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Winchcombe Cemetery

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John Pumphrey Died September 29th 1940 Aged 21 Years

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Winchcombe Cemetery

Gloucestershire

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Maurice John

Pumphrey

1919

Winchcombe, Gloucestershire

29th September 1940

Killed in a flying accident in P9021 Oxford when he crashed in a forced landing near Salperton in Cotswolds Gloucestershire out of RAF South Cerney in Gloucestershire which was No 3 Flying Training School

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Winchcombe Cemetery, Gloucestershire

Second World War

Leading Aircraftsman

3 Flying Training School Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Just received his wings - he was one of the first men from Winchcombe to enlist in RAF on outbreak of war. He had only just celebrated his 21st birthday.

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