John Bentley Binns  (I15432)
Given Names: John Bentley
Surname: Binns

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about March 1915 Chorlton, Lancs
Death: 12 June 1943 Germany

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about March 1915 Father28 Chorlton, Lancs

Death 12 June 1943 (Age 28) Germany

Cause of death: Killed in action
Burial Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Cemetery: Reichswald Forest War Cemetery

Last Change 22 February 2019 - 03:32:00 - by: binnsadmin

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1915 Mar Q Birth of John B Binns registered in Chorlton, mother Cooling
1932 Jul 30 Aboard "Desna" from Liverpool for Buenos Aries; John B Binns of Harrowdene, Roodlands Road, Girvan, student, disembarking at Santos, Brazil.
1940 Sep 13 Brasil, São Paulo, Cartões de Imigração: John Bentley Binns, permanent unmarried resident; father John, mother Marian, profession business, resident at 746 Rua Homem de Mello.
1943 Jun 11/12 Bomber Command: J B Binns, Flying Officer 129640 78 Squadron flying Halifax II HR684, Code EY from Linton on Ouse on mission to Dusseldorf, crashed at Voerde.
1943 Jun 12 CWGC: John Betley Binns, Flying Officer (Bomb Aimer), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, burial at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery
1943 Jun 20 The Post: Pilot-Officer J Bentley Binns (28), only son of Mr and Mrs J B Binns, Brazil and grandson of Mrs J B Binns, Roodlands Road, Girvan, is reported missing. He travelled 6000 miles from Brazil to join the R A F , and the trip took five months
1944 Jan 9 The Post: Pilot-Officer John Bentley Binns (28), who travelled 7000 miles to join the R A F in 1941, has been reported killed. The news was received by his grandmother, Mrs Binns, who resided at Harrowdene, Roodlands Road, Girvan. Pilot Officer Binns was born in Britain and went to Brazil about nine years ago to join his father and mother.

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Marriage: about March 1913 -- Chorlton
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