One of the many U.S. servicemen who frequented the Easton shop during the war, enjoying the company of the Easton’s parrot. The U.S. army established a search-light post on the Berry’s property in a location opposite the present-day High School at The Gap.
Arthur Edward Chapman
Arthur Edward Chapman, killed in action World War II – 1943, aged 24 years.
Rank Flight Sergeant
Unit No. 100 Squadron (RAF)
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Conflict/Operation Second World War, 1939-1945
Date of Death 28 May 1943
Place of Death Netherlands
Cause of Death Flying Battle
Cemetery or Memorial Details Witmarsum Protestant Churchyard, Witmarsum, Friesland, NetherlandsDetails