Flt. Lt. L.A.Crozier & L.A.C. Ronald McAllen.

Memorial Plaque. Cenarth Community Council. Wales.

Grave of L. A. C. Ronald Frederick McAlen.
Copyright. The War Graves Photographic Project.
Grave of Ronald Frederick McAllen.
Copyright. The War Graves Photographic Project.
Flt. Lt. L. A. Crozier.
Ronnie Pigram.

Flight Lieutenant Leonard Aubrey Crozier and Leading Aircraftman Ronald Frederick McAllen, died in an air crash at Gors Farm, Capel Iwan, Wales.

In remembrance and honour to both men, Cenarth Community Council have commissioned a Memorial Plaque to be placed on the village green at Capel Iwan.  The unveiling ceremony will take place on 14 July 2012.

LEONARD AUBREY CROZIER .  Service No. 141472.
Rank.  Flight Lieutenant.
Died. 14 October 1944.  Age 26.
Buried.  St. Mary Churchyard.  South Benfleet.
Husband of. Margaret Benita Crozier, of South Benfleet.
Son of.  John Alfred and Willa Blanche Crozier, of South Benfleet.

RONALD FREDERICK McALLEN .  Service No. 1479575.
Rank.  Leading Aircraftman.
Son of.  C. Z. McAllen and Mabel McAllen.
Buried.  Humberstone (St. Mary) Churchyard.  Leicestershire.


It is the wish of Cenarth Community Council to invite relatives of the men who died to the unveiling ceremony and to that end are appealing for them to make contact.  If anyone is aware of relatives of either men would they kindly let them know of the event and ask them to contact Dave Phillips at, dave@bronygarn631.freeserve.co.uk

Thank you.

The Council minutes in respect of the above can be found on,

www.spanglefish.com/cenarth

June.  2011.  Matters Arising.  No.11.

July.  2011.  Aircraft Crash Warwick Mk 3 at Gors Farm.

September.  2011.  Matters Arising.  No.6.

October.  2011.  Matters Arising.  No.6.

November.  2011.  Matters Arising.  No.6.

January.  2012.  Financial Matters.

February.  2012.  Other Matters.  No.2.

March.  2012.  Other Matters.  No.1.

April.  2012.  Other Matters.  No.1.

May.  2012.  Other Matters.  No.1.

June.  2012.  Matters Arising.  No.6.

July.  2012.  Matters Arising.  No.9.


Comments about this page

Add your own comment

  • On behalf of Cenarth Community Council I would like to express my thanks to all who attended that afternoon especially those who had travelled a long way to be with us. A wonderfull day was had by all and members of both families expressed their thanks for a memorable occasion. The plaque now takes pride of place on the Village green.

    Dave

    By Dave Phillips (20/09/2012)
  • Hello, I’ve been meaning to get a hold of someone with some info on my great, great uncle Ronald F. McAllen. My father and I have taken great interest in our family tree and we are very proud of Ronald McAllen. I am very interested in my family tree if anyone has any information.

    Lauren, Ronnie from this site will contact you with some information that may help you.   Editor.

    By Lauren McAllen (05/07/2012)

Add a comment about this page

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *