Cyril Charles Cameron

Aircraftman 2nd Class Cyril Charles Cameron was a 19 year old trainee pilot when he died as a result of a bomb-loading accident at RAF Kirmington in 1944.

Aircraftman 2nd Class

Cyril Charles Cameron

3225065

Born in Bangor, Co. Down, Cyril Charles Cameron enlisted in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve and flew with RAF 166 Squadron during World War Two.

Aircraftman 2nd Class Cyril Charles Cameron (3225065) served with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve during World War Two. Born in Bangor, Co. Down, he was the son of Hugh Cameron and Alice Eleanor Cameron.

He flew with RAF 166 Squadron and was training as a pilot. At the time, RAF 166 Squadron Operated from RAF Kirmington, Lincolnshire and flew Avro Lancaster Bombers.

Aircraftman Cameron died on 22nd October 1944 aged 19 years old. His death was the result of a bomb loading accident. Notification of the airman’s death was registered in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom.

Cyril Charles Cameron’s grave is in Section 4V, Grave 86 of Bangor New Cemetery, Bangor, Co. Down. His headstone bears the inscription:

In loving memory of Cyril. Died on active service.