Stanley Carter

Bank: Westminster Bank

Place of work: London Lombard Street office

Died: 2 October 1943


Stanley Albert Carter was born on 24 December 1922, the son of Albert Herbert and Alice Emily Carter. He joined the temporary wartime staff of Westminster Bank in September 1939, working at the bank's London Lombard Street office. 


Carter later left the bank to go on war service, becoming a Flight Sergeant (Air Bomber) in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. On 2 October 1943 he was part of the two-man crew of a Mosquito which collided with another Mosquito in mid-air over Yorkshire. All four men in both planes were killed. Flight Sergeant Carter was 20 years old. 


Stanley Carter is commemorated on a bank war memorial at NatWest City of London office.

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