||26 Dec 1919
||, Ontario 
||World War II - Royal Canadian Air Force - 105 (R.A.F.) Squadron  |
|Eby ID Number
||13 Nov 1942
||Atlantic Ocean 
||Flushing (Vilissingen) Northern Cemetery, Zeeland, Netherlands
||14 Mar 2017 |
||Fred Milton "Fred" Anderson, b. 29 Oct 1897, Guelph City, Wellington Co., Ontario , d. 1972 |
||Irene Marie Richards, b. 25 Feb 1899, Toronto, York Co., Ontario , d. 1958 |
||14 Oct 1918
||Toronto, York Co., Ontario
- Flying a de Havilland DH. 98 Mosquito FB. Mk IV (#DZ320), Flying Officer CHARLES ANDRE GRAHAM of the Royal Australian Air Force (the Pilot) and Flying Officer ROBERT FRED LINDSAY ANDERSON of the Royal Canadian Air Force (the Navigator) departed from RAF Marham, Norfolk, England; and were shot down by Anti-Aircraft Artillery fire from the German merchant ship "Neumark", at 12:51 o'clock, at Oostkapelle, during an attack on German ships off Vlissingen.
- [S1886] Military - Canada - Second World War Service Files Canadian Armed Forces War Dead.
Anderson, Robert Fred Lindsay 22 years Birthdate: 1919 Dec 26 Died: 1942 Nov 13 Rank: Flying Officer Unit: Royal Canadian Air Force Force: Air Service Number: J10415 Additional Details son of Fred M. & Irene M. Anderson of Waterloo, Ontario