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RAF Casualties 1918 - Q


23-Sep

Pte 1

QUAYLE, JOHN (237904)

He was serving as a Labourer 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.

31-Aug

Lt

QUERRIE, HARRY WALKER

He was killed whilst flying Camel, E1532 of No 42 Training Depot Station, which spun into the ground due to having insufficient height to recover and is buried in Toronto (Mount Pleasant) Cemetery.

20-Oct

Capt

QUIGLEY, FRANK GRANGER DSO, MC and Bar

He had been an instructor in his native Canada and was returning to the UK, when he was taken ill with influenza on board the ship.  On arrival in Liverpool he was admitted to hospital, where he died two days later.  He is buried in Toronto (Mount Pleasant) Cemetery. At the time of his death he had been credited with 33 victories.

15-Oct

2 Lt

QUIN, JOHN EDWARDS

He died from injuries sustained whilst taxiing in Camel, D1880 of No 2 Fighting School when it was struck by a SE5A of the same unit and is buried in Hebburn Cemetery.

20-Jul

Capt

QUINAN, BARRINGTON CHADWICK

He died from pneumonia whilst serving in the UK and is buried in Cathcart Cemetery.

24-Jun

AM2

QUINTON, GEORGE PERCY (99609)

He died in 53 General Hospital, Boulogne from bronchial -pneumonia whilst serving as a Carpenter at No 1 Aeroplane Supply Depot, Repair Park and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.

30-Aug

2 Lt

QUINTON, JAMES GEORGE

He was the observer to 2 Lt P J Cunningham in DH4, A7783 of No 55 Sqn on a raid against Thionvile.  Attacked by enemy fighters after dropping their bombs, both Cunningham and Quinton were wounded but the pilot managed to regain the Allied lines and crash land, however, the pilot died of his wounds shortly after landing and Quinton died later that day.  He is buried in Charmes Military Cemetery, Essegney.

 

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