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George Henry Hannan came from Dumfriesshire and joined the RAF in May 1940 as a direct-entry Air Gunner. After completing his training he joined 236 Squadron on 17th June 1940.
He was killed on 21st December 1940 when Blenheim IV R3878 was lost on a reconnaisance sortie to Brest. S/Ldr. GW Montagu and Sgt. DR Briggs were also lost. All are buried in Bayeux War Cemetery.