Memorial

This is a list of volunteers who went from this country and died fighting for our freedom in WWII

On November 13th, 2016, at the British Cemetery of Chacarita, the War Memorial was uncovered remembering those who died in both wars, WWI and WWII.

SECOND WORLD WAR 1939 - 1945  
To view the list of volunteers from Argentina who gave their lives in WWI click here


















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The links show where they were buried and families can print out a certificate which can be framed.




                                                                            
Volunteers from Argentina who gave their lives in WWII  
     
1ADAMON, Thomas (service No 130177)Pilot OfficerRAFVRNative from Cordoba. Killed on active service Canada 15th October 1942 (age 24). His Tiger Moth collided with another Moth whilst training. He bailed out landing in a Canadian lake. His body was never found. Commemorated at Ottawa Memorial in Ontario. Son of Robert and Blanche Guppy Adamson.  Left Argentina 22nd August 1940. Member of the Rosario Athletic Club (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Club_Atl%C3%A9tico_del_Rosario)
http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2622402/ADAMSON,%20THOMAS
     
2ALWOOD, Eric TownleySub.LieutRNVR, HMS Daedalus. Squadron 799. Fleet Air Arm shore airfield at Lee-on-Solent.Native from Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 25th January 1946 (age 20) at Royal Navy Air Station HMS Daedalus; his Avro Anson (NK738) collided with a De Havilland Dominie (NR754) at 500 feet whilst making his landing circuit. Son of Willie and Elsie Margaret Alwood, of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Left Argentina 20th October 194http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2438260/ALWOOD,%20ERIC%20TOWNLEY
     
3AMOS, Cyril Rowland (Service No 138881)Flying OfficerRAFVR. RAF Moreton in Marsh, 21 OTU (Pilot)Native of the Tigre Delta, Buenos Aires. Worked at the Central Argentine Railway. Killed on active service 31st December 1943 (age 28). Amos had been previously wounded 16/03/1942 on ferry flight from North Africa that crashed in Ireland. His Vickers Wellington (X9666) crashed into a hill near Aberdovey, Merioneth. His remains rest at Merioneth Cemetery. Son of Elsie Maud Victoria and Henry Rowland Amos, (former agricultural expert, BAGSR, of Delta Tigre, Buenos Aires. Argentina). Left Argentina 20th October 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2965052/AMOS,%20CYRIL%20ROWLAND
     
4ANCELL, Robert Hasting (Service No 1399793)Sgt.RAFVR. Squadron 49. Air Gunner at RAF FiskertonNative from Lomas de Zamora.  KIA during night operations over Dortmund, Germany 24/05/1943 (age 39). The Lancaster bomber (ED813), in which he was a crew member, was shot down over Essen. His body was buried at Dusseldorf Cemetery, Nordfriendhof 26th May 1943; taken then to Berlin War Cemetery. Son of Robert Wolfe Ancell and Hilda Susan Ancell, Argentina. Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/ ).  left Argentina 1st November 1941. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2036507/ANCELL,%20ROBERT%20HASTING
     
5ANSON-MAY, Hugh Douglas   DSCSub-Lieut.RNVR, Fleet Air Arm, Squadron 833. HMS AvengerNative from Buenos Aires, pilot of a Fairey Swordfish I. KIA 15th November 1942 at age 23, aboard escort aircraft carrier HMS Avenger (ex Rio Hudson, ex BAVG-2 (USA)). Killed by the only torpedo fired at HMS Avenger by U-155, east of Gibraltar, and under command of KrvKpt. Adolf Cornelius Piening (Knights Cross). Left Argentina 18th June 1940. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club. http://www.bacrc.com/ . Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.uboat.net/allies/merchants/crews/person/10105.html
     
6ATKINSON, Wilfred George (Service No 187342)Pilot Office (Flt. Engr.)RAFVR, Squadron 161. Flight Engineer at RAF TempsfordNative from Buenos Aires. Killed on Active Service, UK 19/10/1944.  Buried in Gorton (Brookfield) Unitarian Churchyard. Left Argentina 4th February 1943..http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2698811/ATKINSON,%20WILFRED%20GEORGE
     
7AUSTIN, George Robert (Service No 67100)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. RAF TurnhouseNative from Lomas de Zamora. Killed on active service 10th July 1941. He was flying upside down with his Miles Magister (V1084) and crashed into the ground at Corstorphine, Scotland. Son of George Herbert and Aminta Hannah Austin, of Lomas, Already resident in England from shortly before the outbreak of war. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Chuch, Lomas de Zamora. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2451790/AUSTIN,%20GEORGE%20ROBERT
     
8BALL, Melville Henry (Service No 117461)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 2 Elementary Flying Training School. (Instructor)Native from Rosario, Santa Fé. Killed on active service 12th April 1942 (age 21). His Miles Magister suddenly broke formation and crashed. Worked at the Central Argentine Railway. Son of Sydney Melville Charles and Matilde Josefina Ball. Left Argentina 22nd August 1940. Member of the Rosario Atheletic Club (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Club_Atl%C3%A9tico_del_Rosario). Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2459485/BALL,%20MELVILLE%20HENRY
     
9BARBER, Trevor Shenfield (Service No 244438)Lieut.Royal Engineers. 1004 Docks Operating Coy.Son of Claude Cecil and Emily Vincent Barber, of Haslemere, Surrey. Died Egypt 14/01/1944 (age 34)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2896704/BARBER,%20TREVOR%20SHENFIELD
     
10BARKER, Harry Kenneth (Service No 1383134)Sgt.RAFVRMissing in action 17th May 1943 (age 28). Son of Harry and Caroline C. Barker, of Edgware, Middlesex. Commemorated at the Runnymede Memorial. Left Argentina 15th November 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1083352/BARKER,%20HARRY%20KENNETH
     
11BARNFATHER, Douglas Allen  (Service No 1432057)Sgt.GunnerRAFVR. 106 Sqdn.Native from Banfield, Buenos Aires. His Lancaster (ED303) went missing in action 28th July 1943S over Hamburg. On the same flight was Sgt Francisco Backhouse (service No 1393720) from Concepción, Chile. Son of Thomas and Nora Barnfather, of Banfield, Argentine. Died UK 28/07/1943 (age 25). Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/ ). Left Argentina 16th March 1941. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1083401/BARNFATHER,%20DOUGLAS%20ALLEN
     
12BEAUMONT, Arturo  (Service No 1380013)Flight SergeantRAFVR. 55 Sqdn.Native from Argentina. Killed in action over Italy 18th October 1943 flying Martin Baltimore Bombers. Left Argentina 22nd August 1940 http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2608151/BEAUMONT,%20ARTURO
     
13BENNETT, Eric  (Service No 1399130)Sgt.RAFVR. 620 Sqdn.Native of Buenos Aires. Killed in action 4th February 1944 (age 31). His Stirling Mk IV was hit by German flak northwest of Bourges, France. Left Argentina 6th October 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2695352/BENNETT,%20ERIC
     
14BENTLEY, Lennard  (Service No CH/X114551)MarineRoyal Marines. 30 Assault Unit.Native of Buenos Aires. Killed in action, France, 11th June 1944 (age 20). Son of Frederic Robinson Bentley and Dorry Juliet Bentley, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2955455/BENTLEY,%20LENNARD
     
15BLAKE, Robert  (Service No 1343213)Leading AircraftmanRAFVR. OTU PilotBritish resident in Argentina. Killed in a flying accident 24th July 1941 (age 24). Son of Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club. http://www.bacrc.com/. Left Argentina 29th January 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2692245/BLAKE,%20ROBER
     
16BONNER, George Arnold  (Service No 110890)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. OTU pilot in Chad, Africa.Native from Buenos Aires. Killed on active service, Chad, 14th July 1942 (age 26). Son of G. Cecil and Margaret Bonner, of Buenos Aires, Argentina.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2626785/BONNER,%20GEORGE%20ARNOLD
     
17BOSWELL, Robert McBain  (Service No 1378416)Sgt.RAFVR. RAF Foulsham, Norfolk. 180 Sqdn.Native of Vera, Santa Fé, Argentina. Missing in action 27th February 1943 (age 27) during operations over enemy territory. North American Michell bomber pilot. Son of Charles Niven Boswell and Mary McBain Boswell, of Vera, Santa Fe, Argentina. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1530131/BOSWELL,%20ROBERT%20MCBAIN
     
18BOYD, Alan Conyngham  (Service No 108735)Capt.Royal Corps of SignalsSon of Robert A. Boyd and Rose Boyd. Died Lybia 15/08/1943 (age 41)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2168322/BOYD,%20ALAN%20CONYNGHAM
     
19BOYER, Norman Louis (Service No 38511)MajorRoyal Warwickshire RegimentBorn in Argentina, Estancia "Alta Ongamira", Cordoba. (Born 20th Nov 1907, son of Olga Alberta Schiele and Louis Joseph Boyer, deceased Stores Superintendent, Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway) husband of Phoebe Wilhelme Boyer née Philpott, of Little Puxted. Brenchley, Kent. Winner of the King's Medal, Bisley, 1934. Died in the Sudan 10th Nov 1941 (age 34). Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2540378/BOYER,%20NORMAN
     
20BRADBURY, Frederick Shaw  (Service No 143735)Flying OfficerRAFVRNative from Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires. Killed in a flying accident 21st June 1944 (age 23). His Short Stirling MK III (EH940) caught fire during his first solo flight at 1800 feet and crashed at Park Fram, Kettlehorpe, Lincolshire. Worked at the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Son of Francis Home Bradbury and Alice O'Keeffe Bradbury, of Lomas De Zamora, F. C. Sud, Argentina. Left Argentina 22nd August 1940. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemetery. Educated at St Alban’s College – Lomas de Zamora – (http://www.stalbans.com.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2436714/BRADBURY,%20FREDERICK%20SHAW
     
21BRIDGER, David Bruce  (Service No 118156)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 164 Sqdn. (Argentine British Squadron)Native from Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 23rd August 1942 (age 21). Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. His Spitfire Mk I (P9563) crashed into the ground during a training exercise in Skeabrae, Scotland. Son of Alexander George and Adeline Bruce Bridger, of Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Died UK 23/08/1942 (age 21). Left Argentina 23rd December 1940. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemetery. Educated at St Alban’s College – Lomas de Zamora – (http://www.stalbans.com.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2460714/BRIDGER,%20DAVID%20BRUCE
     
22BUDLER, John Frederick Cartwright  (Service No T/330106)DriverRoyal Army Service CorpsDied at Hatfield House (Military Hospital) 13th December 1943 (age 43).Son of William Henry Budler, and of Beatrice Christine Budler (nee Cartwright). Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2932786/BUDLER,%20JOHN%20FREDERICK%20CARTWRIGHT
    
23BURTON, John Francis  (Service No 1395372)Sgt.PilotRAFVR. RAF Upper Heyford. (Pilot of OTU 16)British resident in Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 27th November 1943 (age 20). His Vickers Wellington (BJ823) stalled in a steep bank whilst lining up for a bombing practice run 12 minutes out from the Preston Cape Range. Son of Dorothy Wellby and William J. Burton, (Chief Revenue & Audit Division, Southern, Western and Midland Railways). Leaving Exhibitioner Sutton Valence School for Cambridge University. Left Argentina before the declaration of war. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2436733/BURTON,%20JOHN%20FRANCIS
    
24BURTON-CHADWICK, Noel Kenneth  (Service No 84460)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 202 Sqdn.British resident in Buenos Aires. Killed in action 25th April 1942. Son of Sir Robert Burton Chadwick, Bt., and Lady Chadwick (From 1940 to 1947 he was Counsellor to the British Embassy at Buenos Aires, Argentina.); husband of Mary Beatrice Burton-Chadwick, of Colonia, Uruguay, South America. Left Argentina 18th June 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1530937/BURTON-CHADWICK,%20NOEL%20KENNETH
     
25CADMUS, George Austen  (Service Mo J/16783)Pilot OfficerRCAFVR. RAF Leeming. 427 Sqdn. (Pilot)Native from La Cumbre, Cordoba, Argentina. Killed in action 23rd June 1943 (age 28). Hit by heavy flak flying a Halifax III (DK139) during a night operation over Mulheim. The aircraft crashed in Rheinhausen with no survivors. Son of Thomas Jefferson Cadmus and Sarah Amy Morgan Cadmus, of Reepham, Norfolk. Died Germany 23/06/1943 (age 28). Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club. http://www.bacrc.com/. Left Argentina 15th February 1941. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2035403/CADMUS,%20GEORGE%20AUSTEN
     
26CALDWELL, Hilary Charles   (Service No 103013)Sqdn. LeaderRAFVRNative of Estancia La Corona, Carlos Casares, Argentina. Killed on active service, Spain, 18th May 1944 (age 43). He was Assistant Air Attaché and pilot of the British Embassy in Madrid. Due to bad weather he crashed into a hill near Tortosa killing himself and Mr Arthur Yenken, British Minister in Spain. Caldwell was a veteran of the two wars. Son of Vere and Louisa Mary Caldwell; husband of Rona V. S. Caldwell, of Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex. Left Argentina 22nd August 1940. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemetery. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2814978/CALDWELL,%20HILARY%20CHARLES
     
27CAMERON, Allan Reid  (Service No J/25525)Pilot OfficerRCAFVR. (Heavy Conversion Unit 1667)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 16th December 1943 (age 27). His Halifax (EB185) was returning to base in bad weather and crashed at RAF Faldingworth. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A. Cameron; husband of Nora Blanche Cameron, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Died UK 16/12/1943 (age 27). Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club. http://www.bacrc.com/. Left Argentina 2nd April 1942http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2703550/CAMERON,%20ALLAN%20REID
     
