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Norman Reginald Foley

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Norman Reginald Foley (1918-1940)

1940/41 Obituary [1]

Norman Reginald Foley was born in 1918.

In 1934 he was apprenticed to the Daimler Company, remaining with them until he joined the R.A.F. as Sergt.-Pilot.

He was killed on active service on 24th September, 1940, at the age of 22.

He was elected a Student in 1934 and was transferred to Graduate in 1938.

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