Norman Joseph Evans Updated: 29 MAR 2021
Airman: a116014.htm Surname: Evans Init: N J Rank: F/O Service: RAF Sqdn: 44
P_link: p378.htm Plane: LAN PB235 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: Risgårde Bredning
Crash_d: d041044 Buried_d: b060845 C_link: c116.htm At_Next: Aalestrup
Risgårde Bredning. "På mineudlægningsoperation den 4. oktober 1944
"Flyets pilot, N.J. Evans - der omkom på sin 35.
mission, synes at være fundet i flyvraget efter krigen. Han blev begravet den 6.
august 1945." (FAF)
"The pilot, N.J. Evans - who perished on his 35th mission, was apparently found in the wreck of the plane after the war. He was buried on 6 August, 1945." (FAF)
Flying Officer (Pilot) Norman Joseph Evans,
22, was the son of Joseph Henry and May Evans, and the husband of Eileen Evans (nee Cunliffe),
of Droylsden, Lancashire, United Kingdom. (Source:
1 airman buried in Strandby, 1 in Skive (see monument also to the 4 other KIA) and 1 in Aalestrup. 2 disappeared at sea. 2 saved their lives and became prisoners of war.
No. 44 Squadron RAF
No. 44 (Rhodesia) Squadron Association *
No. 44 Squadron
(RAF): Second World War.
RAF-Lincolnshire.info: 44 Squadron.