Historical Aircraft

Levitt to Lyttle

 

(Fortunae Nihil). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see WO. W.S. Anglin for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Navigator Levitt has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LEVY, HENRY LAC(P) R65809 – under training. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Dec.30/40 age 21. #31 Service Flying Training School, Kingston, Ontario. LAC.s Levy and G.D. Lowe were on an instrument flying cross­country training exercise and were both killed when Harvard aircraft # 2553 crashed at Westbrook, near Kingston, Ontario. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Levy is buried in the Roselawn Hebrew Cemetery at Toronto, Ontario.
LEVY-DESPAS, GUY ANDRE F/O(P) J5044//R56408. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Jul.9/42 age 20. #126 Squadron (Foremost In Attack). F/O. Levy-Despas served as F/O. Carlet, was awarded the French Legion of Honor and the French Croix de Guerre. He was killed when his Spitfire aircraft was lost to enemy action. Flying Officer Pilot Levy-Despas has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LEWIS, ALBERT ANTHONY LAC(P) R77452. From Montreal, Quebec. Died May.30/41 age 19. #13 Elementary Flying Training School, St. Eugene, Quebec. LAC. Lewis was flying Fleet Finch aircraft# 4410, was practising forced landings and crashed near St. Marthe, Quebec on May 26, 1941. He succumbed to his injuries while in the Neurological Hospital, Montreal, Quebec. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Lewis is buried in the Cote des Neiges Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec.
LEWIS, ALBERT BENNETT WO2(AG) R106451. From Muir, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jun.22/43 age 22. #408 Goose Squadron (For Freedom). Target – Krefeld, Germany. Please see P/O. N. Kellner for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class II Air Gunner Lewis is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LEWIS, ARTHUR LLOYD SGT(P) R60363. From Calgary, Alberta. Killed In Action Dec.5/41 age 20. #607 County of Durham Squadron. Sgt. Lewis’ Hurricane aircraft # BE 548 was carrying bombs and failed to return from a cross-channel sweep over France. Sergeant Pilot Lewis has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LEWIS, DAVID EARL KITCHNER LAC R181754 – aero engine mechanic. From Morden, Manitoba. Died Apr.19/45 age 30. #17 Service Flying Training School, Souris, Manitoba. BROTHER to James Fred Lewis. Death due to anesthesia while in the Station Hospital at Souris, Manitoba. Leading AirCraftman Lewis is buried in the Archibald Cemetery, Manitou, Manitoba.
LEWIS, DUNCAN HAMILTON F/O(P) J14319. From Belleville, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.15/43 age 20. #414 Sarnia Imperials Squadron. Target – Chievres. Belgium. F/O. Lewis was killed when Mustang aircraft # AP 224 went down in the sea off Dungeness, Kent, England. Flying Officer Pilot Lewis is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LEWIS, EDWARD JOHN LAC R53031. From Toronto, Ontario. Died Jun.7/41 age 25. #401 Ram Squadron (Mors Celerrima Hostibus). Died while in the Rauceby Hospital, England from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Leading AirCraftman Lewis is buried in the Scopwick Church Burial Ground, Scopwick, Lincolnshire, England.
LEWIS, FRANK EDWARD F/O(N) J10317 D.F.C. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.4/43 age 22. #7 Squadron (Per Diem Per Noctum), Pathfinder Force. F/O. Lewis had completed over thirty trips and had begun his second tour when his Lancaster aircraft # JA 854 was shot down at St. Thegonnec, France during a night trip to Berlin, Germany. WO. B.E. Lindsay was also killed. Five of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. F/O. Lewis had been wounded by enemy fire on December 4, 1942 and his #7 Squadron Stirling aircraft crash landed two miles north-east of Friston, England. He was shot down in a #7 Squadron Stirling aircraft over France on December 22, 1942 but escaped through Spain. According to enemy records F/O. Lewis was buried at St. Thegonnec but burial particulars were never ascertained. Flying Officer Navigator Lewis has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LEWIS, GERALD EDWIN FS(AG) R85962. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Oct.15/42 age 21. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus). Halifax aircraft missing during a raid against Cologne, Germany. FS.s A.G. Lee, J.A. Longley, L. Lowe, F/O. M.M. Tomlinson, Sgt.s I. Arbuckle, and A.V. Milot were also killed. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Lewis is buried in the Brussels Town Cemetery, Evere-les­Bruxelles, Belgium.
LEWIS, GERWYN WINTON SGT(BA) R168700. From Lethbridge, Alberta. Killed Apr.1/44 age 38. #20 Operational Training Unit (Train To Triumph). Wellington aircraft # X 3225 was seen to be on fire before it crashed four miles north of the Isle of Jura, Scotland. One crew member, not Canadian, was also killed. Three others of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Sergeant Bomb Aimer Lewis has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LEWIS, GILBERT ALLAN P/O(P) J85320. From Kindersley, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action May.13/44 age 23. #640 Squadron. Target – Hassell, Belgium. Please see P/O. M.K. Christie for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lewis is buried in the War Cemetery, Heverlee, Brabant, Belgium.
LEWIS, GLEN EDWIN FS(OB) R133341. From St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. Killed In Action Jul.4/43. #432 Leaside Squadron (Saevitir Ad Lucem). The crew of a Wellington aircraft were returning from the target when their aircraft ran out of fuel and crashed into a house near Henhurst, Kent, England. P/O. J.W. Baker and one of the crew, not Canadian, were also killed. Flight Sergeant Observer Lewis was buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey, England. His body was exhumed and moved by American authorities and the present place of burial is not available.
LEWIS, GORDON JAMES SGT(OB) R65885. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Jan.6/41 age 20. #1 Air Navigation School, Rivers, Manitoba. Sgt.s Lewis, J.D. Ross, E.J. Pink, F/O. M.D. Macbrien, and LAC. L.J. Gray were on a navigation exercise and were all killed when their Anson aircraft # 6016 crashed near Rivers. Sergeant Observer Lewis is buried in Prospect Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario.
LEWIS, GORDON RALPH SGT(WAG) R59848. From St. James, Manitoba. Killed Aug.2/42 age 21. #1 Advanced Flying Unit. Anson aircraft crashed at Goatfell, Isle of Aran, Scotland. F/L. H.C. Campbell (RAF), LAC. K. Whalley (RAF), Sgt. R.R. Hinton (RAAF), and one other RAF airmen were also killed. Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lewis is buried in the Cemetery at Kirkinner, Wigtownshire, Scotland.
LEWIS, HARVEY DANIEL P/O(WAG) J87689//R169772. From Ailsa Craig, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.29/44 age 26. #432 Leaside Squadron (Saevitir Ad Lucem). Target – Hamburg, Germany. Please see Clarke E.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lewis has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LEWIS, HERBERT DAL TON FS(P) R102653. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.7/43 age 22. #61 Squadron (Per Puram Tunantes). Lancaster aircraft # ED 359 missing from a trip to Lorient, France. Sgt.s C.F. Abraham (RAF), J.B. Hillhouse (RAF), A.A. Parker (RAF), H.L. Williams (RAF), G.E. Young (RAF), F/O. K.L. Morgan (RAF), and FS. C.B. Sullivan (RAAF) were also killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lewis is buried in the Communal Cemetery, Guidel, Morbihan, France.
LEWIS, HOWARD CLARK WO2(P) R83454. From Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. Killed In Action Mar.14/43 age 20. #9 Squadron (Per Noctem Volamus). Lancaster aircraft # ED 551 failed to return from night operations over enemy territory. Six crew members, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Warrant Officer Class II Pilot Lewis has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LEWIS, JACK EDWIN FS(AG) R139045. From Hamilton, Ontario. Killed In Action Jun.20/43 age 21. #10 Squadron (Rem Acu Tangere). Halifax aircraft# JD 109 missing, presumed over the target, presumed enemy action. Three of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed and three others of the crew, not Canadians, were missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Lewis is buried in the Bretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, France.
LEWIS, JAMES FREDERICK BYNG LAC(P) 644842 – Royal Air Force. From Morden, Manitoba. Killed In Action Apr.14/40 age 21. #40 Squadron (Hostem A Coelo Expellere). BROTHER to David Earl Lewis. LAC. Lewis took a Blenheim aircraft on a solo flight to Norway and did not return. He had a Canadian pilot’s license but didn’t take it with him when he joined the pre-war RAF. Due to his poor financial situation he was almost forced to join the RAF – but as groundcrew with a promise to remuster to aircrew. The war started and all trades were frozen. He was frustrated in his attempts to remuster after returning from France to the United Kingdom. LAC. Lewis took off in a Blenheim to prove he could before George fly. D. He setting Hill did of off some for Lucky low Norway. Lake, flying One over Saskatchewan the witness Officers to and the Mess now event at of lunch was Kelowna,S/L.time

 

 

The Russian forces had advanced and stopped just short of Warsaw and told the Polish underground General to rise up and attack the German occupying forces. This they did tor 2 months while the Russian torcres never moved – hoping the non Communist Polish underground army of 40,000 would be destroyed. They nearly all were. On August 14, 1944 a similar raid took place and another 11 aircraft were shot down. This cemetery contains the graves of 7 Canadian, 62 British, 40 South African, and 15 Polish airmen all killed as a result of this bizarre operation. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Liddell is buried in the Military Cemetery at Cracow, Poland.
LIDDELL, ERIC BECK S/L(P) 40234 – Royal Air Force. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Dec.1 /40 age 24. #50 Squadron (From Defence To Attack). Hampden aircraft was shot down near Mannheim, Germany. Three members of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Squadron Leader Pilot Liddell is buried in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LIDDELL, JOHN RAYMOND F/O(WAG) J43745//R252731. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Apr.26/45 age 20. #58 Squadron (Alis Nocturnis). Halifax aircraft missing. Please see Robson T.C. tor casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Liddell has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIDDLE, STANLEY MELVILLE FS(AG) R97888. From Burnaby, British Columbia. Killed In Action Jan.29/44 age 21. #7 Squadron (Per Diem Per Noctum), Pathfinder Force. Lancaster aircraft # JA 713 was shot down at Zuhlen, Ruppen, Germany during night operations to Berlin, Germany. Four crew members, not Canadians, were also killed. Two of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Liddle is buried in the Parish Cemetery, North of Church Braunsberg. Ruppen, Germany. His name is also inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Engletield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIDSTER, PERRY DESMOND F/O(N) J13829. From Brandon, Manitoba. Killed Jun.28/43 age 23. #22 Operational Training Unit, Wellesbourne, England. Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see Gladwin F.E. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lidster is buried in the Batley Cemetery, North Hinksey, Berkshire. England.
LIEBECK, KENNETH WILLIAM P/O(P) J4255. From Chesley, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.23/41 age 23. #10 Squadron (Rem Acu Tangere). The crew of Whitley aircraft # T 4234 were engaged in bombing operations when they crashed into a hillside at West Moreland, England, cause unknown. Pilot Officer Pilot Liebeck is buried in the St. John the Baptist Churchyard, Exelby, Leeming and Newton, Yorkshire, England.
LIEBECK, MILLARD MEYER F/O(N) J9774. From Chesley, Ontario. Killed In Action Oct.25/42 age 31. Beaufort aircraft lost. Please see Bendwig RA for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Liebeck has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LIEBSCHER, JOHN MARTIN BURNS P/O(BA) J88775//R162681. From Vernon, British Columbia. Killed In Action May.4/44 age 34. #626 Squadron (To Strike And Not To Yield). Target – Mailly Le Camp, France. Please see Macfarlane R.E. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Bomb Aimer Liebscher has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIEVENSE, SEMON FS R100278 – radio mechanic. From St. Boniface, Manitoba. Killed In Action Sep.22/44 age 27. #6110 Servicing Echelon. One of two killed and sixteen missing from a glider that landed in the Arnhem area of Holland, enemy action. Flight Sergeant Lievense is buried in the Oosterbeek War Cemetery, Arnhem, Holland.
LIFMAN, THORNHALL BALDUR FS(BA) R147416. From Arborg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Aug.18/43 age 22. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Target – Pennemunde, Germany. Please see Sheridan J.F. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Bomb Aimer Litman is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LIGGETT, GERALD CAMPBELL F/O(P) J35331. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Mar.12/44 age 22. #11 Advanced Flying Unit. The crew of Oxford aircraft # LX 745 were on a night cross-country exercise when their aircraft crashed near the Cat and Fiddle Inn, Buxton, Derbyshire, England. Two members of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. The last message received from the Oxford was at 22:34 hours. Other aircraft in the vicinity reported hearing LX 745 attempting to contact base at 23:30 hours; base did not receive. Flying Officer Pilot Liggett is buried in the Blacon Cemetery, Chester, Cheshire, England.
LIGHT, ALAN SCOTT LAC(P) R107481 – under training. From Battleford, Saskatchewan. Killed Jun.5/42 age 20. #4 Service Flying Training School, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. LAC. Light was on a solo flight and was engaged in unauthorized low-flying when he struck a terry cable stretched across the Saskatchewan river seven miles east of Hague, Saskatchewan. He was killed when his Cessna Crane aircraft # 8016 crashed into the river and sank in eight feet of water. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Light has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario.
LIGHTHEART, ALVIN ERNEST SGT(AG) R180436. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Apr.19/43. #22 Operational Training Unit. Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see Scott W.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Air Gunner Lightheart is buried in the Cirencester Cemetery, Gloucestershire, England.
LIGHTLE, HOWARD AUSTIN LAC R114616 – aero engine mechanic. From Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Killed Dec.14/42 age 20. #2 Bombing and Gunnery School, Mossbank, Saskatchewan. Bolingbroke aircraft crashed. Please see Shults R.H. for casualty list and flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Lightle is buried in the Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
LILLICO, ALLAN GAINFORD F/O(N) J29996. From Britannia Bay, Ontario. Killed Mar.14/44 age 33. #1 O Operational Training Unit. F/O. Lillico and Sgt. D.C. Adamson were both killed when Whitley aircraft # T 4337 crashed one minute after take-off at the Bessels Leigh firing range, near the Abingdon airfield. Flying Officer Navigator Lillico is buried in the Batley Cemetery, North Hinksey, Berkshire, England.
LILLICO, GORDON WILLIAM P/O(P) J85364. From Woodville, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.18/44 age 20. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Halifax aircraft missing. Please see Manson J.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lillico has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LILLICO, WILLIAM DAVIDSON P/O(AG) J93687. From New York City, New York, U.S.A. Killed In Action May.25/44 age 22. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Target – Aachen, Germany. Please see Smith P.S. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lillico is buried in the Canadian War Cemetery, Bergen-Op-Zoom, Holland.
LIM, PETER JAMES F/O(N) J44685. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Jun.23/45 age 23. #409 Nighthawk Squadron (Media Nox Meridies Noster). Mosquito aircraft crashed at Twente, Holland. Please see Skelly J.H. for casualty list. Flying Officer Navigator Lim is buried in the Eastern General Cemetery, Enschede, Overijssel, Holland.
LINCOLN, THOMAS MACLAREN F/O(WAG) J88452//R122791. From Kitchener, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.27/45 age 25. #251 Squadron. Hudson aircraft crashed. Please see P/O. J.J. Yule for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lincoln is buried in the Fossvogur Cemetery, Reykjavik, Iceland.
LINCOURT, JOSEPH HENRI BRUNO LAC R268794 – metal worker. From Montreal, Quebec. Died Jun.10/44 age 25. #9 Bombing and Gunnery School, Mont Joli, Quebec. Death by drowning in Lake Masson, Ste. Marguerite, Quebec. Leading AirCraftman Lincourt is buried in the Cote des Neiges Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec.
LINDE, JAMES ALEXANDER F/O(N) J22075. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Jan.21/44 age 22. #431 Iroquois Squadron (The Hatiten Ronteriios). Halifax aircraft # LK 680 was shot down at Wesermunde-Geestemunde, Germany during a night trip to Magdeburg, Germany. P/O. W.J. Louth, WO. J.P. McLeod, Sgt.s J.H. Di Pinto, C. Gilroy (RAF), and W. Kingham (RAF) were also killed. One Canadian, FS. G.E. Krentz, was taken Prisoner Of War. Flying Officer Navigator Linde was buried in the Garrison Cemetery at Wesermunde­Geestem unde, exhumed, and reburied in the Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau, Germany.
LINDEN, FRED J. SGT(AG) 425174 – Royal Australian Air Force. From Bragg Creek, Alberta. Killed Oct.8/43. Sergeant Air Gunner Linden is buried at Chester, England.
