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St John the Baptist and St Alkmund Aymestrey

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Also their beloved eldest son

Sgt Edward Thomas Summer

R.A.F.

Killed in action November 1939 Aged 30 years

Buried at Marham, Norfolk


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St John the Baptist and St Alkmund Aymestrey

Herefordshire

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Edward Thomas

Summers

8th July 1909

Salthrop, Wroughton, Wiltshire

5th November 1939

KiIled when the Wellington Bomber he was pilotting and seven others hit an oak tree whilst low flying and came down in a field not far from the base of 38 Squadron at Marham in Norfolk

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Holy Trinity Churchyard, Marham, Norfolk

Second World War

Sergeant

38 Squadron Royal Air Force

Air Force Medal (January 1939)

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