Grave: 21. A. 9.Isolated Burial
A standard Commonwealth Grave Commission (CWGC) inscribed gravestone.
Pilot Officer Roy N. Stout was born on October 16, 1916 in Missouri. He joined Royal Air Force Resrve (RAFVR,) assigned to 133S member of B flight.
En Route to Eglinton, flying Hawker Hurricanes, while letting down in bad weather to refuel on the Isle of Man, a portion of "B" Flight hit a mountain and all were killed.'Killed In Action. KIA. 8-10-41.
From the CWGC Files:
PILOT OFFICER ROY NEAL STOUT
Service Number: 100531
Regiment & Unit/Ship: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; 133 (Eagle) Sqdn.
Died 08 October 1941
Age 25 years old
Country of Service: United Kingdom
Additional Info: Son of Roy N. Stout and Elsie M. Stout, of Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A. B.A. (University of Kansas City).
ROYAL AIR FORCE
8 OCTOBER 1941 AGE 25