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RAF Casualties 1919 - B


In the list below some non-commissioned personnel are shown with two ranks, the first is generally that shown in the CWGC Register whilst the one in brackets is that shown on their records or what it should have become on 1 January 1919 when the RAF introduced a new rank/classification structure for non-commissioned personnel.  Where only one rank is shown this appears on both the CWGC register and the service records.

03-Apr

2 Lt

BACKHOUSE, ST JOHN SALMON

He was killed whilst flying in an FK8, which failed to return from an operation and is buried in Sofia Cemetery.

09-Sep

Mem

BADCOCK, DOROTHY MARY (13929)

A member of the WRAF, she is buried in Bournemouth East Cemetery.

23-Feb

AM1 (LAC)

BAILEY, EDWARD (89313)

He was serving as a Fitter (General) with "M" Flight, No 1 Aircraft Depot and died in 29 Casualty Clearing Station from influenza, he is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

06-Apr

Lt

BAILLIE, WILLIAM MC

He was serving with No 49 Wing H.Q. and died from a fractured skull, cause unknown and is buried in Dalziel (Airbles) Cemetery.

22-Feb

AM1 (LAC)

BAIN, ROBERT TAYLOR (119639)

He was serving as a Motor Cyclist with No 25 Sqn and died from influenza in 47 Casualty Clearing Station, he is buried in Maubeuge-Centre Cemetery.

02-Apr

Capt

BAINBRIGGE, WILLIAM ARTHUR DE LANNOY YATES

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504K, H1963 of the Wireless Telephony School, which crashed and is buried in Bournemouth East Cemetery.

26-Feb

Lt

BALCH, PERCY FREDERICK

He was killed in Grimsby after being demobilised and is buried in Grimsby (Scartho Road) Cemetery.

10-Feb

Pte

BALDACCHINO, R (500317)

He was serving at Spinola and died from natural causes, he is buried in Addolorata Cemetery.

02-Jun

Pte 1

BALDWIN, WILLIAM GEORGE (33194)

He had been discharged on 3 May 1918 suffering from a gastric ulcer but his cause of death is unknown and is buried in Abbots Langley (St Lawrence) Churchyard.  Prior to discharge he had been serving as a Batman at the Reserve Depot.

28-Jan

AC2

BALLARD, JOHN EDWARD (261193)

He had been serving as a Rigger (Airship) with 18th Balloon Base but was at home on demobilisation leave when he died from Syncope following heart disease and is buried in Leicester (Welford Road) Cemetery.

14-Oct

AC2

BALLIE, FRANK (135041)

He was serving as a Driver (Petrol) at Base Depot (Egypt) and died in the Citadel Military Hospital, Cairo from pneumonia and is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.  At the time of his death he was serving a 60 day sentence for being part of a mutiny.

22-Feb

Lt

BANKES, PERCY ABBOTT MC

He died from influenza and pneumonia in Fargo Military Hospital whilst serving with No 12 Training Depot Station and is buried in Deptford (Brockley) Cemetery.

08-Jun

Lt

BANNERMAN, GILBERT GUNN

He was killed whilst flying as the observer in DH9A, E9898 of No 110 Sqn, which was involved in a flying accident, he is buried in Belgrade Cemetery.

14-Feb

Capt

BANNISTER, EDWARD GENTLEMAN AFC

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying a Bristol F2B of No 111 Sqn and is buried in Ramleh War Cemetery.

04-Oct

Sgt

BANTING, THOMAS WILLIAM (115176)

He died in Cornelia Hospital, Poole from burns to his face, hands and knees sustained whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) at the Marine Training Depot and is buried in Wolverhampton Borough Cemetery.

07-Feb

AM2 (AC1)

BARBER, J (219786)

He was serving as a Blacksmith with 207 Sqn and died in 36 CCS from broncho-pneumonia, he is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

10-May

2 Lt

BARCLAY, JOHN GEORGE

He died from injuries sustained the previous day whilst flying DH4, H7121 of No 25 Sqn, which stalled at low level during a turn on landing and is buried in Mons (Bergen) Communal Cemetery.

