Battle of Britain London Monument – Sgt. W G Lewis

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William George Lewis joined the RAFVR in September 1939 as an Airman u/t Air Gunner. He completed his training and was serving with 235 Squadron at North Coates on 31st March 1940.

He joined 25 Squadron at North Weald on 14th May and was still with it in November 1940.

In July 1941 Lewis was serving with 214 Squadron at Stradishall as a Flight Sergeant. He failed to return from an operation to Bremen on 14th July. His aircraft, Wellington BU-H R1614, was presumed lost over the North Sea.

His body was washed up on an English beach and he is buried in Mynydd Bach Congregational Chapelyard, Llwchwr, Glamorganshire.

Also lost were:
P/O VK Brown
Sgt. RD Hull
Sgt. MR Collins RCAF
Sgt. JS Else
Sgt. J Taylor

 

 

 

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