Wars Last Goodbyes
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Kempley (St Mary)

Inscription

To the Glory of God & in proud

memory of Colin Robert Morley

(R.A.F. V.R.) who gave his life for

his country 1st February 1942

Their name liveth for evermore


H.B.T. 1949

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Kempley (St Mary)

Gloucestershire

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Colin Robert

Morley

13th December 1918

Saskatchewan, Canada

1st February 1942

Killed whilst flying in a Hudson V plane with his comrades as part of Coastal Command when the plane flew into a tree and crashed at Nutts Corner in bad weather during a low-level attack against troops on an army co-operation exercise

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Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey

Second World War

Flight Sergeant

220 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

University student at Reading. Family name has also been Moses.

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