13-Jan

Lt

BARKER, FRANK EDWARD

He died of injuries sustained whilst flying Snipe, E6149 when he flew into the ground whilst flying in fog at Holbrook whilst attached to the Central Despatch Pool and is buried in Chingford Mount Cemetery.

19-May

Capt

BARKER, LESLIE IVAN

A Flight Commander with No 7 Sqn, he was killed in a flying accident whilst flying a Bristol F2B of the unit and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.  He had been due to be appointed to a Permanent Commission on 1 Aug 1919.

16-Jan

Flt Cdt

BARNBROOKE, ARTHUR

He was killed whilst flying SE5A, F8997 of the Central Flying School, which crashed following an engine failure, and is buried in Upavon Cemetery.

04-Feb

Lt

BARNES, ARTHUR

He died in the General Hospital, Birmingham from Phthisis whilst home on leave from France, where he was serving as a Kite Balloon Officer and is buried in Birmingham (Yardley) Cemetery.

23-Feb

AM2 (AC1)

BARNES, JOHN (142963)

He died, cause unknown in 3rd Northern General Hospital, Sheffield whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with No 209 Training Depot Station and is buried in Sheffield (City Road) Cemetery.

17-Jan

2 Lt

BARNETT, THOMAS WILLIAM

He was serving with No 191 (Night) Training Squadron and died in the 1st Eastern General Hospital in Cambridge from acute appendicitis, he is buried in Goole Cemetery.

07-Feb

Capt

BARON, HAROLD HARTLEY

He was attached to the S.E. Area, (Non-Effective) Officers Pool and died from complications brought on by a disease contracted during the South West African campaign following appendicitis, he is buried in Oxford (Botley) Cemetery.

02-Apr

AC2

BARRETT, PERCY ALBERT (82959)

He was serving as a Batman with the Base Depot and died in No 36 Casualty Clearing Station from a duodenal ulcer, he is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

07-Apr

Sgt

BARTON, FRANK CLAUDE (210297)

He was serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with No 14 Training Depot Station and died in the Military Hospital, Fargo from tuberculosis, he is buried in Ashford (Willesborough) Cemetery.

28-Oct

AM3

BARTRUM, ARTHUR (112941)

He had been discharged on 2 Dec 1918 and is cause of death is currently unknown but he is buried in Marham (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.  Prior to discharge he was serving as a Driver with the Reserve Depot.

22-Apr

Maj

BATCHELOR, THOMAS ARCHIBALD

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.

18-Jan

AM1

BATE, JOHN THOMAS (38754)

He died from dysentery whilst serving as a Driver at the Salonika Aircraft Park and is buried in Mikra British Cemetery, Kalamaria.

14-Feb

AM2 (AC1)

BATEMAN, JOHN NEWMAN (303627)

He was serving as a Batman with No 12 Aircraft Park (prior to which he was with No 73 Sqn) and died in No 55 Casualty Clearing Station from broncho-pneumonia, he is buried in Charleroi Communal Cemetery.

04-Jan

AM2

BAUGH, LESLIE REDVERS

He was serving with No 2 Fighting School (Marske) and was killed with he collided with a train whilst riding a motorcycle, he is buried in Melcombe Regis Cemetery.

27-Feb

LAC

BEAL, AUBREY STEVENS (410406)

He died, cause unknown, whilst on demobilisation leave having previously served as a Clerk (General) at Spinola Camp, Malta and is buried in Mexborough Cemetery.

08-May

Capt

BEANLANDS, BERNARD PAUL GASCOIGNE MC

He was killed whilst flying SE5A, B109 of No 30 Training Depot Station which spun into the ground after stalling on take off at Northolt and is buried in Sevenoaks (St Nicholas) Churchyard

08-Mar

Pte 2 (AC2)

BEAR, EDWARD MARSHALL (303885)

He was serving as a Batman with the School of Photography and died in the Cambridge Hospital, Aldershot, as the result of an accident he is buried in Sudbury Cemetery.

