Glynn, Kenneth Arthur


War Service:
Sergeant KENNETH ARTHUR GLYNN Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve was killed in action on 7 February 1942 while serving with 258 Squadron.

The squadron arrived in Singapore on 29 January 1942 and for the next ten days its Hurricanes took part in the defence before the surviving aircraft were withdrawn to airfields in Sumatra.

He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Singapore Memorial.

Location of Memorial:
He is also remembered on the memorial in Holy Trinity church, Hempton and on the Roll of Honour at the church of St John the Baptist, Southend.

He was 20. He was born in Chatham the son of Lieut-Commander Albert and Mrs Cressie Glynn of Hempton, Norfolk. His brother Sub Lieutenant Glyn Glynn was killed in action on 26 January 1945.


Contributed By: Andy Pepper

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