Row 28, Grave 1
Information: Washed up, near Wijnaldum. No form of any kind of ID on the
Row 28, Grave 2
Information: Washed up near Sexbierum. First buried as Airgunner/WO K. Baks
446100, this was later changed to unknown. AG badge on uniform. number of photographs, which suggest he might came from Liverpool.
Believe to be Flight Sergeant F.J. Golightly of Wellington R1349- FQ- 12 OTU who's plane crashed on 25/2 june 1943 at the Waddenzee 5km south-east of De Kooy.
Research by Rebecca Black
Washed up: 29-01-1944
Row 29, Grave 3
Information: Washed up at Roptazijl near Pietersbierum. No ID TAGs
or any form of ID on the body. Just a sigarrete case and wallet with some money. According to Germans he was a Air gunner.
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