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RAF Casualties 1918 - I


04-Oct

2 Lt

IBISON, KARL GEORGE

He was killed whilst flying Camel, D9601 of No 213 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is buried in St Baafs-Vijve Churchyard.

06-Sep

Flt Cdt

IDDON, STANLEY RODGERS

He was killed whilst flying RE8, D4874 of No 40 Training Depot Station, which dived into the ground from a spin and is buried in Walton le Dale (St Leonard) Churchyard.

25-Sep

2 Lt

ILIFF, GEORGE

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, E4385 of No 213 Sqn, which failed to return from a sortie and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

19-Jun

Pvt 2

INCE, WILFRED ERNEST

He was killed/died whilst serving at the School of Technical Training (Detachment Hulton Camp) and is buried in Hull Northern Cemetery.

25-Aug

Lt

INCHES, ROBERT KIRK DFC

He was killed in action whilst flying O/400, D4592 of No 100 Sqn, which failed to return from a raid and is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

07-Apr

Sgt

INGHAM, FREDERICK

He was killed in an accident whilst serving with No 102 Sqn on the Western Front and is buried in Izsl-les-Hameau Communal Cemetery.

03-Sep

2 Lt

INGRAM, RAYMOND THOMPSON

He was killed in action whilst flying DH9, D7202 of No 98 Sqn, which failed to return from a bombing raid and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

19-Jul

Lt

IRVINE, VAN REUSSELAER VAN TASSEL

He was killed in action whilst flying Camel, F6150 of No 43 Sqn, which failed to return from an offensive patrol and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

09-Nov

1AM

IRVINE, WALTER BANNISTER

He died from pneumonia whilst serving with No 1 School of Navigation and Bomb Dropping (Stonehenge) and is buried in Bootle Cemetery.

11-Aug

Capt

IRVING, GORDON BUDD DFC

He was killed in action whilst flying Dolphin, E4432 of No 19 Sqn, which is believed to have been shot down inflames during a combat near Albert and is commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial.

02-Oct

Lt

IRWIN, ROBERT VALENTINE

He died from injuries sustained on 28 Jul 1918 whilst flying DH4, B2065 of No 18 Sqn, which was seen to go down under control behind enemy lines and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

07-Aug

2 Lt

ISAAC, WALLACE ALEXANDER

He was killed whilst flying RE8, C2307 of No 4 Sqn, which failed to return from a recce sortie and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

23-Oct

2 Lt

ISHERWOOD, HENRY

He was killed whilst flying in Camel, D8124 of No 72 Training Sqn, which crashed, possibly due to him fainting at the controls and is buried in Bolton (Tonge) Cemetery.

10-Aug

Sgt

IVINS, FREDERICK JOSEPH

He was killed whilst flying BE2e, C6915 of  No 59 Training Depot Station, when the wing extensions collapsed in an engine on dive and is buried in Saltley (St Saviour) Churchyard.

 

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