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RAF Casualties 1918 - C


25-Jun

Lt

CABBURN, FRANK

He was killed in action whilst flying Bristol F2B, C789 of No 48 Sqn, which was last seen in combat and is buried in Fouquecourt British Cemetery.

17-Jul

AM3

CADDICK, JOSEPH WARWICK (44559)

He accidentally drowned whilst serving as a Coppersmith with No 72 Sqn and is buried in Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery.

04-Nov

AM2

CADDICK, WILLIAM GEORGE (63135)

He died from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving at No 1 Wireless School with No 35 Sqn and is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.

27-Sep

AM3

CADMAN, CLIFTON (91449)

He was killed in action whilst serving as a Wireless Operator with No 52 Sqn attached to 393 Brigade, RFA and is buried Sauchy Cauchy Communal Cemetery Extension.

01-Jun

Capt

CAIRNES, WILLIAM JAMESON

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, C6443 of No 74 Sqn, which last seen in comber near Estaires and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

29-Jul

2 Lt

CAIRNS, ALBANY FRANCIS

He died from burns sustained whilst flying as the observer in Bristol F2B, B1331 of No 39 Sqn, which caught fire in the air and is buried in Normanton Cemetery, Yorkshire.

20-Sep

2 Lt

CALDERWOOD, DAVID MILLAR

He was killed whilst flying as an observer in Bristol F2B, E2158 of No 20 Sqn, which shot down by enemy fighter near St Quentin and is commemorated on Arras Flying Service Memorial.  His pilot was 2 Lt A R Strachen.

06-Sep

Flt Cdt

CALDWELL, EDWARD VAUGHAN JAMES LYNDALE (110938) His RAF records show him as E V J LYNDALE-CALDWELL

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504, E1849 of No 14 Training Depot Station, which was by another aircraft whilst flying in formation and is buried in Birmingham (Brandwood End) Cemetery.

13-Oct

AM3

CALDWELL, GAVIN ALLEN (271055)

He died from influenza whilst serving as a Fitter (Turner) at the  Recruits Depot (Canada) and is buried in  Toronto Necropolis.

29-Aug

Lt

CALDWELL, JAMES

He was killed whilst flying DH4, F5825 of No 57 Sqn, which was shot down by fighters and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

15-Sep

2 Lt

CALDWELL, RUSSELL ROBERTS

He was killed whilst flying SE5A, E4051 of 'A' Flight, Central Flying School, which collided with E1217 of the same unit near Upavon and is buried in Upavon Cemetery.

02-Jul

Maj

CALLAGHAN, JOSEPH CRUESS

He was killed in action whilst flying Dolphin, D3671 of No 87 Sqn, which crashed in flames near Albert and is buried in Contay British Cemetery, Contay.

30-Oct

Capt

CALLENDER, ALVIN ANDREW

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, E6010 of No 32 Sqn, which failed to return from an offensive patrol and is buried in Valenciennes (St Roch) Communal Cemetery.

12-Jul

2 Lt

CALVERLEY, OSBERT LEVESON

He was killed whilst flying DH6, C7258 of No 124 Sqn, which collided with another aircraft and is buried in Cambridge City Cemetery.

14-Aug

2 Lt

CALVERT, ERNEST

He died from a bullet wound to the head sustained the previous day whilst flying in a DH9 of No 206 Sqn and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

02-Dec

Chf Mech

CALVERT, LAWRENCE (10731)

He was died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Rigger (Aero) with South East Area Flying Instuctors School and is buried in Manchester (Philips Park) Cemetery.

10-Jul

Cdt

CAMERON, CHARLES LOGIE (178158)

He died in New End Hospital, Hampstead from pneumonia whilst serving at the Cadet Distribution Centre and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery.

30-Aug

Sgt

CAMERON, DONALD NEIL (210636)

A Wireless Operator, he was killed whilst flying in Airship SST6 from Kingsnorth Airship Station, when the envelope caught fire and is buried in Dores Parish Churchyard.

21-Jun

2 Lt

CAMERON, JAMES

He die from injuries sustained whilst flying RE8, A3604 of No 25 Training Sqn, which dived into the ground after stalling in a turn and is buried in Eccles (Peel Green) Cemetery.

15-Nov

AM2

CAMFIELD, JOHN (42981)

He died in 42 General Hospital, Salonika from dysentery whilst serving as a Driver with No 26 Kite Balloon Section and is buried in Mikra British Cemetery, Kalamaria.

20-Oct

2 Lt

CAMM, PERCY

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504J, C5928 of No 22 Training Depot Station, which nose dived into the ground following an engine failure and is buried in Burnley Cemetery.

25-Sep

AM2

CAMMILLERI, SALVATORE (500083)

He died from influenza whilst serving No 67 Wing and is buried Taranto Town Cemetery Extension.

11-Oct

Pte 2

CAMPBELL, DONALD McLEAN (270686)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer in Canada and is buried in Toronto (St John's Norway) Cemetery.

03-Oct

Pte 2

CAMPBELL, GEORGE (296339)

He was training/serving as a Blacksmith's Striker at the Reserve Depot when he died in the Military Hospital, Blandfored from influenza and lobar pneumonia (double) and is buried in Blandford Cemetery.

21-Oct

AM3

CAMPBELL, JOHN BAIRD ALPHINE (167515)

He died, cause unknown, in 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with No 44 Training Depot Station and is buried in Glasgow (Eastwood) Cemetery.

28-Nov

Lt

CAMPBELL, KENNETH PRESTON

He was serving with No 30 Training Depot Station, Northolt when he died in the Aero Hospital from pneumonia, he is buried in Ruislip (St Martin) Churchyard Extension.

17-Jun

2 Lt

CAMPBELL, KENNETH TURNER

Killed in action whilst flying Camel, D3381 of No 210 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol, he is buried in Pernes British Cemetery.

09-Oct

Capt

CAMPBELL, LYNN

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, E2256 of No 62 Sqn, which was shot down by an enemy fighter and is buried in Preseau Communal Cemetery.

19-Aug

Lt

CAMPBELL, NORMAN CECIL SANDERSON

He was killed whilst flying DH6, B2787 of No 58 Training Depot Station, which collided with Avro 504K, E2929 of No 44 TDS near Cranwell and is buried in Cranwell (St Andrew) Churchyard.

27-Sep

2 Lt

CAMPBELL, ROY OSWALD DCM

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, E1549 of No 65 Sqn, which was last seen in combat over Ghistalles and is buried Harlebeke New British Cemetery.

12-Aug

2 Lt

CANGIAMILA, JOSEPH

He was killed whilst flying Camel, D6676 of No 32 Training Depot Station, which broke up in the air and is buried in Montrose (Sleepyhillock) Cemetery.

27-Apr

AM1

CANHAM, JOSEPH ROY (5366)

He was serving as a Carpenter with No 72 Sqn in Iraq when he drowned in the River Diyala and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.

02-Apr

Lt

CANN, PERCY REGINALD

He died of wounds received on 1 Apr 1918, whilst flying Camel, D1811 of  No 65 Sqn, which was last seen over Moreuil and is buried in  St Sever Cemetery, Rouen.

31-Oct

Lt

CANNELL, HUGH FEATHERSTONE CAMERON

He died from wounds sustained on 29 Oct 1918 whilst serving with No 72 Sqn.  He is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.

05-Oct

Lt

CANNING, ERNEST HAROLD

He was killed in action whilst flying in  FE2b, D9920 of No 102 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Drummond Cemetery, Raillencourt.

02-Aug

2 Lt

CANNON, FREDERICK WILLIAM

He died from injuries sustained on 29 Jul 1918 whilst flying Camel, D9493 of No 189 (Night) Training Sqn, which dived into the ground in a turn after the engine was choked and is buried in Enfield (Lavender Hill) Cemetery.

14-Sep

Lt

CANNON, SIDNEY LESLIE

He was killed whilst flying an aircraft (Pup?) of No 23 Training Sqn, which failed to recover from a spin and is buried in Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery.

06-Aug

Cpl (Act)

CANNON, SYDNEY EWART (20190)

He had been serving with No 4 Kite Balloon Section when he was discharged as physically unfit for war service on 26 Feb 1917, later dying from phthisis and is buried in Luton Church Burial Ground.

22-Dec

Sgt

CAPEL (or Caple), WILLIAM WALTER (314905)

He was killed instantly when he was crushed by an over-turning lorry, which slipped on a slippery road surface and is buried in Polperro Cemetery.  Athe time of his death he was serving as a Disciplinarian, probably at East Fortune.

24-Jul

AM1

CAPES, ALFRED (213323)

A Carpenter, he was killed whilst flying in DH9, B7608 of No 55 Training Depot Station, which broke up in a near vertical dive and is buried in Minster (Thanet) Cemetery.

06-Jul

Lt

CAPES, CYRIL WENTWORTH

He was killed in action whilst flying Short 184, N2963 of RAF Tresco during an anti-submarine patrol, after signalling that they were experiencing engine problems and is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

21-Nov

Lt

CAPLE, LEONARD NORMAN AKERMAN

He was killed in a flying accident whilst serving with No 22 Sqn and is buried in Sebourg British Cemetery.

04-Jun

Lt

CAPPER, HARRY KENT

He was killed whilst flying DH6, A9704 of No 5 Training Depot Station, which collided with C2028 of the same unit near Stamford and is buried in Stamford Cemetery.

10-Oct

Pte 2

CARDIFF, THOMAS (296972)

He was drowned when the RMS Leinster was sunk by a U-boat in the Irish Sea whilst serving as a Labourer with the Reserve Depot and is buried in Douglas Cemetery, Isle of Man.

06-May

Sgt

CARDNO, ALLEN SCOTT (206/240310)

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, D5956 of No 29 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

01-Nov

Chf Mech

CARLIN, FRANCIS ERCONWALD (12603)

He died in the 3rd (Southern) General Hospital in Oxford from pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver with No 3 Stores Depot and is buried in Stockton-on-Tees (Oxbridge Lane) Cemetery.

05-May

Lt

CARLING, JOHN BURLEIGH

He died in hospital in Croydon from scarlet fever contracted on active service whilst serving with No 109 Sqn and is buried in Ottawa (Beechwood) Cemetery.

15-Jul

AM3

CARPENTER, DAVID JOHN (99640)

He was killed in action whilst serving as a Labourer with No 20 Kite Balloon Section and is buried in La Targette British Cemetery, Neuville-St Vaast.

24-Aug

Lt

CARPENTER, ERIC EDWIN

He died as a result of injuries sustained on 22 Aug 1918 whilst flying in RE8, A or C4598 of No 35 Training Depot Station, which crashed after colliding with the top wing of another aircraft on take off and is buried in Walthamstow (St Peter in the Forest) Churchyard.

03-Oct

Lt

CARPENTER, ERNEST

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, E1268 of No 24 Sqn, which was last seen near Fresnoy and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

29-Oct

AM

CARPENTER, GEORGE T (262926)

He died in Fargo Military Hospital, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Labourer with No 8 Training Depot Station and is buried in Chatham Cemetery.