28CAMPBELL, Peter TurnerThird Engineer OfficerMerchant Navy S.S.Almeda StarKilled in action 17th January 1941 (age 26).  At 05.08 hours on 17 Jan, 1941, U-96 was chasing an unknown steamer that already evaded three G7e torpedoes when the unescorted Almeda Star(Master Harry Cecil Howard, Commodore of the Blue Star Line) was spotted about 35 miles northeast of Rockall. The U-boat then fired a fourth G7e torpedo at the first steamer at 07.10 hours, but it was also evaded and the boat forced to dive by gunfire. At 07.45 hours, U-96 fired one G7e torpedo at the Almeda Star, which stopped after a hit amidships. As the ship did not sink after being hit in the stern and amidships by two coups de grâce at 08.05 and 09.07 hours, the U-boat surfaced to shell the ship. The Germans observed four lifeboats and still saw people on deck before opening fire from 09.32 to 09.48 hours, hitting with about 15 of 28 incendiary shells. Only small fires were started which soon went out, so another torpedo was fired at 09.55 hours. The torpedo hit the forepart and caused her to sink by the bow within three minutes in 58°40N/13°38W. Seven destroyers were ordered to search the area, but found no survivors. The master, 136 crew members, 29 gunners and 194 passengers were lost.  Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes) Son of Alex and Eliza Campbell; nephew of Louie Waters, of Wallsend, Northumberland.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2798275/CAMPBELL,%20PETER%20TURNER
 
29CARLETON, Hugh Basil  (Service No 105140)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. RAF Wigtown. British resident in Buenos Aires. Missing on active service 28th February 1942. His Avro Anson (DG841) ditched 25 miles south of the Isle of Man. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1084008/CARLETON,%20HUGH%20BASIL
    
30CARTWRIGHT, Harry Alastair  (Service No P/JX 633874)Ordinary SeamanRNVR. H.M.S. Vervain.Native of Olivos, Argentina. Killed on active service 20th February 1945 (age 18). His ship HMS Vervain was topedoed by U-1276 under the command of Oberleutnant zur See Karl-Heinz Wendt, about 25 miles south east of Dungarvon, Ireland. Son of Harry A. G. and Lilian Cartwright, of Rawson, Olivos, Argentina.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2369138/CARTWRIGHT,%20HARRY%20ALASTAIR
    
31CASSERLY, José Maria B.PvtArmyKilled in action November 1942, Left Argentina 1940Activities of the British Community in the Argentine Republic during the 1939 - 1945 war. BCC July 1953
     
32CHISHOLM, Gordon Thomas Lister  (Service No 1381629)Sgt.RAFVR. 57 Sqdn. (Air Gunner)Native of Cipolletti, Rio Negro, Argentina. Killed in action 23rd November 1942 over Belgium (age 25). His Lancaster MK I (W4360) was shot down by a Bf110 night fighter from the I./NJG4 piloted by Oblt. Ludwig Meister. There were no survivors. Son of Thomas Lister Chisholm and Elsie M. Chisholm, of Cipolletti, Rio Negro, Argentine. Left Argentina 5th October 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2777334/CHISHOLM,%20GORDON%20THOMAS%20LISTER
     
33CHURCHOUSE, Geoffrey KeithSub-Lieut.RNVR. H.M.S. Golden Hind. (RN Land base in Sydney, Australia)Native of Buenos Aires.  Died in a road accident, Japan, 2nd January 1946 (age 26). Son of Sidney William and Nellie Walls Churchouse, of Buenos Aires, Argentina; husband of Sheila Mary Wright Churchouse, of Buenos Aires. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2207762/CHURCHOUSE,%20GEOFFREY%20KEITH
     
34CLARKE, Ciaran Anthony  (Service No 1377842)Leading AircraftmanRAFVRBritish resident in Buenos Aires. Killed on active service, Ireland, 18th November 1941 (age 33). The engine of his Botha (L6195) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackburn_Botha) quit on take-off and crashed into a grove of trees. There were no survivors. Son of Joseph A. and Frances Clarke (nee Doyle), of Bray, Co. Wicklow. Died Ireland http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2701534/CLARKE,%20CIARAN%20ANZLONY
     
35COOPER, Noel Wilson   MIDLieut.RNVR. H.M.S. Ouebec. (RN Land Base)Native of Quilmes, Argentina. Killed on active service Scicily beaches 04/03/1943 (age 29). Son of Reginald and Aileen Evelyn Laura Cooper. Educated at St George's College (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes) and Kings School, Cambridge (http://www.hambo.org/kingscanterbury/view_man.php?id=28). Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club. http://www.bacrc.com/http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2369804/COOPER,%20NOEL%20WILSON
     
36COWARD, Arthur Cecil  (Service No 138310)Lieut.King's Own Scottish Borderers. attd. 14 Mule Coy. Royal Indian Army Service CorpsDied in India 09/10/1943 (age 31). Son of Cecil John Griffiths Coward, and of Gabrielle Coward, of Ightham, Kent. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2191731/COWARD,%20ARTHUR%20CECIL
     
37COWARD, Ronald Albert  (Service No 1283302)Leading AircraftmanRAFVR. (EFTS pilot)Native of Basavilbaso, Entre Rios, Argentina. Killed on active service 22/10/1940. His Tiger Moth, in which he was training, crashed into electrical cables. Son of George William Coward, and of Gladys Coward (nee Thompson). Left Argentina 18th June 1940. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2932826/COWARD,%20RONALD%20ALBERT
     
38COWLEY, Nathaniel Albert T Rumball  (Service No 122048)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 524 Sqdn (Coastal Command Squadron Pilot)Native of Buenos Aires. Killed on Active Service UK 26/11/1944. His Wellington III went missing on a mission over the coast of France. Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/). Left Argentina 25th June 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1085110/COWLEY,%20NATHANIEL%20ALBERT%20T%20RUMBALL
     
39COWPER-COLES, Richard HenryLieutenantRNVR. H.M.S. DespatchDied at sea 19th January 1942 (age 37). Crew member of HMS Despatch, he was lost on passage aboard the Canadian S.S. Lady Hawkins when she was torpedoed by the U-66 under the command of Korvettenkapitän Richard Zapp. En route from Montreal to Bermuda she sank about 150 miles from Cape Hatteras. http://uboat.net/allies/merchants/ships/1270.html http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2668223/COWPER-COLES,%20RICHARD%20HENRY
     
40CRIBBES, George Deryk  (Service No 166098)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. (Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Based in the Bahamas, he was killed in a flying accident 23rd February 1945 (age 24). Son of George Burnett and Sylvia Aida Cribbes, of Buenos Aires, Argentina; husband of Sylvia Mary Cribbes, of Sydenham, London. Left Argentina 5th June 1942. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemetery. Educated at St Alban’s College – Lomas de Zamora – (http://www.stalbans.com.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2259169/CRIBBES,%20GEORGE%20DERYK
     
41DALE, John Albert Harold  (Service No 155092)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 100 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. His Lancaster (EE169) went missing in action on night operations over Hamburg 28th July 1943 (age 33). Son of Gerard Anselm Dale and Marion Dale. Left Argentina 13th November 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/231738/DALE,%20JOHN%20ALBERT%20HAROLD
     
42DALY, Michael Thomas  (Service No 4274589)SapperRoyal Engineers. formerly Royal Northumberland FusiliersSon of Aloysius Joseph and Lena Barlow Daly; nephew of Mr. J. Barlow-Smith, of Chiswick, Middlesex.. Died UK 13th May 1942 (age 28)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2690562/DALY,%20MICHAEL%20THOMAS
     
43DARBYSHIRE, Harold Frank  (Service No 323514)2nd Lieut.Royal Tank Regiment R.A.C.Killed on active service in the Netherlands 21st Oct 1944 (age 25). Son of Gilbert Ramsay Darbyshire and of Maggie Macdonald Darbyshire (nee Grant), of Buenos Aires, Argentine.  Member  of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/) and of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2765640/DARBYSHIRE,%20HAROLD%20FRANK
     
44DARLEY, Joseph Harold  (Service No 88542)Pilot OfficerRAFVRKilled on active service 1st September 1941 (age 50). Son of Maj. Henry Read Darley and Emily Henrietta Darley. Left Argentina 29th August 1940. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2422001/DARLEY,%20JOSEPH%20HAROLD
     
45DAVIES, Sidney Edward  (Service No 1384224)Sgt.RAFVR, RAF Linton-on-House. 35 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Missing in action 6th June 1942 (age 20). His Halifax B II (R9439) was shot down over Emden, Germany. Son of Arthur Henderson Davies and of Mary Ellen Davies (nee Joyce), Buenos Aires, Argentina. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/231924/DAVIES,%20SIDNEY%20EDWARD
     
46DECK, Charles George Frederick  (Service No 131032)Flt.LieutRAFVR. 222 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 19th April1945. His Tempest (EJ883) was shot down by German flak over the Neumunster airfield when he was about to attack a flight of JU52s and Ju88s. Son of James and Violet Deck; husband of Pauline Anne Deck, of Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Left Argentina 17th July 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/232075/DECK,%20CHARLES%20GEORGE%20FREDERICK
     
47DECK, Harold Frederick  (Service No 104388)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 226 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action over Germany 26th July 1942 (age 28). Son of Frederick James Deck and of Violet Mabel Deck (nee MacFarlane); husband of Delia Maria Deck, of Tunbridge Wells, Kent. . Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2073680/DECK,%20HAROLD%20FREDERICK
     
48DECK, James Frederick  (Service No 100648)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. RAF Duxford. 56 Sqdn. (Squadron Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 3rd November 1941 (age 27). His Typhoon (US-L) (R7592) crashed at Roundham near Thetford. Son of Frederick James Deck and Violet Mabel Deck, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Left Argentina 1st August 1940. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2720547/DECK,%20JAMES%20FREDERICK
     
49DEGES, Carl  (Service No 1113660)SergeantRAFVR, 103 Sqdn. (Air Gnr.)Native from Martinez. Killed in action, France 5th August 1941. His Wellingon Mk I (V5656) crashed at Chateu Ledquent, Marquise, Pas de Calais. Son of John and Jane Deges. Killed on Active Service, France 5th August 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2214078/DEGES,%20CARL
     
50DIMALOW, Philip Keith  (Service No 180304)Lieut.Durham Light Infantry and No. 9 CommandoNative from Buenos Aires. Killed on Active Service Monte Cassino 3rd February1944 (age 29). Son of James Francis Dimalow and of Marjorie Dimalow (nee Fleming). Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2069814/DIMALOW,%20PHILIP%20KEITH
     
51DRABBLE, Charles Noel  (Service No 109191)Flight Lieut.RAFVRNative of Buenos Aires. Died Rangoon, Burma 8th Sept 1945 (age 32). Son of Ernest Dorrington Drabble and Margaret Beatrice Drabble. Left Argentina 25th June 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2259902/DRABBLE,%20CHARLES%20NOEL
     
52EDGAR, Allan Knowles  (Service No 1380422)Sgt.RAFVR.  RAF Elvington. 77 Sqdn. (Wireless Operater & Air Gunner)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 17th April 1943. His Halifax (JB908) caught fire on a night operation over Pilsen. He bailed out but was too low for his parachute to open. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club. (http://www.bacrc.com/). Left Argentina 6th September 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2080324/EDGAR,%20ALLAN%20KNOWLES
     
53EDWARDS, Dennis Herbert  (Service No 184012)Flying OfficerRAFVR. RAF Aden. 621 Sqdn. (Pilot)Missing in action 21st December 1944 during an anti-submarine patrol with a Vickers Wellington Mk III from Coastal Commandhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1536554/EDWARDS,%20DENNIS%20HERBERT
     
54ELSON, Thomas Peter   MC  (Service No EC/12315)Lieut.7th Light Cavalry, I.A.C.Killed on active service, Burma, 11th April 1945http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2085370/ELSON,%20THOMAS%20PETER
     
55EMERSON, Roderick Stanley (Derick)  (Service No 66558)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. RAF Bourn. 97 Sqdn. (Squadron Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 21st February 1944 (age 28). His Lancaster (JB312) was involved in a mid-air collision whilst leaving the target area of Stuttgart. Badly damaged the aircraft crashed 300 yards short of the runway on return to base.  Son of George and Nellie Emerson; husband of Gwyneth Sybil Emerson, of Hampstead, London. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club. (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2651074/EMERSON,%20RODERICK%20STANLEY%20(DERICK)
     
56ENGLISH, Stanley Charles  (Service No P/JX 323123)Able SeamanRNVR. H.M.S. AldenhamNative of Puerto San Julian, Santa Cruz, Argentina. Killed on active service 14th December 1944 (age 21). Son of John and Doris English, of Puerto San Julian, Argentine.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2669399/ENGLISH,%20STANLEY%20CHARLES
     
