MATHIAS, John Edward  
Name:  Mathias, John Edward
Date of birth: Unknown (Narberth/Pembrokeshire/Wales, Great Britain)
Date of death:  April 27th, 1944 (North Creak/Norfolk/England, Great Britain)
Nationality:  British
Service number 162961.

John Mathias trained as a Pilot, and served with 305 (Polish) Squadron, which was armed with the De Havilland Mosquito. He was killed on April 27th, 1944 during a training exercise.
John Mathias was 23 years old, and is buried at Narberth Church Cemetery, N.W. Section, Row 3, Grave 29.

September 14th, 1943: Pilot Officer (probation)
March 14th, 1944: Flying Officer (war sub)
Rank: Flying Officer
Unit: No. 180 Squadron, Royal Air Force
Awarded on: August 11th, 1944
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Information source(s):   - Fourth Supplement to The London Gazette Issue 36649 published on the 8 August 1944
- Pembroke County War Memorial
- - Plaquette
- Commonwealth War Graves Commission
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