06-Jul

2 Lt

CARR, ARTHUR WILMOT

He accidentally drowned as he was bathing whilst serving with No 22 Training Sqn and is buried in  Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery.

13-Dec

Pte 2

CARR, FREDERICK HERBERT (84099)

He died at home from pneumonia having been discharged a week earlier is buried in Ystradgynlais (St Cynog) Churchyard.  Prior to discharge he had served as a Labourer with the ASU.

14-Oct

2 Lt

CARR, GEORGE THOMPSON

He was killed whilst flying as the observer in FK8, D5161 of No 82 Sqn, which was attacked by a number on enemy fighters whilst conducting a bombing mission against Courtrai and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

30-Jul

Cdt (Cpl)

CARRADINE, WILLIAM GEORGE (5348)

He had been a Turner but was training to be a pilot when he was killed flying Camel, B3901 of the Central Flying School, which spun into the ground after stalling and is buried in Cradley (St Peter) Churchyard.

28-Oct

AM2

CARRICK, ORLOFF CARVER (174848)

He died from influenza whilst serving as a Labourer in Canada and is buried in Hamilton Cemetery.

02-Nov

Lt

CARRIGAN, LEO PATRICK SARSFIELD

He died from natural causes whilst abroad but is buried in Wandsworth (Earlsfield) Cemetery.

25-Jul

2 Lt

CARRUTHERS, GORDON KINRAID

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, B7583 of No 98 Sqn, cause unknown and is buried in Coulommiers Communal Cemetery.

08-Oct

2 Lt

CARRUTHERS, W J

He was killed in action whilst flying a RE8 of No 59 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Thilloy Road Cemetery, Beaulencourt.

28-Oct

Pte 2

CARS, PATRICK (291714)

He died in Queen Alexandra's Hospital, Petite Synthe whilst serving as a Labourer with No 4 Aeroplane  Depot and is buried in Dunkirk Town Cemetery.

08-Sep

AM3

CARSON, ALBERT PAGE (260923)

He was killed in an accident whilst serving with No 38 Training Depot Station at Tadcaster when he was struck by the propeller of Avro 504, D6370 and is buried in Tatsfield Churchyard.

09-Aug

Capt

CARSON, JAMES ARTHUR BALFOUR

A member of the Royal Army Medical Corps seconded to the RAF and died whilst serving in Egypt, he is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.

20-Jul

2 Lt

CARSON, SAMUEL EDWARD

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, C6200 of No 103 Sqn, which crashed in a slow spin as a result of the wings crumpling up after being attacked by enemy aircraft and is buried in Strand Military Cemetery.

25-Jun

2 Lt

CARTER, ALAN

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying FK8, D5007 of No 8 Sqn and is buried in St Riquier British Cemetery.

28-Aug

Maj

CARTER, AUDSLEY RALPH

He was mortally wounded whilst serving as an artillery liaison officer to 1st Wing and is buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension.

29-Oct

Cpl

CARTER, FRANK CADOGAN (10032)

He died from emphysema whilst serving with No 6 Aircraft Park and is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.  His service records have so far not been located.

29-Oct

Pte 1

CARTER, GEORGE VICTOR FREDERICK (230863)

He died in the Military Hospital, Ayr from influenza and catarrhal pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer with ACS Stores Depot, Wandsworth and is buried in Ayr Cemetery, Ayrshire.

27-Oct

Act Lt

CARTER, HAROLD LESLIE JAMES

He was killed whilst flying BE2e, C7100 of No 47 Training Depot Station, which crashed from a flat turn whilst suffering an engine problem and is buried in Kensal Green (All Souls') Cemetery.

04-Nov

AM1

CARTER, HAROLD TREVELYAN (64798)

He died at 79 Chisson Road, West Kensington (his home?) from influenza whilst serving as a Draughtsman with the ABD and is buried in Lambeth (Tooting) Cemetery.

30-Oct

2 Lt

CARTER, J A

He was killed in action whilst serving with No 10 Kite Balloon Section, 19th Balloon Company and is buried in St Souplet British Cemetery.

01-Apr

AM2

CARTER, LESLIE GEORGE WILLIAM (16237)

He was serving as a Driver with No 101 Sqn and was killed during an air raid on Haute Vissee, he is buried in Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No1.

20-Jun

Cdt

CARTER, ROBERT GEORGE (176468)

He died in Hastings Sanortorium whilst undergoing training at No 1 Cadet Wing and is buried in Hastings Cemetery, Sussex..

03-May

2 Lt

CARTHEW, JAMES HARVEY

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, C855 of No 15 Training Sqn, which spun into the ground from 200 ft and is buried in Grantham Cemetery.

26-Oct

AM3

CARTMAN, WALTER ERNEST (31366)

A Tinsmith, he died in Connaught Hospital, Aldershot from influenza whilst serving with No 6 Stores Depot (Ascot), he is buried in Harrogate (Grove Road) Cemetery.

06-Apr

Lt

CARTMEL, GEORGE MUSGROVE

Originally reported missing whilst flying DH4, A7620 of No 205 Sqn, he was confirmed as killed in action on 13 Jun 1918.  He is buried in Millencourt Communal Cemetery Extension.

22-Nov

Capt

CARTWRIGHT, ARTHUR WILLIAM CLARENCE

He died in Eaton Square Hospital from natural causes having served as an Observer with No 66 Wing in Italy and is buried in Hampstead Cemetery.

22-Aug

Lt

CARTWRIGHT, EDWARD

He was pilot of DH9, D5729 of No 104 Sqn on a raid against the BASF works in Mannheim.  They were attacked by fighters after leaving the target and seen to spin down out of control, both men being killed.  He is buried in Roppenheim Communal Cemetery.

26-Jul

Lt

CARTWRIGHT, JOSEPH HAROLD

He was killed whilst flying Dolphin, C4065 of No 34 Training Depot Station, which nose dived into the ground after catching fire in the air and is buried in Cradley Heath (St Luke) Churchyard.

04-Nov

2 Lt

CARTWRIGHT, PYBUS

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9A, E9705 of No 25 Sqn, which failed to return from a photographic sortie and is buried in Villers-sire-Nicole Communal Cemetery.

27-Oct

AM1

CARVER, ALEXANDER (60880)

He died in Belton Park Military Hospital from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Fabric Worker with No 40 Training Depot Station and is buried in Aberdeen (Allenvale) Cemetery.

17-Jul

Lt

CARVER, ROBIN CRESWELL

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504, D4436 of the RAF Medical Flight, which collided with another aircraft in the air and is buried in Bandon Hill Cemetery.

10-Nov

2 Lt

CASE, BERNARD SYDNEY

He died from wounds sustained on 23 Oct 1918 whilst flying in DH9, D2932 of No 104 Sqn, which was seen to go down out of control over Metz and is buried in Ars-sur-Moselle Churchyard.

29-Sep

2 Lt

CASE, CHARLES HENRY

He was killed whilst flying in Bristol F2B, E2561 of No 20 Sqn, which was last seen spinning out of control near St Quentin and is buried Uplands Cemetery, Magny la Fosse.

22-Aug

2 Lt

CASE, SIDNEY FOLEY

He was killed whilst flying Camel, F4180 of No 29 Training Depot Station, which dived into the ground and is buried in Dudley Borough Cemetery.

13-Dec

Capt

CASEY, JAMES PATRICK NUNAN

He was a member of the RAMC attached to he RAF and died in 2nd Soutern General Hospital from natural causes, whilst serving with No 5 Aircraft Acceptance Park and is buried in Bristol (Canford) Cemetery.

08-Nov

AM2

CASEY, PATRICK (118359)

He died in the King George Military Hospital from pneumonia whilst training as a Driver with No 1 (MT) Depot and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery.

24-Jul

2 Lt

CASH, FREDERICK ALFRED

He was killed whilst flying Sopwith Pup 9946 of the School of Aerial Gunnery at Eastchurch, which spun into the ground from 2,000 ft and is buried in Prestonkirk Parish Churchyard..

07-Nov

Flt Cdt

CASSERLY, CYRIL IGNATIUS (154271)

He died from injuries sustained on 5 Nov 1918 whilst flying in Avro 504, D7127 of No 10 Training Depot Station, which spun into the ground and is buried in Norwich Cemetery, Norfolk.

22-Oct

AM2

CASTLE, WILFRED (403881)

He died in 36 General Hospital, Cairo from malaria whilst serving as a Wireless Operator with No 142 Sqn and is buried in Gaza War Cemetery.

11-Aug

Lt

CATHLES, GEORGE KINLOCH

A member of No 24 Kite Balloon Section, he was attached to No 144 Sqn and was killed whilst flying in a DH9 of that unit, which spun into the ground after stalling in a turn he is buried in Port Said War Memorial Cemetery.

09-Apr

AM2

CATO, CHARLES FRANCIS (90119)

He was serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with the Issue Section, No 1 Aircraft Depot and died in 39 Stationary Hospital from pneumonia, he is buried in Aire Communal Cemetery.

01-Sep

2 Lt

CATON, FREDERICK

He died from injuries sustained the previous day whilst flying in O/400, C9668 of No 215 Sqn, Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

09-Nov

AM2

CATTELL, ARTHUR BODEN (289803)

He died in 2nd Eastern General Hospital, Brighton from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as Driver (Petrol) with 154 Sqn, and is buried in Sheldon (St Giles) Churchyard.

29-Jun

Lt

CATTLE, FRANK LEONARD

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying Camel, D3383 of No 213 Sqn, which collided with another aircraft and is buried in Adinlerke Military Cemetery.

08-Jul

Lt

CAUDELL, JOHN HARRY

He died from injuries sustained on 1 Jul 1918 whilst flying DH6, C7683 of No 211 Training Depot Station, which crashed in an uncontrollable spin near the aerodrome and is buried in Huntington (Priory Road) Cemetery.

19-Aug

2 Lt

CAVANAGH, JOHN CHARLES

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D5667 of No 218 Sqn and is buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte.

10-Nov

Lt

CAVE, ARTHUR DOUGLAS

He died in the RN Hospital Chatham from pneumonia following influenza whilst training as an Observer at No 2 Marine Observers School and is buried in Brighton (Bear Road) Borough Cemetery.

22-Oct

2 Lt

CAVE, CLEMENT FORTE

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D1110 of No 108 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Ingoyhem Military Cemetery.

14-Aug

2 Lt

CAVE, EDMUND JASPER SHALCRASS

He was killed in action, showing another pilot over the lines, whilst flying in FK8, B4160 of  No 8 Sqn, which was shot down in flames and is buried in Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres.

03-Sep

Lt

CAVERS, JAMES POMEROY

He was killed in action whilst flying a Bristol M1C of No 150 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol and is commemorated on the Doiran Memorial.

13-Oct

2 Lt

CAWLEY, FREDERICK

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504K, E3083 of No 35 Training Depot Station, which dived into the ground after recovering from a stall and is buried in Marshfield (St Mary) Churchyard, Monmouthshire.

29-Oct

2 Lt

CAWSTON, GEORGE

He died from natural causes whilst training as an Observer at No 1 School of Aeronautics and is buried in Esher (Cobham) Cemetery.

