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CLEWORTH, S F - Flying Officer

Flying Officer
STANLEY FRANKLIN (S F) CLEWORTH

  • Canadian Fallen Soldier - Flying Officer STANLEY FRANKLIN CLEWORTH
  • Flying Officer
    STANLEY FRANKLIN (S F) CLEWORTH

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    STANLEY FRANKLIN (S F) CLEWORTH
    11 March 1924
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    J/27208
    17 April 1942 in Toronto, Ontario, CA
    Student
    Flying Officer
    Royal Canadian Air Force
    27 December 1943
    Accidental air crash
    19 years
    SILLOTH (CAUSEWAYHEAD) CEMETERY
    Sec. R. Grave 18.
    World War II
  • Flying Officer STANLEY FRANKLIN CLEWORTH's Story

  • Born
    11 March 1924 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Occupation
    Worked as a Student prior to enlisting.
    Enlisted
    17 April 1942 in Toronto, Ontario | Age: 18 years
    Buried
    27 December 1943 - SILLOTH (CAUSEWAYHEAD) CEMETERY | Age: 19 years
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Interesting Facts

  • Son of Charles Warburton Ingle Cleworth and Ethel May Cleworth, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    'A tragic accidental air crash took the lives of two teenage pilots on the 27th December 1943 at Hawksdale, Dalston, nr Carlisle, Cumberland, England. 19 year old Stanley Franklin Cleworth, Royal Canadian Air Force and 18 year old Owen Ernest Dudley Louden, Royal New Zealand Air Force were buried next to each other at Holm Low, Causewayhead, Silloth, Cumberland. Never to be forgotten by myself.' Provided by Ian J Armstrong

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Fallen Soldiers from Toronto Ontario, Canada

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Fallen Soldiers buried in SILLOTH (CAUSEWAYHEAD) CEMETERY