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RAF Casualties 1919 - P


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

27-Apr

Capt

PACE, W J

He was killed in a motor accident whilst serving with No 3 Communication Sqn, when a tyre on the car burst whilst taking evasive action to avoid a dog, he is buried in Heston (St Leonard) Churchyard.

14-May

Sgt

PAGE, ARTHUR BADEN

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying in DH9, D7380 of 206 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

03-May

Flt Sgt

PARRY, REGINALD TOM

He was serving with No 15 Aircraft Acceptance Park and was killed following a stall whilst carrying out aerobatics during a test flight in DH9A, J592 prior to a delivery flight to France, he is buried in Welsh Newton (St Mary) Churchyard.

22-Feb

LAC

PARRY, W

He died from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving with No 1 Aircraft Depot and is buried in St Andre Communal Cemetery.

18-Feb

Capt

PATEY, HERBERT ANDREW DFC

He died of double pneumonia whilst serving with No 210 Sqn and is buried in Hampstead Cemetery.

18-May

2AM

PAUL, JACK served as NEWMAN, J P

He was killed when he fell over a cliff at Mullion and is buried in Grade (St Grade and Holy Cross) Churchyard.

12-Jun

Lt

PAULL, J A

He was serving at HQ No 13 Group andwas killed whilst flying Avro 504K, F8985  which was blown into the ground by a gust of wind, he is buried in Worcester (Astwood) Cemetery.

06-Jul

AC1

PAYNE, HORATIO ALFRED

11th Wing H.Q.  Cologne Southern Cemetery

18-Feb

Capt

PAYNE, LEONARD ALLAN MC

He was killed in a flying accident whilst flying a Bristol F2B of No 48 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

03-Mar

Maj

PAYNE, STANLEY JAMES

He died from double pneumonia whilst serving with No 5 Aircraft Acceptance Park and is buried in Weston-super-Mare Cemetery.

08-Jan

AC1

PEARLBERG, NATHAN

He died from pneumonia whilst serving at the Airship Construction Station at Pulham and is burid in Plashet Jewish Cemetery.

21-Jun

AC2

PEEPS, CHARLES WILLIAM

He died from acute gastritis whilst serving at the Reserve Park and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

23-Apr

AC1

PEPLOE, CHARLES REGINALD

He was killed in an air-crash in France, whilst serving with No 6 Sqn and is buried in Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez.

21-Jan

2AM

PEPPER, A

He died in No 47 Casualty Clearing Station from morbus cordis (heart failure) whilst serving with No 13 Balloon Company and is buried in Maubeuge-Centre Cemetery.

13-Mar

2 Lt

PERCIVAL, ERNEST RUSSEL

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving with the Repatriation Sqn and is buried in Shorncliffe Military Cemetery.

01-Mar

Lt

PERCIVAL, JOHN FREDERICK SPENCER

He had been serving with No 206 Sqn but died in Southend-on-Sea from influenza and pneumonia and is buried in St Pancras Cemetery.

28-Apr

Maj

PERRIN, MAURICE NASMITH

He was killled whilst flying Bristol F2B, F5098 of No 14 Aircraft Acceptance Park, which dived into the ground after turn ing back to the aerodrome following an engine failure on take off and is buried in Walton and Weybridge (Weybridge) Cemetery.

01-Mar

AC1

PERRY, ARTHUR

He was on demobilisation leave attached to "E" Composite Section (Blandford) when he died from pneumonia and is buried in Birmingham (Brandwood End) Cemetery.

17-Feb

Pvt 2

PERRY, ERNEST JOHN

Having served at No 10 Training Depot Station, he died on demobilisation leave whilst at home from influenza and septic pneumonia and is buried in Bristol (Greenbank) Cemetery.

09-Feb

AC2

PHIPPS, WALDER JAMES

He died fom bronchopneumonia and is buried in Oxford (Osney St Mary) Cemetery.