15-Feb

AC2

BEATTIE, FRANCIS STEVEN (190587)

He died from pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer at East Fortune and is buried in Forgue Parish Churchyard.

24-Feb

Pte 2

BECKETT, GILBERT GEORGE (238969)

He was discharged on 19 Dec 1918 suffering from prostate cancer, from he presumably died, whilst serving as a Labourer at Manston and is buried in Overstrand (St Martin) Churchyard.

29-Mar

2 Lt

BELL, ARCHIBALD McCUTCHEON.

He was on the establishment of the Dispersal Centre (Kinross) when he died at home from acute pneumonia and influenza, he is buried in Corstorphine Parish Churchyard.

12-Jul

AM1

BELZARD, R B DFM  He served as BROCK (212506)

He served as a Magneto Repairer at Polegate before being repatriated to Canada, where he drowned in the Muskobea Lakes, Northern Ontario and is buried in Hamilton Cemetery.

04-Mar

AM2 (AC1)

BENJAMIN, DAVID (24468)

He died in the City of London Military Hospital from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Blacksmith with No 166 Sqn and is buried in/or was cremated at Islington Cemetery and Crematorium.

31-Jul

Flt Sgt

BENNETT, ALFRED (33170)

He had been discharged as a Fitter (Aero Engine) from the Depot Detachment (Halton Camp) on 13 Feb 1919 but his cause of death is currently unknown and he is buried in Leicester (Belgrave) Cemetery.

16-Feb

LAC

BENNETT, FRANK (62175)

He was on the strength of the Dispersal Centre, Forvant having previously served as an Electrician at No 1 (Southern) Aircraft Repair Depot and died at home, Grove House, Newport Road, Aldershot from pneumonia, he is buried in Aldershot Civil Cemetery.

28-Jan

Pte 2

BENNETT, SAMUEL (265235)

He was killed in an accident whilst serving as a Labourer with No 42 Balloon Section and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.

10-Mar

Sgt

BENT, WILLIAM ERNEST (8970)

He was serving as a Rigger (Aero) with No 25 Sqn and died in 5 CCS from broncho-pneumonia, he is buried in Maubeuge (Sous-le-Bois) Cemetery.

14-Jul

Pte 1 (AC1)

BERESFORD, WILLIAM (91930)

He had been discharged from the Dispersal Centre, Ripon on 6 Apr 1919 but the cause of his death is unknown and he is buried in Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Byker and Heaton) Cemetery.  Prior to discharge he had served as a Labourer with No 1 Training Depot Station.

30-Jan

2 Lt

BERKELEY, CHRISTOPHER

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504K, F96710 of No 30 Training Depot Station, which collided with another aircraft of the same unit and is buried in Hendon (St Mary) Churchyard.

01-Nov

AC2

BERRY, WILLIAM ARTHUR (309551)

He died in 27th General Hospital, cause unknown whilst serving as a Armourer with No 206 Sqn and is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.

28-Feb

Pte 1 (LAC)

BEST, FRANCIS (135240)

He died in Bath War Hospital, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Labourer at No 7 School of Military Aeronautics and is buried in Preston (New Hall Lane) Cemetery.

14-Feb

Sgt

BESWICK, EDWARD

He was serving as a Rigger (Airship) with No 13 Balloon Company and died in 48 CCS from influenza, he is buried in Belgrade Cemetery.

02-Feb

Boy

BETTS, LAWRENCE EDWARD (159164)

He serving at No 1 (Southern) Aircraft Repair Depot when he died in the Connaught Hospital in Aldershot from Blympha sycoma and is buried in Nunhead (All Saints) Cemetery.

