Battle of Britain London Monument – F/O M Jebb

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Michael Jebb was the younger son of Brigadier-General GD Jebb of Hexham, Northumberland. He was educated at Stowe School and went on to Trinity College, Cambridge.

He was a member of the University Air Squadron and joined the RAFVR on 13th September 1938.

Called up on 1st September 1939 he completed his training, converted to Hurricanes and was posted to 504 Squadron at Castletown in July 1940.

He crashed near Dartford on 15th September, following combat over south-east London, in Hurricane N2705. Jebb was admitted to Dartford Hospital with burns and died of his injuries on the 19th, aged 22.

He was cremated at Hendon Crematorium.

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