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RAF Casualties 1919 - A


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

15-Mar

1AM

ADAM, DAVID SMITH

He was serving with No 25 Sqn and was accidentally drowned, he is buried in Marcinelle New Communal Cemetery.

27-Mar

2AM

ADAMS, A

He was serving with No 114 Sqn and was killed in an aeroplane accident, he is commemorated on the Delhi Memorial (India Gate).

06-Mar

Capt

ADAMS, ALLEN PERCY DFC

He was killed in Mesopotamia (Iraq) whilst serving with No 47 Sqn and is shown as a battle casualty, he is buried in Tehran War Cemetery.

15-Apr

3AM

ADAMS, CECEL HY EDWARD

He was serving at the "X" Engine Repair Depot and died in the Government Fever Hospital from smallpox, he is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.

16-Feb

Pvt 2

ADAMS, F J

He was serving with No 5 Group at Dunkirk and died from Bronho Pneumonia, he is buried in Dunkirk Town Cemetery.

26-Oct

AC2

ADAMS, HERBERT GEORGE

He died from Phthisis and is commemorated on the Haidar Pasha Memorial.

22-Apr

Capt

ADKINS, REGINALD

He was killed in a flying accident when Handley Page 0/400 F3758 of No. 2 School of Navigation and Bomb Dropping crashed into the roof of a building taking off at night from Andover.  He is buried in Penton Mewsey (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.

11-Mar

1AM

ALEXANDER, DONALD WILLIAM

He was serving with No 98 Sqn and died fron bronchopneumonia, he is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

01-Nov

LAC

ALLEN, ALFRED JOHN

He was serving in the UK and committed suicide.

12-Mar

2 Lt

ALLEN, CHARLES ARTHUR

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying in  a Bristol F2B of No 48 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

09-Jan

2AM

AMOR, ERNEST HENRY

He was serving as a Draughtsman and is commemorated on the Brookwood (United Kingdom 1914-1918) Memorial, cause of death unknown at present.

10-Mar

Flt Sgt

AMOS, W G

He died from pneumonia in hospital and is buried in Farnborough (Victoria Road) Cemetery.

14-Nov

3AM

ANGEL, H

He was probably a Wireless Operator and was serving at I.T.W.S, he is buried in Luton General Cemetery, cause of death not known at present.

20-Feb

LAC

ARNEIL, DOUGLAS

He was serving as a wireless operator at 22nd Wing H.Q and is buried in Charleroi Communal Cemetery, cause of death bunknown at present.

07-Mar

Pvt 2

ARTHUR, H

He was probably a Labourer and was serving at Ripon Dispersal Centre, he is buried in Newcastle-upon-Tyne (All Saints) Cemetery, cause unknown at present.

24-Feb

Capt

ASHTON, CECIL GEORGE

He died from Influenza, Pneumonia and| Exhaustion and is buried in Hendon Cemetery.

29-Mar

Boy

ASHWORTH, RICHARD

He was serving with the Recruits Squadron at Cranwell and died in Lincoln County Hospital from cerebro spinal meningitis.  Lincoln (Newport) Cemetery

07-Mar

Capt

ATKINSON, RUPERT NORMAN GOULD MC, DFC and Bar

He died of pneumonia following influenza whilst on leave from No 90 Sqn in Germany.  He is buried in Great Berkhamstead (St Peter) Church Cemetery.

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

05-Feb

3AM

ADAM, JOHN

Recruits Training Wing.  Glasgow Western Necropolis

18-Dec

Cpl

ADAMS, J

RAF Calshot.  Hastings Cemetery, Sussex

22-Feb

Boy

ADDISON, WILLIAM BURNS

St Anne's-on-Sea Churchyard

08-Mar

2AM

ALLAN, J E

Bradford (Bowling) Cemetery

28-Feb

Mem

ALLEN, LOUISA

WRAF. Streatham Park Cemetery

05-Feb

Sgt

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER

Mechanic.  Dunfermline Cemetery

17-Jun

1AM

ANDREWS, HERBERT WILLIAM

New Brentford Cemetery

18-May

Clk 3

ATHERTON, FREDERICK

Stalybridge (St Paul) Churchyard

22-Mar

AC1

ATKINSON, GEORGE FREDERICK

No.1 School of Aerial Gunnery.  Skipton (Waltonwrays) Cemetery

 

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