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RAF Casualties 1919   E


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

06-Mar

2 Lt

EARLL, HARRY

He was serving at RAF Eastchurch and died from a cerebral haemorrage and is buried in Eastchurch (All Saints) Churchyard.

15-Feb

AC2

EDWARDS, THOMAS AUGUSTUS JEREMIAH

He was serving with No 9 Aircraft Park and died from pneumonia, he is buried in Maubeuge (Sous-le-Bois) Cemetery.

02-Mar

2 Lt

EDWARDS, WILLIAM DAVIES

He was serving with No 61 Training Depot Station but died at home, 13 Plymouth Road, Sheffield from Typhoid and is buried in Sheffield (Burngreave) Cemetery.

07-Jan

2 Lt

ELLIOTT, A E

He died from injuries sustained the previous day whilst flying in Avro 504K, E1765 of No 16 Training Depot Station and is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery..

15-Jul

Capt

ELLIOTT, ARTHUR STANLEY DSC

He was reported missing and is presumed to have been killed whilst flying in HM Airship, NS11, he is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton

13-Jan

Flt Sgt

ELLIS, ALFRED WILLIAM

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504, C6018 of No 24 Training Depot Station, which collided with another aircraft and is buried in Sheffield (City Road) Cemetery.

22-Jan

Pvt 1

ELLIS, W

He died from a disease whilst serving with No 25 Balloon Section and is buried in St Andre Communal Cemetery.

22-Jul

LAC

ENGLAND, CHARLES HENRY

He was serving on board HMS Vindictive and accidentally drowned whilst bathing in the Gulf of Finland, he is commemorated on the Archangel Memorial.

09-May

Lt

EVANS, LLEWELLYN LEWIS MEREDITH AFC

He was serving with the Cenntral Despatch Pool and was killed whilst flying Bristol F2B, F4838, his body was recovered and is buried in Springfield (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.

07-Apr

2AM

EVANS, R

He was serving with No. 2 Aircraft Depot and died from influenza, he is buried in Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun.

20-Aug

Lt

EVANS, RICHARD RALPH

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying a Bristol F2B of No 5 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

26-Apr

AC2

EVERARD, C

He died from a fractured skull, cause unknown, whilst serving with No 12 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

15-Aug

Capt

EVERSDEN, ROBERT ERNEST

He was serving with No 47 Sqn and was killed in an accident, not flying, on the airfield at Ekaterindal and is commemorated on the Haidar Pasha Memorial

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

11-Aug

2AM

EDGAR, ALEXANDER STODDART

5 Training Sqn.  Rothesay Cemetery

12-Jul

Clk 3

EDGER, C

Exeter Higher Cemetery

21-Mar

Pvt

EDWARDS, R

Moston (St Joseph's) Roman Catholic Cemetery

16-Feb

2AM

ELLIOTT, GEORGE ROBERT

New Shildon (All Saints) Churchyard

13-May

Pvt 2

ELLIS, D C

Lampeter (St Peter) Churchyard

12-Feb

2AM

ELLIS, ROBERT JAMES

Stondon Massey (SS. Peter and Paul) Churchyard

07-Jan

Pvt

ESCRITT, ROBERT

246 Sqn. Eston Cemetery

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