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Womack Henry Archer "Harry"

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Name:
Henry Archer "Harry" Womack
Rank:
Sergeant
Serial Number:
R-67722
Unit:
Royal Canadian Air Force
Date of Death:
0000-00-00
State:
Tennessee
Cemetery:
Hawarden Churchyard, Flintshire, Wales, UK
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Born 3 Feb 1919 in Huntington, Cabell County, West Virginia. Pilot Sergeant Henry Archer "Harry" Womack Jr was Washington County, Tennessee first overseas casualty of World War II. Harry served with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), Number 57 Operational Training Unit, Service Number R/67722. He called Johnson City, Tennessee, United States of America (USA) his home. Harry died in a training accident while practicing aerial dog fighting out of RAF Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales, along with Pilot Officer John Melvin Milmine, RCAF . They now rest side by side in the Hawarden (St. Deiniol) Churchyard, Flintshire, Wales, United Kingdom. The aircraft crashed at Mill Lane in the village of Upton, a part of Upton-by-Chester, which is a civil parish and a large suburb on the outskirts of Chester, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom. Harry was 22 years old and the son of Henry Archer Womack and Nellie Parsons of Johnson City, Tennessee, USA. from findagrave.com