08-Jan

Cpl

BIGNALL, HARRY (6407)

He was serving at No 2 Aircraft Supply Depot and died from broncho-pneumonia and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

16-Feb

Sgt Maj 1

BILLING, BERTIE (232) MSM

He was serving as a Technical Officer with No 20 Sqn and died in 55 CCS from broncho-pneumonia, he is buried in Charleroi Communal Cemetery.

26-Jan

Lt

BIRCH, EDWARD CECIL

He had returned to the UK in Jan 1918 from No 48 Sqn and in March was declared unfit for service for a month but he probably didn't return to duty as he died at home from a long and painful illness, pulmonary tuberculosis and enteritis, contracted on active service and is buried in Surbiton Cemetery.

07-Apr

AC2

BIRD, ALFRED OWEN (126300)

He died in the Military Hospital, Tidworth from double pneumonia whilst serving as a Cook with No 3 Training Depot Station and is buried in St Pancras Cemetery.

22-Dec

Sgt

BIRD, HARRY (207897)

He had been discharged on 25 Jul 1919, his cause of death being currently unknown but he is buried in Tamworth Cemetery.  Prior to discharge, he had been serving as a Rigger (Aero) with No 2 Training Sqn.

10-Apr

Cpl

BIRT, ALBERT VICTOR (121597)

He had been drinking at a village inn on 30 March and was found the next day half frozen on the road with severe wounds on the back of his head, punctured lips and a black eye, with his watch and chain missing.  Taken to Stroud Hospital on 1 April, where he later died from his injuries, a verdict of murder by person or persons unknown being passed by the coroner.  Discharged from the RAF in March he had been serving as a Labourer at No 5 (Eastern) Aircraft Repair Depot (Cambridge) and is buried in Sheepscombe (St John) Churchyard Extension.

25-Feb

Cpl

BISCOE, FREDERICK ALBERT (7443) MM

He was serving as a Wireless Operator with No 5 Sqn and died in 21 CCS from broncho-pneumonia and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

14-Jul

Lt

BIZIOU, HENRY ARTHUR RICHARD DFC

He was killed whilst flying SE5A, D7014 of the RAE (Experimental Sqn), which collided with E3651 and is buried in Aldershot Military Cemetery.

17-Sep

AC1

BLACKMAN, THOMAS (282656)

A Rigger (Aero) 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.

23-Oct

AC1 or LAC?

BLACKWELL, ALFRED GEORGE (38414)

He had been discharged from Crystal Palace Dispersal Centre on 8 May 1919 and his cause of death is currently unknown but he is buried in Old Mortlake Burial Ground.  Prior to discharge he has been serving a Labourer with No 5 Stores Depot.

11-Mar

AC2

BLACKWELL, GEORGE (298635)

He died in Grove Military Hospital, Tooting Grove, cause unknown whilst serving as a Labourer with No 6 Stores Depot and is buried in Stockport Borough Cemetery.

22-Jan

Lt

BLAIN, CECIL WILLIAM AFC

He was killed whilst flying Camel, C158 of the Aeroplane Experimental Station at Martlesham Heath which crashed following parts of the aircraft breaking away in the air, he is buried in Ipswich Cemetery.

09-Mar

Boy

BLAKE, BERTRAM JACK FRANCIS (159637)

He died in the Cambridge Hospital in Aldershot from pneumonia whilst serving at No 1 (Southern) Aircraft Repair Depot and is buried in Hastings Cemetery, Sussex.

27-Mar

Cpl

BLOXHAM, SYDNEY (20741)

He died from pneumonia having been transferred to the Reserve on 14 Feb 1919, prior to which he had been serving as an Instrument Repairer with No 1 Aeroplane Supply Depot and is buried in Birmingham (Witton) Cemetery.

01-Mar

AC2

BLUMSON, HENRY JAMES (248216)

He died in 4 Stationary Hospital, St Omer from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as a Labourer with the Reinforcement Park and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

22-Jun

Lt Col

BODDAM-WHETHAM, ARTHUR COURTNEY DSO

He was serving as a staff officer at HQ, Middle East and was seriously injured whilst flying in Bristol F2B, C4728 of No 111 Sqn, which side-slipped into a spin from a steep turn at low level following an engine failure.  He died on the way to hospital and was buried with full military honours in Ramleh War Cemetery.

