Sergeant 1484092 Royal Air Force
Volunteer Reserve 9 Sqdn.
Killed in Action 18 Jan 1943 : Aged 20
Runnymede Memorial - Panel 160
Sergeant 1484092 Bernard Naylor was born Q2 1922. Parents Riddings marriage 30th July 1904 between Derbyshire coal miner Mr George John Naylor and Miss Betsy Jane Platts provided first family home in Woodhouse Lane, Skegby, Notts. Move into 44 George Street, Huthwaite partly adds family listing when headed 1939 by father bn 1878. Mrs Betsy Jane Naylor bn 1885 had mothered George Joseph 1905, Frances Edna 1907, Bertha May 1910, Winifred 1913, Annie 1920 and Bernard 1922.
Sergeant 1484092 Bernard Naylor served WW2 Royal Air Force 9 Squadron Volunteer Reserve. Role of navigator crewing Avro Lancaster ED436 took off 1650hrs from Waddington on 17th January 1942 aiming for Berlin. Non returned. Officially dating all killed in action on the 18th January 1942, Bernard was aged 20.
Airmen crewing Avro Lancaster 1
Serial No. ED436 : Mark WS-G
Chilvers J G B (Sgt)
Haslam C B (F/O)
Jones T W (Sgt)
Lacasse F M (F/S)
McCabe A (Sgt)
Naylor B (Sgt)
Whiteside L (Sgt)