Goozee, John Thomas
|Date of Death
|Next of Kin
|Son of John Donovan Goozee and Mary Ann Goozee, of Kingsbury. Husband of Doris May Goozee, of Kenton, Harrow.
|Avro Lancaster III
|Islington Cemetery and Crematorium
|Sec. P. Block 6. Grave 7427P.
IBCC Memorial Information
|Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
|Country of Origin
|Village Hall, North Thoresby, Lincolnshire
|Inscribed Metal Plaque
|On the 4th October 1943, Lancaster ED583 of 100 Sqn suffered a structural failure while on a flight from RAF Grimsby, the aircraft fell onto the village of North Thoresby killing the entire crew.
|Village Centre, North Thoresby, Lincolnshire
|Mosiac and Inscribed Metal Plaques
|On 4th October1943 Lancaster ED583 of 100 squadron suffered structural failure whilst on a flight from RAF Grimsby, the aircraft fell onto the village of North Thoresby killing the entire crew. There are 8 smaller plaques for the individual crew members.
|Off the A16, Holton le Clay, Lincolnshire
|Inscribed Stone Pillar & Information Boards
|Do not attack the Hornets nest, 100 Squadron Royal Air Force Waltham Grimsby, December 1942 April 1945, Honour the brave
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The National Archives
|Record of Events (Operational Record Book) AIR 27/796/16
|Summary of Events (Operational Record Book) AIR 27/796/15
Last Operation Information
|Reason for Loss
|Disintegrated over North Thoresby, wreckage being dispersed over a wide area. The chapel and a number of houses in the village were destroyed but miraculously, no members of the public were injured.