Wellington NC607 crashed at Kloosterhof, Maasniel (now part of Roermond).
Killed: F/O Lowrie, F/O Hill, F/O Turner and Sgt Ranger.
Prisoners-of-War: F/O Booth and F/Sgt Broad.
Commonwealth War Graves Roermond
Kapel in ’t Zand Public Cemetery, Weg langs Het Kerkhof, Roermond
It is here that Flying-Officer John William Lowrie lies, aged 22,
(his grave beside the tree)
beside him his fellow-crew members
Flying-Officer G. Hill (aged 34) and Flying-Officer J. K. Turner (aged 23)
and Six RAF Comrades.
Sergeant W. E. Ranger (aged 22) is buried at Venray War Cemetery
Here dead we lie
Life, to be sure,
[A. E. Housman
Index | DFC | 103 Squadron | 140 Squadron | 69 Squadron | Roermond Grave | Friendship |
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Peenemunde 17 August 1943 | Peenemunde 2