Malvern College Second World War Casualty

P/O. Cecil Harold Gwynne Davies

House and time at Malvern: 2, 1927 - 1930.

Regiment: R.A.F..
Died: 04 April 1943 aged 29 in Germany. Missing, presumed killed in action.
Battle: Bomber Command. Cemetery: Kiel War Cemetery 1. E. 4.

Son of Archibald and Olive Davies, 47 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, W2.
In business. Heating Engineer (Graduate).
Husband of Ellen Margrethe Davies, of Westminster, London.

156 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
The squadron flew Wellington bombers, and it became one of the original pathfinder squadrons, converting to Lancasters in January 1943.

He was the Pilot on Lancaster plane W4850 which was shot down on a bombing raid to Kiel.
Squadron diary: AIR-27_1041_30