Dedicated Honour List 1
Cecil Henry Gardener
Jim’s friend and work colleague Cecil Henry Gardener. Cecil was a few weeks older than Jim, born in late August 1922 in Muswell Hill
David Walter Thomas Johnson
David Walter Thomas Johnson DFC, was born the second quarter of 1913 in Newport, Monmouthshire the son of Walter Thomas Johnson and Mary Maud Johnson (nee Davies)
It is understood that ‘Doc’ Bailey was a scientist at the Geological museum.
Evander William C Hay
When a crew was formed at an Operational Training Unit the hope would have been that collectively they would be lucky – good at their jobs, an efficient crew, but above all a lucky crew.
Frank was born in 1923 to parents Frank and Charlotte (Lottie) Law, his birth was registered in the Anderston district of Glasgow.
Harold Walter Powter (Updated)
As with so many of the airmen who were Jim Ives’ contemporaries Harold Powter’s luck eventually ran out. Having completed a tour of operations with the 625 Squadron crew of Canadian pilot P/O Reginald Price DFC,
James Thomas Goodrick
Was an Englishman, originally from Rochester, Kent, born on 14th September 1914, the eldest of five brothers.
Can You Add A Story –
- WWII RAF Bomber Command.
- 625, 626 and 100 Squadrons.
- Book –
‘Does Life Hold Any More in Store?’
- If you recognise a name please contact me.