Jeff Downing's Intimation of Death

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Jeff Downing's Intimation of Death

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A brief intimation of Jeff's death in Lincolnshire.

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One newspaper cutting

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NDowningJJ160914-05

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DEATHS

On Active Service

CORMACK. – Robert, VX93450, killed in action, February 10, loved brother of Jim and family.
DOCKERY. – Graeme Mark, killed in air operations in England, February 10. – Fond memories. R.I.P. (Bonnie and Pat White.)
DOWNING. – On February 10, near Lincoln, England (result of accident on non-operational flight), Flying-Officer Jeffrey John, loved son of Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Downing, of Kyneton, and brother of Mary, Pat, and Peter.
LACE. – On February 10, 26907 Cpl. John Mitchell Lace (R.A.A.F.), in Dutch East Indies, beloved husband of Phyllis, aged 28 years. – For ever I’ll remember.
PARKER. – On February 6, killed in action, TX11223 Pte. Willis James (Bill), loved son of Dr. and Mrs. G.M. Parker. Bellerive, Tasmania.

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“Jeff Downing's Intimation of Death,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 21, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/28544.

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