Whilst chatting to Kevin on Friday evening we got onto his current research project and his efforts to complete the Roll of Honour for the Squadron pre-World War 2. Kevin is very close to completing this task, but has frustratingly hit a dead end regarding the two airmen listed below. He needs to try and identify the resting places of these individuals to complete their entries in the Roll. As with many of my posts, any information would be very gladly received.
Sergeant Ronald George Cowley Marshall 564231 RAF
Killed in a flying accident 5 April 1938. Was serving with
75 ( Bomber ) Squadron RAF Driffield, Yorkshire. Came from Richmond, Yorkshire.
Aircraftsmen 1st Class John D Bradshaw 567454 RAF
Killed when struck by a propellor of a Blenheim 9 May 1938. Was serving with 75 ( Bomber ) Squadron RAF Driffield, Yorkshire. Came from Fleetwood, Lancashire.
Neither are buried in Driffield.
If you know anything of Ronald or John, please contact Kevin at the following address;email@example.com