109s over Swanage. Strickland, in Hurricane V6544, went down badly damaged. Three Me109s attempted to finish him off but Bushell warded them off till Strickland was able to force-land in a field. Bushell damaged one of the 109s and for his conduct was awarded a Mention in Despatches (gazetted November 1940). He damaged another on 17th October. Killed on 31st December 1940 when he crashed in a snowstorm at Risby Park, Beverley, Yorkshire in Hurricane P3267. On 31st December 1940 flying in a snowstorm with five other aircraft when it made a violent turn to port and broke away from the other aircraft. A short time later it dived into the groundat Risby Park, Beverley at 12.03hrs. Why the aircraft made the violent turn to break away from the other aircraft was never understood. Buried Bletchley Cemetery

Son of Joseph Downs Bushell and Margery Bushell, of Fenny Stratford.

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370 ButlerWilliam LouisSgt Later W/ONZ/406602RNZAFNew Zealander278 SqdDFCBlenheimSurvivedBorn 7 July 1913 Leicester, England - Died 26 October 1978 264 Squadron, RAF - 277 Squadron, RAF -278 Squadron, RAF DFC. 21 August 1944. For many air-sea rescues. Four Air Gunners awarded the Battle of Britain Clasp by the RNZAF but their entitlement is not recognised by the Battle of Britain Association because of lack of Documentary evidenc. (Info courtesy AM New Zealand)
371 ButterfieldSamuel LeslieSgt563441RAFBritish213 Sqd


HurricaneKIA1940-08-11Shot down and killed of Portland 1940-08-11 in Hurricane I (P3789) at 11:00hrs. Buried at Bolougne Eastern France. He was 27 years old.
372 ButterickA FSgt202121British232 Sqd

373 ButterworthKAC21050688British23 Sqd

374 Byng-HallPercyPlt OffCanadian29 Sqd

375 CainAnthony RichardSgt755057RAFVRBritish235 Sqd

BlenheimKIA1941-06-15 Age 21Born Harpenden, Hertfordshire 1919. Joined RAFVR June 1939 as an Airman u/t WOp/AG. Called up 1st September 1939. Posted to 235 Sqd on Blenheims. He served with them throughout the Battle and was still with them when he was killed on 15th June 1941. Blenheim IV V5452 LA-N was on an anti-shipping sortie off Norway when it was shot down by a fighter. The pilot, F/Lt. WB Goddard DFC, and observer F/Sgt. H Smith were also lost and are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial. Cain’s body was washed up in Sweden and he is buried in Kviberg Cemetery, Gothenburg Swedcen. Appears on the Vauxhall Motors war memorial at Luton. Wireless Operator Kviberg Cemetery Sweden

376 CaisterJames RussellPlt Off44826British603 Sqd

SpitfirePoW 1940-09-06 at 13:30hrs. Shot down by fighters from JG 54 over the Channel near to Calais. Force landed Spitfire I (X4260) in France. Official Ace
377 CalderheadGeorge DouglasPlt Off86333RAFVRBritish54 Sqd

SpitfireKIA1942-01-12Sherwood Cemetery Canada Age 23
378 CalderwoodThomas MorrowSgt106757British85 Sqd

379 CaleFrancis WalterPlt Off42104RAFAustralian266 Sqd
SpitfireKIA1940-08-151940-08-15 shot down in Spitfire I (N3168) near Maidstone at 18:50hrs. Seen to bale out and parachute opened. Only thing found was a parachute with burnt straps. Body recovered from River Medway 1940-08-16. Hanwell Cemetery England

380 CalthorpeSgtBritish25 Sqd

381 CambellDCOSgtBritish66 Sqd

382 CambridgeWilliam PercivalFlt Lt37791RAFBritish253 Sqd

HurricaneKIA1940-09-06Shot down and killed 1940-09-06 at 09:15hrs. Baled out of Hurricane I (P3032) but was dead on landing. Reading Henley Road Cemetery Age 25.
383 CameronJames DouglasSgt747925RAFVRBritish604 Sqd

BlenheimKIA1942-05-09Wireless Operator/Air Gunner . Berlin War Cemetery Age 23
384 CameronMatthewFlt Sgt45540British66 Sqd

