PILOT OFFICER JACK TURNBULL
460 SQUADRON RAAF

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Subject:    460 Squadron
Date:             Fri, 24 Jul 1998 13:00:20 -0400
From:           Stephen and Karen Karner <karner@ibm.net>

Reply-To:      slk@barre.mit.edu
CC:              kkarner@goplay.com

Dear Peter,

Firstly let me commend you on a fabulous web page.

I am researching my family history and you have helped me with information regarding my 1st cousin twice removed Jack Turnbull who was a pilot officer with the 460 Squadron, killed on 18 Oct 1943 over Hanover.

I did not know until I found your page that he was in this squadron and now I am extremely interested to find out any information I can about him. In particular I would like to know which aircraft he was the captain of.

Regards
Karen Karner

 


 

Subject:    Some Updates
Date:             Thu, 27 Apr 2000 08:26:02 -0700
From:            
Michael Nelmes

Hello Karen & Peter

You were after details of Jack Turnbull and his aircraft. On 18 October 1943 he was flying Lancaster ED985 "C(2) for Charlie".

In case you haven't seen his entry in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission debt of honour register (www.cwgc.org), here it is:

In Memory of
JACK TURNBULL
Pilot Officer
416809
Royal Australian Air Force
who died on
Monday, 18th October 1943. Age 22.

Son of John Joshua and Ellen Caroline Turnbull, of Dulwich, South Australia.

Cemetery: HANOVER WAR CEMETERY, Germany
Grave Reference/ Panel Number: 8. F. 1.

Regards

Mike Nelmes
AWM

 

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