Name:Rank:Service No: Service: Date of Birth:Place of Birth:Date of Enlistment:Place of Enlistment:Address At Enlistment:Age at Enlistment:Height: Complexion:Eyes:Hair: Trade:Marital Status:Religion:Next of Kin:Date of Death: Age at Death:Cemetery: Grave Reference:
Clyde John HoganPilot OfficerJ/88327Royal Canadian Air Force1664 Heavy Conversion UnitJuly 12, 1920Upper Granville, Annapolis Co., NSJuly 7, 1941Halifax, NSUpper Granville, Annapolis Co., NS205 feet, 10 inchesMediumGreenBlackFarmerSingleMethodistCharles Hogan (Father) Upper Granville, Annapolis Co., NSOctober 2, 194424Harrogate (Stonefall) Cemetery, Yorkshire, United Kingdom Sec. H. Row A. Grave 4.Commemorated on page 336 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on July 20Pilot Officer Hogan was the son of Charles Burton Hogan and Muriel Leona Hogan, of Upper Granville, Annapolis Co., NS. Having trained in Canada, Pilot Officer Hogan went overseas embarking at Halifax on December 26, 1943 and disembarking in the United Kingdom on January 3, 1944. On August 5, 1944, he joined No. 1664 Heavy Conversion Unit. On October 2, 1944 while on a training operation, the Halifax II aircraft in which he was the bomb aimer crashed near Galphay, Yorkshire. His death was instantaneous.