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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

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Also in memory of their beloved son

Albert Edward Sgt Pilot R.A.F.

Killed in action Feb 25th 1943 Aged 22

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Christchurch Cemetery Newport

Monmouthshire

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Albert Edward

Passmore

1921

Newport, Monmouthshire

25th February 1943

Killed in attempting to land his Spitfire IX in appalling weather conditions at Souk-El-Khemis airfield in rain and hail - he crashed due to the weather conditions, his plane spun and skidded on the mud

22

Medjez-El-Bab War Cemetery, Tunisia

Second World War

Sergeant (Pilot)

72 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

His father George died in 1926 from wounds received in the First World War and he was named after his uncle who was killed at Cambrai, France during the first war

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