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Final effort to find family of World War 2 hero Clifford Granville Shaw

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The MOD’s Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre is appealing for family to get in touch after his grave site has finally been identified.


At just 19 years old, Aircraftmen 1st Class (AC1) Clifford Granville Shaw should have had his whole life before him, instead he was killed when his RAF Bristol Blenheim bomber was shot down over France in 1940. Today, the MOD’s Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC) is appealing for his family to get in touch after his grave site was finally identified over 70 years after he was killed in action.


Royal Air Force (RAF) member Clifford, who lived in Wraxall, was the son of Percy Merryweather Shaw and Ellen Grace Caroline Shaw, again of Wraxall, Bristol. He had a brother, Ernest, who also died during the Second World War.


READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/final-effort-to-find-family-of-world-war-2-hero-clifford-granville-shaw

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