15-Nov

Pte 1

CAWSTON, ROBERT WILLIAM (43934)

He died from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer with No 1 Aeroplane Supply Depot and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

29-Sep

2 Lt

CHADWICK, FRANK WOOD

He was killed whilst flying in RE8, F5872 of No 59 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie, he is buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension.

27-Sep

Clk 3

CHADWICK, WALTER HAROLD (297208)

He died in Blandford Military Hospital whilst serving as a Clerk (General) at the Reserve Depot and is buried Bury Cemetery, Redvales.

27-Oct

Lt

CHAFFEY, HARWARD EASTMAN

He was killed in action whilst flying RE8, D4917 of No 42 Sqn, which was lost in combat and is buried in Ascq Communal Cemetery.

12-Oct

AM3

CHALMERS, JAMES (131748)

He died in 39 CCS from wounds sustained whilst serving as a Wireless Operator with No 45 Kite Balloon Section during an enemy air raid on Janes airfield, Macedonia and is buried in Bevillers Communal Cemetery.

02-Nov

Mem

CHALMERS, MARGARET HODGE (15494)

A member of the WRAF she was killed/died whilst serving at Saltley College and is buried in Dalziel (Airbles) Cemetery.

23-Apr

2 Lt

CHAMBERLIN, JOHN BOYD

He was killed whilst flying RE8, B7701 of No 13 Training Sqn, when it crashed on the ranges following the collapse of the wng extensions during a dive and is buried in Mylor (St Mylor) Churchyard.

15-May

Capt

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM GEOFFREY

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, C6177 of No 49 Sqn, which failed to return from a photography sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial. Lt R C Burky USAS was also killed.

17-Jun

2 Lt

CHAMPNEYS, J AMYAN L

He was killed whilst flying Camel, C8289 of No 73 Sqn, which crashed during a flying practice and is buried in Marissel French National Cemetery.

09-Jul

AM3

CHANCE, GEORGE ARTHUR (102061)

He was serving as a Rigger (Aero) with No 109 Sqn and died from injuries sustained the previous day when he was accidentally shot by the machine gun on a DH6 as he was filling the petrol tank, he was buried in Worcester (Astwood) Cemetery.

13-Oct

Pte 2

CHANNING, JOSEPH ARTHUR (296135)

He was training as a Fitter (MT) at the Reserve Depot when he died in the Spanish Influenza epidemic.  He is buried in Blandford Cemetery.

04-Apr

Lt

CHANT, EARLE MARIAN

He died from wounds sustained on 25 March 1918 whilst flying RE8, B8860 of No 16 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Cambrai East Military Cemetery.

27-Jun

Lt

CHAPIN, ELLIOT ADAMS

He was the pilot of DH9, D1669 of No 99 Sqn and was shot down on the return from a raid on railways at Thionville.  He is buried in Chambieres French National Cemetery, Metz.

28-Nov

Cpl

CHAPMAN, ARTHUR (144742)

He died, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Cook with No 52 Training Depot Station and is buried in Hull Western Cemetery.

18-Nov

Flt Cdt

CHAPMAN, CECIL (110297)

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504K, D8920 of No 57 Training Depot Station, which crashed on this date and is buried in Lincoln (Canwick Road) Cemetery.

29-Oct

AM3

CHAPMAN, CECIL WALTER (299286)

He died in the Central Military Hospital, Aylesbury, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero) with the School of Technical Training and is buried in Horsham St Faith Cemetery.

13-Oct

Lt

CHAPMAN, CHARLES ROBERTS

He was killed whilst flying in Camel, C118 of No 50 Training Depot Station and is buried in Eastbourne (Ocklynge) Cemetery.

22-Nov

AM3

CHAPMAN, GEORGE WILLIAM (253800)

He died in 4th General Hospital, Lincoln  from a fractured skull sustained in a cycle accident whilst serving as a Turner with No 15 Training Depot Station and is buried in Birmingham (Lodge Hill) Cemetery.

28-Jun

Pte 2

CHAPMAN, HARRY (169144)

He died at the Military Hospital, Blandford from lobar pneumonia whilst serving at the Reserve Depot and is buried in Uppingham (SS. Peter and Paul) Churchyard Extension.

01-Dec

AM1

CHAPMAN, HENRY GEORGE (211509)

He was serving as a Driver (Steam) with the ACS Pulham and died in the RN Hospital, Chatham from a combination of influenza, pneumonia, pleurisy and emphysema, he is buried in Abney Park Cemetery.

06-Jun

Lt

CHAPMAN, STEPHEN JAMES

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, B1304 of No 1 Observers School of Gunnery, which collided with B8922 of the same unit and is buried in Hove Old Cemetery.

04-Jul

Pte 1

CHAPPELL, GEORGE (233696)

He died, cause unknown, in Norwood Cottage Hospital whilst serving as a Labourer at Crystal Palace and is buried in Sawley (All Saints) Churchyard.

07-Dec

Lt

CHARLES, BASIL STUART

He died from influenza whilst serving as a Technical Officer with No 1 Aeroplane Supply Depot and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.

08-Jul

Pte 2

CHARLES, HENRY WILLIAM (261882)

He died, cause unknown, whilst attached to a School of Aeronautics and is buried in Pensnett (St Mark) Churchyard.

27-Oct

Lt

CHARLTON, BRIAN

He died from wounds (gun shot to the abdomen) sustained whilst flying as an observer in FK8, F7439 of No 82 Sqn and is buried in Kezelberg Military Cemetery.

08-Nov

AM1

CHARLTON, HENRY SAMPSON (48783)

He died in the War Hospital, Dundee from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Fitter (General) with No 27 Training Depot Station, and is buried in Willesden New Cemetery.

30-May

AM1

CHASE, HENRY FRANCIS (213914)

He was killed in action whilst flying as an Aerial Gunner in Curtis H-12, 8660 of RAF Great Yarmouth, which was shot down by enemy seaplanes and is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

08-Oct

2 Lt

CHAVASSE, PERCY

He was killed in action whilst flying in RE8, E229 of No 59 Sqn, which failed to return from a recce sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

17-Apr

2 Lt

CHEERS, DONALD HERIOT ANSON

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying Avro 504J, B4206 0f No 2 Training Depot Station, which crashed after stalling during a flat turn and is buried in Edinburgh (Comely Bank) Cemetery.

08-Oct

AM2

CHEETHAM, GEORGE CLIFFORD (29343)

He died  from pneumonia whilst serving as a Turner with No 45 Sqn and is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

13-Jul

Lt

CHESTER, RONALD HENRY VENN

He was killed whilst flying as an instructor in RE8, C2588 of No 1 Training Depot Station, which crashed following a mid-air collison and is buried in Harrow (St Mary) Lower Churchyard.  Sgt J S Mosher USAS was also killed.

16-Aug

AM1

CHEYNE, JAMES (48072)

He died in Fakenham Military Hospital from a carbuncle in his neck whilst serving as a Coppersmith's Mate with No 117 Sqn and is buried in Liverpool (Toxteth Park) Cemetery.

03-Nov

Lt

CHILD, JACK ESCOTT

He was an instructor with No 188 (Night Training) Sqn at Throwley but contracted influenza.  He died from pneumonia following this illness in Lees Court Military Hospital and is buried in Chingford Mount Cemetery.

23-Aug

Capt

CHILD, JAMES MARTIN

He was killed whilst serving at No 1 Fighting School in a motor accident and is buried in Chingford Mount Cemetery.  However another sources states he was killed whilst attempting to rescue others from an aircraft crash.

16-Nov

2 Lt

CHILD, MARTIN HENRY

He died from pneumonia whilst serving with the Armament School (Uxbridge) and is buried in Reading Cemetery.

14-May

Lt

CHISHOLM, RODERICK JOHN

He was killed whilst flying a DH9 of No 218 Sqn and is buried in Dunkirk Town Cemetery.

04-Jun

2 Lt

CHOATE, FREDERICK HENRY

He was killed whilst flying Camel, B9288 of the CFS which collided with SE5A, D3557 during a 'dogfight' practice.  He is buried in Upavon Cemetery.

02-Apr

Lt

CHRISTIE, DAVID

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, C4604 of No 4 (Auxiliary) School of Aerial Gunnery, which dived into the ground after side-slipping in a turn following a stall on take off and is buried in Glasgow Southern Necropolis (Central Division).

02-Apr

2 Lt

CHRISTIE, EDGAR WATCHORN

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, B8236 of No 60 Sqn, which is believed to have gone down in flames and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

23-Nov

Pte 2

CHRISTMAS, ROBERT ALFRED (305410)

He died in Blandford Military Hospital from acute bronchitis whilst serving as a Labourer with 'L' Section, Reserve Depot and is buried in Guildford (Stoke) Old Cemetery.

02-Nov

Cpl

CHUBB, HENRY WALTER (216250)

He died from influenza whilst serving as a Labourer with No 1 Aircraft Park and is buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte.

13-Jul

2 Lt

CHURCH, FREDERICK JAMES

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, D6908 of No 74 Sqn, which failed to return from an offensive patrol and is buried in Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord).

23-Sep

2 Lt

CHURCHER, A EMANUEL COLIN

He died from injuries sustained whilst flying DH6, C7212 of No 29 Training Sqn, which dived into the ground following an engine failure and is buried in Portsmouth (Milton) Cemetery.

14-Aug

2 Lt

CHURCHILL, JOHN

He was killed whilst flying DH9, D2861 of No 49 Sqn, which was seen to break up as it went down in flames and is buried in Ruyaulcourt Military Cemetery.

10-Nov

2 Lt

CILLIERS, GABRIEL PIETER

He died from natural causes whilst serving with No 13 Training Depot Station, and is buried in Tilstock (Christ Church) Churchyard Extension.

22-Dec

Chf Mech

CLACK, ALBERT EDWARD (667)

He died in Exhibition Camp Hospital from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Rigger (Aero) with the Recruits Depot and is buried in Toronto Necropolis.

05-May

AM1

CLACK, CHARLES RICHARD (29412)

He was serving as a Rigger (Aero) and was killed whilst flying in DH6, C6657 of No 131 Sqn which crashed shortly after take off from Shawbury and is buried in Tilstock (Christ Church) Churchyard Extension.

20-Oct

Clk 1

CLANCY, WILLIAM D (57392)

He died, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Storeman with No 3 Stores Depot and is buried in Aldershot Civil Cemetery.

03-Oct

Capt

CLARK, ALGERNON BASIL

He was killed in action whilst flying in FK8, F7458 of No 2 Sqn, which was last seen over the lines during an artillery patrol and is buried in Mazingarbe Communal Cemetery Extension.

07-Nov

AM1

CLARK, BERTIE (43949)

He died in 30 General Hospital from influenza whilst serving as a Driver with No 1 Aircraft Depot, and is buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte.

31-Oct

Mem

CLARK, ELLEN (19194)

A member of the WRAF, she was killed/died whilst serving with No 3 Stores Depot Park and is buried in Reading Cemetery.

