Name: Terrence Leonard George DwyerRank:Acting Leading AirmanService number:FX/112967Unit:HMS Canada, Fleet Air Arm, Royal Navy At the Naval Telegraphist and Air Gunnery School, East Camp, RCAF Station YarmouthDate of birth:July 8, 1925Place of birth:S. Norwood, London Borough of Lambeth, Greater London, EnglandDate of death:May 2, 1944Age:18Cemetery:Mountain Cemetery, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaGrave:Lot 1. Sec. A.K. Grave 8.Next of kin:Son of Leonard George and Daisy Maud Dwyer, of Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England.Terrence Leonard George Dwyer was killed due to a head injury in an accident when struck by an aircraft propeller at East Camp.In addition to his burial at Mountain Cemetery in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Terrence Dwyer is memorialised on the Lillington, Warwick District, Warwickshire, England.In addition to his burial at Mountain Cemetery in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Terrence Dwyer is memorialised on the Lillington War Memorial on the wall of Lillington Parish Church in Lillington, Warwickshire, England. He is also listed on the Leamington Spa War Memorial at Euston Place, in Leamington Spa which is also in Warwickshire County.