Larcey, Frederick William DFC


War Service:
Flying Officer FREDERICK WILLIAM LARCEY DFC, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, was killed on 17 April 1943 while serving with 604 Squadron. He was 29.

He was reported Missing in The Times of 25 June and Missing now Presumed Killed in Action in the edition published on 15 November 1943.
The posthumous award of his Distinguished Flying Cross was announced in the London Gazette of 14 September 1945.

He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Air Forces Memorial at Runnymede.

Location of Memorial:
He is remembered in the Brockley County School Book of Remembrance.

He was the son of George and Annie Larcey and husband of Frances Larcey, of Wimbledon Park. His brother George was killed on 26 July 1944.


Contributed By: Andy Pepper

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