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Frederick Arthur Ellis (my Father)

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Ian Report 4 Aug 2020 21:04

DOB. 9 July 1921
DOD. 21 December 1978
Married to Gladys Clark Scott 21 June 1944 in Dundee.
What I and one of my sons would like to know is to find him in the war, the only things that we have are that he joined the RAF Regt, was a rear gunner in possibly in a Halifax bomber.
Hopefully some kind person can shine a light for us. Thankyou so much.


ArgyllGran Report 4 Aug 2020 21:22

"Use this guide for advice on how to find records of airmen and officers of the Royal Air Force (RAF). These are predominantly records of service prior to 1939.

RAF service records created since the beginning of the Second World War remain in the custody of the Ministry of Defence and are accessible only to the service personnel themselves or their next of kin. Consult GOV.UK to find out more."

Instructions re obtaining records here:


ErikaH Report 5 Aug 2020 08:57

The records will cost £30.00 and take several months to arrive

You may be asked to provide a copy of his death cert and to prove your relationship


PatinCyprus Report 5 Aug 2020 10:11

RAF Regiment Association