Ed. Denstone College, Uttoxeter, Staffs
Arrived from India in 1926 to attend school; 1931-32 in Egypt; naturalised British, 1935
Next of kin (Mother): Mrs R Martin, of Denvale, Old Wokingham Rd, Crowthorne, Bucks
prev: Estate Agent; RAF 1942-44
Also known as "Alexander Sterling"
Address in 1944: 21 Pembridge Sq, London W2
Postings: 5FPP, 3FPP
One accident, his fault:
- 21 Mar 1945, he ran off the track whilst taxying Martinet RG994 in windy conditions; when he tried to get back on the runway one wheel fell into a concealed drain, and the aircraft nosed over.
"He showed signs of overconfidence, but otherwise his work was carried out satisfactorily"
[Contract Terminated by ATA]
Applied to be discharged from bankrupcy in April 1945: "lately carrying on business as Sterling & Co, 177, Regent St, and Piccadilly House, Piccadilly Circus". His hearing was on 17 April.
d. Aug 1994 - Chelsea, London