Wars Last Goodbyes
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Bromyard Cemetery

Inscription

Also to the memory of my only son

Robert Oliver Stewart Selwyn

Who was missing on active service while

Serving as a Pilot in the Royal Air Force

On August 4 1943

Father in thy gracious keeping

leave we now thy servant's sleeping

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Bromyard Cemetery

Herefordshire

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Robert Oliver Steward

Selwyn

24th December 1914

Newent, Gloucestershire

4th August 1943

202 Squadron Coastal Command Ferry flight Catalina FP 114 went missing from Castle Archdale, Lough Erne to Gibraltar with all on board missing presumed dead. The plane was lost without trace.

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Runnymede Memorial, Surrey

Second World War

Sergeant

202 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

This headstone has become detached and is lying haphazardly against another headstone

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