57EVANS, Frank William JacobPOW(Executed by the enemy at sea) SS Afric StarBritish resident in Argentina. Shot by a German sailor who sent a volley of shots into the hold where British POWs were being held on the German ship M.V.Portland (http://www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?31484 (third ship onto which they were transferred). This was due to an ill advised mutiny led by a hot-headed Able Seaman named Fry who, in defiance of his senior officers – Royal Navy and Merchant Navy who were also POWs – attempted to set fire to the Portland with his ad hoc group and through their action set in motion a chain of events that led to the deaths of Frank Evans and Arthur Freeman. Frank’s wife Joan, also an interned passenger on the ship, was finally interned in a German POW camp in Liebenau after going through 10 prison camps. Her daughter Frances was born in this camp and became known as the “First British baby born in a German prison camp” Frances has written a book about her parents experiences, “Quiet Endurance” ISBN 978-987-1601-13-4 (francesbeng@gmail.com).Frank is buried in Bordeaux, France. Afric Star SS was a British Cargo/ Passenger Ship built in 1926 and of 7,438 tons. On the 29th January 1941 she was hit by gunfire from the Hilfskreuzer (Auxiliary Cruiser) M/V Kormoran in a position 08°N - 25°W, approximately (near Cape Verde Islands). She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires and Montevideo to England with a general cargo including butter and frozen meat. http://www.abcc.org.ar/i-can-forgive-but-i-can-never-forget
     
58EWART, William Arnot  (Service No 1369852)Sgt.RAFVR. 142 Sqdn. Squadron Pilot at Fontaine Chaude, Algeria.Native from Buenos Aires. Missing in action 16th August 1943. His Wellington went missing on a raid over Viterbo, Italy. Left Argentina 26th October 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1081957/EWART,%20WILLIAM%20ARNOT
     
59FAVIER, Ralph Enrique  (Service No 139690)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. RAF Syerston. 106 Sqdn. (Navigator). Also flew for the Free French Air Force.Native from Bahia Blance, Province of Buenos Aires. Killed in action 7th September 1943 (age 25). On night operations over Munich his Lancaster (ED819) crashed out of control in Grunwald, Germany. Son of Enrique Favier and Elisa May Page de Favier; husband of Lily Favier, of Benwell, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Left Argentina 14th July 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2080397/FAVIER,%20RALPH%20ENRIQUE
     
60FERGUSON, Robert ThorburnPteQueen's Royal RegimentNative from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 6th July 1945. Left Argentina 30th November 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2080397/FAVIER,%20RALPH%20ENRIQUE
     
61FERNIE, Thomas EdwardLieut.RNVR. HMS CromartyLost at sea 23rd October 1943 (age 38). Minesweeper HMS Cromarty. Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Son of Francis Edward and Charlotte Edith Fernie; husband of Celia Nelly Fernie, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. HMS Cromarty (Lt.Cdr. Charles George Palmer, DSC, RNZNVR) was mined and sunk in the Straits of Bonifacio, Mediterranean on 23 October 1943. The Commanding officer was wounded in the sinking. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemetery http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2479092/FERNIE,%20THOMAS%20EDWARD
     
62FINCH, Cyril Alan Walter  (Service No 2699226)GuardsmanScots GuardsNative of Garruchos, Corrientes, Argentina. Killed in action, France, 6th August 1944 (age 31). Son of Frederick Henry and Dorothy Finch, of Garruchos, Corrientes, Argentina. His brother, Patrick Austen Gwyer Finch, also fell.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2326221/FINCH,%20CYRIL%20ALLAN
     
63FINCH, Patrick Austin Gwyer  (Service No 1280951)Sgt.RAFVR. RAF Marham. 115 Sqdn.Native from Garruchos, Corrientes. Killed in action 26th March 1942 (age 27). His Wellington Mk III (X3604) (KO-Y) was hit by German flak and crashed at the village of Dieren, near Arnhem, Holland. There were no survivors. Son of Frederick Henry and Dorothy Finch, of Garruchos, Corrientes, Argentina. His brother, Cyril Allan Finch, also died on service. Left Argentina 14th July 1941. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2648352/FINCH,%20PATRICK%20AUSTEN%20GWYER
     
64FITZHERBERT, CharlesTrevor Vesey  (Service No 226167)Capt.Royal Armoured Corps. 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards)Native from Buenos Aires. Worked at Krabbé King & Co. Killed in action, India, 13th April 1944 (age 25). Son of Beresford William and Alice Gwendoline Fitzherbert, of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Member of the Tigre boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/) and of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/) http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2674550/FITZHERBERT,%20CHARLES%20TREVOR%20VESEY
     
65FLOOD, Michael Thomas  (Service No 130660)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. RAF Fulbeck. 189 Sqdn.Native from Estancia "El Aguila", Buena Esperanza, San Luis, Argentina. Killed in action, 4th December 1944 over Germany (age 25). His Lancaster (PB742) was hit by German flak in a night operation over Heilbronn. Son of Thomas Edward and Mary Ida Flood, of El Patria, F.C.P., Argentina. Left Argentina 17th July 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2319734/FLOOD,%20MICHAEL%20THOMAS
     
66FLORENCE JamesCivilian War DeadSS Avila Star Died in lifeboat following sinking by enemy submarine of S.S.Avila Star when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. 5th July 1942 east of Azores. Employee of the Central Argentine Railway. Talleres Gorton Perez, F.C.C.A., Prov. Santa Fe, Argentina. Husband of Emily Nollval Florence, son of Elizabeth Florence of 2 Craigie Loaning, Aberdeen, Scotland.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167625/FLORENCE,%20JAMES
     
67FOOTE, Ernest   (Service No T/1763259)DriverRoyal Army Service Corps, 215 Troop Carrying Coy.Killed in action, France, 18th Aug 1944 (age 28). Employee of the Buenos Ayres & Pacific Railway. Son of Edgar and May Foote; husband of Betty Catherine Foote, of Tuffley, Gloucester.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2627398/FOOTE,%20ERNEST
     
68FORRESTER, Frank Malcom (Service No 120767)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. RAF Imphal. 194 Sqdn. (Navigator/Bomber)Killed in action, Burma, 20th June 1945. Member Tigre boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/) and of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/) Left Argentina 28th May 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2085554/FORRESTER,%20FRANK%20MALCOLM
     
69FRANCIS, Robin Keith   DFC  (Service No 141729)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 14 Sqdn.Missing in action, Malta, 27th June 1943. Left Argentina November 1939.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1082019/FRANCIS,%20ROBIN%20KEITH
     
70FRAZER, RonaldCivilian War DeadSS Avila StarDied in lifeboat following sinking by enemy submarine of S.S.Avila Star when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. 5th July 1942 east of Azores. Son of John Frazer and Helen Frazer (nee McDonald), of Estancia La Colmena, Puerto San Julian (Patagonia), Santa Cruz, Argentina.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167626/FRAZER,%20RONALD
     
71FROST, Harold Sanders  (Service No D/JX 194637)Able SeamanRNVR. H.M.S. President IIIDied on active service 24th January 1941 (age 30). Son of Harold and Ann Eliza Frost, of Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2479525/FROST,%20HAROLD%20SANDERS
     
72FULLAGER, Francis Hugh  (Service No EC/9794)Capt.Indian EngineersBuenos Aires & Pacific Railway. Son of Francis John and Anne Beatrice Fullagar, husband of Dorothy Fullagar, of Edinburgh. Also served in the 1914-18 war. Died UK 29th Nov 1944 (age 46)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2735686/FULLAGAR,%20FRANCIS%20HUGH
     
73GAHAN, Laurence FrancisCivilian War Dead SS Avila StarDied in lifeboat before rescue (age 27), following the sinking of the Avila Star by the German Submarine U-201, under the command of Kptlt. .Günther Rosenberg., in the Atlantic , on 5 July 1942, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. Forty five crew and 17 passengers were lost. Husband of Joan Stenning and father of Jennifer. http://www.bluestarline.org/avila1.htmlhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167628/GAHAN,%20LAWRENCE%20FRANCIS
     
74GAMMIE, William D. Dewar  (Service No 186272)Lieut.Seaforth Highlanders. 5th Bn.Killed in action, Tunisia, 22nd March 1943 (age 32). Son of Alexander and Mary Dewar Gammie; husband of Isabel Jane Gammie, of Kinrive, Ross and Cromarty.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2104153/GAMMIE,%20WILLIAM%20DARNLEY%20DEWAR
     
75GENTH, Anthony William  (Service No 68769)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 25 OTU (Instructor)Native from Buenos Aires, home in Cinco Saltos, Rio Negro, Argentina. Killed on active service 11th August 1941 (age 26). He lost control of his Hampden (X2916) during a landing at Finningley. Son of Charles Frederick and Gladys Elvina Genth, of Putney, London. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2702954/GENTH,%20ANTHONY%20WILLIAM
 
GILLITT, Frank Norman  (Service No 108132)Flight LieutenantRAFVR.  41 SqdnNative from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Killed In Flying Accident 22 October 1942, aged 23; three Spitfires were lost simultaneously in bad weather, when they flew in formation into Tarren Hendre Hill near Towyn, Menioneth, Wales, killing Flt. Lt. R. Harrison, Flg. Off. T. R. Scott & Flt. Lt. Gillitt; son of Frank S. & Phyllis I. Gillitt of Wellingborough; buried in Block S, Grave 47, of Wellingborough Doddington Road Cemetery, Northamptonshire http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2949679/GILLITT,%20FRANK%20NORMAN
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77GITTINS, Harold Bryan Livingston  (Service No R/74283) SergeantRCAFVR. 11 OTU (Observer)Killed on active service 15th December 1941 (age 24). His Wellington (X3170) dived into the ground near Upton on a night training flight, all were killed. Son of George Leopold Carlyle Gittins and Rosa Elizabeth Magdalene Gittins, of Curumalan, Argentina. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2650822/GITTINS,%20HAROLD%20BRYAN%20LIVINGSTON
     
78GODWIN, JohnLieutenantRNVR. HMS Quebec. RN Land BaseNative of Argentina, killed on Active Service 2nd February 1945 (age 25). British Temporary Lieutenant John Godwin, RNVR (Buenos Aires, 13 December 1919[1] - Sachsenhausen, 2 February 1945) was born and brought up in Argentina, and took part in a raid named Operation Checkmate on Axis shipping near Haugesund, north of Stavanger, Norway.[1] His party managed to sink a minesweeper and a number of steamers using limpet mines, but he was eventually captured with the rest of his party, a commando sergeant, two Naval Petty Officers and three seamen. After spending some time in Grini concentration camp, they were sent to Sachsenhausen concentration camp, where contrary to the Geneva Convention, they were forced to march thirty miles a day on cobbles testing army boots.On 2 February 1945 they were led to execution, in accordance with Hitler's Commando Order of 1942. Godwin managed to wrestle the pistol of the firing party commander from his belt and shot him dead before being himself shot. No superior officer witnessed this act so a decoration could not be awarded. However, his bravery was mentioned in dispatches (posthumously). The citation, in The London Gazette, 9 October 1945, read: "For great gallantry and inspiring example whilst a prisoner of war in German hands in Norway and afterwards at Sachsenhausen, near Oranienburg, Germany, 1942-1945".[2] . Son of Charles Algernon and Eva Mary Godwin, of Buenos Aires, Argentina.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2463980/GODWIN,%20JOHN
     
79GREGG, Charles Richard Patrick  (Service No 7948243)L.CplRoyal Armoured Corps. "B" Sqn. 7th Queen's Own HussarsKilled in action, Italy, 3rd January 1945 (age 25).  Son of Robert Bonthron Gregg and Muriel Agnes Gregg, of Hurlingham, Argentina.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1717268/GREGG,%20CHARLES%20RICHARD%20PATRICK
     
80HALL, George Barton ParkerLieut.RNVR. H.M.S. Avenger.Killed on active service 15th November 1942. Son of Aubrey George and Celia Hall; husband of Audrey Gertrude Muriel Hall. After taking part in the Operation Torch landings of North Africa in November 1942, HMS Avenger departed Gibraltar with convoy MKF 1 on 14 November, heading home to the Clyde in the UK. At 0305 on 15 November, Avenger was torpedoed by U-155. Avenger (Cdr. Anthony Paul Colthurst, DSO, RN) was hit on the port side amidships, which in turn ignited her bomb room, blowing out the centre section of the ship. Her bow and stern sections rose in the air and sunk within 2 minutes in position 36º15'N, 07º45'W, leaving only 12 survivors. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2468057/HALL,%20GEORGE%20BARTON%20PARKER
     
81HAMILTON, WilliamCivilian War DeadM.V.Upway GrangeDied at sea 8th August 1940 (age 34). The motorship Upwey Grange, Capt. W. E. Williams, on a voyage from Buenos Aires to London, was approximately 200 miles W. of Achill Head, Co. Mayo, on August 8th, 1940, when she was attacked by a German submarine (U37). At about 9.50 a.m. she was struck by two torpedoes in quick succession, both on the port side, the first exploding in the engine room and the second in way of No. 6 hatch. The vessel settled by the stern with a list to port and orders were given to abandon ship. Son of Hannah Hamilton, of 449 Govan Road, Glasgow, Scotland.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3168732/HAMILTON,%20WILLIAM
     
82HARLAND, John Herbert Gerard  (Service No 171813)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 514 Sqdn. (Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 20th November 1944 when bombs fom another Lancaster hit his (LM286) destroying it in the target area near Hamburg. Left Argentina 18th May 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2031951/HARLAND,%20JOHN%20HERBERT%20GERARD
     
83HARPER, Courtney John  (Service No 61970)Pilot Officer. RAFVR. 82 Sqdn. RAF BodneyNative from Cinco Saltos, Rio Negro. Argentina. Missing in action 17th September 1941 (age 25). His Bleinheim (V6086) was shot down during Circus offensive 95, which was an attack on the chemical complex in Matzingarbe. Left Argentina 13th June 1940. Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1799428/HARPER,%20COURTENEY%20JOHN
     