20-Oct

AM3

CLARK, ERIC ALLISON (305132)

He died in Blandford Military Hospital from lobar pneumonia whilst serving as a Draughtsman with 'F' Section, Reserve Depot and is buried in Stoke Poges (St Giles) Churchyard.

30-Oct

AM3

CLARK, FRANK KINE (305113)

He died in Blandford Military Hospital from purulent bronchitis whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with 'F' Section, Reserve Depot (Blandford) and is buried in Little Wakering (St Mary) Churchyard.

27-Jul

Cpl

CLARK, HERBERT THOMAS (62900)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Clerk (General) at HQ, No 12 Group and is buried in Croydon (Mitcham Road) Cemetery.

04-Nov

2 Lt

CLARK, JAMES HYATT

He died from injuries sustained on 23 Oct 1918 whilst flying in DH9, D5804 of No 1 School of Navigation and Bomb Dropping, which side-slipped into the ground during a low level turn and is buried in Tidworth Military Cemetery.

10-Sep

2 Lt

CLARK, JOHN FREDERICK

He died from injuries (burns and concussion) sustained the previous day whilst flying FE2b, A6537 of No 8 Training Depot Station and is buried in Iver (St Peter) Churchyard.

02-Nov

Cpl

CLARK, ROBERT STEWART (122395)

He died in Lees Court Military Hospital, Faversham from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Turner with No 188 (Night) Training Sqn, and is buried in Dundee Eastern Necropolis.

30-Jul

AM2

CLARK, SIDNEY ARTHUR (144815)

He accidentally drowned whilst serving as a Labourer with No 35 Training Depot Station and is buried in Portsmouth (Eastney or Highland Road) Cemetery.

15-Jul

AM3

CLARK, SIDNEY WILFRED (161824)

He died in 1st Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge from pneumonia whilst serving as a Fitter (MT) with No 5 (Eastern) Aeroplane Repair Depot and is buried in Biscot (Holt Trinity) Churchyard.

17-Sep

2 Lt

CLARK, STANLEY

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying Camel, D9424 of No 208 Sqn or No 209 Sqn and is buried in Pernes British Cemetery.

14-Dec

Sgt Mech

CLARK, WILLIAM SYDNEY (222281)

He died in Lincoln County Hospital from cardiac dilatation whilst serving as a Hydrogen Worker with the Airship Training Wing, Cranwell and is buried in Louth Cemetery.

27-Sep

2 Lt

CLARKE, CHARLES EDWARD

He was killed whilst flying as an observer in Bristol F2B, E2566 of No 20 Sqn, which was shot down by an enemy fighter and is buried in Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.

23-Oct

AM3

CLARKE, EDGAR (286665)

He died in the Central Military Hospital from pneumonia whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) at the School of Technical Training, Halton and is buried in Clavering Congregational Chapelyard.

13-Aug

2 Lt

CLARKE, EDWIN CEDRIC

Pilot of DH9, D3088 of No 104 Sqn, he was hit by AA fire over the target and died of his wounds after crashing.  He is buried in Antilly Churchyard.

27-Nov

2 Lt

CLARKE, ERNEST GEORGE

He died from injuries sustained in a flying accident whilst serving with No 42 Training Sqn and is buried in East Donyland (or Rowhedge) (St Lawrence) Churchyard.

25-Oct

Pte 1

CLARKE, ERNEST JOHN (234330)

He died in Red Baines Hospital, Redacr from pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer with the North Eastern Area Flying Instructors School and is buried in Birmingham (Handsworth) Cemetery.

02-Aug

AM2

CLARKE, ERNEST SIDNEY (129468)

He died in the General Military Hospital, Edmonton from inflammation of the stomach whilst serving as Storeman at the Equipment Officers School of Instruction and is buried in Tottenham Cemetery.

03-Oct

Sgt

CLARKE, FREDERICK PERCIVAL (65384)

He was killed in action whilst flying DH4, A8052 of No 25 Sqn, which failed to return from a recce sortie and is buried in Rumilly-en-Cambresis Communal Cemetery Extension.

23-Aug

2 Lt

CLARKE, GERALD WILFRED FRANCIS

He was killed in an accident when he was struck by the propeller of Avro 504, F2209 whilst training with No 42 (Training) Sqn, having received his 'Wings' two weeks earlier.  He is buried in  Brompton Cemetery.

01-Oct

2 Lt

CLARKE, HERBERT PALMER

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying Camel, F5950 of No 46 Sqn and is buried in Bronfay Farm Military Cemetery, Bray-sur-Somme.

02-Sep

Lt

CLARKE, HUBERT WILTON

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, D8445 of No 40 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Dury Mill British Cemetery.

18-Sep

2 Lt

CLARKE, JOHN

He was killed in action whilst flying FK8, F7395 of No 35 Sqn after he fell out of the machine at 2,000 ft following an attack by enemy aircraft and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

22-Jul

2 Lt

CLARKE, JOHN KINGHAM

He was killed in action whilst flying in DH9, C1213 of No 103 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is buried in Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez.

19-Oct

Lt

CLARKE, RONALD ADAM RONALDSON

He was killed whilst flying in Camel, E1507 of No 10 Training Sqn, which spun into the ground after the wing buckled when he pulled sharply out of a steep dive and is buried in Gosport (Ann's Hill) Cemetery.

28-Aug

Flt Cdt

CLARKSON, ERNEST

He was killed whilst flying Camel, F6457 of No 43 Training Depot Station, which flew into the ground whilst he was attempting to remedy a 'run-away' gun and is buried in Manchester Southern Cemetery.

02-Jul

2 Lt

CLARKSON, THOMAS COOKE

He was killed whilst flying Camel, E1446 of No 36 Training Sqn when he pulled out of dive too quickly and is buried in Doncaster (Christ Church) Churchyard.

10-Nov

AM1

CLAYDON, ALBERT GLADSTONE (64786)

He died at 49 High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk (his home) from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Fitter (General) with No 35 Sqn, and is buried in Haverhill Cemetery.

08-Jul

Capt

CLAYDON, ARTHUR DFC

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, C1089 of No 32 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez.

25-Jul

Pte 1

CLAYDON, HAROLD ALFRED (235086)

He was killed in action (drowned) whilst flying as the observer in DH9, B7677 of No 218 Sqn, which was last seen over Nieuport, his body being washed ashore at Wissant, he is buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte.

05-Jul

Lt

CLAYE, CHARLES GEOFFREY

He was the observer to Capt W D Thorn in DH9, C6202 of No 99 Sqn, who was leading a raid against railway targets around Saarbrucken and is buried in He was hit in the thigh by a bullet and killed.  He is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

24-Dec

AM3

CLAYTON, ELI JOHN (112570)

He died suddenly at home from apoplexy whilst serving as a Packer with No 2 Stores Distribution Park and is buried in Nunhead (All Saints) Cemetery.

24-Aug

2 Lt

CLAYTON, EDWARD HAROLD

He died from wounds sustained on 11 Aug 1918 whilst flying in DH9, D1721 of No 98 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Valenciennes (St Roch) Communal Cemetery.

21-Apr

2 Lt

CLAYTON, JOHN ALFRED

He was killed flying in Avro 504A,  A2636 of No 72 Training Sqn which collided near Beverley with 504J, D194 of the same unit during an air fighting practice and is buried in Dawley Magna (Holt Trinity) Churchyard.

02-Oct

Capt

CLEGHORN, WILLIAM FULTON

He was killed in action whilst flying in DH9, E8958 of No 218 Sqn and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

27-Jul

Lt

CLEMENCE, LIONEL THEODORE

He had been serving at Felixstowe but relinquished his commission a few days before died from an illness contracted whilst on active service and is buried in Penponds (Holt Trinity) Churchyard.

17-May

Lt

CLEMENS, WILLIARD EWART

He was killed in a flying accident (cause unknown) whilst flying Curtis JN-4, C419 of the School of Aerial Gunnery (Beamsville) in Canada and is buried in Kitchener (Mount Hope) Cemetery.

09-Nov

Pte 2

CLEMENTS, DANIEL (308954)

He died in blndford Military Hospital, cause unknown, whilst training asa Driver (Petrol) with 'H' Section, Reserve Depot and is buried in Blandford Cemetery.

21-Oct

Cdt

CLEMENTS, WALLACE ALEXANDER PRINCE (183855)

He died, cause unknown, in New End Military Hospital, Hampstead from influenza whilst serving with the Cadet Distribution Depot and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery.

25-Oct

Cdt

CLENDENAN, EDWIN HARVEY (272924)

He died in the Base Hospital, Toronto from influenza whilst serving in Canada and is buried in Thornbury Cemetery, Ontario.

26-Nov

AM3

CLEVERLY, WILLIAM JOHN (79728)

He died in 62 CCS from influenza whilst serving as an Armourer with No 43 Sqn and is buried in Kortrijk (St Jan) Communal Cemetery.

22-May

Lt

CLITHEROE, JAMES NORMAN

He was killed whilst flying in RE8, B6669 of No 53 Sqn, which sun into the ground and is buried in Blackpool Cemetery.

07-Aug

2 Lt

CLOETE, MOWBRAY NORSE

He was killed whilst flying Camel, F2017 of No 188 (Night) Training Sqn, reason not apparant and is buried in Kensal Green (All Souls') Cemetery.

20-Jul

Pte 1

CLOWES, BASIL DOUGLAS (86399)

He died in a Norfolk War Hospital, Norwich, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Labourer with No 2 Balloon Training Wing and is buried in Manchester (Philips Park) Cemetery.

18-Oct

Cdt

CLUTE, VICTOR MAXWELL (272283)

He died in the Base Hospital, Toronto from pneumonia whilst serving with the Recruits Depot (Canada) and is buried in Toronto (Prospect) Cemetery.

26-Jun

Lt

COAPE-ARNOLD, RAYMOND de NEWBURGH

He was killed whilst flying FE2b, D9088 of  No 200 (Night) Training Sqn, which crashed in a sideslip during a solo flight and is buried in Wolvey Cemetery.

06-Oct

Pte 2

COATS, ROBERT (293596)

He died in Blandford Military Hospital from pneumonia whilst under training at the Recruit Training Wing and is buried in Glasgow (Eastwood) Cemetery.

31-Aug

AM2

COBB, THOMAS WILLIAMS (120707)

He died in the Military Hospital, Canterbury from pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver at the Reserve Depot and is buried in Woodgrange Park Cemetery, East Ham.

14-Jul

2 Lt

COBBIN, ARTHUR JOHN

He died of wounds sustained on 23 Jun 1918 whilst flying in DH4, A7742 of  No 57 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is buried in Le Quesnoy Communal Cemetery.

26-Nov

Pte 2

COBBY, WILLIAM HERBERT (135934)

He died in the General Hospital, Trouville from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer with No 11 Balloon Section and is buried in Tourgeville Military Cemetery.

07-Jul

Lt

COBDEN, FRANK PARGETER

He was the observer to Lt A Moore in DH9, D2868 of No 104 Sqn, on a raid on Kaiserslautern. He and his pilot were shot down over the target, with Lt Moore being captured but Cobden was killed.  He is buried in Niederzwehren Cemetery.

