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22/02/2020 The CWGC record Sergeant (Navigator) John Porter Langlands as the son of John Baxter Langlands and Winifred Langlands of Dungannon.
22/02/2020 Sergeant John Langlands is also commemorated on the Belfast Royal Academical Institution Roll of Honour for the pre-World War II Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
22/02/2020 Sergeant John Langlands is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
22/02/2020 Sergeant John Langlandsí remains were brought home to Dungannon and he was buried in Drumcoo Cemetery in Dungannon. His inscription reads: AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
22/02/2020 Two of the three man were killed in the accident. The other man to die was Sgt (Pilot) Bristow Tulley (NZ416558), who was buried in Carlisle.
22/02/2020 On 9th March 1943, Sergeant John Porter Langlands was navigator on Beaufighter aircraft (Serial No EL359) when it stalled and crashed on approach, three miles east of Brampton Aerodrome, north of Luton.
22/02/2020 Sergeant John Porter Langlands served with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve in World War Two.
22/02/2020 John Porter Langlands attended Belfast Royal Academical Institution (Inst) in Belfast.
22/02/2020 Known family: John Baxter Langlands, Winifred Langlands, John Porter Langlands (born 29th November 1918).
22/02/2020 John Porter Langlands was born in Dungannon on 29th November 1918.
22/02/2020 John Porter Langlands was the son of John Baxter and Winifred Langlands. John Langlands and Winifred Milligan were married on 12th September 1917 in the Dungannon area.
22/02/2020 The 1911 census has a possible listing of John Porter Langlands at house 5 in Park Road (West), Dungannon. John is listed as an iron monger.
22/02/2020 According to 1910 Ulster Towns Directory, John Langlands & Sons were ironmongers and seed merchants operating from Church Street in Dungannon.
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