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Remembering World War II Dora Marion Bamsey Royal Canadian Air Force
Dora Marion Bamsey Aircraftwoman First Class W/310930 Royal Canadian Air Force, Women’s Division December 12, 1924 Jarrow, Kinsella, Alberta February 23, 1943 18 Edmonton, Alberta Edmonton, Alberta 5 feet, 3 inches Blue Reddish brown Single Student Anglican Percy Reuben Bamsey, (Father) June 6, 1943 18 Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Edmonton, Alberta Section A, Block 135, Plot 4
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Dora Marion Bamsey served between February 23, 1943 and June 6, 1943. While at No. 19 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) RCAF Station Vulcan, located south west of the town of Vulcan, Alberta, she became ill and was hospitalized. She died at the No. 19 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) Station Hospital on June 6, 1943 of acute bacterial endocarditis due to streptococcal septicemia (heart failure due to a blood infection).