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Allen Millar Cameron Bayne

Petty Officer | FX 76845

The Bayne family emigrated to New Zealand. Allen Millar Cameron Bayne served in the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm at the time of his death on 17th February 1943.

Andrew Francis Grattan

Major

Major Andrew Francis Grattan from Rathdowney, Co. Laois, Ireland served with the British Army and Royal Air Force before making a home in Bangor, Co. Down.

Map showing Annagh Pillbox, Portadown, Co. Armagh

Annagh Pillbox, Portadown, Co. Armagh

Tandragee Road, Portadown, Co. Armagh

Known as the Annagh Pillbox in the Portadown area, the Type 28 concrete defensive structure would have overlooked the River Bann on the main road between Portadown and Tandragee in Co. Armagh.

Featured image for Armstrong Whitworth Whitley P5041 crash on Mull of Kintyre, Scotland

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley P5041 crash on Mull of Kintyre, Scotland

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23rd January 2016

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley P5041 took off from RAF Aldergrove, Co. Antrim on 23rd January 1941. It crashed in poor weather killing all five of the aircrew.

Featured image for Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Z6501 crash at Loughermore Mountain, Co. Londonderry

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Z6501 crash at Loughermore Mountain, Co. Londonderry

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27th April 2018

All crew members of Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Z6501 survived the crash on 27th April 1941. Desmond O'Connell became a member of the "Guinea Pig Club".

Arthur Aloysius Macardle

Sergeant | 1136009

Sergeant Arthur Aloysius Macardle from Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 24th May 1944 while on active service with the Royal Air Force in the Second World War.

Arthur Ernest Belshaw

Sergeant | 1795491

Sergeant Arthur Ernest Belshaw died on 6th September 1943 aged 19 years old. He was the Bomb Aimer on the Mark I Avro Lancaster ED392 of RAF 12 Squadron.

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley at Aldergrove

Arthur Peter Buckley Holmes

Flying Officer | 90038

Flying Officer Arthur Peter Buckley Holmes was a navigator in RAF 502 (Ulster) Squadron. He had joined 502 Squadron in 1935 and was killed in January 1941.

Arthur Whitley Sykes Mackie

Leading Cook | NAP R746

Arthur Whitley Sykes Mackie was a Leading Cook with the Naval Auxiliary Personnel at HMS Mersey, Lancashire at the time of his death on 24th July 1941.