Malvern College Second World War Casualty

W/Cdr. Jeffrey MacDougall D.F.C.

House and time at Malvern: 9, 1925 - 1930.

Regiment: R.A.F..
Died: 11 December 1942 aged 31 in . Died on active service.
Cemetery: Reading Crematorium Panel 2.

Son of R. C. MacDougall, Enborne Grange, Newbury, Berks.
Army I. School Prefect. C.XL. Boxing Cols.
Sandhurst (Boxing Capt.).
Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry.
British Isles Pentathlon at Los Angeles 1932. Army officers (India) L. Weight (33), Feather-Weight (34) Champion.
Husband of J. M. McDougall, of Newbury, Berkshire.
2nd Gt. War, W/Cdr., R.A.F. D.F.C. Died on active service, December 1942.

The KING has been graciously pleased to approve the following awards, in recognition of gallantry displayed in flying operations against the enemy:— Awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. Squadron Leader Jeffrey McDougall (25059), No. 110 Squadron.

In 1939, 110 Squadron was posted to Wattisham and On 4 September 1939 Nos. 110 and 107 Squadron led the first RAF raid of the war against Wilhelmshaven. The squadron flew Bristol Blenheim bombers and was mainly involved in anti-shipping strikes during the early part of the war, before being posted to India in March 1942.
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