F/L Morris (Service # C1190) was from Oakville, Ontario and was killed 8 February 1942 at age 25. He was the son of Brinley Morgan Morris and Fanny Morris, of Oakville, Ontario, Canada.He is commemorated on Page 101 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance.

F/L Morris was killed when his Tomahawk was in collision with a Tiger Moth (#R4952) aircraft flown by F/L Ogilvie. Both aircraft crashed at RAF Station Odiham, Hampshire, England. F/L Ogilvie and a passenger in the Tiger Moth, Capt. M.C.Hawkins, were also killed.

A book of rembrance was prepared for F/L Morris by his high school, Oakville Trafalgar High School. It may be viewed on a separate page by clicking REMEMBRANCE


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