29-Jan

AC1

BODEN, JOHN (57341)

He was serving as a Storeman with No 3 Store Depot and died in Exeter Auxiliary Hospital, Barnstaple, from VDH and is buried in Barnstaple Cemetery.

22-Jan

Flt Sgt

BOHRINGER, FREDERICK GEORGE (13629)

He was serving as a Fitter (Aero engine) with No 139 Sqn and died in King George Military Hospital, Stamford from pneumonia, he is buried in Lambeth (Tooting) Cemetery.

26-Feb

AM3 (AC2)

BOOTH, HAROLD G (105621)

He died in Regents Park Military Hospital, Southampton, possibly from burns to his face sustained in Italy, where he had been serving as a Turner at No 7 Aircraft Park and is buried in Manchester (Philips Park) Cemetery.

09-May

AC2

BORTHWICK, JAMES (281701)

A Fitter (Aero Engine), he was killed whilst flying DH4, H7121 of No 25 Sqn, which stalled at low level during a turn on landing and is buried in Mons (Bergen) Communal Cemetery.

01-Nov

Flt Sgt

BOTT, ALBERT EDWARD (21352)

He was serving as a Rigger (Aero) with No 99 Sqn and died from a gun shot wound to his head, he is commemorated on the Karachi 1914-1918 War Memorial.

15-Jun

AM3 (AC2)

BOTTOMLEY, WILLIAM RUSSELL (124238)

He was serving as a Turner with No 47 Sqn and died in the Stationary Hospital, Abbeville from syncope due to compound fractures of both legs sustained in a railway accident, he is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery. Extension.

20-Feb

Sgt

BOUCHER, GEORGE EDWARD (223320)

He died in the Military Hospital, Bermondsey from pneumonia whilst serving as a Clerk at Crystal Palace and is buried in Lewisham (Ladywell) Cemetery.

06-Nov

Capt

BOURNE, RICHARD BALFOUR

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504J, C5971 of  the Equipment Park and Storage Depot, which spun into a building, hw is buried in Grangegorman Military Cemetery.

02-Mar

2 Lt

BOWER, FREDERICK

He had been admitted to the Cornelia Hospital, Poole on 22 January 1919, the day before he was demobilised and died from influenza and pneumonia, he is buried in Brighton and Preston Cemetery.

19-Jan

AM2

BOWYER, REGINALD ARTHUR JACK (188409)

A Fitter (Aero Eng), he was seriously injured when he was struck by a propeller at No 55 Training Depot Station on 22 November 1918 but died in No 1 Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge from acute dilation of the stomach and is buried in Midhurst Cemetery, Sussex.

24-Feb

Pte 2 (AC2)

BOXALL, FRANK (283561)

He died in 4 Northern General Hospital, Lincoln from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving as a Batman with 46 Training Depot Station and is buried in Farnborough (Victoria Road) Cemetery.

07-Mar

Cpl

BOXER, GEORGE HARRY(214343)

He was serving as a Storeman at No 2 Stores Depot and died in the Isolation Hospital at Chadwell Heath in Essex from pneumonia, he is buried in Ilford Cemetery.

29-Jan

Cpl

BRAGG, WILLIAM HENRY (206166)

He was a Rigger (Airship) but died in the Military Hospital, Bangor whilst serving at Llangafrie [sic] and is buried in Bangor (Glanadda) Cemetery.

13-Mar

Sgt Maj 1

BRETT, THOMAS (3640)

He died, cause unknown, having been discharged on 20 Fen 1919 as surplus to requirements and is buried in Thanington (St Nicholas) Churchyard.  His last posting had been as a Technical Officer with No 32 Training Depot Station.

