Page 7, 24th March 1950

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Locations: Cansiough, Cardiff, Greenhill

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5 CATHOLICS IN AIR CRASH

Five Catholics, it is now known, were among the 80 men and women who lost their lives in the airplane crash at the Llandow aerodrome. Cardiff. They were :

Mr. Colin Jenkins. 30-year-old Rugby referee; Mr. Richard Bradley. proprietor of the Brynmelin Hotel, Greenhill, Swansea; Mr. Arthur Morisey, aged 41, licensee of the Railway Tavern. Risca; Radio Officer Bernard Anthony O'Carroll; and Miss Mary Hegarty, of Treforest.

A shamrock wreath from his parents was on the coffin of Radio Officer O'Carroll when he was buried at Cansiough, Ireland.




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