Flying Officer George Alexander Stewart
This file on Flying Officer George Alexander Stewart
consists of two articles from the
Geo. Stewart, of Morriston, Home on Leave
Young Airman Has Over 2,000 Hours in Air to His Credit
With more than 2,000 flying hours to his credit, Flight Sergeant George Stewart, R.C.A.F., Morriston, is enjoying a furlough at his home at the present time.
He is a son of Mrs. Margaret Stewart, Morriston. Born in that village, Flt-Sgt. Stewart was educated there and later graduated from the Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute in 1936. Prior to enlisting, he was engaged as a commercial pilot, and accumulated over 800 hours in the air before becoming a member of the air force.
Enlisting in May 1940, in
On one occasion at Dauphin
Flying Officer Stewart
Officer George Alexander Stewart, 26, son of Mrs. Margaret Stewart and the
late Harvey Stewart, Morriston was killed in active service on Saturday June 2nd 1945,
Flying Officer Stewart enlisted at
overseas in November 1942, Flying Officer Stewart was in
Among the succeeding postings of Flying Officer
Stewart, was one to
“Then, the highlight this month was
Flying Officer Stewart was to have had a leave in April, which had not yet been granted, but which he was looking for every day. The letter was dated May 18th.
in January 1940 to Louise Pfeffer of Milverton, near
Robert Stewart of the R.A.F. and Geordie Stewart of the R.C.A.F.
Robert Owen Charles Stewart was born in Toton, near Southhampton in
Early in 1943, he was posted to
Geordie Stewart would joke with him that there wasn’t room for two Stewarts in the squadron. Robert said that he was very sad when Geordie didn’t return from a mission one day.
Robert Stewart served to the end of World War II and
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