01-Jan

AC2

BRICE, JAMES

He was or had been serving as a Rigger (Aeroplane) and is buried in Woodgreen (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.

28-Feb

AM2 (AC1)

BRIGHTY, FRANK GEORGE (219116)

He died at home on demobilisation leave from No 1 Dispersal Unit, Thetford having  previously served as a Fitter (Aero Engine) at Fishguard and is buried in Norwich (The Rosary) Cemetery.

24-May

AC1

BRISLEY, WALTER DANIEL ROBERT (106436)

He was admitted to hospital with bronchitis in December 1918 and then transferred to the UK where he died in Southmead Hospital, Bristol from heart disease and is buried in Margate Cemetery, Kent.  Prior to being invalided back to the UK he had been serving as a Coppersmith's Mate with the Base MT Repair Depot in France.

24-Feb

Mem

BROAD, ANNETTA ELLEN (NETTA) (17172)

She was serving in the WRAF with No 1 MT Repair Depot and is buried in Kingston-upon-Thames Cemetery.

11-Feb

Lt

BRODIE, ERIC BROWNLEE

He was killed whilst flying Snipe, E8169 of No 43 Sqn, which collided with Camel, E7228 of No 70 Sqn over Cologne and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

06-Nov

Cpl

BROOKER, WILLIAM HENRY (206860)

He died in 6 General Hospital, Rouen from septicaemia and malaria whilst serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with No 221 Sqn and is buried in St Sever Cemetery. Extension, Rouen.

10-Mar

LAC

BROOKES, ARTHUR (5487)

He was serving as a Fitter (General) at the Engine Repair Shops and died, cause unknown, in No 46 Field Ambulance, he is buried in Halle Communal Cemetery.

10-Feb

AM1 (LAC)

BROOM, LEONARD SAMUEL (84693)

He was serving as a Labourer with the Aero Service Unit and died in No 44 Casualty Clearing Station from lobar pneumonia, he is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

09-Oct

Pte 1 (AC1)

BROOMFIELD, JOSEPH CHARLES (300886)

He had been discharged through the Dispersal Station at Heaton Park on 14 Mar 1919, prior to which he had served as a Labourer with No 6 Sub Unit.  His cause of death is unknown but he is buried in Preston (New Hall Lane) Cemetery.

11-Oct

Pte 2 (AC2)

BROUGHTON, G possibly GEORGE (146378)

He had probably been discharged in 9 Mar 1919 as being unfit for further service and his cause of death is unknown but he was buried in Birmingham (Brandwood End) Cemetery.  If this is him, he had served as a Batman with No 45 Training Depot Station prior to discharge.  The service number 143094 shown on CWGC is incorrect.

01-Mar

AM3 (AC2)

BROWELL, JOHN LAIVER (101967)

He died in 20 Canadian Hospital, Orpington, Kent from nephritis whilst serving as a Rigger (Aero) with the Depot Detachment, Halton Camp and is buried in Morpeth (SS. Mary and James) Churchyard.

15-Jan

Capt

BROWN, CHARLES ADRIAN

He was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, D2218 of No 15 Aircraft Acceptance Park, which crashed in a flat spin and burst into flames, he is buried in Manchester Southern Cemetery.

12-Jan

AM1

BROWN, GEORGE ATKINSON (53103)

He was serving as a Motor Cyclist with No 207 Sqn and died from broncho-pneumonia, he is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

28-Apr

AC1

BROWN, J T (136034)

He died in Boundary Park Military Hospital, Oldham, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Telephone Operator with the Wireless Experimental Establishment and is buried in Oldham (Greenacres) Cemetery.

30-Dec

2 Lt

BROWN, JACK

He had been transferred to the Unemployed List on  15 Apr 1919, his cause of death being currently unknown but he is buried in Toronto (Prospect) Cemetery.  Prior to discharge, he had served as a Pilot with No 77 Sqn.

