Arthur Vivian Fisher
Son of Arthur and Emily Judith Fisher, of Paeroa, Auckland, New Zealand.
"The following air casualty was announced yesterday:— Pilot Officer Arthur Vivian Fisher, killed in aircraft accident. Father: Mr. A. Fisher, Paeroa, rural delivery. Pilot Officer Fisher, who was 23 years old, was formerly employed on the clerical staff of the Department of Agriculture. A very keen footballer, he was also an enthusiastic Territorial, and for several years served in an artillery unit at Hamilton. After joining the Air Force he was trained at Rongotai, Taieri, and Wigram, and early this year he left for England.” [AIR CASUALTY,Evening Post, Volume CXXX, Issue 35, 9 August 1940, p9]
Submitted by: Colin Charles Chandler
Relationship to casualty: NephewI was never able to meet my uncle but I was able to collect all the family history. Uncle Bricky as my mum called him was born 18/2/1917. He had 5 other siblings my aunty Monica, uncles Les, Des,and ... Read More
Submitted by: Denise Hall
Relationship to casualty: ResearcherThe National Archives in England have his place of death as Cuxham, Oxfordshire - "Pilot Officer A V Fisher: killed; aircraft accident, Cuxham, Battle L4943, 12 Operational Training Unit, 6 Augu... Read More
Text in italics supplied by Cenotaph Online, Auckland War Memorial Museum