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RAF Casualties 1919   O


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

30-Jan

AC2

OATES, JAMES

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving with No 22 Sqn and is buried in Halle Communal Cemetery.

15-Jul

Flt Sgt

O'CONNOR, CHARLES

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.

12-Feb

Sgt

O'FLYNN, PATRICK JOSEPH

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving with No 98 Sqn and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

11-Aug

Pvt 2

OGDEN, F

He died whilst was serving with No 13 Training Sqn at RAF Tern Hill and is buried in Stoke-upon-Tern (St Peter) Church Cemetery.

20-Feb

2 Lt (Cdt)

OLDFIELD, HENRY HAMMERSLEY

He died from infuenza and bronchopneumonia and is buried in Southport (Birkdale) Cemetery.

12-Apr

Lt

O'REILLY, NICHOLAS

He was serving at the Central Pay Office when he was killed on duty in a motor-cycle accident whilst attempting tro avoid a runaway horse and is buried in Deptford (Brockley) Cemetery.

22-Feb

Flt Sgt

OSBORNE, ARTHUR CLIFFORD

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving at No 1 Aircraft Depot and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

02-Apr

Lt

OTTEWELL, JOHN MILLER

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

AC1

O'BRIEN, PATRICK

21 Sqn.  Grangegorman Military Cemetery

14-Feb

2AM

OFFICER, D F

No.1 School Military Aeronautics.  Glasgow Western Necropolis

15-Feb

Sgt

OLLIVER, DENNIS

Brighton (Bear Road) Borough Cemetery

18-Apr

1AM

O'NEILL, WILLIAM FRANCIS

7 Sqn.  North Ormesby (St Joseph's) Roman Catholic Cemetery

08-Feb

Cdt

OUBRIDGE, DINSDALE JOHN ARTHUR

Nottingham Church Cemetery

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