BRENTON, KENNETH STICKNEY

Birthdate
Birthplace
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Age
28
Parents
Son of Thomas Stickney and May Swayne Brenton of Omemee, Ontario, Canada
Religion
United Church
Occupation
Student
Service number
J/38742
Engagement
1942-08-20, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Disembarked
1944-03-14, United Kingdom
Date of death
1945-03-16
Died
France, Killed in action
Force
Regiment (Fallen buddies)
Awards
Royal Canadian Air Force
Plot 11 | Row G | Grave 7

"NOT UNTO DEATH BUT LIFE EVERLASTING"

Military grave
Additional info

Service number before becoming an Officer R/188144.

Royal Canadian Air Force, 409 Squadron, Navigator.

Awarded the Navigators Badge on November 26, 1943.

His older brother Flying Officer Edwin Sawyne Brenton J/7466 was with the 31 R.A.F. Squadron. On August 15, 1943 he failed to return. The Dakota FD838 took off from Dinjan, India at 1310 hrs that day on a supply dropping mission over Alana Dunaku, India area and had been reported missing. His name is listed at Singapore Memorial.

Mosquito XIII HK382:
During a test flight the aircraft control was lost. It dived down and crashed at Annoeullin, France somewhere around 1440 hrs. 

LONG, Richard Hartley Flying Officer (Pilot) J/19116 was also killed during the crash.

F/O. Kenneth Stickney Brenton, F/O. Richard Hartley Long
Crew: L-R: F/O. Kenneth Stickney Brenton, F/O. Richard Hartley Long
Credits: Aircrewremembered / Kit Kennard
Mosquito XIII HK382 RCAF
Mosquito XIII HK382,  RCAF
Credits: Aircrewremembered / Kit Kennard
BRENTON, KENNETH STICKNEY
BRENTON, Kenneth Stickney