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This blower

was presented by

Alfred John Robbins

and Una his wife in

loving memory of

their son Flight Sgt

Pilot Alfred Ronald

Robbins who lost his

life while in action

over Holland 11-Oct

1941 aged 21 years

Buried at Huisduinen

near Den Helder

Brass plaque on organ

place of inscription

St Matthew Salford Priors

Warwickshire

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Alfred Ronald

Robbins

1920

Salford Priors, Warwickshire

11th October 1941

Alfred was killed on board Whitley Z9154 along with three others (one became POW) heading for a bombing raid on Essen, Germany when it was believed shot down over Holland flying from RAF Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire

21

Bergen-op-Zoom War Cemetery, Holland

Second World War

Flight Sergeant (Pilot)

58 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Alfred was re-buried after the war in Bergen-Op-Zoom from Huisduien. There is also a memorial in the churchyard

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Second World War

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58 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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Second World War

John Fosbroke

Slatter

1655 Mosquito Flying Unit Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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