Wars Last Goodbyes
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St Philip and St James Hallow

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Cherished memories of

My dear children

Eric William Tyler Sgt R.A.F. 

Killed in action June 12th 1941

Resting in the British Military

Cemetery Nijmegen Holland

Aged 20 years

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St Philip and St James Hallow

Worcestershire

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Eric William

Tyler

1921

Worcester, Worcestershire

12th June 1941

Killed when their Wellington R1464 was shot down by a night fighter heading for Dusseldorf at Meerlo, Netherlands with 5 other crew mates

20

Jonkerbos War Cemetery, Gelderland, Netherlands

Second World War

Sergeant (Air Gunner)

40 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

The crew were originally buried at Venlo Military Cemetery, Netherlands. Source: International Bomber Command Losses database

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