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Hammond, Henry Lloyd (Lieutenant)

Killed in Action 1918-August-04

Birth Date: unkown date (age 23)

Born: Woodhouse Township, Port Dover, Ontario

George Hammond & Sarah Elizabeth Burch.

Roselin Kenney, married Toronto, 1917.

Home: Woodhouse Township, Port Dover, Ontario

Enlistment: Simcoe, Ontario: Lieut., 133rd Btn., CEF

Enlistment Date: 1916-01-01

215 (B) Sqn- Squadron (RAF)
Surgite Nox Adest (Arise night is at hand)
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1918-08-04: Handley Page O/400 D-4567 took off from Alquines at 23:50 on a mission to bomb Fives railway station, which was behind German lines. Lt Hammond was the pilot and the two other crew were Serjeant [gunner] Henry Thomas Pheby (British) and navigator 2nd Lt Wilfred Henry Brinkworth (British). Lt Hammond was classed as Missing in Action, whilst Pheby and Brinkworth were listed as Killed in Action. On 1918-08-04 Lt Hammond was amended to Missing in Action, presumed killed, two days before his 24th birthday.

Canada Source Canadian Virtual War Memorial

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Lieutenant Henry Lloyd Hammond has no known grave.

215 (B) Sqn- Squadron (RAF) Surgite Nox Adest

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