LINDENFIELD, ALVIN EDWARD F/O(BA) J29690. From Exeter, Ontario. Killed Jun.7/44 age 21. #1654 Conversion Unit. Stirling aircraft crashed. Please see Collinge F.D. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Lindentield is buried in the Stone/all Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. LINDENSMITH, GORDON LEROY P/O(AG) J90312//R212954. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.1 /44 age 20. #429 Bison Squadron (Fortunae Nihil). Target – Coquereaux, France. Please see Santo J.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lindensmith is buried in the Communal Cemetery, St. Martin-au-Bose, Seine Maritime, France.
LINDO, HAROLD LESTER S/L(N) J4762 D.F.C. From Sligoville, Jamaica, British West Indies. Killed In Action Feb.15/44 age 23. #103 Squadron (Noli Me Tangere). Lancaster aircraft # ND 363 failed to return from night operations over Berlin, Germany. Six of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Squadron Leader Navigator Lindo has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LINDSAY, ALEXANDER F/O(BA) J27428. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jul.27/44 age 25. #630 Squadron (Nocturna Mars).
Lancaster aircraft # ND 527 missing from a night trip to Lyons, France. \,,_ F/O.s H.E. Wilson, A. Bain, P/O. J.R. Gutcher, Sgt.s F.R. Arnold (RAF), l’ D.J.E. Fontaine (RAF), and P.A. Gilliatt (RAF) were also killed. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Lindsay is buried in the Des Carmes-Dechaux Communal Cemetery at Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de-Dome, France.
LINDSAY, BASIL EDWARD WO1(AG) R84482. From Humberstone, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.4/43 age 24. #7 Squadron (Per Diem Per Noctum), Pathfinder Force. Target – Berlin, Germany. WO. Lindsay had completed over thirty operations and had begun his second tour when his Lancaster aircraft was shot down at St. Thegonnec, France. According to enemy records WO. Lindsay was buried at St. Thegonnec but burial details were never ascertained. Please see P/O. F.E. Lewis D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class 1 Air Gunner Lindsay has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LINDSAY, DONALD MCLEOD WO2(P) R157741. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Jun.17/44 age 20. #99 Squadron
(Quisque Tenax). The crew of Wellington aircraft # HZ 719 were engaged in bomb ferrying duties and were seen going down in flames
in enemy territory. Six of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. As there was a body of the pilot of a Japanese Oscar aircraft found nearby
it is suspected that the airmen in both aircraft shot each other down. Warrant Officer Class II Pilot Lindsay is buried in the Military Cemetery, Imphal, India.
LINDSAY, DOUGLAS MAXAM FS(WAG) R58533. From Victoria, British Columbia. Killed Feb.5/42 age 19. #5 Operational Training Unit. Beaufort aircraft missing. Please see Johnson H.E. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lindsay has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LINDSAY, EGAN P/O(AG) J95386//R275676. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Mar.24/45 age 20. #550 Squadron (Per lgnem Vincimus). Lancaster aircraft # PD 320 missing during a daylight operation against Harpenerweg, Germany. F/L. J.B. Barnes and P/O. W.E. McDonald were also killed. Four other crew members, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lindsay is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LINDSAY, FRANK DONALD FS(OB) R62370. From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jun.6/42 age 21. #149 East India Squadron (Fortis Nocte). Stirling aircraft lost while engaged in night operations over Stettin, Germany. Six RAF members of the crew missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Observer Lindsay was buried in the Military Cemetery at Dusseldorf, Germany, exhumed, and reinterred in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LINDSAY, GEORGE WILLIAM LAC(P) R194621. From Kimberley, British Columbia. Killed Jun.12/43 age 20. #5 Elementary Flying Training School, High River, Alberta. LAC. Lindsay and P/O. G. Sinclair were on a routine training flight and were killed when their Cornell aircraft # FH 756 crashed four miles east of the aerodrome at High River. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Lindsay is buried in the Kimberley Cemetery at Kimberley, British Columbia.
LINDSAY, JAMES F/O(WAG) J19994. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Oct.14/44 age 22. #153 Squadron
(Noctividus). Lancaster aircraft # NG 190 missing from a daylight trip to Duisburg, Germany. F/O.s J.R. Brouillette, A.A. Picard, P/O. G.C. Bellamy, and FS. W. Greene were also killed. Two of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lindsay is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany. LINDSAY, JOHN P/O(P) J87617//R105252. From Kearny, New Jersey, U.S.A. Killed In Action Feb.14/44 age 21. #274 Squadron (Supero). P/O. Lindsay was flying Spitfire aircraft # ED 318 and was shot down while strafing mechanical transport in the Arsoli area, Taglio, Ozzo, Italy. He was killed when his aircraft crashed near the cross road at Villa Sevactiano, Taglia. Pilot Officer Pilot Lindsay is buried in the Beach Head War Cemetery, Anzio, Rome, Italy.
LINDSAY, JOHN DAVID F/O(P) J9555. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Oct.13/42 age 21. #1 O Squadron (Rem Acu Tangere). Halifax aircraft failed to return from operations over Kiel, Germany, presumed enemy action. FS.s F.J. Hogan, F.J. Dunajski, and F/O. R.S. Braley were also killed. Three of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Pilot Lindsay has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LINDSAY, MAGNUS JAMES FS(AG) R108705. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.27/43 age 21. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). The pilot of Halifax aircraft# JN 966 was landing after receiving clearance but a #103 Squadron Lancaster entered the Orem Lighting Funnel at the same time. The Lancaster was above the Halifax but the Lancaster pilot ignored the red signal, the two aircraft collided at 150 feet and then crashed at Middleton St. George, England. FS. W.H. Wade, Sgt.s A.H. Biggs (RAF), L.J. Shirvell (RAF), and three other crew members of the Halifax, not Canadians, were also killed. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Lindsay is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LINDSEY, DONALD COLE FS(WAG) R69761. From Battle Creek, Michigan, U.S.A. Killed Mar.26/42 age 20. #16 Operational Training Unit. Hampden aircraft crashed. Please see Dobie R.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lindsey is buried in the Old Weston (St. Swithun) Cemetery, Huntingdonshire, England.
LINDZON, IRVING F/O(N) J42510//R199478. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.26/45 age 21. #354 Squadron. Liberator aircraft lost. Please see F/O. W.A. Payne for casualty list and other detail. This was F/O. Lindzon’s 12th operation. Flying Officer Navigator Lindzon has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Singapore War Memorial, Malaya.
LINES, WALTER JOHN EDWARD FS(OB) R72363. From Walkerville, Ontario. Killed Apr.21/42 age 21. #138 Squadron (For Freedom). Whitley aircraft crashed. Please see P/O. I.A. Miller for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Observer Lines is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LINEY, GERALD JOSEPH F/O(BA) J40040. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Jan.28/45 age 22. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Target – Stuttgart, Germany. Please see Kay H.L. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Liney is buried in the War Cemetery at Durnbach, Germany.
LING, FRANK JAMES F/L(P) J27079. From Sardis, British Columbia. Killed In Action Mar.15/45 age 29. #50 Squadron (From Defence To Attack). BROTHER to Stanley Harold Ling. Target – Lutskendorf, Germany. Please see Thompson R.L. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Ling has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LING, STANLEY HAROLD LAC(BA) R268037 – under training. From Sardis, British Columbia. Killed Oct.30/44 age 21. #5 Bombing and Gunnery School, Dafoe, Saskatchewan. BROTHER to Frank James Ling. Anson aircraft # 6389 was returning from a night bombing training exercise when the pilot attempted to land through a ground fog. LAC. Ling was killed when the aircraft crashed 100 yards off the runway at Dafoe. Leading AirCraftman Bomb Aimer Ling is buried in the Carman Cemetery at Sardis, British Columbia.
LININGTON, DONALD ERWIN P/O(AG) J95376//R275311. From Dundas, Ontario. Killed In Action Jan.16/45 age 19. #12 Squadron (Leads The Field). Target – Zeitz, Germany. Please see Kerluk W. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Linington was buried in a Cemetery near Bentheim, Germany, exhumed, and reburied in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LININNING, WILLIAM E. F/O(WAG) J20858. From Lethbridge, Alberta. Killed In Action Jul.6/44 age 24. #298 Squadron. Halifax aircraft lost. Please see Fournier J.W. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lininning is buried in the Bretteville-Sur­Laize Canadian War Cemetery, France. LINK, RUDOLPH WALTER P/O(N) J18990. From Cam rose, Alberta. Killed In Action Jan.29/44 age 22. #464 Australia Squadron (Aequo Animo). Mosquito aircraft# HP 851 shot down thirty miles south-west of Munster at Marl, Germany during a night trip to Munster. The RAF pilot was ·also killed. Both airmen had just about completed their first tour of operations when they were killed. Pilot Officer Navigator Link was buried at Marl, exhumed, and reinterred in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LINKLATER, GORDON LEONARD WO1 (N) J90048//R93236. From Sudbury, Ontario. Killed In Action Jun.23/43 age 22. #153 Squadron (Noctividus). Beaufighter aircraft # V 8448 crashed north-east of Bone, Algeria. The RAF pilot was also killed. Warrant Officer Class 1 Navigator Linklater has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LINKLATER, JACK ALLAN F/O(P) J86650. From Dawson Creek, British Columbia. Killed In Action Aug.26/44 age 21. #576 Squadron (Carpe Diem). Lancaster aircraft # PB 400 went down in the sea off Hock Van (The Hook), Holland during a night raid against Kiel, Germany. Five Canadians, F/O. Rucker, Rogers, Sgt. Farrell, WO.s Tate, and L.H. Stevenson were taken Prisoners of War. Stevenson was shot while a Prisoner Of War. One of the crew, not Canadian, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Pilot Linklater is buried in the Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
LINKLATER, RAYMOND EDWIN F/O(P) J25837//R155759. From Burnham, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jul.15/44 age 21. #576 Squadron (Carpe Diem). Target – Revigny, France. Please see Sims G.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Linklater is buried in the Communal Cemetery at Loches-Sur-Ource, Aube, France.
LINN, HUBERT JOSEPH P/O(WAG) J94444//R166231. From St. James, Manitoba. Killed In Action Aug.30/44. #101 Squadron (Mens Agitat Molem). Target – Stettin, Germany. Please see MacKenzie SA for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Linn is buried in the Churchyard at Dejbjerg, Jutland, Denmark.
LINNELL, LLOYD MARTIN S/L(P) J2934. From Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jan.29/44 age 26. #434 Bluenose Squadron (In Excelsis Vincimus). Halifax aircraft # LK 740 was shot down twenty eight miles north by north-west of Berlin, near Linde, Germany during a night raid on Berlin, Germany. P/O.s A.K. Heaton, A.W. Hornby, F.J. Elms, Sgt. P.F. Wicks, and two of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Squadron Leader Pilot Linnell was buried in the Parish Cemetery at Linde, Ruppin, exhumed, and reinterred in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LINNING, WILLIAM EDWARD F/O(WAG) J20858. From Lethbridge, Alberta. Killed In Action Jul.16/44. #298 Squadron. Halifax aircraft lost. Please see WO. J.W. Fournier for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Linning was buried at Alencon, France, exhumed, and reinterred in the United States Military Cemetery, St. Corneil!, France.
LINQUIST, KENNETH VICTOR WO2(P) R83359. From Wembley, England. Killed In Action Dec.1/42 age 20. #152 Hyderabad Squadron (Faithful Ally). WO. Linquist was killed when his Spitfire aircraft went missing from a patrol over the Tunis area, enemy action. Warrant Officer Class II Pilot Linquist is buried in the Medjez-el-Bab War Cemetery, Tunisia.
LINSCOTT, HAROLD WILLS F/O(OB) J13974//R124837. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.7/44 age 26. #38 Squadron (Ante Lucem). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see F/O. C.F. Bull D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Observer Linscott has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Alamein War Memorial, Egypt.
LINSTEAD, JOHN BLAIR P/O(AG) J94527//R222288. From High River, Alberta. Killed In Action Mar.5/45 age 19. #426 Thunderbird Squadron (On Wings Of Fire). Target – Chemnitz, Germany. Halifax aircraft # PN 228 was outward bound when it was in a mid-air collision with another #426 Squadron aircraft before it crashed at Poolespring, Yorkshire. S/L. E.T. Garrett, F/O. J.L. Atkinson, P/O.s H.D. Mcleod, K.G. Parker, W.G. Miller, P/O.s E.S. Jerome (RAF), and W.T. Symes (RAF) were also killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Linstead is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LINTON, FRANK MALCOLM P/O(N) J86369. From Woodstock, Ontario. Killed In Action May.23/44 age 32. #50 Squadron (From Defence To Attack). Target – Brunswick, Germany. Lancaster aircraft # LL 744 went down in the sea off Borkum Island, Germany. Six members of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Navigator Linton is buried in the Sage War Cemetery, Oldenburg, Land Niedersachsen, Germany.
LINTON, LEONARD THOMAS P/O(AG) J89726//R181970. From Douglaston, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Feb.20/44 age 23. #207 Squadron (Semper Paratus). Lancaster aircraft # EE 126 missing during night operations over Leipzig, Germany. Sgt. J.T. Morey (RAF) was also killed. Five other crew members, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Linton is buried in the Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau, Germany.
LINTON, OSWALD ADAM P/O(AG) J88772. From Osgoode, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.15/44 age 24. #427 Lion Squadron (Ferte Manus Certas). Target – Stuttgart, Germany. Please see Steeves H.B. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Linton is buried in the War Cemetery at Durnbach, Germany.
LINTON, ROSS FRANKLIN FS(P) R142046. From Wolseley, Saskatchewan. Killed Dec.2/43 age 24. #132 Operational Training Unit. FS. Linton and the RAF navigator, Sgt. J.M. Crossley, were killed when their Beaufighter aircraft # EL 433 crashed at RAF Station, East Fortune, cause unknown. Flight Sergeant Pilot Linton is buried in St. Martin’s New Burial Ground, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland.
LINWOOD, WILLIAM FS(P) R62095. From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jun.30/42 age 20. #115 Squadron (Despite The Elements), Marham, Norfolk, England. Target – Bremen, Germany. Wellington aircraft# BJ 796 had engine failure and landed in the sea off Lowestoft, Sussex, England. FS. Linwood was the only casualty. Flight Sergeant Pilot Linwood has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIPPERT, JOHN WILLIAM F/O(P) J27245. From Kitchener, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.30/44 age 22. #440 Beaver Squadron. F/O. Lippert was flying Typhoon aircraft # MN 793 and did not return from bombing enemy troop concentrations north-east of Bretteville, France. He is presumed to have been shot down and killed after the run over the target as his aircraft was not seen afterwards. Flying Officer Pilot Lippert is buried in the Bretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, France.
LIPPI, JAMES RAYMOND P/O(P) J12498. From Oakland, California, U.S.A. Killed Sep.21/42 age 29. #2 Flying Instructor School, Pearce, Alberta. Cessna Crane aircraft crashed. Please see F/O. A.M. Vandre for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lippi is buried in the Mountain View Memorial Park, Oakland, California, U.S.A.
LISLE, JOHN BROWN FS(P) R67604. From Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. Killed Apr.20/42 age 21. #30 Squadron (Ventre A Terre). FS. Lisle was flying Hurricane aircraft # JGN 91 and entered the slipstream of another aircraft. His aircraft went into a dive at 800 feet and he was killed when he crashed near Kanatta. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lisle is buried in the Kanatta Cemetery, Colombo, Ceylon.
LISSON, DOUGLAS CLARK WO1 (P) R73337. From St. John, New Brunswick. Killed In Action Mar.15/43 age 24. #138 Squadron (For Freedom). Halifax aircraft lost. Please see Myers M.T. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Lisson is buried in the War Cemetery at Durnbach, Germany.
LISSON, HARRIS MANSEL FS(WAG) R84681. From Sussex, Kings County, New Brunswick. Killed In Action Nov.20/42 age 22. #150 Squadron (Aiei Anomen). Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see FO. J.F. Sweet for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lisson is buried in the Margate Cemetery, Kent, England.
LISTER, GERALD LAWRENCE P/O(P) J90220//R174931. From Amherst, Nova Scotia. Killed Dec.12/44 age 22. #1664 Heavy Conversion Unit. Halifax aircraft crashed. Please see Levine D. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lister is buried in the Blacon Cemetery, Chester, Cheshire, England.
LISTER, JOHN ERNEST F/O(OB) J4706. From Hamilton, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.12/42 age 22. #407 Demon Squadron (To Hold On High). Hudson aircraft missing. Please see Cowperthwaite L. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Observer Lister has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LISTER, THOMAS EDWARD UDNY F/O(P) J7821. From Buenos Aires, Argentina. Killed Sep.10/43 age 21. #3 Advanced Flying Unit. Oxford aircraft # OF 262 crashed at Dean Farm, Hatherop, England. Two other airmen, not Canadians, were also killed. Flying Officer Pilot Lister is buried in the Haycombe Cemetery, Bath, Somerset, England.
