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RAF Casualties 1919 - I & J


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

11-Jun

Lt

INGLEBY, JOHN SEYMOUR

He was killed whilst flying DH10, E6043 of No 14 Aircraft Acceptance Park, which crashed on landing either due to an engine failure or the mismanagement of the throttles, he is buried Sonning (St Andrew) Churchyard.

10-Mar

AC2

INGLIS, THOMAS

He died from spinal meningitis and is buried in Carmichael Parish Churchyard.

31-Jul

2 Lt

IRELAND, EDWARD

He was serving with the Airship Training Wing (Cranwell) but was killed whilst flying as a passenger in Bristol F2B, E1969, which crashed after stalling in a climbing turn at low level and is buried in Liverpool (Toxteth Park) Cemetery.

13-Feb

LAC

JACKSON, THOMAS DOUGLAS

He died from influenza whilst serving with No 52 Sqn and is buried in Valenciennes (St Roch) Communal Cemetery.

16-Mar

Lt

JACOB, JOHN VICTOR REED

He died of cerebro-spinal meningitis in Wimereux, whilst serving with No 25 Sqn and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille

24-May

Lt

JACOBI, EDWARD WILLIAM SYDNEY

He was killed in an aircraft crash near Aldeburgh, whilst flying DH6, C7829 of No. 1 Marine Observers' School, which collied with C6861 of the same unit and is buried in Aldeburgh (SS. Peter and Paul) Churchyard

15-Jul

AC2

JACQUES, ALFRED THOMAS

He was drowned whilst flying in North Sea Airship No XI, which caught fire and fell into the sea, during a mine sweeper operation, he is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

10-Jul

Cpl

JAFFE, LOUIS HYMAN

214 Sqn.  Mazargues War Cemetery, Marseilles

29-Jan

AC3

JAMIESON, WILLIAM

He was reported missing on this date whilst serving with "X" Engine Repair Depot and was officially accepted as being killed or died on this date in May, he is commenorated on the Jerusalem Memorial.

15-Jul

AC2

JARRETT, THOMAS GEORGE

He was drowned whilst flying in North Sea Airship No XI, which caught fire and fell into the sea, during a mine sweeper operation, he is commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.

14-Feb

Capt

JEFCOATE, FRANK MBE

He was killed whilst flying an aircraft of No 111 Sqn, which stalled in a vertical turn near to the ground and is buried in Ramleh War Cemetery.

15-May

Capt

JEFFERSON, ELGIE BLYTH BARWISE

He was killed/drowned whilst flying DH4, H5894 of No 1 Communication Sqn which force landed in the Channel whilst carrying dispatches to Paris and is buried in Dunkirk Town Cemetery.

15-May

2 Lt

JEMMESON, GEORGE EDWIN

He was killed whilst flying in a DH9A of No 221 Sqn, which crashed and burst into flames during a raid against Chechan and is commemorated on the Haidar Pasha Memorial.

07-Feb

Lt Col

JENKINS, BASIL OLIVER CBE

He died from pneumonia whilst attached to the American Anglo Commission and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

15-Apr

2AM

JENNER, N W

He was undergoing training on Motor Boat 1138 of the Marine Training Depot, when he slipped overboard and drowned, he is buried in Chiswick Old Cemetery.

26-Feb

Capt

JOHN, FRANCIS ERNEST

He died of pneumonia following influenza, whilst serving with No 204 Sqn and is buried in Hampstead Cemetery.

31-Mar

1AM

JOHNSON, J E

He was killed in action whilst serving in North Russia, no further details, and is commemorated on the Archangel Allied Cemetery.

26-Feb

1AM

JOHNSON, THOMAS WILLIAM

He died in the Military Hospital, Dover from bronchopneumonia and is buried in Dover (St James's) Cemetery.

14-Mar

Flt Sgt

JOHNSON, THOMAS WILLIAM

He died in hospital at Gillingham from influenza and bronchopneumonia whilst serving at RAF Eastchurch and is buried in Deane (St Mary) Churchyard.

04-Mar

Flt Sgt

JOHNSON, WILLIAM

He was killed in an accident whilst serving at No 49 Training Depot Station, Catterick when he fell to the ground after being carried into the air by the mooring rope of a landing airship and is buried in Curdbridge (St Peter) Churchyard.

15-May

Pvt 2

JOHNSTON, G

He was serving with No 10 Mechanical Transport Repair Depot when he was found hanged, having apparently committed suicide and is Kensal Green (All Souls') Cemetery.

09-Aug

AC1

JONES, CYRIL ARTHUR

He was serving with the MT Repair Depot at Harlescott, Shrewsbury when he drowned whilst bathing in the River Severn and is buried in Worcester (St John's) Cemetery.

07-Mar

Flt Cdt

JONES, GWILYM SAUNDERS

He died from influenza in Canada and is buried in Aberdare Cemetery, Glamorganshire.

10-Jul

AC2

JONES, J E

207 Sqn.  Cologne Southern Cemetery

10-Mar

Cpl

JONES, JOHN

He died in the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving with No 1 Wireless School and is buried in Llanfihangel-Y-Traethau (St Michael) Churchyard.

23-Dec

AC2

JORDAN, A J S

He was killed whilst flying in Bristol F2B, H1551 of No 48 Sqn, which crashed after getting into difficulties at low level and is commemorated on the Delhi Memorial (India Gate).

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

06-Feb

Lt

ILLINGWORTH, FREDERICK WILLIAM

23 Sqn.  Edinburgh (Portobello) Cemetery

30-Apr

Cpl

INMAN, HARRY

Manchester (Gorton) Cemetery

26-Feb

AC2

INNERD, ANGUS

Mobile Unit.  Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Byker and Heaton) Cemetery

02-Mar

Sgt

JACKSON, IVOR JOHN

Abergavenny New Cemetery

06-Sep

Pvt 2

JACKSON, WILLIAM

Birmingham (Witton) Cemetery

10-Feb

2AM

JAMES, GILBERT WILLIAM

Wireless Telephone School (Chattis Hill).  Barnwood (St Lawrence) Churchyard

28-Feb

Flt Sgt

JAMES, LIONEL RANDOLPH

3rd Aircraft Repair Depot.  Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery

04-Mar

Cpl

JAMES, W J

19 Training Sqn.  New Brentford Cemetery

23-Jan

2AM

JEACOCK, FRANK

Birmingham (Key Hill) Cemetery

22-Aug

1AM

JOHNSON, O

Bedford Cemetery, Beds.

25-Feb

1AM

JONES, EDWARD POWELL

Stanley (St Anne) Churchyard

21-Feb

LAC

JONES, JOHN M.

Abergwynolwyn Fedw Cemetery

24-Feb

Bom

JONES, R

Ashton-in-Makerfield (St Thomas) Churchyard, Heath Lane Extension

19-Feb

2AM

JONES, R L

Connah's Quay Cemetery

15-Mar

Pvt 2

JONES, SIDNEY

Walkden (St Paul) Churchyard

23-Feb

1AM

JONES, WILLIAM

Brookwood (United Kingdom 1914-1918) Memorial

03-Mar

Pvt 2

JORDAN, C

Hull Western Cemetery

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