385 CameronNeilSgt102585RAFBritish1 Sqd

17 Sqd





Hurricane5Died1985-01-29Official Ace. Cameron was brought up by his mother and grandfather in Perth, his father having died when he was three weeks old. Attended the Northern District School. Joined the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve in May 1939 and started his flying training at No. 3 Initial Training Wing at Hastings. From March to September 1940 he completed his elementary pilot training, advanced training and operational training before being posted to 1 Sqd at Wittering as a sergeant pilot flying Hurricanes. He was posted to 17 Sqd at RAF Martlesham Heath in October 1940 in time to take part in the final stages of the Battle of Britain. Joined 134 Sqd at Murmansk in northern Russia in July 1941 and was granted a commission with the war substantive rank of pilot officer on 31 July 1941. Off the coast of northern Russia he was required to take-off from a Royal Navy aircraft carrier without practice. Promoted to the war substantive rank of flying officer on 4 March 1942, he joined 213 Sqd, part of the Desert Air Force, in August 1942, and he was promoted to the war substantive rank of squadron leader on 4 March 1943. In this role he took part in the Battle of Alam el Halfa in September 1942, the First Battle of El Alamein in July 1942 and the Second Battle of El Alamein in October 1942. Advisor to 335 (Hellenic) Sqd in April 1943 and, having been mentioned in despatches on 2 June 1943, he joined the Air Staff responsible for Fighter Operations at Headquarters No. 224 Group in October 1943. He became Officer Commanding 258 Sqd operating in Burma in February 1944 and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross on 21 November 1944 and the Distinguished Service Order on 2 October 1945.
386 CampbellAlan Robert McLeodPlt OffCanadian54 Sqd

SpitfireDiedWounded 1940-08-24. Spitfire I (X4019) was damaged by a Bf 109 over Manston at 10:40hrs.
387 CampbellAlanSgt391857RNZAFNew Zealander264 Sqd


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SurvivedKIA1942-07-29 Age 22Born 23 January 1920 - Died 29 July 1942 Son of John & Mary Hannah Campbell of Hawera, Taranaki, New Zealand. Enlisted 1939 age 19 Royal Air Force, 264 Squadron - 5 Operational Training Unit - 156 Squadron, RAF - 23 Operational Training Unit A Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany. Coll. grave 14. F. 12-14

388 CampbellAlexander MiddletonFlt Lt34932British29 Sqd

389 CampbellDavid BaillieSgtNZ/40604RNZAFNew Zealander23 Sqd


BlenheimSurvivedDied 1 June 1984Born 8 June 1920 Te Kopuru, Northland - Died 1 June 1984 Enlisted 13 February 1940 Age 19 prior to service worked as a postman 15th North Auckland Territorial Regiment - Royal New Zealand Air Force, attached Royal Air Force - 23 Squadron - 116 Squadron, RAF - 1653 Conversion Unit - 159 Squadron, RAF - 160 Squadron, RAF - Royal Air Force, 178 Squadron - No. 1 OTU Ohakea
390 CampbellGillian LornePlt Off81680RAFVRBritish236 Sqd

BlenheimKIA1942-12-23Durrington Cemetery Age 22
391 CampbellDonald Cairnie OSgt741676British66 Sqd

392 CampbellKenneth CharlesPlt OffBritish43 Sqd

393 CampbellNorman NeilPlt Off41824RAFCanadian242 Sqd

HurricaneKIA1940-10-171940-10-17 killed when he crashed Hurricane I (V6575) into the sea off Yarmouth after attacking a Do 17 at 09:00hrs. Scottow Cemetery Age 27
394 Campbell-ColquhounErnest WilliamFlt Lt39301British264 Sqd

66 Sqd


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395 CandyRobert JohnPlt Off79229British25 Sqd

396 CanhamArthur WilliamSgt939269British600 Sqd

BlenheimFlying Blenheims from May 1940 until January 1941, when Air Gunners posted away owing to re-equipping with Beaufighter. Discharged from the RAF in 1943 on medical grounds.
397 CannonBernardSgt1052310British604 Sqd

398 CapelBernardSgt902479British23 Sqd

399 CaponCardale Frederick AlexanderPlt Off42741RAFBritish257 Sqd

HurricaneKIA1941-01-01Pilot. Wounded 1940-10-12. Baled out of Hurricane I (V7298) after combat with a Bf 109 over Dungeness at 17:00hrs. Surbiton Cemetery Age 20

400 CapstickHerbertPlt OffJamaican236 Sqd


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