28-Oct

Clk 3

COCHRANE, ALEXANDER (306804)

He died in the Military Hospital, Blandford from acute bronchitis whilst serving as a Storeman with 'D' Section, Reserve Depot and is buried in Dundee Eastern Necropolis.

12-Nov

AM2

COCK, FRANK LOCKWOOD (24218)

He died in No 1 Australian General Hospital, Rouen from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver with No 102 Sqn and is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.

12-Oct

AM2

COCKBURN, CHARLES ROY (270332)

He died in the Base Hospital, Toronto from influenza whilst serving as a Labourer in Canada and is buried in Winnipeg (Old Kildonian) Presbyterian Cemetery.

25-Oct

Pte 2

COCKER, VINCENT (244459)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer with No 239 Sqn and is buried in Darwen Cemetery.

01-Dec

Pte 2

COCKMAN, BERT FREDRICK

He died in No 1 Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge from influenza and pneumonia and is buried in Ware New Cemetery.

03-Nov

Lt

COE, DAVID EDWARD

He was killed in action during aerial combat whilst flying in RE8, E1107 of No 5 Sqn, which failed to return from a recce sortie and is buried in Raismes Communal Cemetery.

27-May

Lt

COFFEY, CHARLES REAY

Killed in action whilst flying in a RE8 of No 52 Sqn and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

04-Nov

AM1

COFFIN, GILBERT FRANK (205762)

He died on board the Hospital Ship 'China', cause unknown, whilst serving as a Hydrogen Worker with HMS 'Lion' Kite Baloon Section and is buried in Chistlehurst (The Annunciation) Churchyard.

11-Sep

2 Lt

COGHILL, ALEXANDER OSWIN

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504K, D8890 of No 52 Training Depot Station, which dived into the ground following a stall in a turn and is buried in Dublin Friends' Burial Ground.

07-May

2 Lt

COHEN, BENJAMIN

He was killed whilst flying Camel, B4621 of No 6 Training Depot Station, which spun into the ground and is buried in Glasgow (Garnethill) Hebrew Congregational Burial.

02-Sep

AM2

COHEN, HYMAN (58523)

He died in 20 CCS from wounds sustained two days earlier whilst attached to 291 Brigade, RFA as a Wireless Operator and is buried in Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt L'Abbe.

04-Jul

AM2

COKELEY, ARTHUR CHARLES (240526)

A Tinsmith, he was killed in action whilst flying in Felixstowe F2A, N4513 of RAF Felixstowe which was attacked by enemy aircraft and is buried in Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery.

04-Jul

2 Lt

COLBOURNE, JOHN L

He was killed whilst flying RE8, B3858 of No 16 Training Sqn, which collapsed after getting into spin and is buried in Heene (St Botolph) Churchyard Extension.

02-Nov

Capt

COLE, CYRIL CHARLES

He died from pneumonia whilst serving at the Air Ministry, and is buried in or was cremated at City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, Manor Park.

21-Dec

AM3

COLE, FRED (283456)

He was on leave when he died in St Mark's VAD Hospital in Tunbridge Wells from pneumonia and heart failure whilst serving as a Bricklayer with the Air Constructional Services, Cattewater and is buried in Cranbrook Cemetery.

21-Jun

2 Lt

COLE, GEORGE

He was killed in an accident whilst setting out on patrol from Newhaven Seaplane Station in Short 184, N1685, when the aircraft collided with a breakwater and is buried in Newhaven Cemetery.

30-Jun

2 Lt

COLE, MONTAGUE HENRY

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D5720 of No 104 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Plaine French National Cemetery.  1 Lt W L Deetjen USAS was also killed.

30-Sep

2 Lt

COLE, REGINALD HERBERT

He died from wounds sustained on 17 Sep 1918 whilst flying in O/400, C9662 of No 216 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is buried Chambieres French National Cemetery, Metz.

30-Oct

AM3

COLE, THOMAS WILLIAM (63925)

He died in 3rd Northern General Hospital, Sheffield from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver with No 2 (Northern) Aircraft Repair Depot, and is buried in Lewisham (Ladywell) Cemetery.

16-Sep

2 Lt

COLE, WILLIAM HOLLAND

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D489 of No 103 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

23-Oct

Lt

COLE, WILLIAM THOMAS

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504K, E3598 of No 189 (Night) Training Sqn, which failed to recover from a spin and is buried in Shaftesbury (Holt Trinity) Churchyard.

30-Jul

AM1

COLEMAN, ARTHUR JOHN (16259)

He died, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Driver with No 75 Sqn and is buried in Crowborough Burial Ground.

06-Sep

2 Lt

COLEMAN, CECIL MUSCROFT

He was killed in action whilst flying in Bristol F2B, D7906 of No 11 Sqn, which failed to return from a fighter recce sortie and is buried in Dury Mill British Cemetery.

27-Oct

AM2

COLEMAN, CHARLES JAMES BRUCE (225261)

He died from malaria in an ambulance en-route to the Adriatic Hospital Clearing Station whilst serving as a Wireless Operator with No 66 Wing and is buried in Taranto Town Cemetery Extension.

30-Oct

Cpl

COLEMAN, EDWARD ALBERT (12729)

He was home on leave from France when he died in the General Hospital, Southend-on-Sea whilst serving as a Storeman with No 5 Sqn, he is buried in Isleworth Cemetery.

02-Sep

Lt

COLEMAN, LESLIE

He was killed in action whilst flying RE8, C2729 of No5 Sqn, which failed to return from a recce sortie and is buried in Vis en Artois British Cemetery, Haucourt.

23-Jul

Lt

COLERIDGE, COLIN GOSS MBE

He was killed in an aircraft accident at Deseronto in Canada whilst flying Curtis JN-4, C226 of No 43 Wing and is buried in Deseronto Cemetery.  He was awarded the MBE for saving a life whilst stationed in Fort Worth, Texas.

31-Oct

Pte 2

COLES, CHARLES HENRY CALEB (304493)

He died in Blandford Military Hospital from broncho-pneumonia whilst training as a Driver (Petrol) with 'L' Section, Reserve Depot and is buried in Acton Cemetery.

12-Nov

Pte 1

COLES, HAROLD JAMES (82991)

He died in the City Isolation Hospital, Norwich from cerebral spinal fever whilst serving as a Labourer with No 7 Aircraft Repair Section and is buried in Eynsford (St Martin) Churchyard.

23-May

AM2

COLINSKY, JACOB (44349)

He was a Wireless Operator with No 15 Sqn and died in 29 CCS from gun shot wounds sustained whilst attached to 165 Heavy Battery, RGA, he is buried in Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt.

24-Aug

2 Lt

COLLIER, DOUGLAS CHARLES

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, D6121 of No 56 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

24-Jun

Pte 2

COLLIER, WALTER (123654)

He died in the Military Hospital, Fargoe, Salisbury from tubercle of the lung whilst serving as a Labourer with No 1 Kite Balloon Section and is buried in Leigh Cemetery.

23-Oct

AM2

COLLIGAN, ROBERT (99404)

He was died in 2/3 East London Field Ambulance from wounds sustained whilst serving as a wireless operator with No 35 Sqn and is buried in Quietiste Military Cemetery, Le Cateau.

03-Oct

2 Lt

COLLINGS, LIONEL LAPIDGE

He died in Netley Hospital from pneumonia probably whilst serving at Blandford and is buried in Brighton (Extra-Mural) Borough Cemetery.

19-Jul

Lt

COLLINGWOOD, RICHARD MILNE

He was killed whilst flying as an instructor in Avro 504J, B8585 of No 204 Training Depot Station, which collided with a Farman during the approach to land and is buried in Leysdown (St Clement) Churchyard.

17-Nov

Lt

COLLINS, CHARLES FRANK

He died at home from influenza and pleura-pneumonia whilst serving with No 24 Training Sqn and is buried in Hampstead Cemetery.

07-Oct

Cpl

COLLINS, FREDERICK CHARLES (14441)

He died in Tidworth Military Hospital from cerebro spinal meningitis whilst serving as an Electrician with No 10 Training Sqn and is buried in Wandsworth (Earlsfield) Cemetery.

02-Jul

Flt Sgt

COLLINS, FREDERICK EDWARD SYDNEY (1411)

He had been serving as a Fitter (General) with No 7 Sqn but had been discharged as medically unfit (phthisis pulmonalis) on 19 Jun 1918, dying on this date, he is buried at Croydon (Mitcham Road) Cemetery.

19-May

2 Lt

COLLINS, FREDERICK FERDINAND

He was killed whilst flying as the observer in DH9, C6159 of No 206 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is  commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

06-Nov

Mem

COLLINS, GRACE ZENOBIA (2479)

A member of the WRAF, she died whilst serving with No 39 Sqn and is buried in Walthamstow (St Peter in the Forest) Churchyard.

14-Oct

Pte 2

COLLINS, HAROLD FRANCIS (270414)

He died in the Base Hospital in Toronto whilst serving as a Labourer in Canada and is buried in Paisley Cemetery.

05-Apr

2 Lt

COLLINS, LESLIE ERNEST

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying FE2b, A844 of No 100 Sqn and is buried in Fere-Champenoise French National Cemetery.

02-Dec

AM2

COLLINS, REGINALD WALTER (203865)

He died on board the hospital ship 'Karspara' from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Rigger (Aero) with the Composite Park (Aegean Group) and is buried in East Mudros Military Cemetery.

02-Sep

Lt

COLLINS, VALENTINE ST. BARBE

He was killed in action whilst flying Bristol F2B, D7990 of No 22 Sqn, which failed to return from a fighter recce sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

09-Nov

Clk 3

COLLINSON, ERNEST (281940)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Clerk (Stores) with No 209 Training Depot Station and is buried in Haslar Royal Navy Cemetery.

14-Apr

AM2

COLLIP, FRANK ALFRED (29627)

He had served with the 51st (Kite Balloon) Section as a Carpenter but had been discharged on 1 Aug 1917 on medical grounds.  The cause of his death is not currently known but he is buried in Hounslow Cemetery.

27-Aug

2 Lt

COLLIS, T BENHAM

He was killed in action whilst flying in Bristol F2B, E2514 of No 22 Sqn, which failed to return from a fighter recce sortie and is buried in Hermies Hill British Cemetery.

20-Apr

2 Lt

COLQUHOUN, ARCHIBALD STEWART

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying Dolphin, D5201 of No 79 Sqn and is buried in St Pol British Cemetery, St Pol-Sur-Ternoise.

25-Nov

Capt

COLTSON, CHARLES SYDNEY DSC

He died of pneumonia at the Military Hospital, Devonport and is buried in Berechurch (St Michael) Churchyard.  At the time of his death he was a staff officer at the RAF Group HQ in Plymouth and possessed the second highest numbers of hours as an airship pilot (1,800).

04-Nov

Capt

COLVILL-JONES, ROBERT

He was killed in action whilst flying DH4, A7652 of No 57 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is buried in Ghissignies British Cemetery.

24-May

Capt

COLVILL-JONES, THOMAS

He died in captivity from wounds sustained on 25 April 1918 whilst flying in Bristol F2B, B1126 of No 48 Sqn and is buried in Berlin South-Western Cemetery.

