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78022   Squadron Leader Terence Alexander Pringle
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Dated added: 25/06/2020   Last updated: 26/06/2020
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (British Air Force)
Date Of Birth: 08/10/1914
Died: 16/01/1944 (Died by accident)
Age: 29
Summary      
Terence Pringle was the son of George and Amy Pringle. George Pringle was a doctor in Aughnacloy. Terence was born on 8th October 1914. He was the eldest of at least three children, all born in the Augher area. He attained a degree at Queens University. He worked for the Northern Ireland Electricity Board before joining the Electricity Supply Board in Dublin. He joined the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve in 1940. He was killed in a plane crash in British Columbia, Canada on the 16th January 1944.
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Cemetery Details
Grave
Cemetery: Ottawa Memorial
  Ottawa, Ontario, 
Grave Ref: Panel 3 Col 2
CWGC Casualty 2622978
Summary      
The Ottawa Memorial commemorates almost 800 men and women of the Air Forces of the Commonwealth who lost their lives while serving in units operating from bases in Canada, the British West Indies and the United States of America, or while training in Canada and the U.S.A., and who have no known graves.
Local Institute / Local Book Details

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1 Queens University Belfast
2 Royal School Dungannon WW2
References and Links
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1 1911 Census lists George Pringle Lists Terence's father at house 88 in Main Street, Aughnacloy, Tyrone
2 British Columbia Aviation Museum Details and photo of Terence Pringle
3 FindAGrave.com Photo of Terence Pringle's inscription
4 Lennox Wylie - QUB WW2 Lists Terence Alexander Pringle
5 RAF Commands - HB100 Details of crew and loss
Dungannon District's War Dead Acknowledgements 2015-2020