Sergeant Crafton Dudley Wong was a Jamaican airman of the Royal Air Force who died during the Second World War.

He was on 25 December 1925, in Kingston, the son of Charles Henry and Irene Catherine Wong (née Elliot).[1]

Wong, a bomb aimer in 10 Operational Training Unit, died on 4 January 1945, when his Vickers Wellington (serial LP729) suffered engine failure and crashed near Church Eaton, Stafford, killing six of the seven crew.[2]

He is buried in Blacon Cemetery, Chester.


  1. Jamaica, Civil Registration, 1880-1999,
  2. Military aircraft crashes in the north west Midlands - 1945 to 1952, Retrieved 21 August 2013.


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