Beeston airman believed killed

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Beeston airman believed killed

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Sergeant Edward Milling's wife has been informed that his husband is believed to have been killed over Germany. Details of his peacetime employment are provided.

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IBCC Digital Archive

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Cathie Hewitt

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EDerbyshireMTMillingEM450405-0005

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Beeston Airman Believed Killed
Mrs. E. Milling, of 57, West Crescent, Beeston, has been officially informed that her husband, Flight-Sergt. [sic] Edward Milling, R.A.F., is believed killed in action over Germany during last September. He was a navigator in a Lancaster bomber and was to have been grounded on his return as he had finished his quota of flights.
In peacetime he was employed by Ericsson Telephones Ltd. from the age of 14 up to the time of joining up four years ago. He leaves a daughter 16 months old.
His parents live at 151, Wollaton-road, Beeston. They have another son serving abroad.

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“Beeston airman believed killed,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 11, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/1188.

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