WO. Leonard Wilson Aspden RAF(VR) 1336697

Pilot

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Photo from family via Norbert Vollmann

Name:

ASPDEN, LEONARD WILSON

Initials:

L W

Nationality:

United Kingdom

Rank:

Warrant Officer (Pilot)

Regiment/Service:

Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Unit Text:

12 Sqdn.

Age:

22

Date of Death:

28/08/1943

Service No:

1336697

Additional information:

Son of Wilson Birwell Aspden and Martha Aspden, of Letchworth, Hertfordshire.

Casualty Type:

Commonwealth War Dead

Grave/Memorial Reference:

Coll. grave 11. K. 10-14.

Cemetery:

DURNBACH WAR CEMETERY

Information above from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website

 

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Steve Elsden 2009

The inscription at the foot of the stone reads.

At The Going Down

 Of The Sun

And In The Morning

We will Remember Them