Battle of Britain London Monument – Sgt. H G Deadman

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Henry George Deadman was born in Motherwell on 4th July 1913. He was educated at the Commercial School Dunfermline and Queen Anne Secondary School. He was a musician before the war and joined the RAFVR on 3rd September 1939.

 

 

He joined 236 Squadron late in 1939 and was qualified as a WOp/AG by June 1940. He was promoted to Sergeant from LAC in June.

Deadman was still serving with 236 in November 1940.

His subsequent service is currently undocumented though it is known that he survived the war and later changed his name by deed poll to Stewart.

 

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