AC1 Francis Hugh Turrell was killed during the bombing raids on RAF Kenley on 18th August, 1940 - the Battle of Britain's "Hardest Day". He was laid to rest in St. Luke's churchyard, Whyteleafe, on 26th August, 1940.
Roy Tapner was killed during the Luftwaffe bombing raids on RAF Kenley on 18th August, 1940 - the Battle of Britain's "Hardest Day".
Claude Malcolm Yorke was killed at RAF Kenley on 18th August, 1940, during the bombing raids of "The Hardest Day".
George Henry Malivoire died in Redhill Hospital as a result of wounds sustained during the bombing raids on RAF Kenley on 18th August, 1940, the Battle of Britain's "Hardest Day".
On 22nd November, 1926, No.24 squadron tragically lost two of its officers in a flying accident at 1.30pm, when their DH9A, serial number 7310, stalled on take-off from Kenley.
On 30th September 1931, the tricky Bristol Bulldog claimed a life when No.23 squadron's Pilot Officer Noel Arthur Ireland failed to recover from a spin while practicing aerobatics.
Arnold, known as "Mick", was born on 9th December, 1919. He was the son of William and Emily McNeil (nee Burgess), of New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand.
Arthur Dumbell Smith was a long-standing member of No.66 Squadron. He hailed from Forest Gate, London, and was born on 3rd April 1918, the son of Charles H. Smith and Constance Isabel Dumbell.
Eric met his end in a flying accident, on 16th May, 1941, while serving with No.258 Squadron at Kenley. His Hurricane Mk.II, Z2589, dived into the ground near Lingfield, Surrey.
James was the son of Patrick and Annie Burke (nee Maher) of Temuka, Canterbury, New Zealand.
On 18th August, the "Hardest Day", Peter was shot down by a Messerschmitt Bf109 of Fighter Geschwader 3, near Kenley at 1.23pm. It was only his eighth sortie. Tragically, in apparently trying to avoid some houses, his Hurricane Mk.I (P2768) crashed onto Morden Park Golf Course and he was killed.
Albín was born in Prague on 21st August, 1919. He was the son of MUDr. Albína Nasswettera, the local doctor in Dolan, Olomouc, where Albin was brought up.
Harry Cyril Grove was the son of Albert George and Alice Maud Grove, of Herne Hill, London.
David Malyon Russell was the son of John and Beatrice Hawes Russell. He left behind a wife, Violet Ada Russell (nee Surridge), of Manurewa, Auckland.
Raymond Arthur Holwood was the first Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) officer to assume command of an RAF squadron during World War II.