100 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (British Air Force)
01/07/1944 (Killed in Action)
William James Marks was the son of William and Isabel Marks. He was born about 1924. William Marks served with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve in World War Two. By June 1944, Sergeant (Flight Engineer) William Marks was serving with 100 Squadron. On 30th June 1944, he and his crew took off on an Avro Lancaster to bomb railway yards at Vierzon in France. The aircraft was shot down by a night fighter. All the crew were killed including Sergeant Marks.
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