Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Margaret Northam

Inscription

In proud and loving memory of

Edward George Titley

Flight Lieutenant R.A.F. V.R.

Beloved husband of Dorothy

Killed flying on active service

July 17th 1943, Aged 31 years

"They shall grow, not old

As we that are left grow old

We shall remember you"

Place of Inscription

St Margaret Northam

Devon

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Edward George

Titley

7th August 1911

Carlton, Nottinghamshire

17th July 1943

Serving as a Squadron Leader with 5 (Coastal) OTU when his plane crashed near Moira, County Down, Northern Ireland

31

St Margaret's churchyard, Northam, Devon

Second World War

Squadron Leader (Pilot)

Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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