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Pilot Officer (Air Gnr.) Reginald Scriven

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Pilot Officer (Air Gnr.) Reginald Scriven

Birth
Death
2 Jun 1942
Limburg, Netherlands
Burial
Nijmegen, Nijmegen Municipality, Gelderland, Netherlands
Plot
20. E. 1.
Memorial ID
13827601 View Source

Vickers Wellington Bomber Z8867 of No23 Operational Training Unit took off from RAF Stradishall, Haverhill, Suffolk, England as part of the second thousand bomber raid on Essen. The aircraft was hit by flak and crashed at Heer (Limburg), Holland. All five crew members were killed and at first were buried at Venlo. They were all exhumed and reburied at Jonkerbos War Cemetery.

The crew were:

William John Ewart.
George Gascoyne.
Reginald Alfred Minchin.
Reginald Scriven.
David Robert Stuart.

Vickers Wellington Bomber Z8867 of No23 Operational Training Unit took off from RAF Stradishall, Haverhill, Suffolk, England as part of the second thousand bomber raid on Essen. The aircraft was hit by flak and crashed at Heer (Limburg), Holland. All five crew members were killed and at first were buried at Venlo. They were all exhumed and reburied at Jonkerbos War Cemetery.

The crew were:

William John Ewart.
George Gascoyne.
Reginald Alfred Minchin.
Reginald Scriven.
David Robert Stuart.


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