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BELL, JOHN DOUGLAS

Service:Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number:409885
Rank:Leading Aircraftman
Date of Birth:15 July 1919
Place of Birth:Ararat, Victoria, Australia
Date of Death:27 October 1942 (Aged 23 years)
Units:No. 7 Service Flying Training School, RAAF

Timeline

27 October 1942Wirraway A20-8: Aircraft crashed approximately 7 miles west of Deniliquin, NSW.
29 October 1942Buried at the Ararat Cemetery, Victoria.

Burial Details

Cemetery:ARARAT GENERAL CEMETERY
Grave:Presbyterian Plot. Grave 3901. (GRM/3).

External Links

World War 2 Nominal Roll
Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour

References

National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1942, BELL John Douglas - (Leading Aircraftman); Service Number - 409885; File type - Casualty - Repatriation; Aircraft - Wirraway A20-8; Place - Deniliquin, New South Wales; Date - 27 October 1942, A705, 163/91/603.

Record updated on 8 October 2017.


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