Larcey, George Frederick


War Service:
Flying Officer GEORGE FREDERICK LARCEY, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, was killed on 26 July 1944 while serving with 157 Squadron. His Mosquito, piloted by Flight Lieutenant W Caddie, was on a "Diver" patrol off the North Foreland when the V1 they were attacking exploded in their path, destroying their aircraft. He was 32.

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 Frederick and Annie Larcey and husband of Eileen Elizabeth Larcey, of Hammersmith. His brother Frederick was killed on 17 April 1943.


Contributed By: Andy Pepper

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