Charles Richard Dickie

Charles Richard Dickie

Birth
Canning, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Death 21 Dec 1940 (aged 18)
Malton, Peel Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada
Burial Hillaton, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Plot Lot 8.
Memorial ID 158242958 · View Source
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Leading Aircraftman Dickie was one of two airmen killed in the crash of their Fleet Finch (#4441) aircraft. The accident was the result of a mid-air collision with another Finch aircraft on the approach to landing at the Malton airfield. Sergeant Robson Thomas Jewitt also perished in this incident.

From the Canadian Virtual War Memorial-
Military Service:-
Rank: Leading Aircraftman
Rank: Pilot (Under Training)
Service Number: R/65473
Age: 18
Force: Air Force
Unit: Royal Canadian Air Force
Division: #1 Elementary Flying Training School [Malton, Ontario]

Son of David M. Dickie and Nina A. Dickie of Canning, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Leading Aircraftman Charles Richard Dickie is commemorated on Page 12 of Canada's Second World War Book of Remembrance.


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  • Created by: SJB Hearn
  • Added: 16 Feb 2016
  • Find a Grave Memorial 158242958
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Charles Richard Dickie (14 Apr 1922–21 Dec 1940), Find a Grave Memorial no. 158242958, citing Hillaton Cemetery, Hillaton, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada ; Maintained by SJB Hearn (contributor 46864594) .