Seeking Families who recognize their loved ones who served in the RAF & RCAF during WWII. These images were captured in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Our Nana, Glenna May Golden (nee Hare), I believe, was quite the cosmopolitan woman and quite the photographer.
Here are several of her photos of some of the pilots stationed in Moncton for Service Flying Training School during the Second World War, part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
If anyone recognizes their loved ones, please leave a comment and share this post, I would love for families to have photos they’ve never seen before.
Further unidentified individuals can be found on my Flicker Page, here.
Douglas Edward White – Sussex England, 1944
Harry J. Gould
Stanley Jones – Wales
Ted White, 1944
My Father In-Law Tony Carpenter trained at Moncton during 1944, we have some photos from his time there flying Stearmans. He is still going strong at 97 years old, if you wany some photos of the planes and flying let me know.
Steve! that is so amazing! do you think your Father-in-law would recognize any of these gentlemen?
Hi! My great grandfather Henry Blenkinsop was stationed there in 1943, although not in the images you have provided we have some wonderful images of him there. If you’re interested in seeing them (including the slide) please get in touch! Kind regards,