LITCHFIELD, RALPH FRANK F/O(BA) J25734. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Mar.31/44 age 27. #101 Squadron (Mens Agitat Molem). Lancaster aircraft # LL 861 was shot down by an enemy ME-110 night fighter aircraft, piloted by German Captain Tham, during a night raid against Nuremberg, Germany. This was the one of 108 Allied aircraft lost this night. One RAF and five RAAF members of the crew were also killed. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Litchfield has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LITTLE, ALBERT WILLIAM F/O(N) J11494. From London, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.10/43 age 26. #511 Squadron. Albermarle aircraft missing. Please see F/O. D.C. Clark for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Little has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LITTLE, ASHLEY LORNE LAC R105304. From Dinsmore, Saskatchewan. Died Feb.25/42 age 21. #21 Elementary Flying Training School, Chatham, New Brunswick. LAC. Little was involved in an automobile accident and died of his injuries while in the Miramichi General Hospital, Newcastle, New Brunswick. Leading AirCraftman Little is buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
LITTLE, GORDON JAMES F/O(AG) J25849//R172552. From Lorain, Ohio, U.S.A. Killed In Action Dec.16/43 age 21. #97 Squadron (Achieve Your Aim), Pathfinder Force. Lancaster aircraft # JB 963 lost during night operations over Berlin, Germany. Six of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Air Gunner Little is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LITTLE, HERBERT MICHAEL Lt(P) 053132 – Royal Canadian Volunteer Reserve. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Jun.6/45 age 21. Fleet Air Arm. Lost off H.M.S. Heron. Lieutenant Pilot Little has no known grave, his name is commemorated on the Halifax Memorial, Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
LITTLE, JAMES HAYWARD W/C(P) 90125 D.F.C. – Royal Air Force. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Jun.12/43 age 23. #418 City of Edmonton Squadron. Mosquito aircraft lost during operations, the RAF navigator, WO. D.H. Styles D.F.M. was also killed. W/C. Little had flown Blenheim aircraft with #219 Squadron during the Battle of Britain and had flown Spitfire aircraft with #611 Squadron and #1 RCAF Squadron. On September 11, 1940 he was wounded and had to bail out when his aircraft was shot down. Wing Commander Pilot Little is buried in the Grange Cemetery, Hoylake, Cheshire, England.
LITTLE, KINGSLEY CLARENCE FS(WAG) R68140. From London, Ontario. Killed In Action Jun.23/42 age 31. #420 Snowy Owl Squadron (Pugnamus Finitum). Hampden aircraft crashed. Please see Germain G.H. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Little is buried in the Newport Cemetery, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.
LITTLE, MARTIN STEWART F/O(P) J24320. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed Mar.25/44 age 23. #1659 Heavy Conversion Unit. The crew of Halifax aircraft # JD 317 were engaged in a Bomber Command Bullseye operation. They had successfully reached the datum point, recrossed the English coast at Portland Bill and were hit by friendly aircraft fire as they flew over London, England. The aircraft crashed at Lodge Farm, Lodge Lane, Chalfont, Buckinghamshire, England. All other six members of the crew managed to bail out but F/O. Little went down with the aircraft. Flying Officer Pilot Little is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LITTLE, PATRICK CAMPBELL P/O(P) J6854. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Jun.20/42 age 22. #407 Demon Squadron (To Hold On High). Hudson aircraft was armed with 2 x 250 lb. and 6 x 100 lb. bombs and failed to return from an anti-shipping strike off Den Helder, Holland. Sgt.s L.L. Aikenhead, A.S. Bennett (RAAF), and T.M. Dully (RAAF) were also killed. Pilot Officer Pilot Little has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green. Egham, Surrey, England.
LITTLE. RALPH ROBERT F/O(P) J41724//R193963. From Lockport, New York, U.S.A. Killed In Action Mar.23/45 age 23. #101 Squadron (Mens Agitat Molem). Target – Bremen, Germany. Please see Brooks W.H. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Little is buried in the Sage War Cemetery, Oldenburg, Land Niedersachsen, Germany.
LITTLE, ROBERT CALDWELL SGT(AG) R112950. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Dec.27/42 age 21. #179 Squadron. Wellington aircraft lost. Please see Tunney L.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Air Gunner Little has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LITTLE, ROBERT JOHN LAC(P) R147660 – under training. From Caron, Saskatchewan. Killed Oct.9/42 age 29. #13 Service Flying Training School, St. Hubert, Quebec. LAC. Little was killed when his Harvard aircraft # 3144 crashed near L’ Acadie, Quebec, cause obscure. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Little is buried in the Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
LITTLE, STUART WALKER F/L(P) J21422 D.F.C. From Agincourt, Ontario. Killed In Action May.25/44 age 30. #582 Squadron (Pre Volamus Designantes), Pathfinder Force. Lancaster aircraft # ND 816 lost during operatiosn against Aachen, Germany. F/L. J.P. Flynn and five members of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Little was buried at Aachen, exhumed, and reinterred in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LITTLE, THOMAS BRUCE F/O(N) J40372//R191039. From Dauphin, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jan.29i45 age 33. #408 Goose Squadron (For Freedom). Target – Stuttgart, Germany. Please see Siewert R.L. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Little is buried in the War Cemetery at Durnbach, Germany.
LITTLE, THOMAS BURGESS F/L(P) C1117. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Aug.27i41 age 24. #402 City of Winnipeg Squadron. A Hurricane and a Spitfire aircraft collided and crashed in the English Channel fourteen miles north of Calais, France. Fil. Little was killed in Hurricane # Z 5001. He had been wounded on September 11, 1940 while flying Hurricane aircraft with #1 Squadron during the Battle of Britain. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Little has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LITTLE, WILFRED ROBERT FS(N) R169221. From Ottawa, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.27i44. #44 Rhodesia Squadron (Fulmina Regis lusta). Lancaster aircraft # PB 346 crashed in flames near La Boissier­sur-Evre during night operations to Givor, France. Six RAF members of the crew, Sgt.s A. Barker, E.J. Courtenay, A. Craven, A.G. Dean, A.A. Williams, and FiO. D.N. McKenchie were also killed. Flight Sergeant Navigator Little is buried in the Communal Cemetery at La Boissiere­sur-Evre, Main-et-Loire, France.
LITTLEWOOD, JOHN ARCHIBALD PiO(P) 42617 – Royal Air Force. From Calgary, Alberta. Died Jan.16i40 age 20. #3 Service Flying Training School, England. Pilot Officer Pilot Littlewood is buried in All Hallows Churchyard, South Cerney, Gloucestershire, England.
LITTLEWOOD, MAURICE PiO(P) 87649 – Royal Air Force. From Vermillion, Alberta. Killed In Action Aug.8i41 age 22. #1 O Squadron (Rem Acu Tangere). BROTHER to Peter Ronald Littlewood. Whitley aircraft missing during operations over Germany. Sgt.s E. Bayley (RAF) and R.T. Timms (RAF) were also killed. Pilot Officer Pilot Littlewood is buried in the Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
LITTLEWOOD, PETER RONALD F/O(N) 126814 – Royal Air Force. From Vermillion, Alberta. Killed In Action Jul.30i43 age 22. #41 O Cougar Squadron (Noctivaga). BROTHER to Maurice Littlewood. Oxford aircraft crashed. Please see Fil. E.A. Murray M.i.D. for flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Littlewood is buried in the Scopwick Church Burial Ground, Scopwick, Lincolnshire, England.
LITYNESKI, STEPHEN WILLIAM FS(BA) R157090. From Ashville, Manitoba. Killed Nov.22i43. #1664 Conversion Unit. The crew of Halifax aircraft # EB 150 were engaged in night circuits and landings. They took off, climbed to 500 feet and then crashed at Blue Anchor Farm, Scotch Corner, Yorkshire. Sgt. N.J. Collins, WO. S.R. Doney, and three of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Flight Sergeant Bomb Aimer Lityneski is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LIVELY, HARRY HARVEY F/O(P) J29283. From Sheet Harbour, Halifax County, Nova Scotia. Killed Aug.16/44 age 24. #639 Squadron. FiO. Lively was flying Hurricane aircraft # KZ 570 in an air cooperation exercise and was killed when he crashed near Mount Hawke, Cornwall, England, cause unknown. Flying Officer Pilot Lively is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LIVERMORE, CARL HERMAN PiO(BA) J95258//R251768. From Dundalk, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.25i45 age 21. #76 Squadron (Resolute). BROTHER to Texas Roy Livermore. Target – Wangerooge, Germany. Halifax aircraft # AG 591 was hit by flak over the target then exploded and crashed on Wangerooge Island. FiO. J. Ramsay, PiO. J.L. Outerson, and four RAF members of the crew were also killed.Halifax # RG 553 (#76 Sqdn.) also crashed on the Island on this same date. Following is a list of RAF caualties from both aircraft; FS.s A.G. Artus, G. Gibson, Sgt.s J.W. Burdall, J. Nicholson, D.B.N. Stanes, and P/O. R.I. Sweet. Please see P/O. L.L. Slauenwhite for information regarding RG 553. Pilot Officer Bomb Aimer Livermore has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIVERMORE, TEXAS ROY P/O(N) J17974//R100909. From Dundalk, Ontario. Killed In Action May.24/43 age 21. #408 Goose Squadron (For Freedom). BROTHER to Carl Herman Livermore. Target -Dortmund, Germany. Please see Slabotsky D. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Navigator Livermore has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIVING, CHARLES HENRY F/L(P) J12206//R102754. From Edmonton, Alberta. Killed In Action Feb.22/45 age 30. #576 Squadron (Carpe Diem). Lancaster aircraft # ME 735 missing during a night trip, an attack against Duisburg, Germany. P/O. J.A. Russell and three of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Two of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Living is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LIVINGSTON, GORDON ARCHIE P/O(FE) J95389//R257629. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Apr.14/45 age 20. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Lancaster aircraft # KB 866 failed to return from a night attack against Kiel, Germany. F/O.s C.R. Loft, D.W. Wincott, P/O.s E.R. Wightman, C.C. Maclaren, W. Henderson, and G.J. Jones were also killed. These airmen were the last members of this Squadron to lose their lives while on operations during the war, this was their fourth trip. Pilot Officer Flight Engineer Livingston has no known grave, his name Is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT ANDREW P/O(WAG) J17110 D.F.C. From Rosebank, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jun.22/43 age 21. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus), Pathfinder Force. Target -Krefeld, Germany. Please see F/L. S.L. Murrell D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. P/O. Livingston had flown over thirty operations and had begun his second tour prior to his death. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Livingston is buried in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LIVINGSTONE, JOHN GEORGE STANLEY JOSEPH F/O(P) J85932. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Apr.14/45 age 24. #438 Wild Cat Squadron (Going Down). Target -the Marshalling Yards at Zevan, Germany. F/O. Livingstone, flying Typhoon aircraft# MN 989, returned from the operation, did a roll whilst in the landing circuit and was killed when he crashed five miles west of Osnabruck, Germany. Flying Officer Pilot Livingstone is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LIVINGSTONE, ROBERT DOUGLAS SGT(AG) R180315. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jan.21/44 age 20. #158 Squadron (Strength In Unity). Halifax aircraft # HX 335 missing whilst engaged in operations over Magdeburg, Germany. Six of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Sergeant Air Gunner Livingstone is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LIVINGSTONE, SAMUEL GEORGE P/O(AG) J86829//R186805. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action May.13/44 age 21. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Target -Louvain, Belgium. Please see Smith H.I. for casualty list and flight detail. This was P/O. Livingstone’s 16th operation. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Livingstone is buried in the Brussels Town Cemetery, Evere-les-Bruxelles, Belgium.
LIVIS, MORTIMER SGT(OB) R56152. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Jul.8/41 age 20. #44 Rhodesia Squadron (Fulmina Regis lusta). Hampden aircraft# AE 153 failed to return from operations. Two of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Sergeant Observer Livis has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LIZOTTE, RAY LEONIDAS JOSEPH FS(WAG) R69765. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.30/41 age 20. #58 Squadron (Alis Nocturnis). Whitley aircraft # Z 6507 missing from night operations. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lizotte has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LLEWELLIN, GEORGE TUCKER P/O(FE) J95384//R173742. From Hamilton, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.15/44 age 31. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Target -Hagen, Germany. Please see F/O. E.R. Evans D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Flight Engineer Llewellin was buried in the U.S. Cemetery at Margraten, Holland, exhumed, and reinterred in the Nederweert British Cemetery, Limburg, Holland.
LLEWELLYN, FRANK SGT(P) R81065. From Bismarck, North Dakota, U.S.A. Killed Feb.8/42 age 23. #120 Operational Training Unit. Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see Donaldson W.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Pilot Llewellyn is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LLOYD, CLARENCE FRANKLIN FS(WAG) R62683. From Granby, Quebec. Killed In Action Aug.1/42 age 22. #408 Goose Squadron (For Freedom). Hampden aircraft went down near Turnhout, Belgium during a night raid against Dusseldorf, Germany. Sgt.s H. Price (RAF) and H.C.A. Warr (RAAF) were also killed. One Canadian, Sgt. O.M. Nelson, was taken Prisoner Of War. The three airmen who were killed are buried in a collective grave on the south-east side of the church. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lloyd is buried in the Severdonk Churchyard, Turnhout, Belgium.
LLOYD, DEUEL DEWITT F/O(N) J40199//R155389. From Leamington, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.11/44 age 22. #180 Squadron (Sauviter In Modo Fortiter In Re). Mitchell aircraft # FW 228 was in a mid-air collision and crashed near Brussels whilst engaged in operations against Oldenzahle, Holland. F/L. D.S. Martinson was also killed. Two members of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Navigator Lloyd is buried in the Brussels Town Cemetery, Evere-les-Bruxelles, Belgium.
LLOYD, GEORGE HENRY F/O(BA) J42728. From Wingham, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.4/45 age 19. #1664 Heavy Conversion Unit. Halifax aircraft # NA 612 was shot down by an enemy fighter aircraft at Bgafferton, Yorkshire. P/O. K.W. Griffey, WO.s J.W. Buttrey, L.T. Chevrier, FS.s J.E. Fielder, L. Boardman, and one of the crew, not Canadian, were also killed. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Lloyd is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LLOYD, HUBERT HERBERT SGT(P) 401508 -Royal Air Force. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed Feb.1/43. Sergeant Pilot Lloyd is buried at Trent, Nottinghamshire, England.
LLOYD, WILLIS HILSON F/O(P) J27896//R153308. From Ottawa, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.29/44 age 23. #162 Bomber Reconnaissance Squadron (Sectabimur Usque Per Ima). Canso aircraft crashed. Please see Townsend R.W. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Lloyd is buried in the Lerwick Cemetery, Shetland Islands, Scotland.
LOATES, HENRY GEORGE SGT(WAG) 617644 -Royal Air Force. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Mar.2/41 age 21. #61 Squadron (Per Puram Tunantes). Hampden aircraft lost during operations. Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Loates is buried in the St. Mary Churchyard, Great Bircham, Bircham, Norfolk, England.
LOBB, BENJAMIN JACK WO2(BA) R110978. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jan.21/44 age 20. #115 Squadron (Despite The Elements), Witchford, England. Lancaster aircraft # LL 650 was shot down at Waltersdorf, Germany, during a night trip to Berlin, Germany. FS. R. Brotherton (RAF), P/O. D. Canning (RAF), Sgt.s J.D. Groves (RAF), J. Hill (RAF), and A. Mickus (RAF) were also killed. One of the crew, not Canadian, was either an Evader or was taken Prisoner Of War. Warrant Officer Class II Bomb Aimer Lobb was buried at Waltersdorf, exhumed, and reburied in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LOBB, KENNETH ALFRED F/O(P) J26389//R164576. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Feb.3/44 age 21. #126 Flying Lancers Squadron. F/O. Lobb was flying Hurricane aircraft # 5668 on a dawn patrol and was killed when he crashed thirty miles south of the aerodrome at Deer Pond, Newfoundland. Flying Officer Pilot Lobb is buried in the Gander Cemetery, Gander, Newfoundland.
LOCHHEAD, HECTOR F/O(AG) J89692//R210013. From Ridgeville, Manitoba. Killed In Action Feb.25/45 age 21. #298 Squadron. Halifax aircraft crashed. Please see Edick R.S. for casualty list and operation detail. Flying Officer Air Gunner Lochhead has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOCHHEAD, ROBERT LACHLAN P/O(AG) J90280//R137819. From Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. Killed In Action Apr.23/44 age 21. #431 Iroquois Squadron (The Hatiten Ronteriios). Halifax aircraft # MZ 514 lost during night operations, an attack against Dusseldorf, Germany.