16-Jun

Capt

COMBER-TAYLOR, ERIC HORACE

He was killed in action whilst flying Bristol F2B, C967 of No 10 Sqn, which failed to return from an artillery observation sortie and is buried in Esquelbecq Military Cemetery.

26-May

AM1

COMMINS, ARTHUR HENRY (227201)

He was accidentally killed whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with No 73 Wing, Yarmouth and is buried in Reading Cemetery.

10-Oct

Cdt

CONLON, JAMES THADDEUS (172942)

He died in the Military Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario from influenza whilst serving in Canada and is buried in Vankleek Hill Roman Catholic Cemetery.

15-Nov

Pte 2

CONNELL, JOHN (116033)

He died in the 2nd Scottish General Hospital, Edinburgh from pneumonia following influenza whilst serving as a Labourer at No 9 Stores Distributing Park and is buried in Preston (New Hall Lane) Cemetery.

04-Oct

2 Lt

CONNOR, WILLIAM

He was killed in action whilst flying in Bristol F2B, C937 of No 11 Sqn, which collided with another aircraft and is buried in Grevillers British Cemetery.

18-May

Lt

CONRON, HATTON CHARLES RONAYNE

He was reported missing in action whilst flying DH4, D8410 of No 205 Sqn, which was last seen near Aubercourt but not presumed killed until March 1919.  He is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

12-Oct

AM3

CONROY, EMMET THOMAS (150485)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Rigger with No 42 Wing and is buried in Montreal (Notre Dame des Neiges) Cemetery.

11-Oct

Cdt

CONROY, PAUL SERVILLION (174014)

He died in the Base Hospital, Toronto from pneumonia whilst serving at the Cadet Wing (Canada) and is buried in Montreal (Notre Dame des Neiges) Cemetery.

16-Nov

Pte 2

CONVEY, FRANCIS (143076)

He died in 3 Australian General Hospital from cerebral concussion and exposure whilst serving as a Labourer with No 2 Aircraft Depot and is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension.

23-Dec

Cpl Mech

COOK, ALFRD JOHN (201852)

He died in the War Hospital in Norwich from pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver (Petrol) at Pulham and is buried in Bransgore (St Mary) Churchyard.

20-Jul

Pte 1

COOK, ALFRED FRANCIS (135913)

He died at Cambridge General Hospital from pulmonary tuberulosis whilst serving as a Labourer with No 26 Wing and is buried in Thatcham Cemetery.

24-Sep

AM3

COOK, ARTHUR WILLIAM EDWARD (28089)

He was serving as a Rigger (Aero) at No 1 Aircraft Supply Depot at Marquise and was killed in a German air raid on the station, he is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.

09-Oct

AM1

COOK, CHARLES HENRY (232542)

He died from gastritis whilst serving as a Labourer at Howden Air Ship Station and is buried in Erith (Brook Street) Cemetery.

07-Aug

Cdt

COOK, FRANCIS RUSSELL (153929)

He was killed when he fell from Curtis JN-4, 189 in Canada and is buried in Clanwilliam United Church Cemetery.

16-Jul

Sgt

COOK, FRANK (202387)

He died in Deans Hospital, South Shields from double pneumonia and inflammation of the bowels whilst serving as a Rigger (Aero) at the Repair Base (South Shields) and is buried in South Shields (Harton) Cemetery.

26-Sep

Lt

COOK, FREDERICK OLIVER

He was the observer to 2 Lt L G Stern in DH9, D5573 of No 99 Sqn on a raid against railways at Metz Sablon.  Their formation was attacked by enemy fighters and except for three aircraft which had returned early, the whole formation was lost.  Stern and Cook were both killed and Cook is buried in Chambieres French National Cemetery, Metz.

11-Jul

Lt

COOK, JAMES DRUE

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, C2182 of No 107 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is buried in Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension.

03-Oct

2 Lt

COOK, MURDOCH

He was killed whilst flying in Camel, C1637 of No 28 Training Depot Station, stalled on pulling out of a dive and spun into the ground, he is buried in Cambuslang (Westburn) Cemetery.

04-Nov

AM3

COOK, THOMAS HENRY (293391)

He died in the Mile End Military Hospital, London from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver (Petrtol) with the Reserve Depot, and is buried in West Ham Cemetery.

31-Oct

Pte 2

COOKE, JOHN JAMES (129448)

He died from influenza whilst training as a Driver with No 190 (Night) Training Sqn and is buried in Liverpool (Ford) Roman Catholic Cemetery.

28-Aug

Sgt

COOKE, MARTIN HERBERT (25222)

He died in the Military Hospital, Tidworth from appendicitis whilst serving as an Instrument Repairer with No 1 School of Navigation and Bomb Dropping and is buried in Mewsey (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.

19-Oct

Pte 1

COOL, EDWARD GEORGE (211859)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer at the Experimental Station, Isle of Grain and is buried in Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery.

07-Dec

Pte 1

COOLEY, HORACE (61242)

He died from injuries sustained when he fell from a lorry whilst serving as a Batman with the Artillery and Infantry Co-operation School and is buried in Fulham Palace Road Cemetery.

17-Apr

2 Lt

COOMBE, ALFRED STANLEY NAYLOR

He was killed in action whilst flying RE8, B5048 of No 7 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

24-Sep

AM3

COOMBS, FREDERICK JAMES (245882)

A Wireless Operator, he was killed in an accident at RAF Cranwell when he was struck by the propeller of Airship SS37A and is buried in Croydon (Mitcham Road) Cemetery.

09-Jul

Pte 2

COOMBS, WILLIAM CHARLES (263327)

He died, cause unknown, whilst training at the Reserve Depot and is buried in Bristol (Greenbank) Cemetery.

19-Dec

Mem

COOME, AGNES HILDA (10879)

A member of the WRAF she was killed or died whilst serving in the UK and is buried in Coventry (London Road) Cemetery.

03-Oct

Lt

COONS, JOHN WALTER

He was killed in action whilst flying Bristol F2B, A7153 of No 11 Sqn, which collided with another aircraft and is buried in Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt.

06-Jul

Pte 1

COOPER, FRED ALBERT (75488)

He died from wounds sustained the previous day whilst serving as a Labourer with No 45 Kite Balloon Section and is buried in St. Hilaire Cemetery Extension, Frevent.

30-Aug

2 Lt

COOPER, GEORGE WILLIAM

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D2793 of No 226 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is commemorated on the Doiran Memorial.

06-Oct

AM3

COOPER, JOHN (297109)

He died in the Central Military Hospital, Aylesbury whilst training or serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with "T" Section, School of Technical Training (Halton Camp) and is buried in Shipley (Nab Wood) Cemetery.

20-Oct

Pte

COOPER, JOHN HENRY (304850)

He died in The King George Hospital from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer with No 4 Aircraft Repair Depot and is buried in Ilkeston (Park) Cemetery.

09-Aug

2 Lt

COOPER, LAWRENCE GEORGE

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, E633 of No 107 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

02-Oct

Capt

COOPER, MAURICE LEA

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, F3951 of  "B" Flight, No 213 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol and is buried in Dadizeele New British Cemetery.

31-Jul

AM3

COOPER, RONALD RICHARD NELSON (240882)

He was killed in action whilst flying in Felixstowe F2A, N4305 of RAF Great Yarmouth, which was shot down by enemy seaplanes and is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

04-Nov

Lt

COOPER, WILFRED JAMES

He was killed in action whilst flying in FE2b, D3811 of No 101 Sqn, which failed to return from a night bombing raid and is buried in Roisel Communal Cemetery Extension.

26-Nov

Cpl

COOPER, WILLIAM FELLS (10532)

He died in 2 General Hospital from influenza and broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Wireless Operator with No 15 Wing and is buried in Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre.

05-Dec

Clk 3

COOPER, WILLIAM HENRY (283651)

He died in 45 CCS from influenza and broncho-pneumonia whilst as a Storeman serving with No 2 Aircraft Depot and is buried in Awoingt British Cemetery.

23-Jul

AM1

COOPER, WILLIAM JAMES (207125)

He died in 79 General Hospital, Taranto from malaria and cardiac failure whilst serving as a Labourer with No 66 Wing and is buried in Taranto Town Cemetery Extension.

10-Dec

Pte 1

COOPER-SMITH, JEREMIAH FREDERICK (215544)

He died in No 1 Rest Camp Hospital, Cherbourg from influenza whilst serving as a Labourer with No 66 Wing and is buried in Tourlaville Communal Cemetery and Extension.

06-Sep

Capt

COPE, WALTER GORDON

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504, E1849 of No 14 Training Depot Station, which was by another aircraft whilst flying in formation and was buried/cremated in  East Finchley Cemetery and St Marylebone Crematorium.

26-Aug

Pte 1

COPLEY, WALTER (219631)

He was killed whilst flying as the aerial gunner in DH9, D1659 of No 266 Sqn, which came down in the sea north of Brindisi and is commemorated on the Giavera Memorial.

04-Dec

Lt Col

CORBETT, CYRIL DUDLEY HELY

He died of influenza at Felixstowe whilst serving as a Medical Officer with HQ, Midland Area.  He was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium.

24-Nov

Pte 2

CORBETT, FREDERICK JOHN (127897)

He died in hospital from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Batman with No 41 Wing and is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

09-Jun

Flt Cdt

CORBETT, WILLIAM LAUNCELOT

He died from injuries sustained the previous day whilst flying MF Shorthorn, B4733 of No 13 Training Depot Station, which overturned on landing after the skids caught the ground and is buried in Derby (Uttoxeter Road) Cemetery.

25-Jun

2 Lt

CORDINER, GEORGE GALLOWAY

He was killed whilst flying SE5A, C1776 of No 28 Training Sqn, which burst into flames after spinning into the ground and is buried in Brechin Cemetery.

27-Sep

Sgt

CORFIELD, THOMAS (7898)

Originally serving as an Aerial Gunner, he was training to be a pilot when he was killed whilst flying Avro 504J, C5840 of No 30 Training Depot Station, which collided with another aircraft during a formation flight and is buried Northampton (Billing Road) Cemetery.

23-Aug

2 Lt

CORKERY, JOSEPH PHILIP

He was killed whilst flying a DH9 of No  6 (Adriatic) Group, which failed to return from a sortie and is commemorated on the Doiran Memorial.

04-Nov

AM3

CORKHILL, CLYDE (115444)

He had been discharged from the RAF as being physically unfit for further service on 9 Apr 1918 whilst serving as a Rigger (Aero) at the School of Technical Training, later dying and is buried in Birkenhead (Flayback Hill) Cemetery.

31-Jul

Sgt

CORMACK, JOHN DON (317109)

He was killed whilst flying as an observer in a Bristol Fighter of No 20 Sqn, which was shot down by an enemy fighter and is buried in Hagle Dump Cemetery.  His pilot was 1 Lt George Zellers of the USAS, who was also killed.

