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ARTHUR ERNEST ABBOTT, born 24.12.1921, entered the School in September 1933.  In July 1936 he left School and joined the firm of Messrs.  E. Ward Ltd., as an Automobile Electrician apprentice. 

 

He volunteered for the Royal Air Force, May 13th, 1941.  He died on 28th May 1941, at the Lancaster Isolation Hospital. 

 

He was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. A.C.Abbott of 43 The Drive, Wellingborough.  'In Memoriam' Book

 

The Commonwealth War Grave Commission (below) simply states that he was an Aircraftman second class.  No squadron is given.  Presumably he had not been allocated.

 

 If you an add any details to what happened please contact  grahamtall@wgsmemories.org.uk

 

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

 

ABBOTT, ARTHUR ERNEST

Initials:

A E

Nationality:

United Kingdom

Rank:

Aircraftman 2nd Class

Regiment/Service:

Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Age:

19

Date of Death:

28/05/1941

Service No:

1098792

Additional information:

Son of Albert Chambers Abbott and Florence Eliza Abbott, of Wellingborough.

Casualty Type:

Commonwealth War Dead

Grave/Memorial Reference:

Block Q. Grave 464.

Cemetery:

WELLINGBOROUGH (DODDINGTON ROAD) CEMETERY