Stanford Seaton "Bill" Williams born on 4 February 1920 in Orini, New Zealand. After flight training at RCAF 6 Service Flying Training School, in Dunnville (Ontario, Canada) he joined No. 486 Squadron in January 1944. He saw action against V-1s over southern England and later German aircraft over Europe.
On 22 December 1944, while flying SA-B (EJ715) he was shot down by FLAK near Verden and was killed.
Williams' victories in Tempest
|Date of Claim||Type Claimed||Aircraft Serial No||Location of Claim||Unit|
|18 June 1944||V-1||SA-P (JN810)||2-3 m off North Foreland||486 Sqn|
|21 June 1944||V-1||SA-U (JN866)||18 m N Dungeness||486 Sqn|
|25 June 1944||V-1||SA-Y (JN758)||10 m N Newchurch||486 Sqn|
|4 July 1944||1/2 V-1||SA-P (JN820)||NW Ninfield||486 Sqn|
|12 July 1944||1/2 V-1||SA-X (EJ523)||12 m N Hastings||486 Sqn|
|14 July 1944||V-1||SA-Z (JN860)||Westerham-Sevenoaks||486 Sqn|
|19 July 1944||V-1||SA-X (EJ523)||Tenterden area||486 Sqn|
|3 August 1944||V-1||SA-Y (JN858)||N Tonbridge||486 Sqn|
|3 August 1944||V-1||SA-Y (JN858)||12 m NE Hastings||486 Sqn|
|30 Sept 1944||Bf109||SA-B (EJ715)||Didam||486 Sqn|
|26 Nov 1944||1/2 Ju188||SA-F (EJ577)||Münster area||486 Sqn|
Aces High 2 by Christopher Shores