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Newton upon Ouse parish:

Newton upon Ouse, War Memorial transcription:

The Memorial Plaque, Back Lane, Newton upon Ouse.


The memorial plaque. (see also Photo)

TO THE MEMORY OF
F/O.D.R.ParkerPilotR.C.A.F.
P/O.A.G.SootheranNavigatorR.C.A.F.
P/O.W.HolenchuckBomb AimerR.C.A.F.
P/O.R.C.ParkerWireless Op.R.C.A.F.
SGT.F.H.HowardEngineerR.A.F.
SGT.J.P.HughesAir GunnerR.A.F.

Members of 426 (Canadian) Squadron from Linton on Ouse
who lost their lives in a Halifax bomber which crashed
near this site after returning from operations.
4.00 a.m. 9th June 1944

'They gave their today for our tomorrow'


Data transcribed by
Colin Hinson.
from photography by himself