World War 11 Casualties
Fielding Tom Illenden
Born Penguin Tasmania to George Percy and Edith Ann Fielding, Sgt Fielding was a teller with the Launceston Bank for Savings when he enlisted in the RAAF.
He was attached to the RAF and serving with 114 squadron at Bodney Norfolk and presumably killed when a bomb hit the “Eagle” pub in Kings Lynn and was demolished.
He was buried at the Brookwood War Cemetery Surrey England.
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