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Albert Stanford White   Rank: Flight Lieutenant Service No: J/23795 Service: Royal Canadian Air Force   Date of Birth: September 6, 1920 Place of Birth: Windsor, Ontario Date of Enlistment: April 19, 1941 Place of Enlistment: Windsor, Ontario Age at Enlistment: 20 Flight Lieutenant Albert White was the son of William E. White and Clara Lillian White. He was the husband of Anne Dora (Martin) White, of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.  They were married at Yarmouth on November 12, 1942.   F/L White was stationed at RCAF Station, Pennfield Ridge at the time of his death. Prior to being stationed at Pennfield Ridge, he had been stationed at No.113 (BR) Squadron, Yarmouth (February 18, 1942 - May 15, 1943). After this period F/L White went with the No.113 (BR) Squadron to Sydney, N.S. and Torbay, Newfoundland before being posted to Pennfield Ridge as an instructor.  He was killed December 6, 1944 when his plane exploded over the Bay of Fundy.  At the time of the accident the weather had closed in at Pennfield Ridge and he was diverted to Moncton, New Brunswick. However,  F/L White, being familiar with Yarmouth, requested permission to land there which was granted. His aircraft exploded over the Bay of Fundy before he made it to Yarmouth. The cause of the accident is unknown. Date of Death: December 6, 1944 Age at Death: 24 Memorial: Ottawa Awards: DFC Listed on the Ottawa Memorial (Panel 3. Column 3) Not listed on the WWII list of the Yarmouth War Memorial Sources and Information: Commonwealth War Graves Commission Veterans Affairs Canada 
Albert Stanford White