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Corporal George Albert Panter

1161751 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves

Husband of Hazel

Aged 28 years

Died 1st November 1944

Commemorated at Rushden Cemetery
Grave F.1015

Note: Name added to Rushden War Memorial 2011.
Rushden Echo, 3rd November 1944, transcribed by Kay Collins

Mr Albert Panter

His health having broken down after 4 years duty in the R.A.F., Mr George Albert Panter (28) of 3 Brookfield-road, Rushden, died on Wednesday night at Rushden House Sanatorium where he had been under treatment for several months.

Born at Rushden, Mr Panter followed the example of his father in joining the Mission Church and Band, and worked as a clicker at Messrs John White’s Lime-street factory.

Joining the Air force in 1940, he served as a military policeman and was a corporal at the time of his discharge. He leaves a widow and one son, Roger, aged nearly two years.

The funeral will take place at Rushden on Saturday.

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