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First Officer AMY V. JOHNSON

Regiment & Unit/Ship

Air Transport Auxiliary

Date of Death

Died 05 January 1941

Age 37 years old

Buried or commemorated at


Panel 288.

United Kingdom

Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Headstone Placeholder
  • Country of Service United Kingdom
  • Awards Commander of the Order of the British Empire
  • Additional Info Daughter of John William and Amy Johnson, of Beverley, Yorkshire. B.A., A.R.Ae.S., F.R.G.S., F.S.E., M.W.E.S. President's gold medal from Society of Engineers, 1931; Egyptian gold medal for valour, 1930; League of Aviators', Women's Trophy, 1930; Segrave Trophy, 1932; Royal Aero Club's gold medal, 1936.
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