 

 

(Percussuri Vigiles). F/O. Lochnan was flying a Tomahawk aircraft and went missing while engaged in a sea search in bad weather. Flying Officer Pilot Lochnan is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LOCKE, AUBREY RANDALL SGT R64897. From Lockeport, Nova Scotia. Died Oct.7/44 age 42. Sergeant Randall is buried in St. Stephen’s Church Cemetery, Chambly Canton, Quebec.
LOCKE, CECIL RAY WO1 (OB) R121803. From Irma, Alberta. Died Jun.20/44 age 27. WO. Locke was enroute from Torbay, Newfoundland to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia when he suddenly took sick and died during a stop over at Sydney, Nova Scotia. Warrant Officer Class 1 Observer Locke is buried in the Irma Cemetery, Irma, Alberta.
LOCKE, HARRY GORDON P/O(P) J7902. From Stratford, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.3/42 age 26. Sea rescue flight. Wellington aircraft failed to return from operations. P/O. R.C. Prince, FS.s J.C. Daley (RAAF), H.S. Impel! (RAF), F/O. J.T. Dick (RAF), and Sgt. R.S. Hughes (RAF) were also killed. Pilot Officer Pilot Locke has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Alamein War Memorial, Egypt.
LOCKE, HORACE LEN WO(WAG) 137820 – Royal Air Force. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Sep.17/44 age 21. #102 Squadron (Tentate Et Perficite). Halifax aircraft lost during operations. Warrant Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Locke is buried at Wembley Hill, Middlesex, England.
LOCKE, HUGH FRANCES FS(N) R85440. From Riverhurst, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Nov.10/42 age 20. #69 Squadron (With Vigilance We Serve). Wellington aircraft lost. Please see F/O. W.H. Mathews D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Navigator Locke has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LOCKE, RICHARD PHILIP P/O(P) J5799. From Vernon, British Columbia. Killed In Action Apr.8/42 age 30. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus). Target – Hamburg, Germany. Please see Leftley N. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Locke has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOCKE, WILLIAM JOHN F/O(P) 108838 – Royal Air Force. From Lockson, Newfoundland. Killed In Action Mar.20/43 age 20. #249 Squadron (Pugnis Et Calcibus). F/O. Locke went missing when his Spitfire aircraft failed to return from operations. Flying Officer Pilot Locke has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LOCKER, ROBERT LORNE WO1 (P) R70722. From Flin Flon, Manitoba. Killed Apr.18/43 age 23. #1659 Heavy Conversion Unit. Halifax aircraft crashed. Please see S/L. H.S. Hill D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Locker is buried in the Dishforth Cemetery, Yorkshire, England.
LOCKETT, JAMES ERNEST P/O(AG) J94346//R206412. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.18/44 age 21. #431 Iroquois Squadron (The Hatiten Ronteriios). Target – Paris, France. Please see Bull C.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lockett is buried in the Communal Cemetery, Creil, Oise, France.
LOCKHART, JOHN LAC R81706. From Cardross, Dunbarton, Scotland. Died Jul.5/42 age 33. #15 Service Flying Training School, Claresholm, Alberta. Death by drowning in Willow Creek, near Claresholm, Alberta. Leading AirCraftman Lockhart is buried in the Claresholm Cemetery, Claresholm, Alberta.
LOCKHART, ROBERT ALEXANDER SGT(P) R71545. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Sep.14/42 age 24. #19 Operational Training Unit. Whitley aircraft crashed. Please see Clarke R. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Pilot Lockhart has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOCKWOOD, DUANE FRANCIS AC1 R285048 – equipment assistant. From Pinkham, Saskatchewan. Killed Aug.19/44 age 24. #3 Bombing and Gunnery School, Macdonald, Manitoba. AC.1 Lockwood was a passenger in a Bolingbroke aircraft that crashed. Please see Shelling E.J. for casualty list and flight detail. AirCraftman First Class Lockwood is buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
LOCKWOOD, JOHN LAWSON SGT(P) R58542. From Chilliwack, British Columbia. Killed In Action Oct.20/41 age 21. #106 Squadron (Pro Libertate). Hampden aircraft # PD 984 was armed with 1 x 1,000 lb. and 2 x 500 lb. bombs when it went missing during a night raid against Bremen, Germany, presumed enemy action. Sgt.s G.F. Williams (RNZAF), W. Alton (RAF), and T.G. Jones (RAF) were also killed. Sergeant Pilot Lockwood is buried in the Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
LOCKWOOD, MERTON RALPH WO1 (P) R87408. From Pinkham, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Nov.30/42 age 21. #418 City of Edmonton Squadron. Boston aircraft failed to return from a leaflet raid over the Roulers Thourout area west of Flanders, Belgium. WO. J.J. Chabot and Sgt. R.V. Levers (RAF) were also killed. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Lockwood has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOEWEN, DALE HOWARD F/O(BA) J27590. From Scott, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Apr.28/44 age 21. #431 Iroquois Squadron (The Hatiten Ronteriios). Halifax aircraft # MZ 526 did not return from a night trip to Montzen, Belgium. P/O.s J. Wilson, R.W. Pratt, G.T. Greig, F/O.s J. Gilson, T.R. Forsyth, FS. G.Q. Hansen, and one RAF member of the crew were also killed. There were two #431 Sqdn. aircraft lost this night. Please see Hazael R.E. for information regarding the other aircraft and crew. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Loewen is buried in the Schoonselhof Cemetery, Antwerp, Wilrijk, Belgium.
LOEWEN, HENRY SGT(WAG) R284667 – under training. From Rokeby, Saskatchewan. Killed Oct.30/44 age 20. #5 Bombing and Gunnery School, Dafoe, Saskatchewan. The crew of Anson aircraft # 6524 were returning from a night bombing training exercise when the pilot attempted to land in fog. Sgt.s Loewen, R.E. Fox, LAC.s G. Horst, and L.C. Jansonn were all killed when the aircraft crashed on the west end of the aerodrome at Dafoe. Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Loewen is buried in the Yorkton Cemetery, Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
LOFT, CHARLES ROBERT F/O(BA) J42249//R209903. From London, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.14/45 age 22. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Target – Kiel, Germany. Please see Livingston G.A. for casualty list and flight detail. This was F/O. Loft’s fourth operation. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Loft has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOFTSON, STEFAN AUGUST P/O(AG) J90278//R191446. From Lundar, Manitoba. Killed In Action Feb.24/45 age 21. #9 Squadron (Per Noctem Volamus). Lancaster aircraft # LM 433 was shot down near Tiefenbronn, Germany during a night trip to Schweinfurt, Germany. Five of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. One of the crew, not Canadian, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Loftson was buried in the Cemetery at Tiefenbronn, exhumed, and reinterred in the War Cemetery at Durnbach, Germany.
LOGAN, ALBERT LAWRENCE P/O(P) J15102. From Beamsville, Ontario. Killed Mar.1/42 age 22. #122 Squadron (Victuri Volamus). P/O. Logan was killed when his Spitfire aircraft # BL 500 crashed at Dent House, Cross Lanes, Brignal, England. Pilot Officer Pilot Logan is buried in the Holy Trinity Churchyard, Startforth, Yorkshire, England.
LOGAN, CARL EDGAR CPL R99218 – wireless operator. From St. John, New Brunswick. Killed May.14/44 age 23. #2 Air Navigation School, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Anson aircraft lost. Please see Murchie A.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Corporal Logan has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario.
LOGAN, CARSON LAYTON WO2(N) R104197. From Nappan Station, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. Killed In Action Mar.9/44 age 22. #5 Operational Training Unit. WO. Logan was assigned to special duty with the Royal Navy and was lost at sea when H.M.S. Asphodel was torpedoed and sunk whilst defending a valuable convoy. Logan had been interned in Portugal on November 24, 1943 after the aircraft he was on became lost due to bad weather, ran out of fuel and made a forced landing on the beach near Santa Cruz, Portugal. WO. Logan returned to the United Kingdon on December 29, 1943. He had also been slightly injured on August 26, 1943 in a Beaufort aircraft accident at Firth of Clyde. Warrant Officer Class II Navigator Logan has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOGAN, FRANCIS GEORGE WO1(P) R101611. From St. Boniface, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jun.24/44. #59 Squadron (Ab Uno Disce Omnes). Liberator aircraft crashed. Please see Wallace W.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Logan is buried in the Saffron Hill Cemetery, Leicester, Leicestershire, England.
LOGAN, FREDERICK WILLIS P/O(AG) J88514//R153257 D.F.C. From Caribou Gold Mines, Halifax County, Nova Scotia. Killed Jul.30/44 age 20. #57 Squadron (Corpus Non Animum Muto). Lancaster aircraft # LM 278 failed to return from a test flight. Five of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Logan has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOGAN, JAMES ALLAN P/O(P) J5996. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Jun.2/42 age 20. #236 Squadron (Speculati Nuntiate). P/O. Logan lost his life when his Beaufighter aircraft # T 4899 spun into the ground on approach to land at the aerodrome at Portreath, England. Pilot Officer Pilot Logan is buried in the St. lllogan Churchyard, lllogan, Camborne-Redruth, Cornwall, England.
LOGAN, JAMES ALEXANDER SGT(AG) R194248. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Apr.11/44 age 30. #83 Squadron (Strike To Defend), Pathfinder Force. Target – Aachen, Germany. Please see F/O. H.M. Martin for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Air Gunner Logan is buried in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LOGAN, RAY HUTCHINGS P/O(N) J17599//R105696. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action May.28/43 age 21. #109 Squadron (Primi Hastati), Pathfinder Force. The crew of Mosquito aircraft # DZ 432 were on night operations and P/O. Logan was killed when they crashed in Rotterdam. The Canadian pilot, FS. C.K. Chrysler, was taken Prisoner Of War. Pilot Officer Navigator Logan is buried in the Crooswijk General Cemetery, Rotterdam, Holland.
LOGELIN, JOHN MICHAEL SGT(AG) R149232. From Calgary, Alberta. Killed May.24/44 age 31. #20 Operational Training Unit (Train To Triumph). Wellington aircraft lost. Please see Widdess E.H. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Air Gunner Logelin has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOGGIE, JAMES ROY F/L(P) J5710. From Hubbard, Ohio, U.S.A. Died Nov.24/43 age 23. #429 Bison Squadron (Fortunae Nihil). Death by natural causes while in the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, England. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Loggie is buried in the Batley Cemetery, North Hinskey, Berkshire, England.
LOGIE, ROBERT FRASER F/L(N) C2921. From Royal Oak, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Killed In Action Sep.8/44 age 26. #98 Squadron (Never Failing). The crew of Mitchell aircraft # FW 188 returned from a bombing attack at Boulogne, France and had some hung-up bombs explode when landing at RAF Station, Dunsford, Surrey. F/O.s D.L. Loveridge, R.D. Durling, P/O. G. Churchyard, and one non-occupant, not Canadian, were also killed. Flight Lieutenant Navigator Logie is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LOMAS, CLIFFORD HERBERT P/O(AG) C15019. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Jan.16/42 age 30. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Target – Hamburg, Germany. Please see Cottier T.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lomas has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LONEY, GLEN BENSON P/O(P) J18815. From Kenmore, Ontario. Killed In Action Dec.16/43 age 23. #619 Squadron. Lancaster aircraft# JA 867 did not return from night operations over Berlin, Germany. F/O. M. Gennis was also killed. Five of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Pilot Loney is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LONEY, WELLINGTON JAMES P/O(P) J3706. From Cornwall, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.19/41 age 25. #51 Squadron (Swift And Sure). The crew of Whitley aircraft # Z 6731 were on ops. when their aircraft caught fire and crashed near lpswick at Lesfield, Suffolk. Sgt. E.J. Lowater (RAAF) was also killed. Pilot Officer Pilot Loney was buried with full service honours in the All Saints Churchyard, Hanington, Suffolk, England.
LONG, ALBERT MORGAN P/O(WAG) J17237. From Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jul.6/43 age 24. #466 Australia Squadron. Wellington aircraft # HF 601 failed to return from night operations. W/C. J.J. Owen (RAF), P/O. J.F. Ray (RAF), and F/O. E.H. Swain (RAF) were also killed. One of the crew, not Canadian, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Long is buried in the Communal Cemetery at Le Conquet, Finisterre, France.
LONG, ALFRED JOSEPH WO2(BA) R115692. From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Feb.24/44 age 31. #149 East India Squadron (Fortis Nocte). Stirling aircraft # EF 367 failed to return from a mine-laying trip in Kiel Bay, Germany. Six of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Warrant Officer Class II Bomb Aimer Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LONG, ARTHUR BEBBINGTON F/O(P) J14874. From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Aug.15/43 age 23. #420 Snowy Owl Squadron (Pugnamus Finitum). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see F/O. Arthur Brown for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LONG, CHARLES ROBERT GAUDET FS(P) R157864. From Lomita Park, California, U.S.A. Killed In Action Nov.9/43 age 23. #23 Operational Training Unit, RAF Station, Wythall, England. Wellington aircraft # X 3932 crashed at Lower Park Farm, Rowney Green, near Alvechurch, Worcestershire. F/O.s H.J. Magnes, H.H. Barton, P/O. G.J. Gallagher, and Sgt. A.J. O’Neil were also killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Long is buried in the Pershore Cemetery, Worcestershire, England.
LONG, CLARENCE ROY F/O(N) J11238. From Owen Sound, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.19/43. #15 Squadron (Aim Sure). Stirling aircraft # BF 378 lost off Holland, presumed enemy action. Six of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Navigator Long is buried in the Protestant Churchyard at Wierum, Westdongeradeel, Friesland, Holland.
LONG, GEORGE ALBERT F/L(P) J15704. From Trail, British Columbia. Killed In Action Oct.2/44 age 25. #404 Buffalo Squadron (Ready To Fight). Two Beaufighter aircraft collided. Please see Davey E.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Long is buried in the Hull Eastern Cemetery, Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire, England.
LONG, GEORGE ALBERT SGT(BA) R156117. From St. Catharines, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.7/43 age 26. #28 Operational Training Unit. Wellington aircraft # X 9683 caught fire and crashed two miles from the aerodrome at Wymeswold, England. Four of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Sergeant Bomb Aimer Long is buried in the Batley Cemetery, North Hinskey, Berkshire, England.
LONG, GORDON SGT(AG) R89074. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action May.27/44 age 20. #1656 Heavy Conversion Unit. BROTHER to Richard Hartley Long. Halifax aircraft# DG 219 crashed at Broadway, Stanforth, Yorkshire. F/O. W.S. Garland and five of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Sergeant Air Gunner Long is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LONG, HENRY MAYNARD F/O(P) J21366. From Ottawa, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.25/44 age 24. #420 Snowy Owl Squadron (Pugnamus Finitum). Halifax aircraft # LW 427 crashed in enemy territory during a night trip to Schweinfurt, Germany. P/O. M.A. Knight, FS. D.B. Richardson, Sgt.s H.E. Hirst, D. Crawley, and W.H. Botterill (RAF) were also killed. One other crew member, not Canadian, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Pilot Long is buried in the War Cemetery at Durnbach, Germany.
LONG, JAMES ANDREW FS(P) R78109. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action May.5/42 age 31. #144 Squadron (Who Shall Stop Us). Hampden aircraft # AT 188 was carrying 4 x 500 lb. general purpose bombs and failed to return from night operations, presumed enemy action. Three RAF crew members missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LONG, JOHN HERBERT F/L(P) J15069. From St. John, New Brunswick. Killed In Action Jan.28/43 age 21. #126 Squadron (Foremost In Attack). F/L. Long was assigned to Spitfire aircraft # AB 526 and went missing after take-off from Luqa air1ield, Malta, believed enemy action. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Long was buried in the Comiso Military Cemetery, exhumed, and reburied in the Syracuse War Cemetery, Syracuse, Sicily.
LONG, LEONIDE BART R.O. From Clair, New Brunswick. Killed May.10/42 age 22. RAF Ferry Command. Radio Officer Long is buried in the Fossvogur Cemetery, Reykjavik, Iceland. LONG, LINDSAY LESTER AC2 R142212 – radio mechanic. From Wishart, Saskatchewan. Died Dec.26/41 age 24. #3 Manning Depot, Edmonton, Alberta. Death by natural causes while in the University Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta. AirCraftman Second Class Long is buried in the Round Plain Cemetery, Wishart, Saskatchewan.
LONG, LLOYD ELMER F/O(WAG) J47893//R157240. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.14/45 age 23. #117 Squadron. Dakota aircraft crashed. Please see Slater J.W. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Long was buried at the crash site, exhumed, and reburied in the Chittigong Military Cemetery, Pakistan.
