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William Frederick Eades


Category:Aircraft crash/incident
Name:William Frederick Eades     (Man)
Marital statusMarriage status unknown
Parents:Frederick Arthur and Mary Eades
Address:Liverpool, Merseyside, England
Served in Allied army
Army: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Unit:77 Squadron
Rank: Sergeant
Role: Wireless operator/ Air gunner
Operation: Missie Müllheim
StatusKilled in Action
Died23-06-1943    Place:Noordzee thv Schouwen-Duiveland
Vliegtuig stortte neer in de Noordzee.
Buried:Nieuwe Oosterbegraafplaats, Kruislaan, Amsterdam,
Persoonlijk verhaal : William Frederick Eades

Vertrok op 22-06-1943 om 23.05 uur van Elvington, Kent.

Noordzee Handley Page-Halifax MK. V DT700:KN-U
approximately location of death or action

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