Sergeant Constantinos Marios Thomspon (born Tchaoussoglou) was an English airman of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve who died during the Second World War.

He was born in 1914, in Barton-upon-Irwell, the son of Ottoman Empire-born parents Demosthenes, a merchant shipper, and Helene Tchaoussoglou (née Kevendjogl).

Aged 26, Thompson, serving as a pilot in 115 Squadron died on 4 April 1941. when his Vickers Wellington (R1470) was shot down near Kings Lynn by an intruder aircraft.[1]

Thompson, who Eileen May Warnock, is buried in Manchester Southern Cemetery.


  1. Foreman, John (1993), Air War 1941: The Turning Point: Part One: The day by day account of air operations over northwest Europe: From the Battle of Britain to the Blitz, p. 302.


Thompson, Constantinos Marios, Retrieved 4 October 2012.

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