84HARRISON, Robert  (Service No 1128211)Sgt.RAFVR. 514 Sqdn. (Air Gunner) RAF WaterbeachBritish resident in Argentina. Killed in action 25th February 1944. Shot down by German flak during night operations over Schweinfurt in Lancaster (DS785). Son of Robert and Isabel Harrison, of West Cornforth, Co Durham. Left Argentina 5th October 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2101803/HARRISON,%20ROBERT
     
85HAYES, William RichardCivilian War DeadS.S. ANDALUCIA STARDied at Sea 6/10/1942 (age 35) when torpedoed by German Submarine U-107 about west of Cape Palmas, Liberia in position 06.380N, 15.46W [19] . She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires, Argentina to the River Mersey, with a cargo of 5374 tons of meat and 32 tons of eggs. Three crew and one passenger were lost.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167545/HAYES,%20WILLIAM%20RICHARD
     
86HENDERSON, John HenryCivilian War DeadS.S AVILA STARDied at sea 5/07/1942 (age 30) when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. Forty five crew and 17 passengers were lost. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/).  http://www.cwgc.org/find-a-cemetery/cemetery/4004364/S.S.%20AVILA%20STARhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167631/HENDERSON,%20JOHN%20HENRY
     
87HILL, Robert James  DFC (Service No 40300)Flight LieutenantRAF. RAF Instructor at 13 OTU.British resident in Bahia Blanca. Killed on active service 14th March 1941 (age27). His Blenheim MkI crashed into trees at Oulton. In the UK at the beginning of hostilities. RAF regular officerhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2421434/HILL,%20ROBERT%20JAMES
     
88HINE, Douglas Alfred (Service No 118483)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 431 (R.C.A.F.) SqdnNative from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 23rd June 1943 (age 31). His Wellington was shot down by German flak en route to Mulheim. Son of Ernest William Hine, and of Myrtle Gwendoline Hine (nee Millican); nephew of E. Hazel Nelson, of Oxton, Birkenhead. Left Argentina 23rd December 1940. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemetery. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2047524/HINE,%20DOUGLAS%20ALFRED
     
89HOLLAND, John de Beauvoir (Service No 169116)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 183 Sqdn. RAF Tangmere (Pilot)Native of Estancia Santa Elena, Ameghino, Prov of Chubut. Died from wounds 11 February 1944 (age 23). His Typhoon (JR260) was shot down in a dogfight with FW 190s from I/JG 26 near St Catherine's Point, Isle of Wight; he bailed out but died from his injuries; the German pilot who shot him down was Feldwebel Wiegand. Son of Capt. Arthur Henry Holland and Valerie L. De Lisle Holland, of St. Elena, Ameghino, Argentine. Left Argentina 14th September 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2723011/HOLLAND,%20JOHN%20De%20BEAUVOIR
     
90HOUGH, James   DFC  (Service No 118105)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 7 Sqdn. RAF Oakington (Bomb Aimer)Killed in action 18th November 1943 (age 33). His Lancaster (JA970) disappeared on an air raid over Mannheim. Employee of the Buenos Ayres & Pacific Railway. Left Argentina 25th June 1940. Son of Frederick Henry and Anne Hough, of Glasgow. Died 18th Nov 1943 over Germany (age33)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2101927/HOUGH,%20JAMES
     
91HOULDER, Robert GeorgeSub-Lieut.RNVR. H.M.S. Tana.Missing presumed killed 26th February 1946 (age 29). HMS Tana – shore base in Kilindini, Kenya. Son of George Addyman Houlder and Magdalen Frances Houlder, of Borough Green, Kent.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2494555/HOULDER,%20ROBERT%20GEORGE
     
92HOWELL, Ernesto  DFC  (Service No 144194)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 138 Sqdn. RAF Tempsford. (Wireless Operator)Missing in action 9th November 1944 in a Stirling (LJ993) (NF-M) during SOE Operation Crupper 11 to Norway. Lost at sea due to bad weather. Left Argentina 22nd August 1940. http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Bedfordshire/TempsfordAircrewLost1944.htmlhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1800595/HOWELL,%20ERNESTO
     
93HUDSON-BELL, Thomas Reginald Trevor  (Service No R/99900)Flight SergeantRCAFVR. 519 (R.A.F.). Sqdn (W.Op./Air Gnr.) and (Band Leader)Native from Adrogué, Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 26th August 1943 (age 20). His Hampden (P2118) crashed into a mountain in Ben Loyal, near Tongue (Scottish Highlands) due to bad visibility and a tornado. Son of Thomas and Mary Ines Hudson-Bell, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Left Argentina 18th May 1941. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes), and also Educated at St Alban’s College – Lomas de Zamora – (http://www.stalbans.com.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2460310/HUDSON-BELL,%20THOMAS%20REGINALD%20TREVOR
     
94HUGHES, George Pryce  (Service No J/4825) Mentioned in DespatchesFlight LieutenantRCAFVR. 105 (R.A.F.) Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 11th July 1942 (age 29). A Bf109 G-1 from Staffel Jagdgeschwader I, based in Hussum, flown by Officer Herbert Biermann, shot down his Mosquito (G-BS) (DK299) over Denmark. Son of George D. and Hope Julia Hughes, of Buenos Aires, Argentine.Member Tigre boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/) and of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/). Left Argentina 27th September 1940.  Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2271036/HUGHES,%20GEORGE%20PRYCE
     
95HUGHES, Richard Pryce  (Service No J/4825)Pilot OfficerRCAFVR. 10 (R.A.F.) SqdnNative from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 15th April 1942 (age 33). Returning from a mission over Dortmund with two engines on fire, he ordered his crew to bail out whilst he remained at the controls. He began loosing height spiralling downwards, but his Halifax (R9492) stalled into the ground killing him. Son of Pryce Edward and Ethel Bessie Hughes; husband of Jane Elizabeth Gillian Hughes, of Grampound, Cornwall. Left Argentina 27th September 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2736423/HUGHES,%20RICHARD%20PRYCE
     
96HUNT, Ernest JohnCivilian War DeadMinistry of Labour (Technical Inspector)  
     
97HUTTON, John Scott (Service No 121720)Flying OfficerRAFVR. RAF Westcott. 11 OTU. (Air Bomber)Native from Bahia Blanca. Killed on active service 30th December 1942 (age 27). One of the engines on his Wellington (X6981) quit and he crashed into trees in Ashendon. Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Sothern, Western & Midland Railways. Son of Joseph and Margaret Hutton, of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/) Left Argentina 28th April 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2706759/HUTTON,%20JOHN%20SCOTT
     
98HYLAND, Peter Joseph  (Service No 177687)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 101 Sqdn. (RAF Ludford Magna, Linc)Native of Concordia, Entre Rios.  Killed in action 28th July 1944 (age 21). A JU88 (4R+KK) night fighter flown by the German ace and crew (Oblt. Heinz Rokker, Carlos Nugent, Friedrich Wefelmeier) shot his Lancaster down (SR-V2) (LM462) over Orleans at 7,550 ft. The bomber crashed in Reibrechien, France. They were taking part in a 494 aircraft bombing raid over Stuttgart. Son of Harold and Adeline Archer Hyland, of Entre Rios, Argentine. Left Argentina 3rd March 1941. http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar/stories/26/a4342826.shtmlhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2898872/HYLAND,%20PETER%20JOSEPH
     
99INGOUVILLE, Richard Giles  (Service No FX112068)Leading AirmanRNVR. (Fleet Air Arm) H.M.S. SakerNative of Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 24th July 1943 (age 20) in a flying training accident in Michigan. Son of Peter and Marta B. Ingouville, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. (HMS Saker was a shore based transit accommodation of the Royal Navy during World War II located at various locations near New York, such as Brooklyn and Ashbury Park, New Jersey. It was used by crews picking up ships allocated to the Royal Navy under the provisions of Lend-Lease and by crews sent to collect ships that had been undergoing long term repair/refitting at U.S. dockyards.)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2719805/INGOUVILLE,%20RICHARD%20GILES
     
100JACKSON, Leslie  (Service No 10562496)CraftsmanRoyal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, 6th Tank Bgde. Workshops Died in the UK 24th June 1944 (age 22). Employee of the Buenos Ayres & Pacific Railway. Son of William and Emily Jackson; husband of Dorothy Jackson, of Armthorpe, Yorkshire.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2361863/JACKSON,%20LESLIE
     
101JACKSON, Richard HarrisonStorekeeperS.S. Avila Star (London)Died at sea 5/07/1942  (age 54) when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. Forty five crew and 17 passengers were lost.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2362203/JACKSON,%20RICHARD%20H
     
102JAMES, Edgar BowenCivilian War Dead Died of Septecaemia 31st October 1940. Left Argentina October 5th 1940 
     
103JOHNSTON, James Geddes  (Service No 79813)Flight LieutenantRAFVRBritish resident in Argentina. Missing in action 23rd January (age 35) on a flight over the North African front. Son of Samuel Alexander and Elizabeth Johnston; nephew of Joseph Johnston, of Dublin, Irish Republic. Left Argentina March 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1810388/JOHNSTON,%20JAMES%20GEDDES
     
104JONES, Thomas Rees  (Service No 1379595)Sgt.RAFVR. RAF Dunholme Lodge. 44 Sqdn. (W.Op./Air Gnr.)Resident in Quilmes, Buenos Aires. Killed on active service over Holland 29th June 1943 (age 21). His Lancaster (ED307) was shot down by Major Walther Radusch I/NGJ.I over Nuenen, Holland. Son of Thomas A. and Emma Worthing Jones, of Haedo F.C.N.F.D., Sarmiento, Buenos Aires, Argentine.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2617937/JONES,%20THOMAS%20REES
     
105JOYCE, David Dudley Plaister  (Service No J/4822)Flying OfficerRCAF. 10Sqdn.  (R.A.F Leeming, Yorks) (Pilot)Native from Belgrano, Buenos Aires. Killed in action 2nd June 1942 (age 23). Hit by flak in a Halifax Mk II (W1098) and crashed into the German village of Oeding. Ony one of the crew of seven survived. Son of Dudley Vincent Joyce, and of Gladys Evelyn Joyce (nee Thomas), of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2055996/JOYCE,%20DAVID%20DUDLEY%20PLAISTER
     
106KEHOE, James Bernard  (Service No 1289922)Sgt.RAFVR. 148 Sqdn. (Air Gunner)Native from San Nicholas, Buenos Aires. Killed in action 24th April 1942. His Wellington Mk I.C. was shot down over Catania, Italy. Left Argentina 1st June 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2076171/KEHOE,%20JAMES%20BERNARD
    
107KEILLER, Cecil FrancisCivilian War DeadM.V. UPWEY GRANGEDied at sea due to enemy action, 8th August 1940 (age 31). The M.V Upwey Grange, under the command of Capt. W. E. Williams, on a voyage from Buenos Aires to London, was approximately 200 miles W. of Achill Head, Co. Mayo, on August 8th, 1940, when she was attacked by a German submarine (U37). At about 9.50 a.m. she was struck by two torpedoes in quick succession, both on the port side, the first exploding in the engine room and the second in way of No. 6 hatch. The vessel settled by the stern with a list to port and orders were given to abandon ship. Son of Mary Keiller, of 52a Oxford Road, Kilburn, Middlesex, and of the late Frederick George Keiller.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3168733/KEILLER,%20CECIL%20FRANCIS
    
108KING, Douglas Stuart  (J/4824)Pilot OfficerRCAF.76 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Missing in action 30th December 1940 (age24) on a daylight raid to Brest naval base. His Halifax bomber B II (L9615) was severely hit by flak, and though they got away they had to ditch 20 miles off the Devon coast. Son of Douglas and Inez G. King of Krabbé King & Co and Estancia Ñanderoga, Pila, Prov. Bs As. Left Argentina 27th September 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1802740/KING,%20DOUGLAS%20STUART
     
109LAING-MEASON, Gilbert  (Service No 1267845)Leading AircraftmanRAFVR (Pilot U/T)Native of El Guanaco, Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 26th July 1941 (age 23). Son of Gilbert Laing-Meason and of Thelma Laing-Meason (nee McKean), of Guanaco, F.C.O., Argentina. His brother, Sqdn. Ldr. Patrick Beverley Laing-Meason, D.F.C., also died on service. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/). Left Argentina 6th August 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2709873/LAING-MEASON,%20GILBERT
     
110LAING-MEASON, Patrick.Beverley.  (Service No 103564)   DFCSqdn. LeaderRAFVR. (Pilot)Native from El Guanaco, Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 28th October 1944 (age 25). Was killed when his Spitfire crashed. Son of Gilbert Laing Meason and of Thelma Laing-Meason (nee McKean), of Guanaco F.C.O., Argentine. His brother Gilbert also died on service. Member of the Tigre Boat Club. He left Argentina 6th August 1940. (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2735518/LAING-MEASON,%20PATRICK%20BEVERLEY
     
111LE BAS, Richard Howard  (Service No 177336)Capt.Royal Armoured Corps. 3rd King's Own HussarsKilled in action North Africa 2nd November 1942 (age 32). Son of Richard Wilson Olavarria Le Bas and Florence Anne Marrs Le Bas, of Rosario, Argentina. Brother of Michael Henry Le Bas later Air Vice Marshall RAF: http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/LeBas_MH.htm . Member of the Rosario Athletic Club (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Club_Atl%C3%A9tico_del_Rosario)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2123312/LE%20BAS,%20RICHARD%20HOWARD
     
