Lindsay Stuart AWMM
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Medals and Awards
- Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) AWMM
- DFC awarded in late 1944, citation reads:
"This officer has participated in a large number of sorties, including attacks on barges, locomotives and road transport. He has displayed commendable skill and courage and throughout has set a fine example of devotion to duty". Public - Kelvin - Researcher - 8 November 2017 - http://aircrewremembered.com/black-lindsay-stuart.html
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Lindsay Black was the son of Charles Stuart and Florence Maud Black, of Levin, Wellington, New Zealand. AWMM
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Lindsay Stuart Black
On the 3rd August 1942, a Dornier Do 217E-4 Wnr.1225 (U5 + AD) from Stab III/Kampfgeschwader was bombing Wellingborough, Northants. It was in turn attacked by F/Lt Lindsay Black (RNZAF) in a Spitfire Vb of No.485 Squadron and shot down. The aircraft crashed near Cranford, a small village on the outskirts of Kettering, killing all four crew members. Uffz Eugen Beyerer, Uffz Erich Huwald, Uffz Zerak and Gefr Frisch all now lie in the Deutsche Soldatenfriedhof Cannock Chase: Block 9. Row 6. Grave 35.
Public - Godfrey - Researcher - 31 January 2016
|08 November 2017||Kelvin||Norfolk, England||Researcher||
|31 January 2016||Godfrey||Kettering Northamptonshire England||Researcher||
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