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Casualties - September 1919


The fatal casualties listed below are those shown on the Commonwealth War Graves Register as having died due to World War One, however they can be divided into two distinct groups.

The first group are those who were still on active service at the time of their death and the second those who had been demobilised but whose death was attributed to their war service.

Group 1 - Died on active service

04-Sep

2AM

GREEN, A I

Archangel Allied Cemetery

04-Sep

2AM

SHAW, F C

He was killed/died whilst serving in North Russia and is buried in Archangel Allied Cemetery.

05-Sep

AC1

TAYLOR, JAMES ROACH

He was killed whilst flying in Bristol F2B, F4330 of No 59 Training Sqn, which dived vertically into the ground, possibly following a structural failure and is buried in Hawarden Cemetery

05-Sep

Lt

COULSON, WILLIAM EUGENE

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, F4330 of No 59 Training Sqn, which dived vertically into the ground, possibly following a structural failure and is buried in Epsom Cemetery.

09-Sep

2 Lt

LEWIN, PERCIVAL LIONEL THOMAS

He died in the RAF Hospital in Swanage from emphycema whilst serving with No 66 Sqn and is buried in Swanage (Northbrook) Cemetery.

10-Sep

Sgt Maj

COSS, A F DCM

He was or had been serving as a Disciplinarian at the Engine Repair Depot (Kantara) and is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.

17-Sep

AC2

BLACKMAN, THOMAS

He was killed whilst flying in DH4, F5783 of No 2 Communication Sqn, which crashed during a test flight and is buried in the City of Paris Cemetery, Pantin.

17-Sep

Flt Lt

COOCH, T A

He was killed whilst flying in DH4, F5783 of No 2 Communication Sqn, which crashed during a test flight and is buried in the City of Paris Cemetery, Pantin.

17-Sep

Lt

DAWSON, SAMUEL DFC

He failed to return from an operation whilst flying in either Sopwith 1 Strutter, N9055 or N9056 from HMS Vindictive, he is commemorated on the Archangel Memorial.

17-Sep

Lt

UNWIN, FRANCIS JOHN

He was killed whilst flying an aircraft from HMS Vindictive, which was shot down by Bolshevik forces during a bombing raid on Kronstadt and is commemorated on the Archangel Memorial.

19-Sep

LAC

NICHOLLS, E J

He died from malaria at Risalpur whilst serving with No 31 Sqn and is commemorated on the Karachi 1914-1918 War Memorial.

25-Sep

AC2

MORGAN, FRANK

He was killed or died whilst serving with No 48 Sqn and is commemorated on the Delhi Memorial (India Gate).

28-Sep

Capt

DARLEY, CECIL HILL DSC and Bar, DFC

He was killed whilst flying in Vimy, F8622 of No 274 Sqn, which crashed on landing at Rome and burst into flames, he is buried in Rome (Testaccio) Protestant Cemetery.

Group 2 - Died after demobilisation. Units shown in this section are probably the last unit on which they served prior to demobilisation.

02-Sep

AC

GRAY, P M

No. 2 Aircraft Depot.  Brest (Kerfautras) Cemetery

06-Sep

1AM

VIVERS, FRANK

9th Aircraft Repair Depot.  Bedford Cemetery, Beds

06-Sep

AC2

HORNER, R C

No. 1 Wireless School.  Newcastle-upon-Tyne (St John's Westgate and Elswick) Cemetery

06-Sep

Pvt 2

JACKSON, WILLIAM

Birmingham (Witton) Cemetery

07-Sep

Cpl

DUNNING, THOMAS ADOLPHUS

Air Constructional Service.  Woodgrange Park Cemetery, East Ham

09-Sep

Mem

BADCOCK, DOROTHY MARY

WRAF.  Bournemouth East Cemetery

12-Sep

2AM

GRAHAM, E A

Bebington Cemetery

15-Sep

2AM

MORRIS, WILLIAM HENRY

1st Advanced Salvage Depot.  Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension

15-Sep

Cpl

RICHARDS, OSSIAN EMANUEL

Weston Zoyland Cemetery

17-Sep

1AM

HADLOW, R V S

Blacksmith, Boxley (St Mary and All Saints) Churchyard

18-Sep

2AM

KIDDLE, D L

91st Wing.  Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille

18-Sep

Cpl

RODWELL, E J

Ashford Burial Ground

18-Sep

Flt Sgt

GOWDY, REGINALD COWELL

No. 2 Stores Distribution Park.  Fulford Cemetery.

18-Sep

Mem

CHURCH, ROSE MARIA

WRAF.  Bromley Hill Cemetery

19-Sep

AC1

KNOTT, S W

Melcombe Regis Cemetery

19-Sep

Cpl

DIX, A F

Fitter (Aero Engine), 12 Sqn.  Cologne Southern Cemetery

20-Sep

Flt Cdt

STEPHENS, ALEXANDER THOMAS

Teddington Cemetery

21-Sep

2AM

MOTT, A G W

Repair Depot, Farnborough.  Croydon (Mitcham Road) Cemetery

23-Sep

1AM

HARGREAVES, GEORGE WILLIAM

No 1 Aircraft Supply Depot.  Blackpool Cemetery

23-Sep

Boy

STAPLES, EDWARD WILLIAM

Portsmouth (Milton) Cemetery

23-Sep

Flt Sgt

WHITEHOUSE, C

Deptford (Brockley) Cemetery

24-Sep

Capt

NICHOL, EDWARD FRANK MC

Margate Cemetery, Kent

26-Sep

2AM

WILLCOX, FREDERIC RICHARD

North Russian Expeditionary Force.  Edinburgh (Comely Bank) Cemetery

26-Sep

2AM

WOOD, EDWARD GIBB

Vancouver (Mountain View) Cemetery

27-Sep

AC2

YOUNG, C K

"O" Section, (Halton Camp).  Halton (St Michael) Churchyard

30-Sep

2AM

GROVE, C

Nolton (St Mary) Churchyard

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