Flt.-Sgt John Morris Missing (July 1944)



Flt.-Sgt John Morris Missing (July 1944)


Flt.-Sgt John Morris Missing

Flt. Sgt, John Morris, 21, is missing following air operations on July 5, according to a telegram received Sunday by his wife, 28 Colborne street. The telegram said that further information would follow when available.
Flt.-Sgt. Morris was a member of crews chosen to fly Canadian built Lancaster bombers on their first operational missions and he was a member of the RCAF’s famous “Moose” squadron, according to an air force news story released June 30 last.
Enlisting in the RCAF in October … he had been overseas since July 1943. On July 3, 1943 … [married] Beth Walker, who re- … her parents. In was on … taking place two days … wedding anniversary … ssing from. In a letter … quite a while ago … that he had been on …[operational] flights over [enemy territory].
… educated in Brantford … employed at Galt Metal In … when he joined the air [force] June 1943 he received … as an air gunner at [Mont Joli], Que. Flt.-Sgt Morris [is] 22 years of age next month.





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