|Reason for Loss
||Bath Chronicle & Weekly Gazette February 21st 1942: "YOUNG BATH WIFE BEREAVED. Husband Killed on Return From Leave. A few hours after her husband had left to return to his R.A.F. station after leave, a young Bath wife received a telegram to say that he was lying seriously injured in a Doncaster hospital. Shortly afterwards there came another message, to announce that the accident had terminated fatally. Subsequent information showed that he had been knocked down by a motor bus while on his way to an aerdrome in the vicinity. The bereaved wife is Mrs. Nina Knight, who resides with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Swain, at 69 The Oval, Englishcombe Park, Bath. She was married on September 20 last, at St. Luke's Church, Bath, to Aircraftman Frederick Gordon Knight, whose home was at Leicester, but who had been working at the Pitman Press, Bath, for several years before joining the R.A.F.