LONG, MICHAEL LA VERNE SGT(AG) R265925. From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Killed Jan.14/45 age 19. #1666 Heavy Conversion Unit. Lancaster aircraft # HK 756 crashed into the North Sea off the Frisian Islands. Sgt.s L.F. Goodwin, W.H.G. Field, FS. W.A. Wegenast, F/O.s W.A. Booth, V.R. Adams, and J. Klatman were also killed. Sergeant Air Gunner Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LONG, NORMAN EARL F/O(P) J20615. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed

 

Meridies Noster). BROTHER to Gordon Long. Mosquito aircraft # HK 382 was engaged in a night flying test when it flew into the ground at Le Bris Miron, Annoeullin, France. P/O. K.S. Brenton was also killed. Flying Officer Pilot Long was buried in the Lesquin Cemetery, France, exhumed, and reburied in the Canadian War Cemetery, Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
LONG, ROBERT MICHAEL WO2(OB) R106952. From William’s Lake, British Columbia. Killed In Action Mar.29/43 age 31. #279 Squadron. Hudson aircraft# AE 519 crashed into the sea at St. Ives Bay, Scotland. FS.s L.V. Fletcher, H.R. Bacon, and WO. E.P. Povey were also killed. Warrant Officer Class II Observer Long is buried in the St. lllogan Churchyard, lllogan, Camborne-Redruth, Cornwall, England.
LONG, RONALD WALTER F/L(P) J18760//R142116 D.F.C. From Windsor, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.16/44. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus), Pathfinder Force. Lancaster aircraft# PA 527 lost during night operations over Kiel, Germany. WO. J. Raike, FS.s A.W. Cowdey (RAF), W.D. Leavesley (RAF), F/L. R. Brook D.F.C. (RAF), and P/O. G.J. Edwards (RAF) were also killed. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Long is buried in the Fourfelt Cemetery, Esbjerg, Jutland, Denmark.
LONG, STUART HERMAN P/O(N) J17407. From Russell, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.28/43 age 22. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus), Pathfinder Force. Target – Hanover, Germany. Please see St. Louis B.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Navigator Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LONG, VAUGHAN ROSS WO1(P) R50377. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.7/42 age 21. #83 Squadron (Strike To Defend), Pathfinder Force. Lancaster aircraft failed to return from operations. WO. M.L. Roberts was also killed. One RAAF, and four RAF crew members missing believed killed. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LONG, WENDELL L VALL P/O(BA) J89159//R172079. From Chemainus, British Columbia. Killed In Action Aug.31/44 age 21. #433 Porcupine Squadron (Qui S’y Frotte S’y Pique). Target – lie de Cezembre. France. Please see Harman F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Bomb Aimer Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial. Englefield Green. Egham, Surrey, England.
LONG, WILLIAM JAMES F/O(P) J25941. From Sharon, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Killed In Action Jul.19/44 age 23. #50 Squadron (From Defence To Attack). Target – Revigny, France. Please see P/O. F.G. Maltais for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Long is buried in the Churchyard at Robert Magny, Haute-Marne. France.
LONG, WILLIAM JAMES F/O(WAG) J47170. From Windsor, Ontario. Killed May.17/45 age 22. #1659 Heavy Conversion Unit. Halifax aircraft crashed. Please see Torbett A.F. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Long has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LONGLEY, JOHN ARTHUR FS(P) R97582. From Kelowna, British Columbia. Killed In Action Oct.15/42 age 21. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus). Target – Cologne, Germany. Please see Lewis G.E. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Pilot Longley is buried in the Brussels Town Cemetery, Evere-les-Bruxelles, Belgium.
LONGLEY, LOUIS VERNON P/O(P) J6709. From Paradise, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. Killed Aug.4/42 age 22. #3 Communication and Ferry Flight, St. Hubert, Quebec. P/O. Longley was flying Harvard aircraft # 3284 in an instrument practise flight and was killed when he crashed one mile west of lie Perrot, Quebec. Pilot Officer Pilot Longley is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.
LONGLEY, ROBERT THOMAS WILLIAM P/O(WAG) J92038//R59381. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jul.5/44. #433 Porcupine Squadron (Qui S’y Frotte S’y Pique). Halifax aircraft # LW 123 crashed near Laons, France during night ops. against Villeneuve St. Georges, France. F/O. W.G. Baird, P/O.s T.C. Jenkins, D.F. Wilson, W.H. Winder, and Sgt. J.H. Marler (RAF) were also killed. One Canadian, F/O. J.D. Harvie, was taken Prisoner Of War. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Longley is buried in the Communal Cemetery, Laons, Eure-et-Loir, France.
LONGSTAFF, EMMETT JAY FS(AG) R135092. From Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A. Killed In Action Apr.17/43 age 26. #218 Gold Coast Squadron (In Time). Stirling aircraft# BF 514 lost over enemy-held territory. Sgt.s D.E. Roberts, F.J. Knight (RAF), F/O. K.S. Bird (RAF), and P/O. D.F. Howlett (RAF) were also killed. Two others of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Longstaff is buried in the War Cemetery at Choloy, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France.
LONGWELL, ARTHUR GRANT FS(WAG) R93461. From Foxboro, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.14/43 age 29. #426 Thunderbird Squadron (On Wings Of Fire). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see Jeanneret P.W. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Longwell is buried in the Jonkerbos War Cemetery, Nijmegen, Holland.
LONGWORTH, HAROLD FRANCIS LAWRENCE F/O(OB) J11105. From Woodstock, Ontario. Killed Oct.17/42 age 26. #418 City of Edmonton Squadron. F/O. Longworth and Sgt. R. Walker (RAF) were both killed when their Boston aircraft crashed at Bethesda, Wales. Flying Officer Observer Longworth is buried in the Caernarvon Cemetery, Caernarvonshire, Wales.
LONIE, JACK MAURICE P/O(N) J85164//R166140. From Regina, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jul.30/44 age 21. #115 Squadron (Despite The Elements), Witchford, England. Lancaster aircraft # PB 130 was shot down, crashed and burned south of Bretteville-Sur-Laize during an operation against Amay-Sur-Seulles, France. P/O.s C.A. Thompson, W.M. Conly, G.J. Imrie, R.W. Carey, and two of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Pilot Officer Navigator Lonie is buried in the Bretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, France. LONSDALE, RALPH F/O(P) 4122418 – Royal New Zealand Air Force. From Essendale, British Columbia. Killed In Action Oct.6/42 age 21. #149 East India Squadron (Fortis Nocte). Stirling aircraft lost during air operations. Flying Officer Pilot Lonsdale is buried at Maidstone, Kent, England. LOPPE, ERVIN ALBERT SGT(BA) R176010. From Oxbow, Saskatchewan. Killed Aug.9/43 age 19. #1 O Advanced Flying Unit, Dumfries. Scotland. Sgt. Loppe was killed when his Anson aircraft # DJ 222 crashed on the summit of Green Gable Mountain, Borrowdale, Cumberland, Scotland. Sergeant Bomb Aimer Loppe is buried in the Troqueer Burial Ground, Dumfries, Scotland.
LORANGER, NORMAN ALBERT F/O(BA) J24524. From Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action May.8/44 age 21. #619 Squadron. Target – Salbris, France. Please see P/O. A.G. Holke for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Loranger is buried in the Main Cemetery, Orleans, Cher, France.
LORD, CLIFFORD ALLAN SGT(AG) R273608. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.2/44 age 19. #153 Squadron (Noctividus). Lancaster aircraft # PB 639 crashed near Krefeldbockum, Germany during a night attack against Dusseldorf, Germany. P/O. R.J. McCormack, FS.s C.C. Robertson, J.M. Mccann, Sgt. R.E. Fahselt and two RAF members of the crew were also killed. Sergeant Air Gunner Lord was buried in the Community Cemetery at Krefeldbockum, exhumed, and reburied in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LORD. DAVID FRANK FS(P) R92183. From Vancouver. British Columbia. Killed In Action Jun.26/42 age 29. #23 Operational Training Unit. Wellington aircraft # X 9875 failed to return from operations. Four RAF members of the crew missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lord has no known grave. his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial. Englefield Green, Egham. Surrey, England.
LORD. FREDERICK CHARLES F/L(P) J6829. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.28/43 age 29. #434 Bluenose Squadron (In Excelsis Vincimus). Target – Hanover. Germany. Please see Sinclair D.J. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Lord has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham. Surrey, England.
LOREE. JAMES WILLIAM F/O(OB) J11109. From Toronto. Ontario. Killed In Action Dec.17/42 age 24. #44 Rhodesia Squadron (Fulmina Regis lusta). Lancaster aircraft lost. Please see F/O. R.N. McCleery for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Observer Loree is buried in the General Cemetery, Den Burg, Texel Island, Holland.
LORENZ. DENNIS BUDD HERMAN WO2(WAG) R155256. From Kitchener, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.17/44 age 26. #420 Snowy Owl Squadron (Pugnamus Finitum). Target – Kiel. Germany. Please see Surles C.P. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class II Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lorenz is buried in the Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
LORENZ. DOUGLAS LEANDER P/O(AG) J95388//R272624. From Waterloo. Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.10/45. #415 Swordfish Squadron (Ad Metam). Target – Leipzig, Germany. Please see Spry L.M. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lorenz is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg. Germany.
LORENZ, SYLVESTER HENRY P/O(P) J95148//R115587. From St. Walburg, Saskatchewan. Killed May.10/45 age 22. #442 Caribou Squadron. P/O. Lorenz was flying Mustang aircraft # KH 665 in an authorized low-flying exercise. When he executed a double roll a wing tip struck the ground and he was killed when the aircraft crashed near Kinoslynn. Norfolk, England. Pilot Officer Pilot Lorenz is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery. Woking, Surrey, England.
LORIMER. ALEXANDER SEATON FS(WAG) R77122. From Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland. Killed In Action Jun.12/42 age 33. #58 Squadron (Alis Nocturnis). Whitley aircraft # PD 21 o did not return from a bombing raid. Sgt.s S. Brimer (RAF), H.K. Bromage (RAF), D.A. Harsum (RAF). P/O.s LC. Froud (RAF). and K.B. Willson (RAF) were also killed. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lorimer is buried in the Balbao British Cemetery, Lujua, Spain.
LORIMER, DONALD ROBERT P/O(P) J9141. From Rose Valley. Saskatchewan. Killed Dec.1/42 age 22. #1 Operational Training Unit. Bagotville, Quebec. Hurricane aircraft # 5433 and Hurricane # 5626 were engaged on a search formation exercise when they collided over the aerodrome at St. Honore, Quebec. The pilot of Hurricane 5626 was able to bail out and descend safely. P/O. Lorimer went down with his aircraft. Pilot Officer Pilot Lorimer is buried in the Family Plot in the Rose Valley Cemetery, Rose Valley. Saskatchewan.
LORNSON, ARTHUR CHRISTIAN WO2(WAG) R163639. From Montmartre. Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jun.18/44 age 21. #547 Squadron. Liberator aircraft # EV 897 failed to return from an anti-sub patrol between Lizard Point. England and Les Heaux. France. F/O. J.W. Hermiston was also killed. One Canadian, Sgt. Smart, was taken Prisoner Of War. Seven of the crew. not Canadians. missing believed killed. Warrant Officer Class II Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lornson has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOSA, RICARDO FS(AG) R154427. From Vedado, Havana, Cuba. Killed In Action Dec.16/43. #49 Squadron (Cave Ganem). Lancaster aircraft # JB 545 crashed thirty-two miles north-west of Zwolle at Wolvega, Holland during night operations against Berlin. Germany. FS. B.J.V. King (RAAF). Sgt.s W.R. Day (RAF), E. Holloway (RAF). A.E. Marsland (RAF). W.T. Rees (RAF). and P/O. G.L Ratcliffe (RAF) were also killed. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Losa is buried in the General Cemetery at Wolvega, Weststellingwerf, Friesland. Holland.
LOSSING. HOWARD WAL TEA P/O(P) J89246. From Norwich, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.24/44 age 24. #433 Porcupine Squadron (Qui S’y Frotte S’y Pique). Halifax aircraft lost. Please see FS. G.A. Dancey for casualty list and flight detail. This was P/O. Lossing’s 9th op. Pilot Officer Pilot Lossing is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LOSZCHUK. PETER F/O(AG) J41054. From Fillmore. Saskatchewan. Killed Aug.30/44 age 20. #86 Operational Training Unit. The crew of Wellington aircraft # HE 845 were engaged in circuits and landings when an engine over-revved and the aircraft crashed near Bothamshall, Nottinghamshire, England at Houghton Manor. F/O.s LE. Chapman, G.W. Davidson, W.S. Ross. and P/O. M. Kram were also killed. Flying Officer Air Gunner Loszchuk is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road. Harrogate, Yorkshire. England.
LOTHIAN, THOMAS JAMES P/O(AG) J92380. From Fort Charlotte, Nassau, Bahamas. Died Feb.12/45 age 26. #622 Squadron (Bellamus Noctu). P/O. Lothian died in an accidental fall outside of Nell Gwynn House. London. England. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lothian is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking. Surrey, England.
LOTT, WILLIAM WESLEY FS(N) R99690. From London, Ontario. Killed In Action Oct.13/42 age 25. #156 Squadron (We Light The Way), Pathfinder Force. Wellington aircraft lost. Please see F/L G.A. Kidder for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Navigator Lott was buried with full military honours in the Brockeswalde Cemetery, Cuxhaven. Hanover. Germany. exhumed. and reburied in the Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau. Germany.
LOUCKS. JOHN CLARKE P/O(AG) J26843. From Bracebridge. Ontario. Killed Jun.25/43 age 19. #34 Operational Training Unit, Pennfield Ridge. New Brunswick. The crew of Ventura aircraft # AE 186 were engaged in a low-evel cross-country training exercise when they crashed near Falmouth, Nova Scotia. P/O.s G.W. Cowie (RNZAF). C.A. Griffiths (RNZAF). and Sgt. A.C. Mulcahy (RNZAF) were also killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Loucks is buried in the St. Thomas Church Cemetery, Bracebridge, Ontario.
LOUDEN, WILFRED JAMES WO1 (WAG) R69272. From North Bay, Ontario. Killed Sep.3/43 age 24. #10 Radio School. WO. Louden was killed when his Oxford aircraft # X 6813 and Oxford # V 3976 collided at the intersection of the runways at Carew, Cheriton. Pembrokeshire. The landing aircraft struck a taxying aircraft, four other airmen. not Canadians. were also killed. Warrant Officer Class 1 Wireless Operator Air Gunner Louden is buried in the Haycombe Cemetery, Bath. Englishcombe. Somerset. England.
LOUGH, ROSS WILLIAM P/O(AG) J92127//R105236. From Belleville. Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.25/44 age 23. #630 Squadron (Nocturna Mors). Lancaster aircraft # PA 992 missing during night operations over Stuttgart. Germany. One Canadian. F/O. Wood. was either an Evader or was taken Prisoner Of War. Five of the crew. not Canadians. missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lough is buried in the Communal Cemetery at Tramont-Lassus, Meurthe-et-Moselle,
LOUGH, SPENCER WILLIAM F/O(BA) J20830. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jun.17/44 age 29. #431 Iroquois Squadron (The Hatiten Ronteriios). Target – Sterkrade. Germany. Please see F/O. R.E. Carter M.i.D for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Lough is buried in the War Cemetery at Uden, North Brabant. Holland.
LOUGH, WILLIAM HERBERT FS(WAG) R82621. From Ottawa. Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.7/43 age 21. #408 Goose Squadron (For Freedom). Halifax aircraft lost. Please see Sayers F.J. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lough is buried in the Communal Cemetery, Guidel, Morbihan. France.
LOUGHEAD, ERIC CROWE P/O(P) J16312. From Truro. Nova Scotia. Killed Dec.12/42 age 21. #28 Operational Training Unit. P/O. Loughead was killed when his Wellington aircraft crashed and burned near Loughborough, England. Pilot Officer Pilot Loughead is buried in Burton in the Church Cemetery, Burton-on-the-Wolds. Leicestershire, England.
LOUGHEED, RALPH JAMES F/O(N) J40492//R208943. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Jan.7/45 age 20. #103 Squadron (Noli Me Tangere). Target – Munich. Germany. Please see McArthur W.J. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lougheed was buried at the crash site. exhumed, and reburied in the Communal Cemetery, Munster, Haut-Rhin, France.
