Christopher Marshall GOOD


GOOD, Christopher Marshall

Service Number: 417476
Enlisted: 23 May 1942
Last Rank: Warrant Officer
Last Unit: RAAF Telecommunications and Communications Units
Born: Adelaide, South Australia, 1 April 1924
Home Town: Brighton, Holdfast Bay, South Australia
Schooling: St Peter's College
Occupation: Clerk
Died: Flying Accident, Taclobar, Leyte, Philippines, 13 November 1945, aged 21 years
Cemetery: Sai Wan War Cemetery, Hong Kong
Memorials: Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour, Brighton St Judes Anglican Church WW2 Roll of Honour
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World War 2 Service

23 May 1942: Involvement Aircraftman, SN 417476
23 May 1942: Enlisted Adelaide, South Australia
23 May 1942: Enlisted Royal Australian Air Force, Warrant Officer, SN 417476
11 Sep 1944: Involvement Warrant Officer, SN 417476, RAAF Telecommunications and Communications Units

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"S.A. Airman Killed In Philippines Crash

BRISBANE, Nov. 19. Advice has been received that 15 service personnel, including three Australians, were killed when an Australian National Airways Douglas plane crashed in the sea near Tacloban airstrip, Leyte, in the Philippines last Tuesday. The sole survivor was an American Lieutenant. The Australians killed were Captain H. Rawson, ANA Pilot, of Brisbane; Warrant Officer Christopher Marshall Good, RAAF, of Brighton, SA, co-pilot; and Warrant Officer Lloyd George Jones, RAAF, of Tully, Queensland, wireless operator. The other victims are believed to have been Americans.

WO Good is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Good, of Dunrobin road Brighton. They have been advised that WO Good was engaged in tbe transport of prisoners of war from the Philippines and Japan." - from the Adelaide Advertiser 20 Nov 1945 (