Son of Richard Henry and Martha Hogan, of Penylan, Cardiff. In 1939 he lived at 41 Waterloo Road. He was an air gunner in 626 Squadron. He died when his Lancaster crashed on a night raid at St Remy-sous-Barbuise (Aube) minutes after bombing a German armoured division depot and garrison at Mailly - le- Camp, S of Reims, as part of preparation for the D Day landings. All seven crew were killed. His father Richard Henry Hogan also died in World War 2 and is commemorated on the Memorial at St Edward's.
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