27-Oct

2 Lt

CORMACK, PHILIP FREDERICK

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, E4387 of No 204 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

18-Nov

AM3

CORNISH, GEORGE HARRY (298712)

He died, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Tinsmith with the Reinforcement Wing (Blandford) and is buried in Blandford Cemetery.

10-Oct

Pte 2

CORRIGAN, JOHN (292310)

He was drowned when the RMS Leinster was sunk by a U-boat in the Irish Sea whilst serving as a Labourer with the Reinforcement Wing and is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

12-Aug

Lt

CORT, ARCHIBALD BERNARD

He was killed in action whilst flying Bristol F2B, E2468 of No 62 Sqn, which was seen to go down in flame near Perrone and is buried in Hem Farm Military Cemetery, Hem-Monacu.

25-Sep

2 Lt

COSGROVE, ALBERT VAIL

He was killed whilst flying DH9, E8857 of No 27 Sqn, which was seen to go down in flame near Bohain and is buried in Grand Seraucourt British Cemetery.

25-Oct

Pte 2

COSIER, WILLIAM (119939)

Serving as a Labourer, he was shot by an unknown person whilst on duty with No 5 Group Works Section and is buried in Ramscappelle Road Military Cemetery.

21-Nov

Pte 2

COSTELLO, JOHN (287780)

He died in the Military Hospital, Colchester from pneumonia whilst training as a Driver (Petrol) with the RAF & Army Co-operation School and is buried in Colchester Cemetery.

28-Oct

Lt

COTE, JOSEPH ARTHUR ROBERT

He died from influenza whilst serving with No 46 Sqn and is buried in St Sever Cemetery, Rouen.

28-Oct

2 Lt

COTTER, BRIAN CHARLES

He died from injuries sustained whilst flying in O/400, D5417 of No 97 Sqn, which crashed and burst into flames at Luneville, he is buried in  Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

30-Oct

Lt

COTTERELL, BASIL WILLIAM

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D502 of No 49 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is buried in Mons (Bergen) Communal Cemetery.

29-Jul

2 Lt

COTTON, ERNEST

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, D9498 of No 73 Sqn, which was last seen over Fismes and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

09-Apr

AM3

COULBECK, WILFRED CHAPMAN (51460)

He died in 6 CCS from gun shot wounds whilst serving as a Labourer with No 42 Kite Balloon Section and is buried Chocques Military Cemetery.

10-Nov

2 Lt

COULTHURST, WILLIAM GORDON

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, F6285 of No 46 Sqn, which collided with C8391 of the same unit during a bombing sortie.  He is buried in Monbliart Communal Cemetery.

10-Dec

2 Lt

COURT, LESLIE SIMPSON

He died from pneumonia whilst serving with No 26 Training Depot Station and is buried in Hollingbourne (All Saints) Churchyard.

07-Oct

2 Lt

COURTENAY, WILLIAM JAMES

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, D8215 of No 66 Sqn, which last seen going down in flames over Lison and is commemorated on the Giavera Memorial.

21-Oct

Lt

COURTHORPE, WILLIAM GEORGE

He had been appointed as a Staff Officer 3rd Class to HQ Mediterranean, Malta on 12 Oct 1918 but died from pneumonia before he left the UK and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery.

22-Oct

Pte 2

COUSINS, CHARLES HENRY (299638)

He died in the Central Military Hospital, Aylesbury from influenza whilst training as a Rigger (Aero) at the School of Technical Training (Halton) and is buried in Aylesbury Cemetery.

16-Jul

2 Lt

COWAN, ALBERT ARTHUR

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying a BE2e of No 197 Training Sqn and is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.

03-Oct

Lt

COWAN, JAMES BASIL

He was killed in action whilst flying Bristol F2B, E2523 of No 48 Sqn, which was last seen near Ingelmunster and is buried in Dadizeele New British Cemetery.

22-Oct

Cpl

COWDRY, SIDNEY WALTER (208500)

He died on the Hospital Ship 'Garth Castle' from pneumonia whilst serving as a Torpedoman on HMS "Argus." and is buried in  Dunfirmline Cemetery.

30-Jul

Sgt

COWELL, JOHN (78171)

He was killed in action whilst flying Bristol F2B, E2471 of No 20 Sqn, which was shot down by enemy fighters and is buried in Klein-Vierstraat British Cemetery.

30-Oct

Pte 2

COWELL, THOMAS GEORGE (305220)

He died in Blandford Military Hospital from broncho-pneumonia whilst training as a Motor Cyclist at the Recruit Training Wing and is buried in Northampton (Towcester Road) Cemetery.

06-Dec

Cpl Mech

COWIE, WILLIAM (206666) MSM

He died from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver (Petrol) with at HQ No 5 Group and is buried in Dunkirk Town Cemetery.

30-Aug

AM1

COWIN, REGINALD WILLIAM (204321)

A Fitter (Aero Engine) he was killed whilst flying in Airship SST6 from Kingsnorth Airship Station, when the envelope caught fire and is buried in Douglas Cemetery (Isle of Man).

07-Jun

AM2

COWLING, WILLIAM HENRY (103959)

He was serving as a Carpenter at the Reserve Depot when he died in te War Hospital, Leeds from bronchitis and is buried in Leeds (Beckett Street) Cemetery.

24-Nov

Boy

COWPER, ALEXANDER AYRE (149051)

He died from septic bronchitis whilst serving with No 1 Training Depot Station and is buried in Perth (Wellshill) Cemetery.

14-Oct

Capt

COWPER-COLES, SHERARD WILLIAM

He was killed in action whilst serving as a flight commander with No 7 Sqn and flying RE8, E33, which failed to return from a recce sortie, he is buried in Mendinghem Military Cemetery.

04-Nov

AM1

COX, CHARLES NORRIS (230864)

He died in Norfolk War Hospital, Thorpe from pneumonia whilst serving as a Misc (Timber) at Pulham Airship Station and is buried in Bradford (Undercliffe) Cemetery.

09-Oct

Cdt

COX, HAROLD FREDERICK C (183071)

He died in Shorncliffe Military Hospital from pneumonia whilst serving with No 8 Cadet Wing and is buried in Shorncliffe Military Cemetery.

03-Dec

Sgt Mech

COX, EDWARD (208878)

He died on board the hospital ship 'Karspara' from bronchitis whilst serving as a Driver (Petrol) with the Composite Park (Aegean) Group and is buried in East Mudros Military Cemetery.

11-Jun

2 Lt

COX, JOSEPH WILLIAM

He was killed whilst flying Pup, B6026 of No 7 Training Depot Station, which spun into the ground during low level aerobatics and is buried in Bristol (Arnos Vale) Roman Catholic Cemetery.

05-Nov

Sgt

COX, WILLIAM HENRY (46039)

He was killed when a bomb exploded on a crashed aircraft at old Sarum whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with the RAF and Army Co-operation School and is buried in Blandford Cemetery.

29-Jul

2 Lt

COX, WILLIAM JOHN

He was killed whilst flying Dolphin, C3803 of No 91 Sqn, which stalled and spun into the ground and is buried in Toronto (Mount Pleasant) Cemetery.

15-May

2 Lt

CRABBE, HUBERT LYON BINGHAM

He was killed in action whilst flying in DH4, A7725 of No 57 Sqn, which failed to return from a photography sortie and is buried in Carnoy Military Cemetery.

27-Nov

2 Lt

CRADDOCK, HUBERT CHARLES

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, 4874 of No 45 Training Depot Station, which dived into the ground after stalling following an engine failure and is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.

28-May

2 Lt

CRAIB, WILLIAM BRICE

He was killed whilst flying Camel, C8280 of No 65 Sqn, which was last seen in a steep dive west of Lamotte and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

04-Jul

Flt Sgt

CRAIG, FREDERICK CLAUDE (18434)

He died, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Clerk (Stores) with No 8 Wing and is buried in Inverness (Tomnahurich) Cemetery.  His service records have so far not been located.

11-Apr

Lt

CRAIG, JAMES

He was killed in action whilst flying RE8, B8890 of No 53 Sqn, which caught fire in the air and is buried in Meteren  Military Cemetery.

22-Apr

2 Lt

CRAIG, ROBERT STEWART

He was killed whilst flying RE8, C2255 of No 12 Sqn, which crashed on the aerodrome and is buried in Bac-du-Sud British Cemetery, Bailleulval.

26-Sep

Lt

CRAIG, WILLIAM BENSON

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, D3374 of No 204 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried Blankenberge Town Cemetery.

07-Apr

2 Lt

CRAIGIE, VICTOR RALEIGH

He was flying Pup, B5269 of No 92 Sqn near Chichester when he was in collision with Avro 504, B986 of the same unit, containing 2 Lt N H England and 2 Lt C Hackman.  He is buried in Oving (St Andrew) Churchyard Extension.

03-Nov

Mem

CRAIK, ANNIE (13795)

A member of the WRAF she died whilst serving with No 30 Wing and is buried in Montrose (Sleepyhillock) Cemetery.

26-Aug

2 Lt

CRAM, JOHN MITCHELL

He was killed whilst flying Curtis JN-4, C1315 of No 43 Wing and is buried in Ottawa (Beechwood) Cemetery.

30-Nov

Pte 1

CRAMMOND, GEORGE (246626)

He died in the Military Hospital in Chichester from pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer at Chichester (10 Group) and is buried in Dundee Eastern Necropolis.

30-Oct

Capt

CRANE, JOHN WILBUR

He was killed in action whilst flying Dolphin, B7855 of No 19 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

15-May

2 Lt

CRANE, MORTIMER PARKE

He was killed whilst flying SE5A, D3957 of the Central Flying School, which was hit by another aircraft as they broke up a formation and is buried in North Otterington Cemetery.

22-Jun

AM2

CRANMORE, JOHN MOSSCROP (239979)

An Fitter (General), he is presumed to have drown in the crash of airship NS3 from East Fortune which was wrecked in a gale off Dunbar on return from patrol.  He is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

12-Nov

Lt

CRAWFORD, JAMES CURRIE

He died from wounds in No 20 Casualty Clearing Station sustained whilst flying SE5A, E5795 of No 56 Sqn during a patrol and is buried in Premont British Cemetery.

06-Nov

AM3

CRAWFORD, JAMES F (132411)

He died in the Military Hospital, Maryhill, Glasgow from influenza and haemoptysis whilst serving as an Acetylene Welder with No 9 (Eastern) Aircraft Repair Depot and is buried in Dalnottar Cemetery.

11-Apr

Capt

CRAWFORD, KELVIN

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, C5445 of No 60 Sqn, which was last seen over Burguoy and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

10-Oct

Cpl

CREEDON, DENNIS (301441)

He was drowned when the RMS Leinster was sunk by a U-boat in the Irish Sea whilst serving as a Hospital Orderly with the Reserve Depot and is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

13-Nov

Lt

CREESE, ALFRED RICHARD

He died whilst serving with No 76 Wing Training Sqn from natural causes, possibly resulting from his previous service in Italy and is buried in Highgate Cemetery.