112LETT, Charles Maurice (Mono")  (Service No 1810288)Flight Sgt.RAFVR. 124 "Baroda" (F) Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Missing in action 30th March 1945. He had to ditch his Spitfire (TB918) off the Norfolk coast. Unfortunately there was a huge spring storm and they were unable to find and rescue him. Left Argentina 14th August 1942. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1803346/LETT,%20CHARLES%20MAURICE
     
113LINDSELL, Edward Stratton  (Service No 129342)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 177 Sqdn. (Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Missing in action over Burma, 5th April 1944 (age 32). Son of Arthur and Frances Lindsell; husband of Molly Lindsell. Left Argentina 13th April 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1815343/LINDSELL,%20EDWARD%20STRATTON
     
114LISTER, Edward Udney  (Service No J/7821)Flying OfficerRCAFVRNative from Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 10th September 1943 (age 29). Son of Marian Udny Lister, of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/).http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2691777/UDNY%20LISTER,%20THOMAS%20EDWARD
     
115LYALL-GRANT, Colin  (Service No EC/4317)Lieut.RIASC. (Indian Army)Killed on active service, India, 27th March 1944. Son of Lt.-Col. Douglas Lyall-Grant, M.C., T.D., and Dorothy Lyall-Grant, of Wimbledon, Surrey. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2034725/LYALL-GRANT,%20COLIN
     
116MacDONALD, Duncan Farquhar  (Service No 134739)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 160 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Missing on active service, Singapore 6th May 1944 in a Liberator (FL911). Son of Alexander and Ann Macdonald, of Hurlingham, Argentina. Left Argentina 17th July 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1815417/MACDONALD,%20DUNCAN%20FARQUHAR
     
117MacDONALD, Kenneth Forbes  (Service No 100649)Sqdn. LeaderRAFVR. 93 Sqdn. Commanding Officer (Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action by DCA (American Anti-Aircraft Fire) over Battipaglia, Italy. 11th September 1943 (age 29). Son of Alexander and Ann Macdonald, of Hurlingham, Argentine. Left Argentina 23rd July 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2603532/MACDONALD,%20KENNETH%20FORBES
     
118MacDOUGALL, George  (Service No 776143)Leading AircraftmanRAFVR. (Pilot U/T)Died Rhodesia 25th September 1941 (age 28). Son of Ronald C. and Evelyn M. C. MacDougall; nephew of Mrs V. 1. MacDougall, of Newbury, Berkshire.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2617028/MacDOUGALL,%20GEORGE
     
119MACKINNON, Gordon MacDiarmid  (Service No 1380447)Flight Sgt.RAFVR. 73 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Missing in action, North Africa, 21st October 1942 (age21). His Hurricane Mark I C (BE554) was shot down in a dogfight with German Bf 109s East of Alamein. He was on a tactical reconnaissance patrol when he was attacked. Left Argentina 6th September 1940. Son of Stuart Shaw Mackinnon and Agnes MacDiarmid Mackinnon, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1810698/MACKINNON,%20GORDON%20MACDIARMID
     
120MacLEAN, AlexanderMasterMerchant Navy (S.S. Corinaldo)Died at sea. 6th July 1940 (age 57). At 22.16 hours on October 29, 1942, SS Corinaldo, with a cargo of frozen meat from Buenos Aires, was torpedoed and damaged by U-509 and was abandoned. The position was 33.20N, 18.12W (N of the Canary Islands). The drifting vessel was sunk the next day by U-203 after an abortive attempt by U-659. The master (William Anderson), forty-one crew members and eight DEMS gunners were rescued by the HMS Cowslip and landed at Gibraltar.  Seven crew members and one DEMS gunner lost their lives. The crew members are commemorated on Tower Hill, Panel 31 and the DEMS gunner on the Chatham Naval Memorial (panel 54.3) and the Folkestone War Memorial.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2799855/MACLEAN,%20ALEXANDER
     
121MacLEAN, Henry  (Service No 1388402)Sgt.RAFVR. RAF Coningsby. 106 Sqdn. (Air Gunner)Killed in action over Denmark, 2nd May 1942 (age 30). His Avro Manchester (L7399) crashed at Lilholt (an earlier twin engined version of the Lancaster). Son of Alexander and Julia Maclean, of Inverness.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2270780/MACLEAN,%20HENRY
     
122MacQUEEN, Ian Andrew James (Service No J/8439)Pilot OfficerRCAF, 44 (Rhodesia) Sqdn.  (Observer)Missing in action, 5th Aug 1942. His Lancaster (R-5603) (KM-D) was lost on a bombing raid to the German city of Essen. Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1079748/MACQUEEN,%20IAN%20ANDREW%20JAMES
     
123MACRAE, Evan Macdonald  (Service No 217054)Lt.Royal Artillery. 136 Field Regt.Native of San Julian, Patagonia, Argentina. Died in Rangoon, 13th September 1945 (age 30).  Son of Evan Macrae and of Doris Macrae (nee Wild), of Budleigh Salterton, Devon; husband of Lucy F. Macrae.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2260865/MACRAE,%20EVAN%20MAC
     
124MACRORY, Harry Ian  (Service No 801456)Sgt.RAFVR. 23 Sqdn.Killed in action in The Battle of Britain 3rd January 1941. (age 21). Son of Harry and Elsie Cousins Macrory, of Penge, Kent. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1079768/MACRORY,%20HARRY%20IAN
     
125MAITLAND-HERRIOT, Francis Reginald (Service No 140906)Flight Lieut.RAFVRNative of Argentina. Killed on active service 1st July 1945 (age 25). Died of serious injuries received in a car accident. Son of Charles Adrian and Dorothy Mary Maitland-Heriot, of West Brompton, London. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2432614/MAITLAND-HERIOT,%20FRANK%20REGINALD
     
126MALLET, Maurice Bradsury  (Service No 41939)Flight Lieut.RAF  (Pilot)Killed in action, over Germany 17th September 1942. (Age 25). Son of Thomas Henry Maurice and Florence Mallet; husband of Pamela Mallet, of Paisley, Renfrewshire. In the UK at the beginning of the war as a regular officer.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2617997/MALLET,%20MAURICE%20BRADSURY
     
127MANINGTON, David Anthony  (Service No 5348681)TrooperRoyal Armoured Corps. 3rd/4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters)Native of Concordia, Entre Rios. Killed in action, Germany 28th March 1945 (age 24). Son of Douglas Charles and Marguerite Louise Manington, of Concordia, Entre Rios, Argentine. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2040184/MANINGTON,%20DAVID%20ANTONY
     
128MARCHANT, Godfrey  MC (Service No 156829)MajorIntelligence CorpsSon of Maj. Godfrey Marchant and Frances Elizabeth Mary Marchant. Died Bangladesh 1st April 1945 (age 35)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2180915/MARCHANT,%20GODFREY
     
129MARSON, Peter Cramer  (Service No 1181283)Leading AircraftmanRAFVR. (Pilot U/T)Native from Cordoba, killed on Active Service, Rhodesia 4th December 1943 (age 22) in an air training accident. Son of Edwin John and Mabel Ethel Marson, of Cordoba, Argentine.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2617421/MARSON,%20PETER%20CRAMER
     
130MARTIN, Denys Philip   (Service No 1382408)Sgt.RAFVR. 78 Sqdn. (Wireless Operator & Air Gunner) Killed in action over Germany 24th Aug 1943. On a raid to Berlin a German night fighter shot his Halifax down over Netzow. Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2202131/MARTIN,%20DENYS%20PHILIP
     
131MATTHEWS, Eric Lycett  (Service No 153135)Capt.Suffolk RegimentKilled in action, Italy 13th September 1944 (age 27). Son of Edward Lycett Mathews and Lucy Winifred Mathews; husband of Angela Rose Mathews, of Ipswich, Suffolk.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2379073/MATHEWS,%20ERIC%20LYCETT
     
132MATTSON, Bertram Knightley  (Service No D/JX 344578)Telegraphist/CoderRNVR, HMS KiteLost at sea 21st Aug 1944 (age 26). HMS Kite was hit by two torpedoes from U-344 (commanded by Oberleutnant Ulrich Pietsch) and sank in the Barents Sea. Employee of the Central Argentine Railway. Son of Frederick and Gertrude Mattson, of Banbury, Oxfordshire.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2484220/MATTSON,%20BERTRAM%20KNIGHTLEY
     
133McALLISTER, Samuel  (Service No 67671)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 107 Sqdn. (Pilot)Native from the Province of Cordoba. Killed on active service in an air accident with a Blenheim bomber, Malta 16th October 1941 (age 20). Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1704168/McALLISTER,%20SAMUEL
     
134McBAY, Arthur Cave  (Service No 1108568)Sgt.RAFVR, 50 Sqdn (Wireless Operator & Air Gunner) RAF SkellingthorpeKilled over Germany 26th Feb 1943 (age 26). His Lancaster (ED387) was shot down by German flak on a raid to Nuremberg. Employee of the Central Argentine Railway.Son of William Wilson McBay and Annie McBay, of Rosario, Argentina; husband of Pauline McBay, of Cambridge. Left Argentina 18th June 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2102281/McBAY,%20ARTHUR%20CAVE
     
135McCALLUM, Ian Wallace  (Service No 299739)Lieut.Royal Armoured Corps. 27th Lancers attd. Popski's Private ArmyNative of Buenos Aires, killied in action Italy, 23rd April 1945 (age 21). Son of William Alexander McCallum and Gwendoline L'Estrange Wallace McCallum, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1716732/McCALLUM,%20IAN%20WALLACE
     
136McCOMAS, Henry Claude (Service No 108133)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 26 Sqdn.Killed in action, France, 16th July 1942 (age 20). His Mustang was shot down in a dogfight by a Fw 190 over Boulogne. Son of Cyril Henry and Hilda Mary Claude McComas, of Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Irish Republic. M.A. (Cantab.) Caius College. Resident staff at St George's College, Quilmes. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2278487/McCOMAS,%20HENRY%20CLAUD
     
137McDOUGALL, Jeffrey   DFC  (Service No 25059)Wing CommanderRAFVRDied 11th December 1942 (age 31). Husband of J. M. McDougall, of Newbury, Berkshire. Citation: One night in November, 1940, Squadron Leader McDougall was the pilot and Sergeant Gray the air gunner of. an aircraft detailed to carry out harassing attacks on enemy aerodromes. At 0300 hours Amiens-Glisy aerodrome was identified and found to be illuminated for night-flying. A large four-engined enemy aircraft was seen in the air and Squadron Leader McDougall decided to attack it before bombing the aerodrome. He rapidly overhauled the enemy and from close range Sergeant Gray opened fire. His first burst entered one of the port engines which immediately emitted smoke. He then fired two long bursts into the fuselage. The aircraft was seen to fall out of control and eventually it hit the ground and exploded. Squadron Leader McDougall then returned to Amiens-Glisy and bombed the aerodrome in the face of intense and accurate anti-aircraft fire. He had completed 22 and Sergeant Gray 26 operational missions, and both have at all times pressed home their attacks with courage and determination.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2421881/McDOUGALL,%20JEFFREY
     
138MILTON, Ronald James  (Service No FAA/FX. 108105)Air Mechanic 2nd ClassRNVR. HMS Atheling (Aircraft Carrier)Native of Buenos Aires. Killed on active service aboard HMS Atheling (aircraft carrier) 29th June 1944 (age20).  Milton and another three mechanics were killed when a  Seafire (MB253) crashed landed, skidded through the retention barrier hitting another Seafire. The Seafire's pilot was unhurt. Son of John and Ida Milton. Left Argentina 17th November 1942. Went to St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2974901/MILTON,%20RONALD%20JAMES
     
139MINTER, Edward A.Lieut. CommanderRNVR. H.M.S. Drake (RN Shore Base)Native of Argentina. Died of illness 14th January 1942 (age 42). http://www.theminters.co.uk/getperson.php?personID=I159&tree=folkestonehttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2811848/MINTER,%20EDWARD%20ARTHUR
     
140MITCHELL, Walter Joseph  (Service No 1283885)Aircraftman 1st ClassRAFVR Killed on Active Service 5th July 1941. He was part of the RAF personnel on the troopship SS Anselm. While transporting 98 crew and 1,210 troops, including 175 Royal Air Force personnel who were heading for the Gold Coast, now Ghana, from Gourock, Scotland, to Freetown, West Africa, (Convoy WS-9B) the ship was struck on the port side by a torpedo from the U-96 (Willenbrock). The ship sank in twenty-two minutes about 300 miles north of the Azores. In the panic and chaos which followed, a total of 254 men, including a large number of the RAF men, were lost. They were in transit from the Clyde to Freetown, Sierra Leone when they were torpedoed about 300 mls N of the Azores (http://members.iinet.net.au/~gduncan/maritime-1.html#maritime_disasters_1941). Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Son of Patrick Charles and Mary Mitchell; husband of Marion Robertson Mitchell, of Harrogate, Yorkshire. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1076981/MITCHELL,%20WALTER%20JOSEPH
     
141MOHR-BELL, Harold  (Service No 101582)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 15 Sqdn.Native from San Rafael, Mendoza. Killed in action on the night of the 12th/13th October 1941 during Operation Trinity (http://www.airfieldinformationexchange.org/community/showthread.php?6710-Operation-Trinity-and-the-Baillie-Beam)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2259005/MOHR-BELL,%20HAROLD
     
