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RAF Casualties 1919 - N


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

05-Mar

2AM

NALDER, WILLIAM ALFRED

He died from pneumonia whilst serving with No 9 Balloon Section and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

31-Jan

LAC

NAPIER, ERNEST WALTER

He had been serving at No 1 Aeroplane Supply Depot but died in the Royal Soutern Hospital, Toxteth Park from nephritis and is buried in Kensal Green (All Souls') Cemetery.

07-Jul

Lt

NAYLOR, LEYLAND ASHWELL

The unit he was serving with is not known at the moment but he drowned and is buried in Winnipeg (Elmwood) Cemetery.

12-Apr

LAC

NEWARK, A E

He died from influenza in No 44 Casualty Clearing Station whilst serving with HQ, 2nd Brigade and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

28-Jan

1AM

NEWSON, JAMES

He died from cardiac failure whilst serving with No 2 Navigation and Bomb Dropping School and is buried in the City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery.

25-Feb

2 Lt

NEWTH, WILLIAM BERNARD

He died from influenzam lobar pneumonia and heart failure whiserving with No 60 Sqn and is buried in Stonehouse (St Cyr) Churchyard Extension.

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.

24-Jan

Lt

NICHOLS, EDGAR

He was killed whilst flying DH9, D1117 of No 35 Training Depot Station, which stalled and spun in from 400 ft during a turn after taking off, he is buried in Cambridge City Cemetery.

11-Feb

AC2

NICKLESS, JOHN

He died from influenza whiolst serving with No 79 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

28-Mar

LAC

NORRIS, JAMES

He died from a ruptured aortic aneurysm and is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension.

10-May

Lt

NORTON, GEORGE

He died in the Empire Hospital, Vincent Square from injuries sustained whilst flying Bristol F2B, C4799 of 5 Sqn, No 1 Observers School of Aerial Gunnery on 30 Oct 1918 and is buried in Lisbon (St George) British Churchyard.

13-Jun

LAC

NOURSE, P L

He died from nephritis whist serving at the Base Depot (Egypt) and is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.

24-Feb

2 Lt

NUNAN, NOEL DANIEL

He died in captivity from wounds sustained whilst serving in North Russia and is commemorated on the Archangel Memorial.

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

27-Jun

Lt

NASH, PERCIVAL SWABY

Moose Jaw Cemetery

26-Feb

Mem

NEAL, ROSE EDITH

WRAF.  Lambeth (Tooting) Cemetery

10-Jun

AC2

NEARNE, C

Birmingham (Lodge Hill) Cemetery

28-Feb

LAC

NEWELL, JOHN ALBERT

22nd Balloon Coy.  Heptonstall Slack Baptist Cemetery

24-Sep

Capt

NICHOL, EDWARD FRANK MC

Margate Cemetery, Kent

16-Apr

Mem

NICHOLSON, MAY PHILLIPS

WRAF.  Cathcart Cemetery

26-Feb

AC1

NIGHTINGALE, CHARLES HENRY

Wandsworth (Streatham) Cemetery

10-Apr

Cpl

NODINE, LEWIS CHARLES

Torquay Cemetery and Extension

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