23-Oct

2 Lt

CRESSWELL, RALPH NEAL

He was killed in action whilst flying in RE8, F6229 of No 6 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

01-Oct

Cpl

CREW, W C Served as DAVIES, THOMAS WILLIAM OWEN (281207)

He died, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Disciplinarian with the Recruit Training Wing and is buried in Egham (St Jude's) Cemetery.

27-May

Cpl

CRICHTON, GEORGE ANDERSON (49182)

He was killed in an air raid on Fismes aerodrome whilst serving as a Fitter (General) with 52 Sqn and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

10-Oct

AM2

CRICHTON, WILLIAM (141462)

He was drowned when the RMS Leinster was sunk by a U-boat in the Irish Sea whilst serving as Fitter (Aero Engine) with No 19 Training Sqn and is buried in Grangegorman Military Cemetery.

07-Oct

Sgt

CRIDLAN, ALBERT LESLIE (100074)

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, E2591 of No 11 Sqn, which was shot down by a fighter of Jasta 1 and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

29-Sep

2 Lt

CRISTIANI, FRANCIS RICARDO

He was killed in action whilst flying SE5A, D6982 of No 84 Sqn and is buried Doingt Communal Cemetery Extension.

26-Jun

2 Lt

CRITCHLEY, BURTON

He died from wounds sustained whilst flying Camel, D1777 of No 80 Sqn, when it was hit by AA fire and is buried in Pernes British Cemetery.

08-Nov

Flt Cdt

CRITCHLEY, GEORGE EDGAR (176081)

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504K, D2117 of No 42 Training Sqn, which crashed and is buried in St Helens Cemetery, however a cause for the crash was not apparent.

25-Nov

AM2

CRITCHLEY, HENRY (140774)

He died, cause unknown, in Davidson Road War Hospital, Croydon whilst serving as a Carpenter with the Aircraft Acceptance Park (Kenley?) and is buried in Blackburn Cemetery.

02-Apr

2 Lt

CRITCHLEY, ROLAND

He was killed in action whilst flying in Bristol F2B, A7286 of No 22 Sqn, which was last seen going down in flames and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

19-Sep

Lt

CROCKETT, WALLACE JOHN

He was killed whilst flying RE8, E261 of No 34 Sqn in Italy and is buried in Montecchio Precalcino Communal Cemetery Extension.

29-May

AM2

CROFT, FRANK RICHARD (90116)

He was killed in an accident whilst serving as a Wireless Operator with No 12 Sqn (attached to 3rd Brigade) and is buried in Wailly Orchard Cemetery

31-Aug

Lt

CROMBIE, WILLIAM EDGAR

He was killed in action whilst flying O/400, C9668 of No 215 Sqn and is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

01-Jul

2 Lt

CRONE, LEONARD

He was killed whilst flying RE8, B4069 of No 47 Training Sqn, which is presumed to have folded up in an extreme dive and is buried in Lincoln (Newport) Cemetery.

09-Nov

2 Lt

CROOK, HENRY EDWARD

He was killed whilst flying Camel, F2027 of No 50 Training Depot Station, crashed after its wings collapsed as it pulled out of a dive.  He is buried in Hampstead Cemetery.

29-Jul

Pte

CROOME, JAMES CHARLES (22324 Sussex Reg)

He was attached to the RAF from the 2/6th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment and died whilst serving in India and is commemorated on the Delhi Memorial (India Gate).

13-Sep

2 Lt

CROSBY, EDWARD ENO

He was the pilot of DH9, D1670 of No 99 Sqn on a raid against Arnaville.  2 Lt Crosby was shot down and his aircraft broke up in the air, coming down in the American front lines.  He is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

31-Oct

2 Lt

CROSBY, HAROLD EDWARD

He was killed whilst flying in Camel, F6426 of No 61 Sqn, spun into the ground and is buried in  Eastwood (St Laurence and All Saints) Churchyard.

11-Oct

Mem

CROSS, AMELIA (5981)

A member of WRAF, she died whilst serving with No 7th Aeroplane Acceptance Park, and is buried in Woolwich Cemetery.

29-Jul

2 Lt

CROSS, ARTHUR MOULTER

He was killed whilst flying RE8, C2385 of No 20 Training Sqn, which spun into the ground and is buried in Blackpool Cemetery.

30-Jun

Pte 2

CROSSLAND, CHARLES (127366)

He died in Barracks Hospital, Coventry from pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer at No 1 Aircraft Acceptance Park and is buried in Coventry (London Road) Cemetery.

23-Oct

Lt

CROSSLAND, ERNEST FORD

He died from pneumonia whilst serving with No 43 Wing (Leaside) and is buried in Toronto (Mount Pleasant) Cemetery.

14-Aug

2 Lt

CROUCH, JAMES EDWARD

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, D6631 of No 46 Sqn, which was seen to go down in flames during combat and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

01-Nov

Clk1

CROXFORD, SIDNEY JAMES (76636)

He died in Carrington Military Hospital, Nottingham from pneumonia whilst serving as a Clerk (General) with No 3 Wing, Aeroplane Repair Section and is buried in Old Mortlake Burial Ground.

02-Jul

Cdt

CROZIER, GEORGE CHESTER (153518)

He was killed whilst flying a Curtis JN-4 of No 88 Training Sqn, which spun into the ground and is buried in Orangeville (Forest Lawn) Cemetery.

20-Sep

2 Lt

CRUISE, MILTON GEORGE

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, E4409 of No 203 Sqn, which was last seen in combat and is buried in Quent Road Cemetery, Buissy.

20-Nov

Capt

CRUMMEY, FRANCIS CYPRIAN

He died in 2nd Red Cross Hospital, Rouen from influenza and broncho-pneumonia whilst serving with No 27 Sqn and is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.

16-Oct

2 Lt

CRUMP, FRANCIS LAURENT DELSANX

He died from wounds sustained the previous day whilst flying in RE8, E246 of No 21 Sqn and is buried in Lapugnoy Military Cemetery.

11-Aug

2 Lt

CRYAN, JOHN SCARISBRICK

He was killed in action whilst flying in DH9, C1207 of No 218 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in Zeebrugge Churchyard.

06-Oct

AM3

CRYER, JAMES EDWARD (56684)

He died in No 3 General Hospital, Rouen from gun shot wounds to the chest whilst serving as a Wireless Operator with No 1 Aircraft Depot attached to No 3 Sqn AFC and is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.

20-May

Lt

CRYSLER, CARLETON AQUILLA

He was killed in action whilst flying Dolphin, C3807 of No 23 Sqn and is buried in Adelaide Cemetery, Villers-Bretonneux.

21-Jul

Lt

CUFFE, RICHARD THOMAS

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, F2103 of No 54 Sqn, which was lost in combat and is buried in Coulommiers Communal Cemetery.

07-Aug

Cpl

CULLIMORE, CHARLES HULBERT (223930)

A Disciplinarian, he was killed in action whilst flying in DH9, C6289 of No 206 Sqn during the Zeebrugge raid and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

06-Nov

Pte 2

CULLIS, ALBERT (262943)

He died in the Auxiliary Hospital, Cheltenham, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Labourer with No 9 (Observers) School of Aeronautics and is buried in Wolverhampton Borough Cemetery.

05-Sep

Lt

CUMMING, HERBERT WILLIAM MACKARSIE

He died of wounds sustained on 3 Sep 1918 whilst flying Camel, F3242 of No 204 Sqn and is buried in Dunkirk Town Cemetery.

30-Aug

AM2

CUMMINGS, JOHN (92536)

He had been serving as a Sailmaker but was discharged in March 1918 as being physically unfit for war service, later dying, cause unknown and is buried in Paisley (Hawkhead) Cemetery.

21-Nov

Sgt

CUMMINS, ALFRED GEORGE (1174)

He died in 6 CCS from influenza whilst serving as a Carpenter with No 98 Sqn and is buried in Auberchicourt British Cemetery.

17-Aug

Lt

CUNNINGHAM, HAROLD SHERRATT

A member of 47th Bn Canadian Infantry attached to the RAF, he was died from wounds sustained whilst serving on the Western Front and is buried in Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre.

22-Aug

2 Lt

CUNNINGHAM, JAMES BRIGHTWELL

He was killed in action whilst flying DH4, F6169 of No 205 Sqn, which dived into ground after stalling in a turn as it attempted to land on its return from a bombing raid and is buried in Wavans British Cemetery.

06-Jun

Lt

CUNNINGHAM, MICHAEL FRANCIS

He was killed in action whilst flying DH4, B2080 of No 27 Sqn, which was last seen under control to the west of Chaulnes and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

30-Aug

2 Lt

CUNNINGHAM, P J

He was the pilot of DH4, A7783 of No 55 Sqn on a raid against Thionvile. Attacked by enemy fighters after dropping their bombs, both Cunningham and his observer were wounded but the Cunningham managed to regain the Allied lines and crash land, however, he died of his wounds shortly after landing and his observer died later that day. He is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

10-Aug

Flt Cdt

CUNNINGHAM, RONALD (100453)

He was killed whilst flying RE8, D6742 of No 35 Training Depot Station (Thetford), which spun into the ground from a turn and is buried in Luton General Cemetery.  His service records state he was killed on 16 Aug 1918?

26-Oct

Flt Cdt

CURRIE, JOSEPH EDWARD (175575)

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504K, E3668 of No 31 Training Depot Station and is buried in Romford Cemetery.

16-Jul

2 Lt

CURRIE, WALTER HOWARD

He was the observer to Lt E Blythe in DH4, D8392 of No 55 Sqn on a raid against Thionville.  They were attacked by enemy fighters and Currie was wounded.  Blythe left the formation to head for Allied lines but Currie died of his wounds.  He is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

21-Aug

2 Lt

CURTIS, HERBERT CECIL

He was killed whilst flying DH4, F6112 of No 107 Sqn, which was shot down by enemy fighters and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

04-Nov

Lt

CURTIS, HUBERT JAMES

He was killed in action whilst flying Dolphin, C8165 of No 87 Sqn, which failed to return from a patrol and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

08-Nov

Boy

CURTIS, THOMAS CLEAVE (159689)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving with No 11 Training Depot Station and is buried in Kenwyn (St. Kenwyn) Churchyard.

30-May

AM1

CUSENS, FREDERIC DOUGLAS (65091)

A Wireless Operator, he died in 2 Stationary Hospital, Abbeville from wounds (gas) whilst attached to No 3 Sqn AFC from No 21 Sqn and is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension.

28-Aug

Lt

CUTHBERT, JOHN BRYAN

He was killed in action whilst flying RE8, F5878 of No 13 Sqn, which failed to return from a recce sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

08-Apr

Capt

CUTHBERTSON, GEORGE CHAPMAN

He died from wounds sustained on 1 April 1918 whilst flying Camel, D6529 of No 54 Sqn and is buried in St Sever Cemetery, Rouen.

24-Jun

Lt

CUTMORE, WILLIAM CECIL

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D1012 of No 206 Sqn, which failed to return from a long recce and is buried in Bouchoir New British Cemetery.

09-May

2 Lt

CUTTLE, GEORGE ROBIN

He was killed in action whilst flying in DH9, C6094 of No 49 Sqn, which was last seen gliding down under control east of Bray during combat and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

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