142MONNEY, John DouglasCivilian War DeadM.V. UPWEY GRANGEDied at sea 8th August 19440 (age 35). The motorship Upwey Grange, Capt. W. E. Williams, on a voyage from Buenos Aires to London, was approximately 200 miles W. of Achill Head, Co. Mayo, on August 8th, 1940, when she was attacked by a German submarine (U37). At about 9.50 a.m. she was struck by two torpedoes in quick succession, both on the port side, the first exploding in the engine room and the second in way of No. 6 hatch. The vessel settled by the stern with a list to port and orders were given to abandon ship. Of Estancia Aurora, The Forestal Land, Timber and Railways Company Limited, Argentina. (http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Forestal). Son of William J. and Anna Monney, of 14 The Rise, Ewell, Surrey.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3168734/MONNEY,%20JOHN%20DOUGLAS
     
143MONROE-HINDS, John  (Service No 90536) Pilot OfficerRAF. 92 Sqdn. RAF TangmereNative from Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 15th November 1939 (age 23). He crashed whilst training on a Blenheim (L1127). Son of Joseph Albert Monroe Hinds and Mabel Aikens Hinds, of Buenos Aires. Argentina. In the UK before hostilities started he was a regular officer of the RAF. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2437386/MONROE-HINDS,%20JOHN
     
144MOORE, Kenneth Redfern  (Service No 1805235)Sgt.RAFVR. 101 Sqdn. (Navigator)Native of Temperley. Killed in action over France 1st February 1945. His bomber crashed due to unknown causes. Member of the Rosario Athletic Club (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Club_Atl%C3%A9tico_del_Rosario). Left Argentina 10th March 1942.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2319859/MOORE,%20KENNETH%20REDFERN
     
145MORAWSKI, John  Silver Star  (Service No 310071)Cpl.USMC, 14th Def Bn III Phib CorpsDied of wounds, Guam 22nd July 1944 and was buried at sea. Son of Mrs Gladys Morawski. Educated at St Andrew's Scots School, Buenos Aires. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/), and also Educated at St Alban’s College – Lomas de Zamora – (http://www.stalbans.com.ar/)Buried at Sea
     
146MORRIS, Desmond Edward  (Service No 132320)Flying OfficerRAFVR, 220 Sqdn.Killed in action over the Azores, 4th December 1943. Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1077199/MORRIS,%20DESMOND%20EDWARD
     
147MURCHISON, James Alexander  (Service No 2940098)Pvt.Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. 5th Bn.Died 3rd July 1944. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2436992/MURCHISON,%20JAMES%20ALEXANDER
     
148NEIL, Charles  (Service No 321287)2nd Lieut.Royal Armoured Corps. 22nd Dragoons.Native of Buenos Aires. Killed in action in France 11th Sept 1944 (age 20).  Son of Charles Neil and of Lily Neil (nee Orr), of Buenos Aires, Argentine.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2095508/NEIL,%20CHARLES
     
149NEILSON, Donald Fullerton  (Service No J/24170)Flying OfficerRCAF. RAF Waltham, 550 Sqdn. (Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Based at RAF Waltham (Grimsby). Went missing in action 17th June 1944 (age 27). Son of Neil Hingle Neilson and Ellen Maud Neilson, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1077575/NEILSON,%20DONALD%20FULLERTON
     
150O'CONNOR, John Desmond  (Service No S/214998)Lance CorporalRoyal Army Service Corps. attd. H.Q. 4th A.A. Div.Died 19th January 1941http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2411855/O'CONNOR,%20JOHN%20DESMOND
     
151OLDITCH, Charles Robert  (Service No 7945580)TrooperRoyal Armoured CorpsNative of Argentina. Died UK 1st Oct 1942. Employee of the  Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Son of Frederick William Olditch and Ethel May Olditch (nee MacLean), of Alta Gracia, Argentina. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2709287/OLDITCH,%20CHARLES%20ROBERT
     
152PANKHURST, Charles Arthur  (Service No 1260384)Sgt.RAFVR. 207 Sqdn. (Observer)British resident in Buenos Aires. Killed in action 24th May 1942 (age 35) in an air accident. Son of Thomas William Pankhurst, and of Flora Pankhurst, of Ewell, Surrey. Left Argentina 25th June 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2441350/PANKHURST,%20CHARLES%20ARTHUR
     
153PARKER, Joseph SmithA.C.2RAFVREmployee of the Central Argentine Railway. Taken from the memorial now at The British Cemetery - Chacarita. Was previously at Retiro station. 
     
154PARTINGTON, John Claude  (Service No 1180179)Sgt.RAFVR. 9 Sqdn. (Pilot)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action over Netherlands (age 20).  B.A. (Cantab.). Son of John Laughton Partington and Madeleine Partington, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. His brother, Rene Laughton Partington, also died on active service.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2634822/PARTINGTON,%20JOHN%20CLAUDE
     
155PARTINGTON, Rene Laughton  (Service No 1198786)Sgt.RAFVR. RAF Grimsby 142 Sqdn. (Air Gunner)Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 6th Oct 1942 (age20). Returning from a mission over Aachen in a Vickers Wellington (BK281) (KT-M). Due to bad weather conditions it crashed on Dartmoor, near Princetown, Devon. Son of John Laughton Partington and Madeleine Partington, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. His brother John Claude also died on active service. Left Argentina before hostilities in 1939.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2651427/PARTINGTON,%20RENE%20LAUGHTON
     
156PATTERSON, William Robert DuncanCivilian War DeadS.S. AVILA STARDied at sea 5/07/1942 (age 29) when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. She was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. Forty five crew and 17 passengers were lost. Son of James Patterson, of Mata Grande, San Julian, Argentine, and of the late Elizabeth Pattersonhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167633/PATTERSON,%20WILLIAM%20ROBERT%20DUNCAN
     
157PAUL, George Graham  (Service No 139298)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 78 Sqdn. (Navigator)Native from Temperley. Killed in action 27th September 1943 (age 22). Shot down in a Halifax Mark II (LW230) (EY-G) which was part of a large bombing raid (678 bombers) over Hanover. Son of Archibald Paul, and of Stella M. Paul, of Temperley, Buenos Aires, Argentine. Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2075083/PAUL,%20GEORGE%20GRAHAM
     
158PELLENS, Geoffrey Eugene Martin  (Service No 14416239)Lieut.Royal Armoured CorpsBuenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Roll of Honour English Social Club Lomas de Zamora and also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemetery. Educated at St Alban’s College – Lomas de Zamora – (http://www.stalbans.com.ar/) 
     
159PENNEY, Eric Francis Squire  (Service No 920598)Leading AircraftmanRAFVR. (W. Op./Air Gnr.)Son of John Ernest and Mary Louisa Penney, of Teignmouth.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2441388/PENNEY,%20ERIC%20FRANCIS%20SQUIRE
     
160PERKINS, William  (Service No 1075785)Sgt.RAFVR. (Air Gunner)Based at RAF Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. Killed on active service 4th January 1943 (age31). His Wellington (W5613) caught fire and crashed in Orchard Leigh Park, near Bath, Somerset. Son of Edwin Perkins, and of Lottie Mary Perkins, of Sale, Cheshire. Left Argentina 14th September 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2691718/PERKINS,%20WILLIAM
     
161PILDITCH, Frank Shearburn  (Service No 279200)Lieut.Royal Engineers. 241 Field Coy. Killed on active service, Germany, 19th March 1945 (age 30). B.Sc. Hons., A.M.I.C.E. Son of Eric and Mary Mitton Shearburn Pilditch; husband of Margaret Mary Pilditch, of Edinburgh.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2041120/PILDITCH,%20FRANK%20SHEARBURN
     
162PILLING, James Walter  (Service No 1283040)Flight Sgt.RAFVR, 202 Sqdn. Based in Malta, went missing in action aboard PBY Catalina (AJ162) 10th Sept 1942. Worked at the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1533032/PILLING,%20JAMES%20WALTER
     
163PINSENT, John Soudon  (Service No 1376521)Sgt.RAFVR. 233 Sqdn. (Air Gunner)Native of Buenos Aires. Based at RAF Gibralatar, went missing in action in a Lockheed Hudson during an attack against a German submarine on 11th December 1941 (age 25). Son of Gilbert Soudon Pinsent and Agnes Mabel Pinsent, of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Left Argentina 23rd July 1940. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1533034/PINSENT,%20JOHN%20SOUDON
     
164PLUNKETT, Oliver Peter  (Service No 102300)Pilot OfficerRAFVR.Killed on active service 16th August 1941 (age 26). Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/). Son of Mr. Justice Oliver Plunkett and Cordelia Esme Plunkett. Left Argentina 23rd July 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2421461/PLUNKETT,%20OLIVER%20PETER
     
165POLLOCK, James  (Service No 1890535)Leading AircraftmanRAFVRNative of La Plata. Passed away in Buenos Aires due to illness when on leave 8th September 1944 (age 31). Son of William and Myra Pollock of Buenos Aires; husband of Elsie Caroline Pollock (nee Randrup), of La Plata, Argentina. Left Argentina 1st December 1942http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2259488/POLLOCK,%20JAMES
     
166POOLE, Thomas Frederick Peter (Service No 1281236)Sgt.RAFVR. 107 Sqdn. (Observer)Killed on active service (age 26) 12th February 1942. Flying in a Boston (AL754) (OM-D) which stalled in a steep bank due to bad conditions on the ground, side slipped and cart wheeled into the woods at RAF Massingham. Son of Arthur John and Kate Poole; husband of Monica Poole, of Horley, Surreyhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2763995/POOLE,%20THOMAS%20FREDERICK%20PETER
     
167PRICE, Anthony Frederick  (Service No 129422)Capt.Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)Killed in action, Italy, 28th Novemebr 1943.Son of Stephen Alfred and Lilian Maud Price, of Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucestershire. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2376035/PRICE,%20ANTHONY%20FREDERICK
     
168PRING, Maurice Arthur Owers  DFM (Service No 143237)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 604, 89, 125 and 176 Sqdns.British resident in Buenos Aires. Killed in action 5th December 1943 (age 22). His Hurricane (HV709) was shot down over Calcutta by Japanese Navy Zeros from the 33rd Kokutai. Son of Arthur Benjamin Pring and of Doris Lilian Pring (nee Garrett), of Berkhamsted, Hertfordshirehttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2192058/PRING,%20ARTHUR%20MAURICE%20OWERS
    
169PRYOR, Gerald Cowes  (Service No J/4823)Flight Lieut.RCAFVR. 18 Sqdn.Native of Buenos Aires. Based in Malta, missing in action 8th November 1941. His Blenheim (J/4823) was shot down by anti-aircarft fire when he was attacking an enemy convoy. Son of John W. and Hilda A. Pryor, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Left Argentina 1940. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1804750/PRYOR,%20GERALD%20COWES
    
170RANKIN, John Marquis   DFC  (Service No 117925)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 107 Sqdn.British resident in Buenos Aires. Killed in action, France, 27th May 1943 (age 32). Son of Frederick John and Grace Fraser Rankin, of Stranraer, Wigtownshire; husband of Edith Margaret Rankin, of Dunfermline, Fife. Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2278722/RANKIN,%20JOHN%20MARQUIS
    
171READY, Charles Peter  (Service No 124183)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 103 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Killed in action 2nd December 1943 (age 33) over Berlin. Son of Lt.-Col. Basil Tobin Ready and Hilda Helen Ready, of Hawkhurst, Kent. . Left Argentina 4th March 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2760754/READY,%20CHARLES%20PETER
    
172RECABARREN, Raul  (Service No 1814703)Sgt.RAFVR. 428 (R.C.A.F.) Sqdn (flight Engineer)Died from injuries received whilst on an air raid, 26th August 1944. Left September 12th 1942http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2928659/RECABARREN,%20RAUL%20FERNANDO
     
173REYNOLDS Geoffrey "Patoruzú"  (Service No 1800770)Leading Aircraftman RAFVR. EFTSNative of Buenos Aires.  Killed on active service 11th November 1942 (age 28) during a training flight with a Tiger Moth. Son of Mr & Mrs Henry William Reynolds of Buenos Aires..http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2928690/REYNOLDS,%20GEOFFREY
     
174REYNOLDS Michael  (Service No 658695)SgtRAF. 106 Sqdn.Native of Buenos Aires.  Killed in action 21st December 1942 on an air raid. Son of Mr & Mrs Henry William Reynolds of Buenos Aires.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2689793/REYNOLDS,%20MICHAEL
     
175ROANTREE, Ian Landowne  (Service No 237981)Lieut.Durham Light Infantry. 9th Bn.Son of E. H. and Elena Roantree; husband of Elsie Roantree, of Darlington, Co. Durham. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2328791/ROANTREE,%20IAN%20LANSDOWNE
     
176ROCHE, Rupert R. Burke  (Service No 304137)Lieut.Royal Ulster Rifles. attd. 6th Bn. Royal Inniskilling FusiliersKilled on Active Service, Italy 21st June 1944. Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1707701/ROCHE,%20RUPERT%20REGINALD%20BURKE
     
177RODGER, Thomas Walker  (Service No 1387728)Sgt.RAFVR. 102 Sqdn. Air Gnr.Native of Olivos, Buenos Aires. . Killed in action 9th June 1944 (age 29). They were on a mining mission over the German Naval base at Brest in France; the mission was a success, in spite of heavy German flak barrage. On their return to base they were diverted to RAF Catfoss due to bad weather and the Halifax (LW149) under the command of Flying Officer Hillrich crashed into some trees near a farm in Seaton, East Riding of Yorkshire.  Son of Thomas Walker Rodger and Christina Rodger; husband of Mary Dillon Rodger, of Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentine. Left Argentina on 4th March 1941.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2624075/RODGER,%20THOMAS%20WALKER
     
