Ganly, Conrad Charles W


War Service:
Flight Sergeant Conrad Charles W. GANLY, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, was killed in action on 9 March 1942 while serving with 35 Squadron. Halifax ‘TL-K’ took off at 1916 on 9 March 1942 from RAF Linton-on-Ouse to bomb Essen. It crashed in the sea at 2300 some 30 miles off the Lincolnshire coast. The cause of the crash was not established.

All the crew were lost at sea and are commemorated on the Air Forces Memorial at Runnymede.

Location of Memorial:
Conrad Ganly is also remembered in the Memorial Book at Addey and Stanhope School, Deptford.

He was 21, the son of Joseph and Ada Ganly of Eltham.


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