Jackson, E 88th Brigade RA, H12-1939. H-Christmas-1942.

Jackson, F Army. Private, rifle company of an Infantry Regiment, H-Midsummer-1943. Lieutenant. Prisoner of war in Germany. Released, H7-1945.

Jackson, I RAF Aircraftsman 1, H-Christmas-1942.

Jacob, Dennis Lance Sergeant Royal Artilley Military Medal

cross Johnson, Alan Hewitt Abbott Memorial Book Memorial Book: Royal Air Force Alan Hewitt Abbott Johnson Born July the twenty-second, 1921, entered the School September the thirteenth, 1932 and left July the twenty-sixth 1938. Served in the Royal Air Force, Bomber Command, from August 1940. Sergeant Pilot. Killed in a flying accident whilst on Active Service July the twenty-fifth, 1941. CWG: Alan Hewitt Abbott Johnson Sergeant Pilot RAFVR Died 25th July 1941. Service Number 1288650. Son of John and Laura Gertrude Johnson, of St Annes-on-Sea, Lancashire. Grave Reference: 20.B.15, Brookwood Military Cemetery. (This is near Purbright.)

Johnson, Stanley Dr PGS 1934-1940. RAF. October 2008 Newsletter.

Johnson, S F LAC Done a lot of flying and is working on radar.

Johnstone, Henry (Harry) Date of Birth 20th January 1920. Entry September 1931 to November 1936. PGSA No 547, 6th September 1937. 45 Fishwick Parade, Preston, Lancashire. Junior till 1938. Card: Myletta, Lydiate Lane, Eccleston, Lancashire. Life Member. HM Forces. Athletic Section, since the close of last season has joined the RAF, H12-1940. Leading Aircraftsman, Canada, could see the Rockies but now moved a distance eastwards apparently still in Canada, H-Christmas-1942. Canada, playing football, met George Simpson playing for the opposition. Now near Winnipeg after a severe Canadian winter, H-Midsummer-1943.

Jones, A In same camp as J S T Thornley. Jones, Arthur Served in the Navy, brother of Harry, now at Wadham, Oxford, since January, H7-1947.

Jones, Denys Signalman. Eighth Army, fall of Tripoli, H-Midsummer-1943.

Jones, F PGSOB First XI, now in Forces

Jones, F B PGSOB First XI, now in Forces (not F Jones above)

Jones, Frederic D Signalman, now overseas.

Jones, Private Harold Still in England with his Regiment and serving with Private E H Saunders, H4-1940.

Jones, Harry Vice-Captain. Left since Christmas to a University Naval Course at Liverpool, H-Christmas-1942.Served in the Navy, brother of Arthur, now at Jesus, Oxford from October 1946, H7-1947.

Jones, W B A PGSA No 549, 23rd September 1937. 7 Watling Street Road Fulwood Preston. Date of Birth 6th April 1921. PGS 10th January 1934 to 23rd July 1937. HM Forces 13th June 1941. Deceased 30th July 1947. Membership Register. (This appears to be William Bromley Jones, who served in the RAF for six years during the war. After demobilisation and re-entering civilian life in business with his father as an auctioneer, he died in hospital of infantile paralysis.)