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Leslie George Flynn

Flying Officer 128613 (Wireless Operator / Air Gunner) 218 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Died 25 June 1943 aged 35
Remembered on Ash War Memorial
Buried in Rheinberg War Cemetery Germany

Leslie was born in 1907, the son of Pierce Eustace and Alice Maud Flynn. His father had been a Band Sergeant when his parents were married in 1899 and was an army canteen manager in the barracks at Farnborough at the time of the 1911 census.

Electoral registers record that the family lived at 1 Blythewood Villas Lysons Avenue 1918-1945.

In September 1944 probate was granted to Leslieís mother Alice Maud Flynn, widow, and his address was given as Blythewood Lysons Avenue Ash Vale. His effects were valued at £828 14s.

Leslieís brother AE (Albert Eustace) Flynn wrote to Ash Parish Council to say that Leslie Flynn had been killed in action over Germany on the night of 24/25 June 1943.

Leslieís parents are buried at St Peterís Frimley.

Ash Second World War Roll of Honour

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