Battle of Britain London Monument – Sub/Lt.(FAA) S H Bunch

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Samuel Hoskin Bunch of Roehampton, Surrey was with 804 Squadron at Hatston in early July 1940, flying Sea Gladiators defending the Scapa Flow dockyard.

Bunch was killed on the early hours of the 11th June 1941 when his Sea Hurricane V7244 of 880 Squadron collided with Swordfish K8370 flown by Lt. Cross during take off at HMS Condor (RNAS Arbroath). Cross was unhurt.

Bunch was 22. He is buried in Arbroath Western Cemetery, Fife, Scotland.

 

 

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