Roll of Honour
This roll of honour includes the names of all 1,491 men who were killed whilst serving with 12 & 626 Squadrons & associated Station Headquarters during WW2. Listed in alphabetical order by surname, giving first names, rank, service number, date of death & RAF Station, it includes those stationed at Wickenby, Binbrook, Eastchurch & the Advanced Air Striking Force in France. We have tried to be as accurate as possible but mistakes do happen and it is possible that some of the information is incorrect and that some names may be missing, if you are aware of any errors or omissions please let us know so that we can rectify this. Please click on the image below to view:
The Book of Remembrance
The Book of Remembrance which was commissioned by the Wickenby Register (The 12 & 626 Squadron Association) in 2009 gives the names of all those who lost their lives during WWII whilst serving with 12 and 626 Squadrons at Wickenby including 5 Ground Crew and also includes the names of those who lost their lives serving with 12 Squadron before the Squadron moved to Wickenby in 1942. 12 Squadron had the highest number of losses in No 1 Group and the second highest number of losses in Bomber Command. The book is housed in a glass fronted oak display case in the Wickenby Museum, and the pages are turned regularly. Photographic copies of individual pages are available by email.
Wall of Remembrance
Those named below served at RAF Wickenby and passed away after WW2. If you have someone you would like to remember here please email their name, rank, squadron and date/year of birth and death and any other information you would like to be shown.
Names are listed in alphabetical order.