Service Details
Name:
INGRAM
Given Name:
STUART BIDDULPH
Initials:
S B
Service No:
160179
Rank:
Pilot Officer
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Regiment:
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
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Unit:
44 Sqdn.
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Date of Death:
1944-05-20
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Date of Birth:
1924-05-08
Age:
20
Cause of Death:
Killed in action, in a large scale bombing raid that was mounted against Amiens railway station but the weather was so bad that the attack was aborted. Lancaster ND689 KM-O however never made it home crashing into one of the lakes.
Additional
Information:
Son of McIntyre Wilson Ingram and Freda Ingram, of Plumtree, Southern Rhodesia. He was born on May 8th, 1924, and entered Plumtree School as a day scholar attached to Grey House in January, 1937. He was. a L/Cpl. in the Cadet Corps, and before leaving in December 1941, he passed his Cambridge School Certificate examination obtaining Matric. exemption. He was employed in the Native Department for a short while before attesting for the R.A.F. On Plumtree School Roll of Honour
Commemoration
Country:
United Kingdom
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Locality:
Surrey
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Cemetery:
RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL
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Grave Reference:
Panel 211.

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