09-Jan

2AM

PICKET, HARRY BRUCE

He died at home from influenza and is buried in Clarkson (Spring Creek) Cemetery.

23-Feb

1AM

PILBOROUGH, ARTHUR HENRY

He died from influenza whilst serving with the ASU and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.

16-Jan

AC2

PILKINGTON, JAMES

He was killed whilst flying in Avro 504, E3648 of No 48 Training Depot Station, which stalled and crashed following an engine failure during a contact patrol with the Palestine Brigade, he is buried in Halliwell (St Peter) Churchyard.

19-Mar

AC2

PLAICE, G.

He died in Paddington Military Hospital from chronic nephritis whilst serving with No. 5 Sub-Unit, General Duties Unit and is buried in or was cremated at East Finchley Cemetery and St Marylebone Crematorium.

20-Jan

3AM

PLUMB, WILLIAM ERNEST

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving with No 207 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

27-Feb

1AM

POLLICOTT, GEORGE WILLIAM

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving with No 107 Sqn and is buried in Maubeuge (Sous-le-Bois) Cemetery.

25-Jun

2AM

POOLE, MAURICE ARTHUR

"X" Aircraft Depot.  Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery

28-Feb

2 Lt

PORTER, WILLIAM

He died from anaemia whilst serving with No 83 Sqn and is buried in Mazargues War Cemetery, Marseilles.

18-Feb

Lt

PREECE, CHARLES EVERED

A member of No 2 Sqn, he was killed whilst flying DH9, F1179 of the Observers School of Reconnaissance and Aerial Photography, which dived into the ground from a turn at 400 ft and burst into flames, he is buried in Hanley Castle (St Mary) Churchyard Extension.

17-May

2 Lt

PRINCE, FREDERICK GEORGE

He was killed whilst flying in Handley Page O/400, D5439 of No 58 Sqn, which crashed on Centocelle aerodrome and is buried in Rome (Testaccio) Protestant Cemetery.

13-Feb

Pvt 2

PRYCE, THOMAS HERBERT

He died in Salisbury Road Hospital, Plymouth from pneumonia and is commemorated on the Brookwood (United Kingdom 1914-1918) Memorial.

17-Feb

Sgt

PYATT, WILLIAM FRANCIS

He died in London General Hospital from bronchopneumonia and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery.

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

05-Jun

2 Lt

PALLISTER, L H

Littleton (St Mary Magdalene) Churchyard

08-Mar

3AM

PARKER, DAVID

Mount Tabor Methodist Chapelyard

04-Apr

AC1

PARKES, ALBERT

Bilston Cemetery

23-Feb

Cpl

PARKINSON, CLARENCE

Stockport Borough Cemetery

11-May

2AM

PEARSON, W H R

Dundee (Balgay) Cemetery

07-Mar

2AM

PENNETT, GEORGE ERNEST

2 Training Depot Station.  Bradford (Bowling) Cemetery

03-Mar

Mem

PHILLIPS, ETHEL ALICE

WRAF.  No.1 Stores Depot (Regents Park).  Highgate Cemetery

03-Dec

1AM

PINCOMBE, ALFRED WILLIAM

Barnstaple Cemetery.

25-Jul

2AM

PLOWMAN, REGINALD ERNEST STEPHEN

Esher (Christ Church) Churchyard

26-Feb

Cpl

POLLOCK, EDGAR

Greenock Cemetery

20-Aug

Pvt 2

POLSON, C S L

Nairn Cemetery

27-May

Flt Sgt

PRICHARD, WILLIAM JAMES

St Arvans Churchyard

24-Feb

Chief Mech

PRIDDY, HENRY

Abney Park Cemetery

21-Feb

2AM

PRIEST, CECIL GEORGE PALMER

"A" Sqn.  Boyne Hill (All Saints) Churchyard

31-Mar

Cpl

PRIESTLEY, N

Wireless School.  Haley Hill (All Souls) Church Cemetery

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