207 SQUADRON ROYAL AIR FORCE HISTORY
ROLLS OF HONOUR
207 Squadron Roll of Honour
The 207 Squadron Roll of Honour Memorial Book was deposited and dedicated in Leicester Cathedral on Sunday 5th November 1989 and was updated in 2001. It includes WWI casualties. It does not include Prisoners of War or Evaders. Each page can be viewed.
Members' Memorial Book
This is a searchable version of the Roll of Honour and does include Prisoners of War and Evaders, based on updated information and the Members' Memorial Book published by AVM David Dick in 1993. Those who died are linked to their Commonwealth War Graves Commission database record, showing name, rank, unit, date of death, cemetery, grave location, names of next of kin (if provided); where there is no known grave, the memorial on which their name is inscribed.
207 RAF/7RNAS Cemeteries
A listing of all the Cemeteries in which the dead of the Squadron are buried, and for each cemetery, their names.
RAF post 207 Casualties
Those who died in WW2 after being posted out of the Squadron. The names are linked to their CWGC records. If you have names to add to this Roll please contact the editor.
Post RAF & Association RIP
For those known of, the names and year of death of those who served on the Squadron who survived their wartime service, irrespective of whether they were members of the former Squadron Association. This Roll also includes those Friend and Honorary members of the former Squadron Association who have died. If you have names to add to this Roll please contact the editor.
The editor is grateful for the patient and detailed assistance from Raymond Glynne-Owen and Wg Cdr Alan Mawby OBE RAF(Retd). However, any errors or omissions on these web pages are the responsibility of the editor. For further information that may be known to us about any name in the above lists, please contact the editor.