Battle of Britain London Monument – P/O G K GOUT

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Geoffrey Kenneth Gout was educated at New Beacon School, Sevenoaks. He was a keen motorist and raced at Brooklands before the war. He joined the RAF on a short service commission in February 1939 and, after completing his training, he was posted to 234 Squadron at Leconfield at its reformation there on October 30th 1939.

Gout was killed on July 25th 1940 when his Spitfire, P9493, crashed near Porthowan during a routine flight, cause unknown.

He was 24 and is buried in St Eval churchyard, Cornwall.

 

 

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