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Paradie RCAF Archive: 45,000+ Entries

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Harvard AJ759
1937 - Joined the RAFVR - From Regina - SK (**S)
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12 Dec 42 - Killed - Flying accident - Buried in Bunsland Cemetary - Calgary -
Battle of Britain

CWGC: Ernest George Ford son of William & Amanda Ford of Hessle, Yorkshire.`

On the 10th of December 1942 at 14:55 hours, Harvard Mk. II s/n AJ759 belonging to No. 37 Service Flying Training School, crashed near R1 at Airdrie. It was a dual training flight. The instructor was Flight Lieutenant Ernest George Ford. His pupil pilot was 1512542 L.A.C. H. N. Hall. The Harvard experienced an engine failure after take-off, stalled and spun in. The A.I.B. determined that the petrol cock had been turned off resulting in fuel starvation.

Commemorated Calgary Burnsland Cemetery
2 FordGeorge EdwardWarrant Officer Class IIKilled 1942-08-01 Age 25R/796569 Sqd (RAF)Commemorated Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, 9. G. 6. Germany. Son Of Alfred Ernest And Sarah Jane Ford, Of Cwmbran, Monmouthshire.
3 FordRoy DouglasFlying OfficerKilled 1944-05-28 Age 23J/27225427 SqdCommemorated Heverlee War Cemetery, 2. G. 8. Belgium. Son Of William Ernest And Mabel Annie Ford, Of Stratford, Ontario, Canada.
4 StubeltRobert FordFlight SergeantKilled 1944-05-08 AgeR/200124A/G106 Sqd

Lancaster 1 LL891 ZN-BBomb ammunition dump at Salbris. Claim by Hans-Karl Kamp of lll/NJG4. Commemorated Orleans Main Cemetery, Plot 1. Row A. Coll. Grave 16-27. France.

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