LOUGHRAN. HUGH JOSEPH F/O(AG) J41353. From Belfast, Ireland. Killed In Action Oct.15/44 age 22. #424 Tiger Squadron (Castigandos Castigamus). Halifax aircraft lost. Please see P/O. J.G. Lee D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Air Gunner Loughran is buried in the ldum Churchyard. ldum. Denmark. LOUIE, QUAN JIL F/O(WAG) J38242. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Jan.16/45. #420 Snowy Owl Squadron (Pugnamus Finitum). Halifax aircraft # NA 192 did not return from night operations over Magdeburg, Germany. F/L. E.W. Watson, P/O. W.J. Partridge, and two crew members, not Canadians, were also killed. Two Canadians, FS.s Jacobi and Lynch, were taken Prisoners Of War. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Louie is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LOUIS, VALENTINE HINTON SGT(FE/AG) R97709. From Victoria, British Columbia. Killed Oct.16/43 age 22. #131 Operational Training Unit. Catalina aircraft crashed. Please see Sproule D.L. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Flight Engineer/Air Gunner Louis is buried in the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Churchyard, lrvinestown, County Fermanagh, Ireland.
LOUNSBURY, RONALD CYRUS P/O(WAG) J29631. From Windsor, Ontario. Killed Sep.7/43. #45 Group, RAF Ferry Command, Dorval, Quebec. Liberator aircraft crashed. Please see P/O. Eric 0. Smith for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lounsbury is buried in the European Cemetery, Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa.
LOUNT, ROBERT MARR WO2(P) R80935. From Toronto, Ontario. Died Oct.21/42 age 21. #1657 Conversion Unit, Stradishall, England. Death by natural causes while in the RAF Hospital at Ely. Warrant Officer Class II Pilot Lount is buried in the Ely Cemetery, Cambridgeshire, England.
LOUTH, WILLIAM JAMES P/O(BA) J89910//R156777. From Glen Williams, Ontario. Killed In Action Jan.21/44 age 23. #431 Iroquois Squadron (The Hatiten Ronteriios). Target – Magdeburg, Germany. Please see F/O. J.A. Linde for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Bomb Aimer Louth was buried in the Garrison Cemetery at Wesermunde-Geestemunde, Germany, exhumed, and reburied in the Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau, Germany.
LOVE, CHARLES HENRY F/O(N) J36331. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.21/44 age 32. #433 Porcupine Squadron (Qui S’y Frotte S’y Pique). Target – Castrop-Rauxel, Germany. Please see Ramey L.P. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Love is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LOVE, CLAUDE LORRAINE JR. FS(P) R83249. From Asheville, North Carolina, U.S.A. Killed In Action Aug.4/42 age 23. #142 Squadron (Determination). Wellington aircraft missing, presumed enemy action. FS.s R.C. Pearce, J. Anderson, E.E. Hopper, and G. Hall were also killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Love is buried in the Communal Cemetery at Noirmoutier-en-L’lle, Vendee, France.
LOVE, EDWIN ALBERT F/O(P) J27205. From Tilbury, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.4/44 age 21. #78 Squadron (Nemo Non Paratus). Halifax aircraft# LK 838 was shot down near Margraten, Holland during a night trip to Bochum, Germany. F/O. K.B. Brooks, FS.s K.C. Collins, and N.F. Jodrell were also killed. One Canadian, WO. W.C. Roach, was taken Prisoner Of War and two of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Pilot Love was buried in the U.S. Military Cemetery at Margraten, exhumed, and reburied in the Venray War Cemetery, Limburg, Holland.
LOVE, HUBERT BRYCE P/O C5447. From Lyndhurst, Ontario. Died Aug.8/41 age 45. #7 Service Flying Training School, Macleod, Alberta. Death by natural causes while in the station hospital at Macleod. Pilot Officer Love is buried in the Burnsland Cemetery at Calgary, Alberta.
LOVE, JAMES HAWTHORNE WO2(WAG) R95024. From Dauphin, Manitoba. Killed In Action Dec.20/42 age 29. #103 Squadron (Noli Me Tangere). Lancaster aircraft lost. Please see Moriarty L.E. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class II Wireless Operator Air Gunner Love is buried in the Canadian War Cemetery, Bergen-Op­Zoom, Holland.
LOVE, LAWRENCE WYMAN P/O(P) J88017//R142483. From Regina, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jun.17/44 age 21. #412 Falcon Squadron (Promtus Ad Vindictum). P/O. Love was flying Spitfire aircraft # LF 384 in a patrol and was at 2,000 feet over Bavent, France when he broke away from the formation. He did not call over the r/t and was not seen after leaving the formation. P/O. Love was killed when his aircraft crashed near Vieux Berquin, France. Pilot Officer Pilot Love was buried at Vieux Berquin, exhumed, and reinterred in the Bretteville­Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, France.
LOVE, ROBERT PORTER P/O(N) J14178//R100243. From Fort William, Ontario. Killed Jan.26/43 age 25. #23 Operational Training Unit. Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see Snyder J.J. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Navigator Love is buried in the Scottow Cemetery, Norfolk, England.
LOVE, ROY JAMES WO2(P) R152695. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed Jul.31/44 age 23. #244 Squadron. Wellington aircraft # KG 690 was on a communications flight when it crashed into a cliff thirty miles from Salalah. F/O. N.O. Butler (RAF), P/O.s L.W. Chapman D.F.M. (RAF), D.V. Randall (RAF), AC.1 V.J. Collett (RAF), LAC. W.G. Colton (RAF), AC.1 G.G. Edmonston (RAF), LAC. R.E. Giles (RAF), Sgt. A.J. Linegar (RAF), Cpl. J.A.B. McIntosh (RAF), Cpl. A.S.G. Perring (RAF), and LAC. J. Rathbone (RAF) were also killed. Warrant Officer Class II Pilot Love has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Alamein War Memorial, Egypt.
LOVE, WILFORD CLAY WO2(P) R125492. From Stanfield, North Carolina, U.S.A. Killed Dec.7/43 age 26. #160 Burma Squadron (Api Soya Paragasamu). The crew of Liberator aircraft # BZ 885 took off on an anti-sub patrol when the aircraft dived into the ground, shortly after take-off, at Sigeriya, Ceylon. WO.s Love, A.E. Ferguson, G.M. Stockwell, E.C. Currie, R.W. MacDonald, F/O. K.F. Perera, and two of the crew, not Canadians, were all killed in the crash, the fire and the explosion of the depth charges. Warrant Officer Class II Pilot Love is buried in the Kandy War Cemetery, Ceylon.

Cob, Connecticut, U.S.A. Killed In Action Feb.16/44 age 25. #426 Thunderbird Squadron (On Wings Of Fire). Target – Berlin, Germany. Please see Labach P. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Love is buried in the General Cemetery, Elburg, Gelderland, Holland.
LOVERIDGE, DENIS LLEWELLYN F/O(P) J36150. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.8/44 age 22. #98 Squadron (Never Failing). Target – Boulogne, France. Please see Logie R.F. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Loveridge is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LOVERIDGE, KENNETH ROBERT AC2(WAG) R294724 – under training. From Bralorne, British Columbia. Died Aug.17/44 age 19. #1 Manning Depot, Toronto, Ontario. Death by natural causes while in the station hospital at #1 TTS, St. Thomas, Ontario. AirCraftman Second Class Wireless Operator Air Gunner Loveridge is buried in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Burnaby, British Columbia.
LOVERING, MERVYN LLOYD GEORGE F/O(AG) J20669. From Orillia, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.29/44 age 27. #50 Squadron (From Defence To Attack). Target – Stuttgart, Germany. Please see Curphey T.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Air Gunner Lovering was buried at Pforzheim Baden, Germany, exhumed, and reburied in the War Cemetery at Durnbach, Germany.
LOVETT, CHARLES EDWARD SGT(AG) R208139. From St. Catharines, Ontario. Killed Apr.15/44 age 18. #1664 Heavy Conversion Unit. Halifax aircraft crashed. Please see Wallace H.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Air Gunner Lovett is buried in the Stone/all Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LOVING, LESLIE ROWLAND BOND F/L(P) J16130 D.F.C. From Regina, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Nov.5/44 age 23. #424 Tiger Squadron (Castigandos Castigamus). Halifax aircraft # MZ 896 failed to return from a night trip to Bochum, Germany. P/O.s G.A. Running, A.L. Flatt, J.P. Durkin, F/O. A.D. Chapman, P/O.s B. McGarrity (RAF), and W.C. Davidson (RAF) were also killed. F/L. Loving received his D.F.C. at Buckingham Palace on May 25, 1943. The citation reads, “One night in September, 1942, P/O. Loving was detailed for a low level attack on the submarine shipbuilding yards near Bremen. In a determined effort to locate and bomb this target, which was obscured by cloud, he descended to a height of only 800 feet. He was immediately engaged by searchlights and the ground defences. His aircraft was hit twice by anti-aircraft fire and P/O. Loving was forced to dive down to 50 ft. to evade the fire attack. His gunners succeeded in extinguishing two searchlights, and from this low altitude, in the glare of other searchlights, he released his bombs. Throughout, this officer has set a splendid example and his devotion to duty in the face of the heaviest opposition is worthy of the highest praise.” Flight Lieutenant Pilot Loving has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOW, DOUGLAS DUNBAR WO2(WAG) R91655. From Owen Sound, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.8/42 age 25. #9 Squadron (Per Noctem Volamus). Lancaster aircraft crashed. Please see F/O. K.A. MacKenzie D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class II Wireless Operator Air Gunner Low is buried in the Lincoln Cemetery, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.
LOW, GEORGE F/L(WAG) J15406. From Norway House, Manitoba. Killed In Action Apr.29/43 age 24. #407 Demon Squadron (To Hold On High). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see Cornwall J.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Lieutenant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Low has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOW, GEORGE STEWART F/O(N) J22488//R134029. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Aug.24/43. #427 Lion Squadron (Ferte Manus Certas). Target – Berlin, Germany. Please see Shortridge R.F. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Low was buried in the Russian Cemetery at Vechta, Germany, exhumed, and reburied in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LOW, HOWARD PILMORE WO1(P) R74966. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Apr.15/42 age 24. #607 County of Durham Squadron. WO. Low was unaccounted for in the Far East after its fall in early 1942 and was captured by the Japanese on February 10, 1942. Please see WO. R.C. Smith M.i.D. for escape details. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Low is buried in the Menetang Cemetery, Batavia, Java.
LOW, JAMES F/O(WAG) J17294. From Kenogami, Quebec. Killed In Action Sep.7/43 age 24. #1658 Conversion Unit. Halifax aircraft crashed. Please see F/O. L.G. Dunlop for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Low is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LOW, LESLIE ROBERT SGT(P) R100191. From Foxwarren, Manitoba. Killed Aug.19/42 age 23. #8 Bombing and Gunnery School, Lethbridge, Alberta. Fairey Battle aircraft crashed. Please see Morin J.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Pilot Low is buried in the Foxwarren Cemetery, Foxwarren, Manitoba.

Killed In Action Mar.5/45 age 23. #425 Alouette Squadron (Je Te Plumerai). Two Halifax aircraft were outward bound for Chemnitz, Germany when they were in a mid-air collision while flying in cloud. Aircraft # MZ 454 began to vibrate violently and the crew was ordered to bail out. The aircraft crashed at Little Ouseburn, Yorkshire and the bomb load exploded on impact. F/O. P.J. Hall, P/O. J.W. Hyde, and Sgt. J.L. Lynch were also killed. Three other Canadian members of the crew bailed out to safety. Please see Seguin J.L. for casualty list of the other aircraft. Flying Officer Pilot Lowe was buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. His remains were exhumed and reburied in the Fairview Cemetery, Red Bank, New Jersey, U.S.A.
LOWE, EDWARD RONALD F/O(N) J29520. From Vancouver, British Columbia. Killed In Action Jun.13/44 age 34. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Target – Cambrai, France. Please see Carruthers G.W. casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lowe is buried in the Vieux Berquin Communal Cemetery, France.
LOWE, FRANCIS JOHN FS(P) R50712. From Ninette, Manitoba. Killed In Action Mar.26 age 32. #12 Squadron (Leads The Field). Wellington aircraft # W 5371 was carrying 1 x 1,000, 6 x 500, and 2 x 250 lb. bombs when it was lost to enemy action, presumed over the target. Two RAAF and three RAF members of the crew missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lowe is buried in the Bergen General Cemetery, Bergen, Holland.
LOWE, GEORGE DOUGLAS LAC(P) R64232 – under training. From Waterloo, Ontario. Killed Dec.30/40 age 22. #31 Service Flying Training School, Kingston, Ontario. Harvard aircraft crashed. Please see LAC. H. Levy for flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Lowe is buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery, Waterloo, Ontario.
LOWE, GORDON ALBERT FS(OB) R69692. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.5/41 age 21. #18 Squadron (Animo Et Fide). Blenheim aircraft # Z 7801 failed to return from operations. Sgt.s A.F. Lowe (RAF), R.J. Morris (RAF), and FS. G.A. Lowe (RAF) were also killed. Flight Sergeant Observer Lowe has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LOWE, HARRY F/O(BA) J23465. From Rye, New York, U.S.A. Killed Nov.27/43 age 22. #49 Squadron (Cave Canem). The pilot of Lancaster aircraft # JB 235 undershot while landing in a dense ground fog and crashed near the Fiskerton aerodrome one mile east of Barlings House, Lincoln, England. Four of the crew, not Canadians, were also killed. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Lowe is buried in the St. Lawrence Churchyard, Biddulph, Staffordshire, England. LOWE, HARRY ALEXANDER F/O(WAG) J47850. From Eastdale, Virginia, U.S.A. Killed Jul.15/45 age 23. #11 Bomber Reconnaissance Squadron, Patricia Bay, British Columbia. Liberator aircraft crashed. Please see Mann M. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lowe is buried in an isolated grave on the south-west shore of Barkley Sound, fifteen miles south-east of Bamfield, British Columbia. His name is also inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario.
LOWE, HERBERT P/O(WAG) J93826//R219061. From Ville LaSalle, Quebec. Killed In Action Oct.28/44 age 20. #429 Bison Squadron (Fortunae Nihil). Target – Cologne, Germany. Halifax aircraft # NB 173 was hit by flak over the target and returned safely to RAF Station, Woodbridge, England. P/O. Lowe was hit by the flak and died shortly after, he was the only casualty. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lowe is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LOWE, IRVIN MELVILLE WO2(P) R134497. From Bradwardine, Manitoba. Killed In Action Dec.4/43 age 20. #76 Squadron (Resolute). Halifax aircraft # LK 902 failed to return from night operations over Leipzig, Germany. WO.s J.R. Nadeau, W.R. Boles, Sgt.s S. Jones (RAF), and J.R.W. Kerby (RAF) were also killed. Two other crew members, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Warrant Officer Class II Pilot Lowe has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOWE, JOHN MANLEY FS(WAG) R86751. From Edmonton, Alberta. Killed In Action Aug.12/42. #50 Squadron (From Defence To Attack). Lancaster aircraft lost during operations over Le Havre, France. Sgt.s J. Bogard (RAF) and A.A. Waldie (RAF) were also killed. Two other RAF and two RAAF members of the crew missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lowe is buried in the Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, France.
LOWE, LESLIE ALLEN RALPH WO2(8A) R158410. From Carrot River, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Apr.13/44 age 21. #90 Squadron (Celer). Stirling aircraft # LJ 438 lost during a special night operation over France, presumed enemy action. FS.s S.A. Wilson (RAAF), W.W. Campbell (RAF), P/O. F.G. Gardiner (RAF), Sgt.s W.E. Topping (RAF), W.A. Watson (RAF), and H.F. Willcocks (RAF) were also killed. Warrant Officer Class II Bomb Aimer Lowe is buried in the New British Cemetery at Roye, Somme, France.
LOWE, LEVI FS(WAG) R65904. From Sydney, Nova Scotia. Killed In Action Oct.15/42 age 21. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus). Halifax aircraft missing. Please see FS. Gerald E. Lewis for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lowe is buried in the Brussels Town Cemetery, Evere-les-Bruxelles, Belgium.
LOWE, ROBERT HENRY F/L(P) J15046. From Edmonton, Alberta. Killed In Action Jan.30/43 age 31. #426 Thunderbird Squadron (On Wings Of Fire). Target – Oldenburg, Germany. Please see Lemke J.J. for casualty list and trip detail. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Lowe has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOWE, THOMAS BENTLEY P/O(N) J87161//R160773. From Calgary, Alberta. Killed In Action Mar.30/44 age 22. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Target – Vaires, France. Please see Surridge E.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Navigator Lowe has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOWICK, MORTON ALBERT P/O(AG) J88783//R168238. From Fosterton, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jul.29/44 age 26. #426 Thunderbird Squadron (On Wings Of Fire). Target – Hamburg, Germany. Please see Spearin J.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lowick is buried in the Ohlsdorf Cemetery, Hamburg, Germany.
LOWING, WILLIAM ALLAN P/O(P) 402449 – Royal Australian Air Force. From Edmonton, Alberta. Killed Jul.24/42 age 25. Pilot Officer Pilot Lowing is buried in the Phaleron War Cemetery, Athens, Greece.
