Arthur Ellis Andrews was born in Princeton, Maine, on July 4th, 1917. He was educated there and at State Normal School (1934-1937). Taught school in Surrey, Maine, 1937-1940 and LeGrange, Maine, January to November 1941. He also was a farmer in summertime between teaching sessions.
Andrews enlisted in Moncton March, 10th, 1942. After training he embarked from Canada on June 30th, 1943 and disembarked in Britain on July 7th, 1943. He was repatriated on September 26th, 1945 and was released from duty on November 7th, 1945.
Arthur Ellis Endrews died in St. Stephen, New Brunswick on July 14th, 1984.
August 29th, 1942: Leading Aircraftman;
October 20th, 1943: Flying Officer;
April 2nd, 1945: Flight Lieutenant.
March 10th, 1942: enlistment Moncton;
March 10th, 1942 - March 24th, 1942: leave without pay;
March 24th, 1942: No.5 Manning Depot, Lachine;
May 7th, 1942: No.5 Equipment Depot, Moncton;
July 4th, 1942: No.3 ITS, Victoriaville;
October 11th, 1942: No.4 EFTS, Windsor Mills;
December 5th, 1942: No.8 SFTS, Moncton;
April 10th, 1943: No.1 GRS;
June 26th, 1943: "Y" Depot;
June 27th, 1943: RAF overseas;
August 3rd, 1943: No.19 (P) AFU;
November 9th, 1943: No.81 OTU;
March 14th, 1944: No.1665 Heavy Conversion Unit;
July 27th, 1944 - August 5th, 1944: attached to Station Tarrant, Ruston;
August 16th, 1944: No.299 Squadron;
August 30th, 1944: No.620 Squadron;
June 10th, 1945: No.190 Squadron;
June 25th, 1945: Station Snaith, 25 June 1945;
July 10th, 1945 - July 17th, 1945: attached to No.1521 BAT Flight;
July 25th, 1945: No.422 Squadron.
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