Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St George Didbrook

Inscription

In

Loving

Memory of

William Grove Spencer

R.A.F. V.R.

Killed June 13th 1944

Aged 21 years

Father in thy gracious keeping

Leave we now our loved one sleeping

Place of Inscription

St George Didbrook

Gloucestershire

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William Grove

Spencer

1923

Winchcombe, Gloucestershire

13th June 1944

William was killed when the plane he was in an Avro Anson EG 233 hit high ground at North Barrule, on the Isle of Man on a navigational exercise as well as four other crew

21

St George's churchyard, Didbrook, Gloucestershire

Second World War

Sergeant (Air Bomber)

Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

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