1318882, Flight Sergeant (Pilot), Alan Sidney WOODBRIDGE
Aged 23

1651 Heavy Conversion Unit, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Died on Friday, 18th August 1944

Alan Sidney WOODBRIDGE was born on 15th August 1921 (Barnet Q3-1921 3A:775), son of Sidney Henry and Lilian WOODBRIDGE (née KNIBB)

In the 1939 register, an estate agent/auctioneer's clerk, he was at "Cingalee", Oakhurst Avenue, East Barnet with his mother Lilian [28-9-1887 and invalid sister Joan E [1-3-1916]. His father has not been identified.

1651 Heavy Conversion Unit was moved to RAF Wratting Common in November 1943, until 1st November 1944. They were equiped with Short Stirling bombers, later replaced by Lancasters.

Alan Woodbridge is buried in Up Natley (St Stephen) Churchyard, Hampshire

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