Battle of Britain London Monument – P/O P Byng-Hall

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Percy Byng-Hall was born in England in April 1907 but went to Canada as a child. In late 1939 he returned to England as a member of the West Nova Scotia Regiment.

He transferred to the RAF in May 1940 as a direct-entry Air Gunner. He joined 29 Squadron on 7th July and served with it until 18th November 1940 when he was posted to 218 Squadron as an Air Gunner in Wellingtons.

He transferred to the Administrative Branch in July 1942 and was released from the RAF in early 1946.

He returned to Canada and took up farming at Lawrencetown in Nova Scotia. In January 1948 he was admitted to Camp Hill Hospital in the capital Halifax, suffering from lung cancer.

Despite treatment he died on 21st May 1948.

Byng-Hall was buried at the Old Holy Trinity Anglican Church Cemetery in Middleton, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.

 

Additional research courtesy of Allan Baillie.

 

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