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Donald Clifford Bissell
Donald Clifford Bissell Flying Officer J/24280 418 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force August 21, 1913 Halifax, NS March 5, 1942 Halifax Sales Manager/Commercial Traveller Maritime Provinces Single United Church Olin Cumming Bissell (Father) Montreal, Quebec January 3, 1944 30 Runnymede Memorial, Surrey, United Kingdom Panel 245 Commemorated on page 251 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on May 27 On January 3, 1944 at 3:13 am, Mosquito VI Intrder LR.268, left RCAF Station Bradwell Bay, located 15 km east of Maldon, Essex, England on a sortie to Diepholte with a crew of three that included F/O Donald Bissell serving as Navigator. The aircraft failed to return from the operation. The three crew members were listed as missing and presumed dead.