LOWLE, GORDON POMEROY WO2(N) R131761. From Calgary, Alberta. Killed In Action Dec.2/43 age 24. #432 Leaside Squadron (Saevitir Ad Lucem). Target – Berlin, Germany. Please see Slegg A.E. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class II Navigator Lowle is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LOWN, JOHN LIONEL FREDERICK F/O(P) J13992. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Jun.22/43. #429 Bison Squadron (Fortunae Nihil). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see Sieffert A.J. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Lown is buried in the Canadian War Cemetery, Bergen-Op-Zoom, Holland.
LOWNEY, JOSEPH PATRICK LAC(AG) R257955. From Copper Cliff, Ontario. Killed Apr.13/45 age 20. #10 Bombing and Gunnery School, Mount Pleasant, Prince Edward Island. Bolingbroke aircraft crashed. Please see Thomson J. Alex for casualty list and flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Air Gunner Lowney has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario.
LOWRY, EDWARD ARTHUR LAC(WAG) R86335 – under training. From The Pas, Manitoba. Died Dec.12/41 age 25. #2 Wireless School, Calgary, Alberta. LAC. Lowry died as the result of injuries sustained in a crash the previous day. Please see LAC. G.F. Ryan for detail. Leading AirCraftman Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lowry is buried in the Riverside Cemetery, Dauphin, Manitoba.
LOWRY, HERMAN MERVYN P/O(WAG) J6847. From Ottawa, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.6/42 age 23. #407 Demon Squadron (To Hold On High). Hudson aircraft# AM 696 was armed with 4 x 250 lb. bombs and failed to return from an anti-shipping strike off the Dutch coast. FS. N.A. Leckie, WO. D.A. Mccann, and P/O. J.D. Foley were also killed. P/O. Kim Abbott was flying beside P/O. Foley between Esbjerg and Sylt Island when Foley was lost. For more information on #407 Sqdn. see Abbott’s book GATHERING OF DEMONS. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lowry has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOWRY, JAMES WO1 (P) R78911. From Sarnia, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.2/43 age 27. #185 Squadron (Ara Fejn Hu). WO. Lowry lost his life when his Spitfire aircraft # EN 404 went missing during operations twenty miles south of Sicily. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Lowry has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LOWTHER, CREIGHTON CARLISLE P/O(P) J5029. From Amherst, Nova Scotia. Killed In Action Sep.27/41 age 21. #33 Squadron (Loyalty). Hurricane aircraft missing during operations in the Gambut area. Pilot Officer Pilot Lowther has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Alamein War Memorial, Egypt.
LOWTHER, DAVID WESLEY FS(AG) R94724. From Tuxford, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Mar.3/43 age 28. #103 Squadron (Noli Me Tangere). BROTHER to John Clair Lowther. FS. Lowther was killed when his Lancaster aircraft # W 4788 was in a mid-air collision with another aircraft near Hohenaspen, Germany. Six members of the RAF, Sgt.s P. Bailey, C.V. Ellen, D.W. Perch, FS.s J. Mead, J.C. Paton, and N.F. Trigg were also killed. FS. Lowther had previously been wounded in action on January 13, 1943, six members of this crew were uninjured. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Lowther was buried at Hohenaspen, exhumed, and reinterred in the Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
LOWTHER, EDWARD ARTHUR SGT(AG) R52049. From Walkerville, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.21/41 age 20. #109 Squadron (Primi Hastati). Wellington aircraft lost. Please see FS. H.I. Wolf for casualty list and flight detail. Sgt. Lowther had been shot down in August of 1941 during the return trip from a sortie over Hamburg, Germany and he spent thirteen hours in a dinghy in the North Sea before being rescued. Sergeant Air Gunner Lowther was buried at Sidi Omar, exhumed, and reinterred in the Halfaya-Sollum War Cemetery, Egypt.
LOWTHER, JOHN CLAIR F/O(WAG) J10021. From Tuxford, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Sep.28/43 age 24. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus), Pathfinder Force. BROTHER to David Wesley Lowther. Target – Hanover, Germany. Please see St. Louis B.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lowther has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England. LOWTHER, ROBERT FLEMING P/O(OB) J41907//R99090. From Kitchener, Ontario. Killed Nov.8/43 age 23. #116 Bomber Reconnaissance Squadron, Botwood, Newfoundland. Canso aircraft crashed. Please see Redmond J.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Observer Lowther has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario.
LOWTHER, ROY WOODSIDE P/O(AG) J92029//R182967. From Melfort, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Apr.19/44 age 20. #149 East India Squadron (Fortis Nocte). Stirling aircraft # LJ 504 failed to return from night mine-laying operations in the Baltic Sea. Six of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lowther has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOYER, GORDON FELIX AC2 R65568 – air frame mechanic. From Toronto, Ontario. Died Dec.4/40 age 18. #1 Technical Training School, St. Thomas, Ontario. Death by natural causes while in the St. Joseph’s Hospital, London, Ontario. AirCraftman Second Class Loyer is buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery at Toronto, Ontario.
LOYNS, RONALD HARVEY FS(P) R62462. From Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Aug.19/42 age 20. #66 Squadron (Cavete Praemonui). FS. Loyns was killed when his Spitfire aircraft was shot down in the sea ten miles west of Dieppe, France. There were over 100 Allied aircraft lost on this date. Flight Sergeant Pilot Loyns has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LOYST, MORLEY PERCIVAL FS(AG) R184001. From Sillsville, Ontario. Killed Nov.9/43 age 30. #90 Squadron (Geier). Stirling aircraft was in a mid-air collision with a Spitfire aircraft and then crashed and exploded at Shipsea Hill near Mildenhall aerodrome Suffolk, England. All eight of the Stirling’s crew were buried together, seven of whom were not Canadians. The Spitfire pilot, not Canadian, bailed out and descended safely. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Loyst is buried in a Communal grave in Beck Row Cemetery, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. His name is also inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LUARD, RICHARD AUBREY P/O(OB) J7801. From Burford, Ontario. Killed In Action Oct.23/41 age 26. #31 Operational Training Unit, Debert, Nova Scotia. Hudson aircraft crashed. Please see Kelley R.F. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Observer Luard is buried in St. John’s Parish Cemetery, Truro, Nova Scotia.
LUCAS, JOHN JAMES FS(WAG) R77585. From Armada, Alberta. Killed In Action Sep.2/42 age 23. #156 Squadron (We Light The Way). Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see FS. L. Kriger for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lucas is buried in the Wyton St. Margaret and All Saints Churchyard, Houghton and Wyton, Huntingdonshire, England.
LUCAS, JOHN ROBERT FS(P) R78281. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed J In Action Feb.18/42 age 24. #153 Squadron (Noctividus). Beaufighter aircraft# T 3194 crashed in the Irish Sea west of the Isle of Man. The RAF navigator, FS. Dean, was also killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lucas is buried in St. Andrew Church of Ireland Churchyard, Ballyhalbert, Ballyeasbourgh, County Down, Ireland.
LUCAS, KENNETH RICHARD P/O(P) 41854 – Royal Air Force. From St. Thomas, Ontario. Killed In Action May.19/40 age 19. #145 Squadron (Die Noctuque Pugnamus). Hurricane aircraft lost over Dunkirk, France during the Battle of France. Pilot Officer Pilot Lucas is buried at St. Armand, Arleux, France.
LUCAS, THOMAS FRANCIS CROZIER LAC(P) R77062. From Moy, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Killed Dec.5/40 age 28. #1 Elementary Flying Training School, Malton, Ontario. Fleet Finch aircraft # 4420 and Fleet Finch # 4406 collided in the air during the landing approach at Malton. LAC. Lucas was the only casualty and was killed in aircraft 4406. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Lucas is buried in the Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec.
LUCAS, WIER SMITH LAC(P) R125412 – under training. From Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Killed Sep.9/42 age 23. #3 Service Flying Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Cessna Crane aircraft crashed. Please see Miracle G.S. for casualty list and flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Smith is buried in the Cemetery at Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
LUCK, HARVEY SAMUEL F/L(P) J21832. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed Jan.7/45 age 32. #279 Squadron. Warwick aircraft # BV 233 went into a spin and crashed two miles south of Middleton St. George, England. Five RAF members of the crew were also killed. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Luck is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. LUCK, JACK FS(BA) R105215. From Newmarket, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.20/44 age 22. #103 Squadron (Noli Me Tangere). Lancaster aircraft # JB 645 lost during night operations over Hanover, Germany. Sgt. A.H. Daines (RAF) was also killed. Five others of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Bomb Aimer Luck is buried in the Limmer British Cemetery at Hanover, Germany.
LUCKI, ALBIN P/O(N) J8342//R86431. From Komarno, Manitoba. Killed May.31/42 age 20. #12 Operational Training Unit. Wellington LUCAS, WIER SMITH LAC(P) R125412 – under training. From Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Killed Sep.9/42 age 23. #3 Service Flying Training School, Calgary, Alberta. Cessna Crane aircraft crashed. Please see Miracle G.S. for casualty list and flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Pilot Smith is buried in the Cemetery at Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. LUNAN, ATHOL LORNE SGT(WAG) R144320. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Apr.23/44. #1659 Heavy Conversion Unit. Halifax aircraft # R 9384 had the port outer engine catch fire shortly after take-off. The aircraft crashed at Home Farm, ten miles south-west of Topcliffe, Yorkshire. P/O. H.M. Herbert, Sgt.s F.R. Dawson, J.T. McGovern, and one member of the crew, not Canadian, were also killed. Sabotage is believed to have been the cause of the fire and the crash. Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lunan is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LUNAN, WILLIAM EVERETT WO1(P) R71746. From Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Aug.12/42 age 32. #78 Squadron (Nemo Non Paratus). Halifax aircraft missing over enemy territory. Sgt. F.A. Scotland (RAF) was also killed. Two Canadians, FS. L.C. Jupp and Sgt. J.K. Howes were taken Prisoners Of War. One Canadian, FS. Fay, was an Evader. Two RAF members of the crew missing believed killed. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Lunan is buried in the Schoonselhof Cemetery, Antwerp, Wilrijk, Belgium.
LUNDBERG, TORKEL TORKELSSON F/O(N) J10683. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Jan.21/43 age 22. #103 Squadron (Noli Me Tangere). Lancaster aircraft # W 4340 missing from operations, presumed over target, presumed enemy action. FS. K.G. Curtis was also killed. Five of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Navigator Lundberg has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LUNDY, ERNEST EDWARD SGT(AG) R91200. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action May.13/43 age 24. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Wellington aircraft # HE 656 missing on a night trip over France. FS. W.E. Mann, F/O.s W.W. O’Brien, L.A. Dingley, and P/O. P.G. Kelly were also killed. Sergeant Air Gunner Lundy is buried in the Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery, Hautot-sur-Mer, France.
LUNDY, HARVEY WILLIAM FS(P) R66181. From St. Catharines, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.2/42 age 22. #57 Squadron (Corpus Non Animum Muto). Wellington aircraft# X 3748 lost during night operations over enemy territory. One RNZAF and four RAF members of the crew missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lundy is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LUNDY, JAMES SGT(AG) R187630. From Turnerville, Ontario. Killed In Action Oct.3/43. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Halifax aircraft # EB 213 was shot down and crashed near Byrguffeln, Germany during a night trip to Kassel, Germany. FS.s G.M. Herbert, A.J. Cadeau, P/O.s R.P. Goldstein, F.B. Edwards (RAF), and Sgt. A.J. Hodgkins (RAF) were also killed. One Canadian, Sgt. F. Gration, was taken Prisoner Of War. Sergeant Air Gunner Lundy was buried in the Cemetery at Byrguffeln, exhumed, and reburied in the Limmer British Cemetery at Hanover, Germany.
LUNDY, JOHN EDWARD F/O(N) J16424. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.2/44 age 21. #119 Squadron. Albacore aircraft missing. Please see S/L. J.T. Davis D.F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lundy has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LUNDY, WILLIAM JOHN SCOTT LAC R194702 – aero engine mechanic. From Calgary, Alberta. Killed In Action Sep.24/44. #1 PDC. Dakota aircraft crashed. Please see LAC. L.I. Beach for casualty list and flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Lundy was buried at New Leiningen, Germany, exhumed, and reburied in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LUNKIE, ANTTI ALFREET LAC(WAG) R176310 – under training. From Peterbell, Ontario. Killed Apr.14/43 age 29. #2 Wireless School, Calgary, Alberta. Fleet Finch aircraft crashed. Please see Sgt. T.J. Doolan for flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lunkie is buried in the Riverside Cemetery at Port Arthur, Ontario.
LUNN, GERALD ALFRED F/L(AG) J10875. From Quesnel, British Columbia. Killed In Action Apr.17/43 age 23. #429 Bison Squadron (Fortunae Nihil). Wellington aircraft # BK 162 did not return from operations to Mannheim, Germany, presumed enemy action. FS.s D.S. Ritchie, G. Gill (RAF), S/L. F.A. Holmes D.F.C. (RAF), and F/O. J. McMaster (RAF) were also killed. Flight Lieutenant Air Gunner Lunn is buried in the Churchyard at Septmonts, Aisne, France.
LUNN, JOHN WILSON SGT(AG) 534284 – Royal Air Force. From Sutherland, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.3/43 age 25. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Halifax aircraft missing. Please see Funkhouser H.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Air Gunner Lunn is buried in the Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
LUNNEY, VERNAL NORWOOD P/O(N) J92324//R177545. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Mar.29/44 age 20. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Target – Vaires, France. Please see Surridge E.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Navigator Lunney has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LUNNIN, THOMAS HORACE P/O(AG) J90304//R203830. From Osage, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jul.19/44 age 19. #50 Squadron (From Defence To Attack). Target – Revigny, France. Please see Maltais F.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lunnin is buried in the Churchyard at Robert Magny, Haute-Marne, France.
LUPINSKY, JACK P/O(N) J95174//R164676. From Winnipeg, Manitoba. Killed In Action Nov.2/44 age 21. #428 Ghost Squadron (Usque Ad Finem). Target – Dusseldorf, Germany. Please see Samuel A.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Navigator Lupinsky was buried in the Catholic Cemetery on Potsdamer St., Solingen, Germany, exhumed, and reburied in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LUPTON, STANLEY RAYMOND FS(AG) R63733. From Chatham, Ontario. Killed In Action Aug.6/42 age 21. #102 Ceylon Squadron (Tentate Et Perficite). Halifax aircraft lost. Please see McKinnon W.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Lupton is buried in the Canadian War Cemetery, Nijmegen, Holland.
LUSSIER, JOSEPH EMILE JEAN BAPTISTE GERARD P/O(AG) J90022//R127280. From Longueuil, Quebec. Killed In Action Feb.8/44 age 20. #14 Squadron (I Spread My Wings And Keep My Promise). Marauder aircraft # FK 362 lost between Grattaglie, Italy and North Africa. F/O. J.H. Irwin was also killed. Pilot Officer Air Gunner Lussier has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Alamein War Memorial, Egypt.
LUSSIER, JOSEPH RAOUL RENE SGT(WAG) R189587. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed Oct.7/43 age 22. #6 Bombing and Gunnery School, Mountain View, Ontario. Two Bolingbroke aircraft collided. Please see Shields L.G. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lussier is buried in the Cote des Neiges Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec.
LUTEN, LEO OWEN LAC R94598 – aero engine mechanic. From Radville, Saskatchewan. Killed Sep.15/42 age 23. #419 Moose Squadron (Moosa Aswayita). Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see Lawley E.D. for casualty list and flight detail. Leading AirCraftman Luten is buried in the St. Nicholas Churchyard Extension, Cottesmore, Rutland, England.
LUTES, ALLISON ROY WO2(N) R99088. From Moncion, New Brunswick. Killed In Action Jul.14/43 age 19. #78 Squadron (Nemo Non Paratus). Halifax aircraft # JD 175 missing from night operations over Aachen, Germany. Sgt. Z. Yonkers was also killed and five of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Warrant Officer Class II Navigator Lutes is buried in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LUTES, RONALD ALBERT ELDEN FS(P) R90709. From Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Killed Sep.3/42 age 24. #5 Operational Training Unit, Abbotsinch, England. Beaufort aircraft crashed at Ben More, Isle of Mull. FS.s J.B. Hargreaves, B.D. Francis, and one RAF airmen were also killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lutes is buried in the Pennyfuir Cemetery, Oban, Kilmore and Kilbride, Argyllshire, Scotland.
