Norman Kenneth Millard was born in the Marylebone area of London in the summer of 1920 to parents Walter Douglas and Lily Evlyn Millard (nee Jones). Norman’s family later moved live at High Street, Thame.
Thame Gazette 15th December 1942. “It is with the deepest regret that we learned of the death through a flying accident on Sunday week, of Sgt N K Millard, only son of Mr & Mrs W D Millard, of 92 High Street, Thame. We are sure the townspeople in general will sympathise with the bereaved parents in their sad loss. The funeral took place on Thursday at Burton on the Wolds with full honours.”
1380773 Sergeant WOp/Air Gunner Norman Kenneth Millard, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, was based at 28 OTU, RAF Wymeswold in Leicestershire which flew Wellington bombers in a training role. He died on 6th December 1942, age 22.
Norman is buried in BurtonontheWolds Burial Ground, Burtononthe-Wolds, Leicestershire and in Thame is remembered on the St Mary’s war memorial board.
The Thame Remembers Cross was delivered to Burton-on-the-Wolds Burial Ground, Burton-on-the-Wolds, Leicestershire on 09th April 2017 by Jackie Welch