Pugh, Harold Edward George

Dates:

War Service:
Flight Sergeant (Air Bomber) HAROLD EDWARD GEORGE PUGH Royal Air Force died on 19 April 1944 while serving with 115 Squadron. A report of his death in action appeared in The Times of 15 July 1944. His Lancaster took off from RAF Witchford in Cambridgeshire to bomb railway yards at Rouen but on its return to base it was shot down by an enemy fighter near the airfield.

He is buried in Hindringham (St Martin) churchyard.

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

Details:
He was 24. He was the son of Harold and Elsie Pugh, and the husband of Olive Edna Pugh, of Hindringham, Norfolk.

Source:

Contributed By: Andy Pepper

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