178ROSS, Daniel  (Service No 1287295)A.C.2RAFVRNative of Bernal, Buenos Aires.  Killed on Active Service (instruction stage) 11th May 1941 (age 21) during the last German "blitz" of the Battle of Britain. Son of Alexander and Eveline Ross, of Bernal, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/). Left Argentina 1st July 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2928781/ROSS,%20DANIEL
     
179RUMBOLL, John Kitchener Plummer.  (Service No 137209)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 7 SqdnNative from Buenos Aires. Stirling crew at RAF Oakington. Missing in action 21st December 1942 in Stirling (BF358). Shot down over Vold-Vacon, France. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/). Left Argentina 26th October 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2940711/RUMBOLL,%20JOHN%20KITCHENER%20PLUMMER
     
180RUNNACLES, Ernest Ronald Maurice.  (Service No 118622)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 7 Sqdn. Native from Gral. Lavalle, Prov. Buenos Aires. Son of Maurice Arthur Runnacles and of Margaret Helen Runnacles (nee MacFarlane), of General Lavalle, Buenos Aires, Argentine. Ornithologist. 7 Squadron navigator at RAF Oakington. Killed in action, 11th September 1942 (age 28) in a Short Stirling Mark 1 (W7630) (MG-M). A German night fighter shot thr bomber down over Sittard, Netherlands. The Stirling had taken part in a bomber raid of 479 aircraft on Dusseldorf. Six of the eight crew members were killed. Left Argentina on 4th March 1941. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2646819/RUNNACLES,%20ERNEST%20RONALD%20MAURICE
     
181SADLER, Patrick Talbot Scott  (Service No 197967)Capt.Royal Armoured Corps. 22nd Dragoons. Killed on active service, Germany, 2nd May 1945 (age 35). Son of Robert and Ethel Sadler; husband of Vinnie Toni Sadler, of Horsham, Sussex.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2389827/SADLER,%20PATRICK%20TALBOT%20SCOTT
     
182SANDERS, Charles Robert  (Service No 64941)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 186 Sqdn.Native of Temperley. Killed on active service 13th Sept 1943 (age 26). Flying at low level over Shallock in Ayrshire, lost control of Hurricane Mark IV (KZ674) and crashed. Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Son of Charles and Agnes May Sanders, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Left Argentina 1st July 1940. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2455440/SANDERS,%20CHARLES%20ROBERT
     
183SANDERSON, Ian Campbell Miles  (Service No 77042)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 221 Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires; son of Thomas Sanderson and of Mary Rosaline Sanderson (nee Campbell), of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Killed on active service in an air accident 11th July 1941 (age27).http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2948931/SANDERSON,%20IAN%20CAMPBELL%20MILES
     
184SANDYS, John Frederick Kelly  (Service No J/4814)Pilot OfficerRCAF, 75 (R.N.Z.A.F.) Sqdn.Native from Buenos Aires. Missing in action on a mission over Kiel, flying Wellington ((X3585), 12th March 1942 (age 25). Employee of the Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Western & Midland Railways. Son of Frederick Robert Kelly Sandys and Beatrice Louisa Sandys, of Bellozanne, Jersey, Channel Islands. Left Argentina 27th September 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2940871/SANDYS,%20JOHN%20FREDERICK%20KELLY
     
185SAVA, Kiriacos PandeliAssistant CookSS StanburnDied at sea 27th October 1946. Left Argentina as member of crew s/s "Empire Envoy", 7th October 1944, later transfered to the S.S.Stanburn. On October 27th, 1946, whilst the STANBURN was steaming in ballast from Algiers to Sfax, the British cargo S/S Stanburn sank when striking a submerged object North of Kerkenna Bank, off the Tunisian coast.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2804967/SAVA,%20KYRIASOS%20PAMDELI%20H
     
186SCHALITZ, Ikey  (Service No S/14442231)Pvt.Royal Army Service CorpsNative of La Plata. Killed on active service, France, 9th October 1944 (age30). Son of Alec and Estella Schalitz; husband of Rose Schalitz, of La Plata, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentine.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2317423/SCHALITZ,%20IKEY
     
187SCOFFIELD, Ernest J. Woolerton  Central Argentine Railway. Taken from memorial now at The British Cemetery - Chacarita. Was previously at Retiro station. Member of the Rosario Athletic Club (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Club_Atl%C3%A9tico_del_Rosario)Not Found
     
188SENIOR, Edward Ronald  (Service No 107313)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 10 Sqdn.Native of Buenos Aires, went missing in action 21st June 1942 on a bombing mission over Emden flying a Halifax (BB201). Member of the Tigre Boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/) and of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/). Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)  http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2941127/SENIOR,%20EDWARD%20RONALD
     
189SHAW, Geoffrey Joseph  (Service No 156182)Capt.Royal Fusiliers (City of London Rgt.). attd. 2nd Bn. Argyll and Sutherland HighlandersSon of Lt. Max Joseph Shaw, The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt.), killed in action, France, 15th September, 1916, and Amy Regina Shaw, of St. John's Wood, London. B.A., Hons. (Oxon.). Killed on active service, Netherlands, 26th Spetember 1944 (age 31)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2081128/SHAW,%20GEOFFREY%20JOSEPH
     
190SMITH, LeslieCapt.Royal Artillery  
     
191SMITH, Thomas Wilton  (Service No 1379718)Warrant Officer (Pilot)RAFVR. 129 Sqdn.Native of Rosario, Santa Fé. Son of Edwin and Jessie Esther Smith, of Rosario de Santa Fe, Argentina. Died of serious injuries as a result of an air accident, 22nd December 1943 (age 24). Left Argentina 22nd August 1944.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2721964/SMITH,%20THOMAS%20WILTON
     
192SPANTON, Geoffrey Harold  (Service No 161487)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 157 Sqdn. Navigator at RAF Predannack.Native of Belgrano, Argentina. Son of Francis Osborn (Cannon) Spanton, and of Dorothy Blanche Spanton, of Westerham, Kent. Formerly St Saviour's Church, Belgrano. MIA 1st December 1943 (age 24) with a Mosquito (HJ656). The plane crashed after being hit by a Junkers 88 from the ZG.1, on patrol over the Vizcaya Gulf. Left Argentina 22nd August 1941. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1807708/SPANTON,%20GEOFFREY%20HAROLD
     
193SPREULL, William Harvey  (Service No 180320)Capt.Seaforth HighlandersSon of Maj. Andrew Spreull, D.S.O., T.D., D.L., M.R.C.V.S., and Effie Moncur Spreull, of Dundee. Died on active service, Tunisia, 6th April 1943 http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2183425/SPREULL,%20WILLIAM%20HARVEY
     
194SQUIRE, Walter George  (Service No 184057)Capt.Royal Electrical and Mechanical EngineersNative of Buenos Aires. Died on active service in Nigeria 26th January 1944 (age 27).  B.Sc. Son of Mrs. N. Squire, of Buenos Aires, Argentine.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2384343/SQUIRE,%20WALTER%20GEORGE
     
195STEVENS, Harold  (Service No 139415)Flying OfficerRAFVRNative of Buenos Aires. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Leslie Stevens; husband of Joan Edith Stevens, of Balneario Solis, Maldonado, Uruguay, of Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 9th September 1943 (age 32). His Avro Anson (LV152) collided against some cables and crashed on a beach in Trevor Point, Wales. Left Argentina 4th March 1941. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2716016/STEVENS,%20HAROLD
     
196STOCKS, John Malcolm Patrick  (Service No 186153)Capt.Royal Sussex Regiment. attd. 82nd Bn. West African Reconnaissance Regiment, R.W.A.F.F.Native of Buenos Aires. Killed on active service, Burma, 7th February 1945 . Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert Stocks, of Buenos Aires, Argentine. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2526246/STOCKS,%20JOHN%20MALCOLM%20PATRICK
     
197STOCKS, Thomas   DFM  (Service No 1028166)


Sgt.RAFVR. 156 Sqdn "Warboys". Wireless OperatorNative of Buenos Aires. Son of Edward and Hannah Stocks, of Doncaster, Yorkshire; husband of Muriel Stocks, of Doncaster. MIA 22nd November 1943 (age 25) in operations over Berlin. His Lancaster (JA984) crashed at Doberitz. Left Argentina 27th June 1940 http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1808066/STOCKS,%20THOMAS
     
198STOWER, John Gifford  (Service No 107520)

MID and 1939 -45 Star Aircrew Europe Star. War Medal 1939 -45 by virtue of his service in World War II

Flight Lieutenant Bomber PilotRCAF Sqdn 420 Waddington and RAF Sqdn 142 Grimsby Native from San Salvador de Jujuy. Shot down in his Wellington (BK278) (QT-C) by German flak on a night mission. POW at Stalag Luft III, was executed by the Gestapo under direct orders from Hitler 31st March 1944 along with 49 other escapees (The Great Escape). Went to Brighton College – England http://www.oldbrightonians.com/correspondence/old-brightonian-involved-in-1944-great-escape.htmlhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2194407/STOWER,%20JOHN%20GIFFORD
     
199SUMNER, Anthony John  LeCouteur  (Service No 125711)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 103 SqdnNative from Buenos Aires. KIA 26th November 1943. Shot down by flak over Berlin. Left Argentina 4th March 1941. Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2761153/SUMNER,%20ANTHONY%20JOHN
     
200SWORD, John Arthur   DFC  AFC (Service No 84698)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 115 Sqdn.Killed in action 7th May 1942 (age 23). His Wellington (X3591) was hit by German flak during operations over Stuttgart. He bailed out but his parachute failed to open. Son of Arthur and Margaret Sword, of Chivel Norton, Oxfordshire and of Estancia Buena Esperanza, Entre Rios (www.estanciabuenaesperanza.com); husband of Pauline Sword and father of John Sword, of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. B.A. (Cantab.). http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2032936/SWORD,%20JOHN%20ARTHUR
     
201SYME, John Quintain ThomasSub Lieut.RNVR. H.M.S. Pembroke.(Shore Base)Died of injuries Mount Vernon Hospital, England, 10th January 1945 (age 43). Left Argentina June 9th 1943. Son of William Smith Syme and Blanche Jenkinson Syme, of Glasgow; husband of Irene Syme, of Fensa, Argentina. B.A. (Cantab.).http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2456200/SYME,%20JOHN%20QUINTAIN%20THOMAS
     
202TAYLOR, Alexander Miller Wylie (Service No 3065759)Cpl.Royal Scots. 8th Bn.Native of Buenos Aires. Killed on Active Service Netherlands 13th November 1944 (age 24).Son of John McGarvie Taylor and Ellen Campbell Taylor, of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2766348/TAYLOR,%20ALEXANDER%20MILLER%20WYLIE
     
203THOMPSON, Bastian MaitlandWing CommanderRAFVRFlew Beaufighters; died when driving under the influence of alcohol July 28th 1945. Brother lives in San Luis. In the UK at the outbreak of the war. 
     
204TRAILL, Anthony (Service No 101523)Sqdn. LeaderRAFVR. 45 Sqdn.Native of Traill, Santa Fé. Killed near Gauhati, India by intense Japanese antiaircraft fire on 27th January 1944 (age 25)Son of Joseph Edmund and Eileen Edith Audrey Traill, of Traill, Argentine.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2222515/TRAILL,%20ANTHONY
     
205TRAILL, James Robert  (Service No 64942)Flight Lieut.RAFVR. 201 Sqdn.Native of Argentina. Killed in action 31st July 1942. His Sunderland had taken off from Castle Archdale and appeared without warning and was shot down by friendly AA fire from HMS Hawkins in poor visibility while escorting convoy WS21 at 10:25 hrs. HMS Ledbury was immediately on the scene and rescued Sgt Wheatley - the only survivor. They were escorting shipping into the Clyde Approaches that had been joining what was to become Convoy WS21 in a few days time. Crew of 201 Sqn Sunderland W4025,killed: Rank Name Service: F/Lt. James Robert Traill, RAF F/Lt. Walter Harry Wakefield, RAF P/O. John Allen. RAF F/Sgt. James Andrew Collins, RAF F/Sgt. Maurice John Tomley, RAF Sgt. William Bluck, RAF Sgt. John Robert Goodings, RAF Sgt. Harry Scarce, RAF Sgt. Norman Williams. RAF. Sgt. Clifford Gurnet Fort, RAAF. Sgt. Vivian Lewis. RAAF.Son of John Arthur Edward and Henrietta Margaret Traill, of Putney, London; husband of Greta Noel Traill (nee Lindley). Left Argentina 25th June 1940.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1808983/TRAILL,%20JAMES%20ROBERT
     
206TRAILL, Richmond. Campbell Shakespear. (Service No 124700)2nd Lieut.Royal Artillery. 1 Field Regt.Native of Argentina. Died on Active Service, Eritrea, 3rd March 1941 (age 26). Son of Robert William and Evelyn Frances Traill, of Bedford.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2272623/TRAILL,%20RICHMOND%20CAMBELL%20SHAKESPEAR
     
207TRAILL, Robert Alfred Edmund (Service No 36018)  Mentioned in DespatchesSqdn. LeaderRAF Native of Argentina. Killed on Active Service 12th March 1941 (age 27). Son of Robert William and Evelyn Francis Traill; husband of Elizabeth Vanda Traill, of Bedford. Mentioned in Despatcheshttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2709823/TRAILL,%20ROBERT%20ALFRED%20EDMUND
     
