CAMPBELL-ROGERS, P.O. Leonard Hercules

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CAMPBELL-ROGERS, P.O. Leonard Hercules

Campbell, Leo

Died on June 27, 1941 – over Europe age 25

Service Number: J/3274

Son of Thomas and Lena Campbell-Rogers. Husband of Freda Campbell-Rogers, of Toronto, Ontario.

 Cemetery:  RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL Surrey, United Kingdom

Some confusion as to cause of death. Newspapers indicate he was a POW.

Runnymede Memorial

During the Second World War more than 116,000 men and women of the Air Forces of the British Commonwealth gave their lives in service. More than 17,000 of these were members of the Royal Canadian Air Force, or Canadians serving with the Royal Air Force. Approximately one-third of all who died have no known grave. Of these, 20,450 are commemorated by name on the Runnymede Memorial, which is situated at Englefield Green, near Egham, 32 kilometres by road west of London.

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