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 Frank Victor Marhoff

Frank Victor Marhoff

Birth
Abbots Langley, Three Rivers District, Hertfordshire, England
Death 13 Nov 1941
Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA
Burial Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA
Plot Annex, Section N, Lot 107, Grave 1
Memorial ID 121352033 · View Source
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Leading Aircraftman - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
LAC Marhoff was killed while in a pilot training program during World War II while assigned to Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Alabama, in Class SE-42-A. Reports were he was killed while flying at Gunter Field, another training field in the same city. He was one of six British cadet pilots based at Maxwell Field who were killed. Marhoff was age 29 at his death, placing his birth about 1912. 447 British cadets were trained at Maxwell Field (1941-1942) 433 qualified as pilots.

LAC Marhof was from the small village of Bedmond, about a mile north of Abbots Langley. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henry Marhoff of Bedford, Herefordshire, England; husband of Viola Marhoff, Boxnoor, Herfordshire.


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  • Maintained by: THR
  • Originally Created by: Have Paws will travel !
  • Added: 7 Dec 2013
  • Find A Grave Memorial 121352033
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Frank Victor Marhoff (unknown–13 Nov 1941), Find A Grave Memorial no. 121352033, citing Oakwood Annex Cemetery, Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA ; Maintained by THR (contributor 48277533) .