22-Jan

Clk 1

BROWN, JOHN (66953)

He was serving as a Clerk (General) at No 6 Stores Depot and died in the King George Hospital in London from pneumonia, he is commemorated on the Brookwood (United Kingdom 1914-1918) Memorial.

13-Feb

Lt

BROWN, JOHN HORACE

He died in Eaton Square Hospital from pneumonia whilst serving with No 50 Training Depot Station and is buried in Carleton Place United Cemeteries

17-Jan

Sgt Maj

BROWN, ROLAND (313641)

He was serving as a Rigger (Airship) with the Kite Balloon Training Sqn (Crystal Palace) and died in hospital in Woolwich from stomach cancer, he is buried in Plumstead Cemetery.

13-Feb

Sgt

BROWNLIE, JAMES G (148892)

He was serving as a Storeman with No 16 Training Depot Station and died from dysentery, he is buried in St Germain-au-Mont-D'or Communal Cemetery. Extension.

06-Jan

Lt

BRUCE, JAMES ANDERSON

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504, C5918 of No 27 Training Depot Station and is buried in West Kilbride Cemetery.

09-Mar

AM3 (AC2)

BRUNNER, ARTUS (276895)

He died, cause unknown, in Jarrow, presumably at home, whilst on the strength of the Dispersal Centre, Ripon prior to which he had been serving/training as a Fitter (Aero Engine) and is buried in Jarrow Cemetery.

24-Feb

LAC

BUCKLEY, GEORGE (29541)

He died in No 5 Casualty Clearing Station from broncho-pneumonia whilst serving as an Armourer with No 25 Sqn and is buried in Maubeuge (Sous-le-Bois) Cemetery.

21-Feb

AM2

BUDGE, ROLAND CHARLES (224645)

He died, cause unknown, whilst serving as a Driver (Petrol) with the Adriatic Group and is commemorated on the Brookwood (United Kingdom 1914-1918) Memorial.

18-Feb

Cpl

BUNNING, FRED BELLINGHAM (4052)

He died in No 11 Casualty Clearing Station from influenza and broncho-pneumonia whist serving as a Driver at No 1 Aircraft Depot and is buried in St Andre Communal Cemetery.

08-Mar

Pte 2 (AC2)

BURKE, THOMAS (302379)

He died at home, cause unknown, whilst on demobilisation leave, prior to which her had been serving as a Cook with the Aircraft Park, Egypt and is buried in Heywood Cemetery, Lancashire.

06-Mar

Lt

BURNAY, PERCY SAMUEL

He was killed whilst flying in DH4, A7940 of No 57 Sqn, which flew into trees in mist during a mail delivery flight and is buried in Theux Communal Cemetery.

12-Nov

AM3 (AC2)

BURRIDGE, WALTER JACK (158497)

He died at home from an accidental gun shot wound, having recently returned from No 1 Aeroplane Supply Depot in France, where he had been serving as a Rigger (Aero) and is buried in Southampton (Hollybrook) Cemetery.

03-Apr

Pte 2 (AC2)

BURTON, JAMES (282356)

He had been discharged on 18 Feb 1919 suffering from acute bronchitis and emphysema whilst serving as a Labourer at the Depot Detachment, Halton Camp, from which he presumably died and is buried in Stoke-on-Trent (Longton) Cemetery.

29-Dec

Pte 2 (AC2)

BURTON, THOMAS (129511)

He had been discharged on 8 May1919, his cause of death being currently unknown but he is buried in Bradford (Scholemoor) Cemetery.  Prior to discharge, he had been serving as a Batman with No 39 Sqn.

24-Feb

AM2

BUTLER, JAMES (210569)

He died in Endell Street Military Hospital from pneumonia whilst serving as a Driver (Motor Boat) with the Marine Training Section, Sandbanks Depot and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery.

28-Jan

Pte

BUTTERWORTH, CHARLES (287257)

A Cook, he was serving with "E" Section, Reserve Depot when he died, cause unknown and is buried in Bury Cemetery, Redvales.

 

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