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RAF Casualties 1919 - T


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

12-Oct

LAC

TAIT, LEONARD HENDERSON

47 Sqn.  Haidar Pasha Memorial

03-May

AC2

TAYLOR, CHARLES WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN

He died on the way to hospital having been shot by a member of the guard whilst serving with No 78 Sqn and is buried in Lugwardine (St Peter) Churchyard Extension.

05-Sep

AC1

TAYLOR, JAMES ROACH

He was killed whilst flying in Bristol F2B, F4330 of No 59 Training Sqn, which dived vertically into the ground, possibly following a structural failure and is buried in Hawarden Cemetery

02-Feb

AC1

TAYLOR, JOHN

He died from influenza whilst serving with No 23 Sqn or No 1 Aircraft Depot and is buried in Charleroi Communal Cemetery.

13-Aug

Lt

TAYLOR, NORMAN SAMUEL

He died from a fractured sjkull at Kolvisto whilst serving aboard HMS Vindictive and is commemorated on the Archangel Memorial.

11-Jan

AC1

TAYLOR, WILLIAM

He was burned to death in a accident at No 1 Aircraft Depot and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

06-Feb

2 Lt

THOMAS, PERCY

He was killed whilst flying Dolphin, D5339 of No 29 Training Depot Station, which stalled and crashed on take off and is buried in Sancreed Churchyard.

01-Mar

Flt Cdt

THOMAS, V G A

He died from injuries sustained playing football whilst serving with 3rd "C" Wing and is buried in Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery.

03-Jan

Flt Cdt

THOMPSON, CLIFFORD

He was killed whilst flying in DH9, B9383 of No. 1 Training Depot Station, which stalled and side-slipped into the ground from 300 ft at Wittering, he is buried in Rochdale Cemetery.

24-Oct

Lt

THOMPSON, DOUGLAS BLAXLAND

A member of No 47 Sqn, he was killed in action whilst flying DH9A, F1086 of 'A' Detachment, RAF Instructional Mission South Russia when a bomb dropped from its rack and exploded shortly after take off from Beketovka, he is commemorated on the Haidar Pasha Memorial.

04-Mar

LAC

THOMPSON, JAMES EASTON

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving with No 5 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

16-May

2AM

THORN, C

He died from miliary tuberculosis whilst serving with No 2 Balloon Section and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.

13-May

Lt

THORNHILL, ARCHIBALD GEORGE

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504K, E9239 of the Artillery Co-operation School, which crashed, reason not apparent and is buried in Lower Cam (St Bartholomew) Churchyard.

06-Mar

Lt

THORNTON, F O DFC

He was killed whilst flying DH4, A7940 of No 57 Sqn, which flew into trees in mist during a mail delivery flight and is buried in Theux Communal Cemetery.

24-Feb

Capt

THURSTON, DENZIL ROBERT

He was serving with the Airship Training Wing at RAF Cranwell, when he died of pneumonia following influenza in the 4th Northern General Hospital in Lincoln and is buried in Lincoln (Newport) Cemetery.

28-Feb

LAC

TICKNER, SAMUEL AMBROSE

He died in No 48 Casualty Clearing Station from pneumonia whilst serving with No 6 Reserve Lorry Park and is buried in Belgrade Cemetery.

08-Feb

1AM

TILLEY, WILLIAM WALTER

He died from poisoning when he was administered carbolic acid in an accident whilst serving at No 10 Aircraft Acceptance Park and is buried in Walton and Weybridge (Weybridge) Cemetery.

15-Mar

LAC

TIPSON, HENRY GEORGE

He died in hospital in Cambridge from influenza wilst serving with the Stores Park (Ely) and is buried in Camberwell Old Cemetery.

23-Dec

Plt Off

TISDALL, MICHAEL HENRY

He was killed whilst flying 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).

26-Feb

2 Lt

TODD, LESLIE GRAHAM

He died from influenza whilst serving with No 99 Sqn and is buried in Valenciennes (St Roch) Communal Cemetery.

27-Feb

Capt

TOLLER, RICHARD ARTHUR

He died at his parents home from influenza and is buried in Brompton Cemetery.

21-Apr

Lt

TOLLEY, CHARLES ROBERT

He was serving with the South-West Area Accounts Centre and was killed whilst flying Dolphin, C8096 of the South-West Area Accounts Centre, which dived into the ground near Beaulieu after stalling, he is buried in Aldershot Military Cemetery.

14-Jul

Capt

TONKS, ADRIAN JAMES BOSWELL

He died from injuries sustained whilst flying Pup, C480 of No 80 Sqn and is buried in Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery.

30-Mar

AC1

TOPPING, ERNEST

He died from influenza and pneumonia whilst serving at Halton Camp and is buried in Atherton Cemetery.

28-Feb

AC1

TRANTER, JOHN THOMAS

1st Aircraft Depot.  Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery

13-Mar

Lt

TRATMAN, LESLIE WILLIAM DRAYCOTT

He was serving with No 38 Sqn when he died from influenza and pneumonia in the 4th Northern General Hospital, Lincoln.  He is buried in Lewisham (Ladywell) Cemetery.

01-Mar

AC1

TREBESS, OSCAR

He died from bronchopneumonia whilst serving with No 1 Aircraft Depot, Mechanical Transport Reserve Park and is buried in Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.

03-Jan

1AM

TRESS, HENRY

He was serving in the Photographic Section, No 22 Wing attached to No 211 Sqn when he died from an accidental wound to his thigh and is buried in Charleroi Communal Cemetery.

06-May

AC1

TRICKER, ERNEST JAMES

He was killed in an accident whilst flying in Bristol F2B, D or E2721 of No 8 Sqn and is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille.

19-Feb

AC2

TRUSLER, G

He died in No 50 Casualty Clearing Station from bronchopneumonia whilst attached to RAF Unit HQ (sic) and is buried in Huy (La Sarte) Communal Cemetery.

23-Jun

Lt

TURKINGTON, IVAN

He was killed in an accident whilst flying a Dolphin of No 79 Sqn and is buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.

15-May

Lt

TURNER, BERTRAM ERIC NELSON

He was killed in a flying accident whilst serving with No 221 Sqn and is commemorated on the Haidar Pasha Memorial.

25-Apr

Lt

TWILTON, REGINALD JOHN

He was killed in a flying accident whilst serving with No 88 Sqn and is buried in Marcinelle New Communal Cemetery.

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

23-Feb

AC1

TATE, HERBERT JAMES

5 Training Depot Station.  Enfield (Lavender Hill) Cemetery

14-Oct

2AM

TAYLOR, JOHN

Birmingham (Warstone Lane) Cemetery

22-Feb

1AM

TAYLOR, JOSEPH WILLIAM

65 Sqn.  Sheffield (Burngreave) Cemetery

01-Mar

Sgt

THOMPSON, A S

102 Sqn.  Seaham Cemetery

26-Jan

Lt

THOMPSON, SIDNEY

27 Sqn.  Gateshead East Cemetery

25-Feb

Lt

THOMSON, J

East Wemyss Cemetery

16-Mar

AC2

TODD, J A

Crystal PalaceCamberwell Old Cemetery

14-Feb

2AM

TREEBY, F J

Coventry (Windmill Road) Cemetery

10-Nov

Sgt

TREWINNARD, S E

Shenley (St Botolph) Churchyard

12-Jan

Pvt

TUGMAN, FRANK

Barrow-in-Furness Cemetery

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