Ystalyfera Fallen

War Graves & Remembrance Graves

Reginald Clee

This is the memorial page for Reginald Clee, native of Ystalyfera, killed off the coast of Corsica during the Second World War.

The information on Reginald Clee comes principally from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, from the South Wales Voice newspaper, and the Parish Burial Register (courtesy of the Swansea Archives).

NameReginald Owen Clee
Date of Death27th July 1944
Place of DeathMediterranean, off Corsica
Age at Death23
Unit and RegimentRoyal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; 256 Sqdn.
RankWarrant Officer
Service Number1068617
Additional InformationSon of Lewis John (Born 1886-1955) Headmaster of Pontlliw School 1913-1953 and Elsie Margaret CLEE nee WILLIAMS of Pontlliw, Glamorgan.
Nephew of Mr. W. D. Clee of Tanywern Lane, Ystalyfera.
MemorialMALTA MEMORIAL - MALTA; Panel 13, Column 2.
Remembrance Grave
Local MemorialsOld Gowertonians Plaque - Assembly Hall of the School under Pontlliw 1930 - 1937
Entry: Presumed that his plane touched the water when descending on to an enemy plane off Corsica.
Family Details
Known BrothersGethyn Lewis CLEE (Born 1914, Died 1981)
Known Sisters

From the South Wales Voice newspaper, 19th August 1944 :-

We regret to report that Warrant Officer R. O. Clee RAF, son of Mr. Lewis John Clee of Pontlliw and nephew of Mr. W. D. Clee of Tanywern Lane, has been reported missing. Warrant Officer Clee was a night fighter pilot and was on operations from North Africa. He joined the RAF in July 1940 after graduating B.Sc. at Swansea University College and qualified as a pilot in January 1941. We take this opportunity to join host of friends in tendering our sympathy to the family and our sincere hope that good news of his safety will soon be forthcoming.

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