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St John the Baptist Crowle

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Charles Thomas Rogers Sergt R.A.F. (V.R.) who gave his life Nov 30th 1942 aged 20 years

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St John the Baptist Crowle

Worcestershire

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Charles Thomas

Rogers

1922

Crowle, Worcestershire

30th November 1942

Killed with six other crew on board a Stirling bomber BF399 on a training flight out of Oakington airfield in Cambridgeshire when they crashed near Trinity Farm in trying to avoid another trainee Stirling plane on a night flight

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St John's churchyard, Crowle, Worcestershire

Second World War

Sergeant (Air Gunner)

75 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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