History of RAF Wratting Common

19 service personnel from 1651 HCU Squadron lost their lives whilst serving at RAF Wratting Common between 1943 and 1944.

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them."

RankNameDate
P/OBiesiot L H30 September 1944
SgtCrozier G30 September 1944
SgtDare J30 September 1944
P/ODavie15 July 1944
SgtDavies B G19 October 1944
SgtDavies S F30 September 1944
SgtEvans H W15 July 1944
SgtFairservice15 July 1944
P/OHocking J W28 July 1944
SgtHunston15 July 1944
SgtMorgan W I15 July 1944
SgtStephenson H30 September 1944
SgtTitchener A30 September 1944
SgtWilkinson15 July 1944
SgtWilliams15 July 1944
F/SWilson D H15 July 1944
F/SWoodbridge A S18 August 1944
F/SYoung P D19 October 1944
P/OYoxon A7 December 1943
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