208TREGEA, James Richard (Service No 104371)Pilot OfficerRAFVR. 101 SqdnNative of San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina. Missing in action on 9th July 1942 (age 20) in a Wellington bomber.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1809004/TREGEA,%20JAMES%20RICHARD
     
209TRERY, Charles Ronald  (Service No J/13065)Flight Lieut.RCAFVR, 272 Sqdn (Pilot)Native from Hurlingham. Missing in action, Malta, 2nd August 1943 (age 21). His Beaufighter crashed at sea for unknown reasons, two miles east from Prevez, Greece. Son of Leone Ernestine Helene and Charles Herbert Trery, Engineer's Department, Buenos Ayres & Pacific Railway, of O'Higgins 567, Hurlingham, Argentina. Left Argentina 7th September 1941. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1533451/TRERY,%20CHARLES%20RONALD
     
210TURNBULL, William  (Service No 1377372)Sgt. W.Op./Air Gnr.RAFVR. 114 Sqdn.Native from Belgrano. Killed in action 19th September 1943 (age 30). His Douglas Boston crashed for unknown reasons, Naples, Italy. Son of William and Harriet A. A. Turnbull of Belgrano. Left Argentina 23rd July 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2240184/TURNBULL,%20WILLIAM
     
211TYRRELL, Robert Cecil  (Service No 1260229)Sgt.RAFVR, 40 Sqdn.Killed in action 15th October 1941 (age 23). His Wellington (X9926) was shot down by a Bf110 over Durnbach en route to Nuremberg. Employee of the Central Argentine Railway. (son of John William Charles Tyrrell and Marion Garrett Tyrrell. J.W.C.Tyrrell was Carriage & Wagon Works manager, FCCA, Rosario, b. 18/01/1884, died B.A. Feb 1952; Marian Tyrrell born 13/03/1888, died B.A. 25/08/1975).http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2103366/TYRRELL,%20ROBERT%20CECIL
     
212UDNY-LISTER, Thomas Edward  (Service No J/7821)F/ORCAFSon of Marian Udny Lister, of Buenos Aires, Argentine. Died in an accident flying with an Oxford I on 10th September 1943 - DF262 - 3 (P) AFU (Pilots - Advanced Flying Unit) - dived into the ground at night Dean Farm, Haltherop, near Southrop. There were THREE fatal casualties in this accident. (Age 29)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2691777/UDNY%20LISTER,%20THOMAS%20EDWARD
     
213UPTON, Harold Edward (Service No 2828220)Cpl.Seaforth HighlandersKilled on Active Service, Burma 6th April 1944 (age 33) Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2527810/UPTON,%20HAROLD%20EDWARD
     
214VENN, Henry Albert Lieut.RNVR. H.M.S. Copra.Killed on Active Service HMS Copra (age 29). Son of Vivian and Maria Esther Venn, of Quilmes, F.C.S., Argentina. Member Tigre boat Club (http://www.tigreboatclub.org.ar/). Educated at St Andrew's Scots School. (www.sanandres.esc.edu.ar/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2341641/VENN,%20HENRY%20ALBERT
     
215WALLIS, Stanley George  (Service No 120342)Flying OfficerRAFVR. 217 Sqdn.Resident of Lomas de Zamora. Missing on active service, Trincomalee, Ceylon, 26th August 1943. His Beaufort Mk I (DW938) crashed at sea as a result of structural failure during a training flight at Trincomalee, Northwest of Ceylon. Left Argentina 13th April 1943. Roll of Honour in the Holy Trinity Church, Lomas de Zamora also Commemorated in the central stained glass window of the chapel in the Lavallol Cemeteryhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1816521/WALLIS,%20STANLEY%20GEORGE
     
216WATT, James Stanley   DFC  DSO  (Service No 110643)Flight Lieut.RAFVR, 7 SqdnNative from Cordoba, permanent resident of Buenos Aires. Missing in action 22nd June 1943 (age 21). His Stirling Mk III (R9272) was shot down by Hauptman Walter Millius from NJG3 flying a Bf110. The bomber crashed into the Tzandt Woods near Alphen village in Gilze Rijen, Netherlands. It is presumed that his body has been buried as NN (the remains of the bomber were found in 2004). Son of Charles Alexander Morgan Watt and of Hattie Burdell Watt (nee Benitz), of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Left Argentina 29th January 1941. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1809803/WATT,%20JAMES%20STANLEY
 
217WATT, P McGregor  (Service No 16257)Squadron LeaderRAF.  49 Sqdn. (Pilot)Killed in action 23rd November 1939. Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2358790/WATT,%20P%20McGREGOR
     
218WAUD, George Stanley  (Service No 146274V)Cpl.Witwatersrand Rifles/Regiment de la Rey, S.A. ForcesDied in Egypt 7th March 1944 http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2210104/WAUD,%20GEORGE%20S
     
219WEBSTER, John Stafford  (Service No 1290450)A.C.2RAFVR, 36 Sqdn.Died in Indonesia 28th May 1943 http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2172198/WEBSTER,%20JOHN%20STAFFORD
     
220WELCH, John Ralph Stanley  (Service No 295461)Lieut.Royal Armoured Corps, 141st (7th Bn. The Buffs [Royal East Kent Regt.] Regt.Son of Ralph Stanley Welch and Kathleen Welch, of Las Tijeras, Las Rosas, F.C.C.A., Argentine. Died France 18th July 1944 (age 24)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2062127/WELCH,%20JOHN%20RALPH%20STANLEY
     
221WESTLEY, Guy Napier  (Service No 180302)Lieut.York & Lancashire Regt. attd. 1st Bn. Hampshire RegimentSon of William Arthur and Lillian Victoria Westley, of Olivos, F.C.C.A., Argentina. Died France 6th June 1944 (age 25). Member of the Buenos Aires Cricket and Rugby Club.  (http://www.bacrc.com/)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2045656/WESTLEY,%20GUY%20NAPIER
     
222WHEELER, A. Brian   DFC & Bar  (Service No J/4813)Wing CommanderRCAF, 88 (R.A.F.) SqdnSon of Arthur Leslie and Dorothy Maud Wheeler, of Marton, Wellington, New Zealand; husband of Evelyn Margaret (Peggie) Wheeler, of Marton. Died 15th Feb 1944 (age 28)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2846109/WHEELER,%20ARTHUR%20BRIAN
     
223WILLANS, Thomas Blair2nd OfficerAir Transport Auxiliary. Ferry unit 41Native from Carlos Pellegrini, Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 12th January 1945 (age 41). Died from his injuries when his Wellington (PF986) from Pool 3FPP was hit whilst parked at Dumfries by Anson LV219 of 10 OAFU which overshot the runway. Son of Richard Harte Keatinge Willans and Georgina Blois Willans; husband of Daphne Willans, of Carlos Pellegrini, Argentina. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2421663/WILLANS,%20THOMAS%20BLAIR
     
224WILLIAMS, Paul Charles  (Service No 150609)Flying OfficerRAFVR, 298 Sqdn.Native of Villa Valeria, Cordoba. Killed on active service 27th March 1945 (age 21). Son of Donald Williams and of Evelyn May Williams (nee Gardom), of Villa Valeria, Argentina. Left Argentina 28th September 1939.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2929456/WILLIAMS,%20PAUL%20CHARLES
     
225WOOD, Derek Anson  (Service No 1065432)SergeantRAFVR, 207 Sqdn.Permanent resident of Buenos Aires. Killed on active service 28th March 1942 (age 21). He was co-piloting a Lancaster Mk I (R5501) when they collided with a Miles Master which was on a training flight over Canwick Hill, Lincolnshire. There were no survivors. Son of Ernest Henry Wood and of Mabel Wilkie Wood (nee Simons), of Montevideo, Uruguay.  Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2358692/WOOD,%20DEREK%20ANSON
     
226WOOD, Geoffrey Walter   DFM  (Service No 1810692)Flight Sgt.RAFVR, 97 Sqdn. (Air Gunner)Killed in action 21st February 1944 (age 33). Son of George H. Wood and V. R. Sylvia Wood, of Newbury, Berkshire. Left Argentina 31st August 1942http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2651685/WOOD,%20GEOFFREY%20WALTER
     
227WOOD, Thomas George  (Service No 1378419)Flight Sgt.RAFVR, 162 Sqdn. (Air Gunner)Native from Gral Pinto, Province of Buenos Aires. Missing in action, Egypt, 2nd July 1942 (age 22). Son of Thomas and Kathleen Graham Wood, of Buenos Aires, Argentine.  Educated at St George's College – Quilmes - Argentina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George's_College,_Quilmes)http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1283109/WOOD,%20THOMAS%20GEORGE
     
228WORSLEY, Arthur Lesley  (Service No 130162)Pilot OfficerRAFVR,  RAF Dishforth. 425 (R.C.A.F.) Sqdn.Native from Rosario. Missing in action 7th February 1943 (age 22). His Wellington didn't return from a mine laying operation over the Nectarines I area (Frisian Islands off the coasts of Holland, Germany and Denmark). Employee of the Central Argentine Railway.(son of Agnes Elizabeth and William Worsley, Joint Chief Traffic Controller, Central Argentine Railway, Rosario). Left Argentina 18th June 1940http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1532103/WORSLEY,%20ARTHUR%20LESLEY
     
229WYLLIE, Charles John  (Service No R/74287)Warrant OfficerRCAF, 53 (R.A.F.) SqdnKilled in action 8th May 1942 (age 20). His Lockheed Hudson was shot down over the Netherlands. Son of Charles John and Helen R. Mackenzie Wyllie, of Duggan, Argentine Republic. http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2034545/WYLLIE,%20CHARLES%20JOHN
     
WOMEN VOLUNTEERS    
     
230BECK Ane Alice (Annie) Civilian War DeadOf 58 Selbourne Street, Attercliffe. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attercliffe) Wife of John Beck. Died at 48 Selbourne Street on 15th Dec 1942 (age 65) in a bombing raid.  Reporting authority SHEFFIELD, COUNTY BOROUGHhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3158615/BECK,%20ANN%20ALICE
     
231BILLSON, MarjorieNursing ServiceDied on Service  
     
232BOTHAM, DorothyNurse Brit. HospitalCivilian War Dead.  S.S.Avila StarDied at sea 5/07/1942 (age 34) when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. S.S.Avila Star.was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. Forty five crew and 17 passengers were lost.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167622/BOTHAM,%20DOROTHY
     
233FRAZER, Norah Helen Civilian War Dead.  S.S.Avila StarDied at sea 5/07/1942 (age 23) when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. The S.S.Avila Star was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. Forty five crew and 17 passengers were lost. Daughter of John and Helen Frazer, of Estancia La Colmena, Puerto San Julian (Patagonia), Santa Cruz, Argentina.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167627/FRAZER,%20THELMA%20NORAH
     
234JENNINGS, Marcelina Civilian War Dead.  S.S. VaalarenDied at sea 5th Apr 1943 (age 26). The S.S.Vaalaren (a Swedish Motor Vessel) was part of the convoy HX231 crossing the North Atlantic on her return voyage to England when she was torpedoed by the U-229 off the South Coast of Greenlandhttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3168738/JENNINGS,%20MARCELINA
     
235JENNINGS, Iris Mabel Civilian War Dead  
     
236JUNG, Penelope Kathleen (Paddy)  (Service No 2149793)Aircraftwoman 2nd ClassWAAFDaughter of H. Francis Jung and of Rosalynd Annie Jung (nee Smithe), of Castelar, F.C. Oeste, Argentina. Died suddenly of Uremia at Victoria Hospital, Blackpool, England, 11th Dec 1943 (age 21). Left Argentina May 26th 1943http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2697662/JUNG,%20PENELOPE%20KATHLEEN%20(PADDY)
     
237SUTTON, Phyllis Edith Civilian War Dead.  S.S.Avila StarDied at sea 5/07/1942  (age 34) when torpedoed by the German Submarine U-201, NE of the Azores, in position 38.04N, 22.48W [16]. The S.S.Avila Star  was on a voyage from Buenos Aires to Freetown, Sierra Leone with a cargo of 5,659 tons of frozen meat. Forty five crew and 17 passengers were lost. Daughter of Edith Maude Sutton, of Navarro 4145, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and of the late Harry William Sutton.http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/3167634/SUTTON,%20PHYLLIS%20EDITH
     
     
Of the many civilians of the Commonwealth whose deaths were due to enemy action in the 1939-1945 War, the names of some 67,092 are commemorated in the Civilian War Dead Roll of Honour, located near St. George's Chapel in Westminster Abbey, London. 
     
This list would not have been possible without the invaluable help of: 
Sylvester Damus - Railway Historian - author of "Who was Who in Argentine Railways 1860 - 1960", ISBN 978-0-9811096-0-2 e-mail:rsd@diaagency.ca
Claudio Meunier - Aviation Historian - author of "Wings of Thunder"; "Nacidos con Honor"; "Del Infierno a la Victoria" http://www.firmesvolamos.com.ar/ 
Other sources: Records of the Royal British Legion (Buenos Aires Branch) and St Andrew's University Libarary - Punta Chica 
Copyright © British Cemetery Corporation of Buenos Aires  
E-Mail: royalbritishlegion@gmail.com   
 
Total casualties World War I:     530 
 
Total casualties World War II:   237 
 
TOTAL CASUALTIES FROM ARGENTINA IN BOTH WARS: 767