11 May 1942|
Wellington Mk III - X3602 - KO-Q
Became lost in poor visibility and collided with a 240 feet wooden radio mast.
Crashed at 1600 hrs at West Beckham, 3 miles SW of Sheringham, Norfolk.
Source: 115 Squadron Roll of Honour by D. Bruce, W. R. Chorley, J. G. J. de Haan.
Sgt - Service No 1365683
Son of William Tait Batchen and Elizabeth Batchen (née Bushman)
of Rouleau, Saskatchewan. Both died in 1930
One sister Frances, his brother, Sgt Alexander George Batchen,
died on September 12, 1941 at age 20, while serving with the 19 OTU, RCAF.
He was the eldest of the children.
Marham Cemetery, Norfolk - War Graves Plot. Grave 17.
Sgt - Service No 1190815
Son of Thomas Herbert Watts Jones and Ann Jones.
Husband of Phyllis Mary Jones, of Westminster, London.
Marham Cemetery, Norfolk - War Graves Plot. Grave 18.