Robert John OHLMEYER


OHLMEYER, Robert John

Service Numbers: Not yet discovered
Enlisted: 16 January 1939, Point Cook, Victoria
Last Rank: Pilot Officer
Last Unit: No. 3 Squadron (RAAF)
Born: Clare, South Australia, Australia, 11 September 1918
Home Town: Clare, Clare and Gilbert Valleys, South Australia
Schooling: Clare Primary and High Schools
Occupation: Employed at his brother-in-law's engineering works
Died: Accidental, Jamberoo, New South Wales, Australia, 23 November 1939, aged 21 years
Cemetery: Clare General Cemetery, South Australia
Memorials: Adelaide WW2 Wall of Remembrance, Clare Memorial Row of Trees, Clare WW2 Memorial Gates
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World War 2 Service

16 Jan 1939: Involvement Pilot Officer, No. 3 Squadron (RAAF)
16 Jan 1939: Enlisted Royal Australian Air Force, Aircraftman, Aircrew Training Units, Point Cook, Victoria
3 Sep 1939: Involvement Pilot Officer
Date unknown: Involvement

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Biography contributed by David Barlow

Pilot Officer Robert John Ohlmeyer (no service number allocated) of Number 3 Squadron was killed when Hawker Demon aircraft A1-62 struck the ground during low flying at Jamberoo near Fountaindale, NSW


Son of John Henry William and Mary Adelaide Lucy Ohlmeyer of Clare