|Letra Communal Cemetery|
Pictures courtesy of Barry Cuttell
Létra is a village and commune in the Department of the Rhône, 34 kilometres north-west of Lyon, the chief town in the Department. The village is on the main road from Lyon to Lamure. The cemetery is south of the village on the western side of the road from Lyon. The graves are to be found north-west of the entrance, in the middle of the plot in the northern part of the cemetery.
There are two airmen buried here from the Second World War
RAF Base: Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire
Flying Officer John CHRISTIE. Royal Air Force. 27th July 1944, aged 32. Son of James and Agnes Christie of Brechin, Angus
Flying Officer Dennis Kieran FLAHERTY. Royal Air Force Voluntary Reserve. 27th July 1944, aged 23. Son of John and Mary Delia Flaherty of Bradford, Yorkshire.
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