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Flt Lt Denis Geach Parnall

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A view of the remains of Parnall's Hurricane 2004, click on picture for full view

Flt. Lt. Dennis Geach Parnall's Grave

 

LEFT; Flt. Lt. Denis.Geach. Parnall's grave, at St Gennys Church, Cornwall, England.. The inscription reads.

In the memory of

DENIS. GEACH. PARNALL.

Flight Lieutenant R.A.F. Fighter pilot killed in action in the BATTLE OF BRITAIN,, 18th September 1940 aged 25 years.

PER.ARDUA.AD ASTRA

.............Photo by, Dave Thorndike. 14th April 2000.

 

 

A view of Flt lt Parnalls grave

 

 

Flt Ft.Lt.Denis. Geach. Parnall's. Grave, at St Gennys, Cornwall looking out towards the Atlantic Ocean.

photo ; Dave Thorndike, 14th April 2000.

 

A view towards the church at St Gennys Cornwall, with dg Parnall's grave in the foreground

A view looking towards St Gennys from the grave.

Photo, Dave Thorndike, 14th April 2000.

 

 

 

 

 

A view of Crackington Haven

 

 

The plaque on the cliff at Crackington Haven, in North Cornwall, placed by Wing Commander A.G Parnall in 1959,

The inscription on the plaque reads,

GIVEN TO THE NATIONAL TRUST IN 1959 BY WING COMMANDER A.G PARNALL IN MEMORY OF HIS BROTHER FLIGHT LIEUTENANT DENIS PARNALL R.A.F AND ALL WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940.

Photo by Dave Thorndike, 14th April 2000

 

 

 

 

Dennis Parnalls home

 

 

 

St TrevigueFarm, a 16th century Farmhouse in North Cornwall, this was the home of Flt Lt Parnall

 

 

 

photo ; Dave Thorndike, 14th April 2000.

 

 

 

 

 

denis parnalls pocket book with sig

 

 

 

 

 

 

The image here is taken from Denis Parnall's, R.A.F POCKET BOOK 1937 ( A.P. 1081 )

This is the first page from inside the book , NOTE that Denis had signed the top left hand corner

 

 

The cover of the book on the story of the Parnall aircraft factory, owned by George Parnall, Dennise's Farther

 

 

 

This is the cover of a book on the Parnall Aircraft company, which was owned by Denis Parnall's Father George.

A very good book written by Ken Wixey, ISBN 0 7524 1508 5

 

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