LUTHER, NORMAN CLIFFORD GRAHAM WO1 (P) R94566. From Sintaluta, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Jun.30/43 age 21. #407 Demon Squadron (To Hold On High). Wellington aircraft failed to return. Please see Shuttleworth E.L. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class 1 Pilot Luther has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LUTHER, WALLACE CLIFFORD F/O(P) 125696 – Royal Air Force. From St. John’s, Newfoundland. Killed In Action May.29/43 age 24. #158 Squadron (Strength In Unity). Halifax aircraft lost. Please see WO. J. Cooper for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Pilot Luther is buried in the War Cemetery, Heverlee, Brabant, Belgium. LUXFORD, FLOYD EDWARD F/L(BA) J15434. From East Angus, Quebec. Killed In Action Apr.3/43 age 29. #405 City of Vancouver Squadron (Ducimus). Halifax aircraft # # OT 808 missing from a night attack against Essen, Germany. WO.s J.D. White, W.J. McAlpine, J.W. Halikowski, and Sgt. H.J. McQueen were also killed. Two Canadians, FS. N.W. Bradley and F/L. Murphy were taken Prisoners Of War. Flight Lieutenant Bomb Aimer Luxford is buried in the Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery, Nijmegen, Holland.
LUXTON, ERIC LAURANCE P/O(P) J94582//184838. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.4/45 age 33. #115 Squadron (Despite The Elements), Witchford, England. Target – Merseburg, Germany. Lancaster aircraft # HK 555 was in a mid-air collision before it crashed near Giesen, Germany. F/O. A.E. Adams (RAF), Sgt.s J.T. Buckley (RAF), E. Sheaville (RAF), FS.s W.G. Carr (RAF), C.E. Marchant (RAF), WO. G.R. Saville (RAAF), and F/L. T.A. O’Halloran (RAF) were also killed. This was the last aircraft and aircrew lost from this squadron during W.W. II. Pilot Officer Pilot Luxton is buried in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LUXTON, JOHN DAVID FS(P) R84223. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Aug.5/42 age 22. #412 Falcon Squadron (Promtus Ad Vindictum). Two Spitfire aircraft collided. Please see P/O. G.T. Koellhoffer for flight detail. Flight Sergeant Pilot Luxton is buried in the Chichester Cemetery, Sussex, England.
LYBBERT, DWAIN EARL P/O(P) J43461. From Glenwoodville, Alberta. Killed Jun.2/44 age 20. #1 Flying Instructor School, Trenton, Ontario. Cornell aircraft crashed. Please see P/O. A.R. Whitmore for flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lybbert is buried in the Glenwood Cemetery at Glenwoodville, Alberta.
LYLE, HORACE KEITH F/O(P) J17894//R79134. From Westmount, Quebec. Killed In Action Dec.8/44. #181 Squadron (lrruimus Vastatum). F/O. Lyle was flying Typhoon aircraft # MN 888 on a long range armed reconnaissance to the Hakoveg – Osnabruk area of Germany and was last seen making a rocket projectile and cannon attack on a goods train between Lamforde and Bohmte, Germany. Flying Officer Pilot Lyle is buried in the Sage War Cemetery, Oldenburg, Land Niedersachsen, Germany.
LYLE, ROBERT SAMUEL WO1(WAG) R128192. From Ethelton, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Aug.18/44 age 28. #202 Squadron (Semper Vigilate). Catalina aircraft crashed in the sea ten miles south of Gibraltar. Seven RAF crew members, Sgt.s H.G. Barnfield, C.F. Moore, K. Neville, C. Roberts, F/O.s L.N. Bowles, L.A. Shaw, and H.G. Stapleforth were also killed. Warrant Officer Class 1 Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lyle was buried at sea, his name is inscribed on the Gibraltar War Memorial, Gibraltar.
LYMAN, BENJAMIN CHARLES PHILIP F/L(P) C511. From Montreal, Quebec. Died Mar.9/44 age 36. RCAF Station, Rockcliffe, Ontario. Death by natural causes while in the Station Hospital at Rockcliffe. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Lyman is buried in the Mount Royal Cemetery. Montreal, Quebec.
L YMBURNER, LEO MCCLELLAN FS(P) R122558. From Fonthill, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.3/43 age 23. #427 Lion Squadron (Ferte Manus Certas). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see Millson H.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lymburner has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LYNAM, FRANCIS WILLIAM F/O(N) J29323. From Hamilton, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.14/44 age 21. #4 Bomber Reconnaissance Squadron, Totino, British Columbia. Canso aircraft missing. Please see Patterson G.F. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lynam has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario.
L YNAS, JAMES P/O(P) J6170. From London, Ontario. Killed In Action Dec.17/41 age 19. #22 Operational Training Unit. Wellington aircraft# C 2566 was flying in a snowstorm when it crashed and burned at Warwick, England. One Canadian, P/O. R.J. Jackson was seriously injured in this accident and was KIA on June 29, 1942. Pilot Officer Pilot Lynas is buried in the Stratford-On-Avon Cemetery, Evesham Road, Warwickshire, England.
LYNASS, JAMES CUNNINGHAM FS(WAG) R103922. From Delburne, Alberta. Killed In Action May.3/43 age 21. #487 New Zealand Squadron (Ki Te Mutunga). Ventura aircraft lost. Please see Toombs H.W. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lynass has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LYNCH, HUGH CHARLES F/O(P) J35785. From Mallorytown, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.9/45 age 24. #404 Buffalo Squadron (Ready To Fight) Five Beaufighter aircraft lost. Please see Myrick P.R. for casualty Halikowski, and Sgt. H.J. McQueen were also killed. Two Canadians, FS. N.W. Bradley and F/L. Murphy were taken Prisoners Of War. Flight Lieutenant Bomb Aimer Luxford is buried in the Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery, Nijmegen, Holland.
LUXTON, ERIC LAURANCE P/O(P) J94582//184838. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.4/45 age 33. #115 Squadron (Despite The Elements), Witchford, England. Target – Merseburg, Germany. Lancaster aircraft # HK 555 was in a mid-air collision before it crashed near Giesen, Germany. F/O. A.E. Adams (RAF), Sgt.s J.T. Buckley (RAF), E. Sheaville (RAF), FS.s W.G. Carr (RAF), C.E. Marchant (RAF), WO. G.R. Saville (RAAF), and F/L. T.A. O’Halloran (RAF) were also killed. This was the last aircraft and aircrew lost from this squadron during W.W. II. Pilot Officer Pilot Luxton is buried in the War Cemetery at Rheinberg, Germany.
LUXTON, JOHN DAVID FS(P) R84223. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed Aug.5/42 age 22. #412 Falcon Squadron (Promtus Ad Vindictum). Two Spitfire aircraft collided. Please see P/O. G.T. Koellhoffer for flight detail. Flight Sergeant Pilot Luxton is buried in the Chichester Cemetery, Sussex, England.
LYBBERT, DWAIN EARL P/O(P) J43461. From Glenwoodville, Alberta. Killed Jun.2/44 age 20. #1 Flying Instructor School, Trenton, Ontario. Cornell aircraft crashed. Please see P/O. A.R. Whitmore for flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lybbert is buried in the Glenwood Cemetery at Glenwoodville, Alberta.
LYLE, HORACE KEITH F/O(P) J17894//R79134. From Westmount, Quebec. Killed In Action Dec.8/44. #181 Squadron (lrruimus Vastatum). F/O. Lyle was flying Typhoon aircraft # MN 888 on a long range armed reconnaissance to the Hakoveg – Osnabruk area of Germany and was last seen making a rocket projectile and cannon attack on a goods train between Lamforde and Bohmte, Germany. Flying Officer Pilot Lyle is buried in the Sage War Cemetery, Oldenburg, Land Niedersachsen, Germany.
LYLE, ROBERT SAMUEL WO1(WAG) R128192. From Ethelton, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Aug.18/44 age 28. #202 Squadron (Semper Vigilate). Catalina aircraft crashed in the sea ten miles south of Gibraltar. Seven RAF crew members, Sgt.s H.G. Barnfield, C.F. Moore, K. Neville, C. Roberts, F/O.s L.N. Bowles, L.A. Shaw, and H.G. Stapleforth were also killed. Warrant Officer Class 1 Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lyle was buried at sea, his name is inscribed on the Gibraltar War Memorial, Gibraltar.
LYMAN, BENJAMIN CHARLES PHILIP F/L(P) C511. From Montreal, Quebec. Died Mar.9/44 age 36. RCAF Station, Rockcliffe, Ontario. Death by natural causes while in the Station Hospital at Rockcliffe. Flight Lieutenant Pilot Lyman is buried in the Mount Royal Cemetery. Montreal, Quebec.
L YMBURNER, LEO MCCLELLAN FS(P) R122558. From Fonthill, Ontario. Killed In Action Mar.3/43 age 23. #427 Lion Squadron (Ferte Manus Certas). Wellington aircraft missing. Please see Millson H.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lymburner has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LYNAM, FRANCIS WILLIAM F/O(N) J29323. From Hamilton, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.14/44 age 21. #4 Bomber Reconnaissance Squadron, Totino, British Columbia. Canso aircraft missing. Please see Patterson G.F. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lynam has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Ottawa War Memorial, Ottawa, Ontario.
L YNAS, JAMES P/O(P) J6170. From London, Ontario. Killed In Action Dec.17/41 age 19. #22 Operational Training Unit. Wellington aircraft# C 2566 was flying in a snowstorm when it crashed and burned at Warwick, England. One Canadian, P/O. R.J. Jackson was seriously injured in this accident and was KIA on June 29, 1942. Pilot Officer Pilot Lynas is buried in the Stratford-On-Avon Cemetery, Evesham Road, Warwickshire, England.
LYNASS, JAMES CUNNINGHAM FS(WAG) R103922. From Delburne, Alberta. Killed In Action May.3/43 age 21. #487 New Zealand Squadron (Ki Te Mutunga). Ventura aircraft lost. Please see Toombs H.W. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lynass has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LYNCH, HUGH CHARLES F/O(P) J35785. From Mallorytown, Ontario. Killed In Action Feb.9/45 age 24. #404 Buffalo Squadron (Ready To Fight) Five Beaufighter aircraft lost. Please see Myrick P.R. for casualty LYNCH, JAMES LAURIDS SGT(FE) R201189. From Windsor, Ontario. ‘ Killed In Action Mar.5/45 age 20. #425 Alouette Squadron (Je Te Plumerai). Target • Chemnitz, Germany. Please see Lowe A.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Flight Engineer Lynch is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LYNCH, JOHN DONALD F/O(BA) J22422. From Ayton, Ontario. Killed In Action Nov.26/43 age 26. #625 Squadron (We Avenge). Target • Berlin, Germany. Please see F/O. R. Mcsorley for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Lynch is buried in the Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery, Nijmegen, Holland.
LYNCH, JOHN JOSEPH FS(P) R67234. From Syracuse, New York, U.S.A. Killed In Action Dec.27/41 age 23. #57 Squadron (Corpus Non Animum Muto). Whitley aircraft # V 6841 failed to return from operations. Six of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lynch has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LYNCH, NORMAN HERBERT P/O(BA) J88774//R130380. From Kirkland Lake, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.23/44 age 21. #431 Iroquois Squadron (The Hatiten Ronteriios). Target · Dusseldorf, Germany. Please see Lochhead R.L. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Bomb Aimer Lynch is buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Germany.
LYNCH, RAYMOND VICTOR F/O(BA) J24525. From Shawville, Quebec. Killed Nov.1 /43 age 23. #19 Operational Training Unit. Whitley aircraft # BD 627 crashed in the sea off Kinloss, Scotland. One Canadian was rescued and three members of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Bomb Aimer Lynch has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LYNCH, ROBERT RUSSELL SGT(AG) R212959. From Cobleskill, New York, U.S.A. Killed Nov.1/43 age 23. #5 Lancaster Finishing School. Lancaster aircraft crashed. Please see F/O. W.D. Lewis for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Air Gunner Lynch is buried in the Stonefall Cemetery, Wetherby Road, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England.
LYNDS, ALFRED GEORGE FS(P) R87012. From Millerdale, Saskatchewan. Killed In Action Aug.5/42. #43 Squadron (Gloria Finis). FS. Lynds took off from Tangmere, England in a Hurricane aircraft and was never heard from again. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lynds is buried in the Communal Cemetery, Pont-Audemer, Eure, France.
LYNE, FRANCIS HAROLD P/O(P) J85084. From Michel, British Columbia. Killed In Action Jun.8/44 age 20. #138 Squadron (For Freedom). Halifax aircraft missing. Please see WO. Arthur R. Smith for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lyne is buried in the Communal Cemetery at La Ferte-St. Cyr, Loire-et-Cher, France.
LYNG, DAVID THOMAS P/O(N) J19591. From Montreal, Quebec. Killed In Action Jan.14/44. #432 Leaside Squadron (Saevitir Ad Lucem). Lancaster aircraft # DS 740 missing while engaged in night operations over Brunswick, Germany. P/O. D.A. Rae, WO. W.H. Hoppus, Sgt.s J.H. Aplin (RAF), K.E. Evans (RAF), A.A. Hutchinson (RAF), C.F. Tarr (RAF), FS. E.F. Howe (RAF), and F/O. B.V. Holmes (RAF) were also killed. Pilot Officer Navigator Lyng is buried in the Limmer British Cemetery at Hanover, Germany. LYNN, BARRY EVERITT F/O(N) J14236. From Oras, Alberta. Killed In Action Jan.28/44 age 23. #426 Thunderbird Squadron (On Wings Of Fire). Target – Berlin, Germany. Please see Shaw T.R. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lynn is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery, Charlottenburg, Germany.
LYNN, ROBERT JOHN THOMAS WO2(OB) R102004. From Sioux Falls, South Dakota, U.S.A. Killed In Action Feb.3/43 age 29. #218 Gold Coast Squadron (In Time). Stirling aircraft lost. Please see Stewart F.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Warrant Officer Class II Observer Lynn is buried at Arnhem, Moscowa, Holland.
LYON, KENNETH BROGDEN F/O(N) J25605. From Thorndale, Ontario. Killed In Action Jul.22/44 age 27. #150 Squadron (Aiei Anomen). Wellington aircraft# LP 204 failed to return from an attack on the Pardubici oil refinery at Bohemia. Sgt. T. Neilan (RAF) was also killed. Three of the crew, not Canadians, missing believed killed. Flying Officer Navigator Lyon has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Malta War Memorial, Malta.
LYONS, FREDERICK ERWIN EDGAR FS(AG) R91236. From Toronto, Ontario. Killed In Action Sep.7/42 age 29. #101 Squadron (Mens Agitat Molem). Target – Duisburg, Germany. Please see Lawrence J.B. for casualty list and flight detail. Flight Sergeant Air Gunner Lyons has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
LYONS, GORDON HOWARD FS(P) R80184. From Manitou, Manitoba. Killed In Action May.28/42 age 25. #33 Squadron (Loyalty). FS. Lyons was killed when his Hurricane aircraft was shot down fifteen miles west of El Adem. Flight Sergeant Pilot Lyons has no known grave, his name is inscribed on the Alamein War Memorial, Egypt. p,_ L VONS, HENRY NEELIN F/O(N) J13423. From Vancouver, British fl} Columbia. Killed In Action May.23/43 age 32. #15 Squadron (Aim ( Sure). Stirling aircraft lost. Please see Johnson W.Q. for casualty list and flight detail. Flying Officer Navigator Lyons is buried at Dortmund. His name is also inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England.
L VONS, RONALD ALEXANDER F/O(P) J20160. From Didsbury, Alberta. Died Aug.7/43 age 27. #1 Y Depot, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Death by natural causes while in the Camp Hill Hospital, Halifax .. Flying Officer Pilot Lyons is buried in the Didsbury Cemetery at Didsbury, Alberta.
LYSAK, LEO MAX SGT(BA) R194631. From Parkland, Alberta. Killed Aug.11 /44 age 31. #24 Operational Training Unit (Cum Labore Adjuvantes). Wellington aircraft crashed. Please see Lamb L.C. for casualty list and flight detail. Sergeant Bomb Aimer Lysak is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England.
LYTLE, ORVILLE P/O(P) J18694//R124019. From Roland, Manitoba. Killed In Action Sep.27/43 age 30. #434 Bluenose Squadron (In Excelsis Vincimus). Target – Hanover, Germany. Please see Leach J.A. for casualty list and flight detail. Pilot Officer Pilot Lytle is buried in the Limmer British Cemetery at Hanover, Germany.
LYTTLE, WILLIAM ALEX P/O(WAG) J19020//R97337. From Humber Bay, Ontario. Killed In Action Apr.21/43 age 23. #21 Squadron (Viribus Vincimus). Target – Abbeville, France. Please see Wallace D.J. for casualty list and operation detail. Pilot Officer Wireless Operator Air Gunner Lyttle is buried in the Communal Cemetery Extension, Abbeville, France.