DOUGLAS, GLENN THOMAS

Birthdate
Birthplace
London, Ontario, Canada
Age
19
Parents
Son of William John and Jessie Joan Douglas of London, Ontario, Canada
Religion
Reorganized Latter Day Saints
Occupation
Broocher
Service number
J/94225
Engagement
1943-04-07, London, Ontario, Canada
Overseas
1944-1-31, United Kingdom
Date of death
1944-07-21
Died
Belgium, Killed in action
Force
Awards
Royal Canadian Air Force
Plot 11 | Row G | Grave 1

"A SCOUTMASTER. HE ENDEAVOURED TO DIRECT YOUTH INTO A MORE USEFUL LIFE"

Military grave
Additional info

 

Service number before becoming an Officer R/220695.

Awarded the Air Gunner badge on November 26, 1943.

Assigned to the 101 (R.A.F.) Squadron on June 24, 1944

Promote to the rank of Pilot Officer on July 19, 1944.

Lancaster I LL862 SR-K, 101 (R.A.F.) Squadron took part in a raid on Moers/Homberg, Germany. The aircraft was according to German documents shot down by FLAK near Bissegem (area of Kortrijk), Belgium.

Pilot Officer Daniel Lewis Walter Meier J/86655 (Pilot) Royal Canadian Air Force. PoW No: 6956 Camp: Stalag Luft Sagan and Belaria, Poland. Died January 1977.

Sergeant Ian Henry Milne Reid 1293545 (Flight Engineer) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Cambrai Communal Cemetery, France.


Pilot Officer Dominic Ianuziello J/9105 (Navigator) Royal Canadian Air Force.


Sergeant Lowell Kennedy Gwilliam R/181002 Royal Canadian Air Force. Evaded. Died October 1965.


Pilot Officer Jack Elwin McIntosh Nixon J/91096 (Wireless Operator/ Air Gunner) Royal Canadian Air Force. Cambrai Communal Cemetery, France.


Pilot Officer Keith Gosling 176529 (Specialist Operator) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Cambrai Communal Cemetery, France.


Pilot Officer Ernest Elroy Boyle J/91059 (Air Gunner) Royal Canadian Air Force.


Pilot Officer Glenn Thomas Douglas J/94225 (Air Gunner) Royal Canadian Air Force.

DOUGLAS, GLENN THOMAS
Glenn Thomas DOUGLAS