Wars Last Goodbyes
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All Saints Sutton Courtenay

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John McKenzie McLean shot down over Holland in May 1942

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All Saints Sutton Courtenay

Oxfordshire

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John McKenzie

McLean

1920

31st May 1942

Killed in action after the Vickers Wellington plane N2894 was shot down near Klarenbeek in the Netherlands after a night bombing raid over Cologne killing five of the occupants. It was the first 1000 bomber raid.

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Apeldoorn (Ugchelen-Heidehof) General Cemetery, Netherlands

Second World War

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75 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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