List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1912

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The Royal Aero Club issued Aviators Certificates from 1910. These were internationally recognised under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale.

List[edit]

Aviator's Certificates awarded
in 1910
(1–38)
in 1911
(39–168)
in 1912
(169–382)
in 1913
(383–719)
in 1914
(720–1032)

Legend
      Individual was killed in an aviation accident.
      Individual was killed flying in military action.

Royal Aero Club certificates awarded in 1912 (nos. 169—382)
No. Name Date Comment
169 Lt. Garthshore Tindal Porter RA 9 January 1912[1] Used a Bristol Biplane at Salisbury Plain. After service in the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force died in 1957.
170 Lt. Amyas Eden Borton, Black Watch 9 January 1912[1] Used a Bristol Biplane at Salisbury Plain, served with the Royal Flying Corps during the first world war and retired as an Air Vice-Marshal in 1933.
171 Benjamin Graham Wood 9 January 1912[1] 1883-1967Was an engineer who used a Hewlett and Blondeau Farman biplane at Brooklands.
172 Sydney Vincent Sippe[2] 9 January 1912[1] Used an Avro biplane at Brooklands. Flew with the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service. On 21 November 1914 he attacked the Zeppelin sheds at Lake Constance. Sippe was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in 1915, he died in 1968.
173 Tom Garne 16 January 1912[3] Used a Bristol biplane at Brooklands.
174 Lt. Napier John Gill 16 January 1912[3] Author of "The Flyer's Guide: An Elementary Handbook for Aviators", 1917.
175 Frederick Bernard Fowler 16 January 1912[3] Founded the Eastbourne Aviation Company; in 1919, at the rank of Major, he was awarded the AFC (UK).[4] He was also a member of the 1921 Sempill Mission to Japan, for which he was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun (4th Class)[5]
176 Lt. Alan Geoffrey Fox RE 30 January 1912[6] -
177 Lt. Eric Mackay Murray 30 January 1912[6] 1886-1954Served in the Royal Flying Corps and was awarded the Military Cross and the Distinguished Service Order, retired in 1933 as a Group Captain in the Royal Air Force.
178 Giovanni Sabelli 30 January 1912[6] An Italian aviator used a Deperdussin Monoplane at Brooklands.
179 Frederick Warren Merriam[2] 6 February 1912[7] -
180 William Bendall 6 February 1912[7] -
181 Eng. Lt. Charles Russell Jekyl Randall 13 February 1912[8] -
182 Capt. Thomas Weeding 13 February 1912[8] -
183 Damer Leslie Allen 20 February 1912[9] Disappeared while attempting to cross the Irish Channel from Holyhead on 18 April 1912.[10]
184 Sydney Parr 20 February 1912[9] -
185 Lt. Bertram Richard White Beor RFA 20 February 1912[9] -
186 Marcel Desoutter[2] 27 February 1912[11] -
187 Lt. Stephen Christopher Winfield-Smith 27 February 1912[11] -
188 Lt. Cecil Thomas Carfrae RFA 27 February 1912[11] -
189 Herbert Dennis Cutler 5 March 1912[12] -
190 Victor Annesley Barrington-Kennett 5 March 1912[12] 2nd Lt in the London Balloon Corps used a Short biplane at Eastchurch. Killed in action flying a Bristol Scout on 13 Mar 1916 in Flanders while serving as a Major and commanding officer of No. 4 Squadron Royal Flying Corps.[13]
191 Lt. Clement Gordon Wakefield Head RN 5 March 1912[12] -Lt. Cmdr of HM Submarine D2 which was rammed and sunk by German Patrol boat in the North Sea off Borkum Island on 25th November 1914. Memorial on Portsmouth Naval Memorial for Officers killed in 1914 and in Seaford Cemetery.
192 Lt. Charles Longcroft 5 March 1912[12] RFC pilot, squadron, wing and brigade commander during World War I. First Commandant of the RAF College Cranwell.
193 Cyril Wright Meredith 5 March 1912[12] -
194 Capt. Patrick Hamilton 12 March 1912[14] Died in a crash in Deperdussin Monoplane 100 Gnome No. 258 at Graveley, near Welwyn, on 6 September 1912. Passenger Lieut. A. Wyness-Stuart (Aviator's Certificate no. 141) was also killed. The accident was considered to have been caused by "a part of the engine coming off and hitting the bonnet over the engine, smashing one of the wing wires, and thus loosening the wings".[15]
195 Cecil J. L'Estrange Malone 12 March 1912[14] Pioneer naval aviator and Britain's first communist member of the House of Commons
196 Major George Hebden Raleigh, Essex Regiment 12 March 1912[14] Used a Bristol Monoplane at Brooklands, killed in action 21 January 1915 off Belgian Coast,[16] flying a Vickers FB5
197 Ronald Louis Charteris 12 March 1912[14] Used a Deperdussin Monoplane at Brooklands, an aeronautical engineer with the All British Engine Company.[17]
198 George Prensiell 19 March 1912[18] A German engineer, used a Bleriot Monoplane at Hendon.[19]
199 William Ewart Hart 26 March 1912[20] (1885-1943) An Australian aviator who was the first to qualify in Australia, holding an Australian aviator's licence no.1, dated 5 December 1911.[21]
200 Capt. Francis John Brodigan 26 March 1912[20] -
201 Lt. Alexander Ernest Burchardt-Ashton, 4th Dragoon Guards 16 April 1912[22] Used a Bristol Biplane at Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.[23] He hit and killed a 15-year old boy at Larkhill in May 1912 when he landed too fast and ran into the crowd. Because of a lack of brakes at the time it was deemed an accidental death.[24] He resigned his commission in 1915,[25] and was killed in action in France on 11 July 1916 as a Lance Corporal with the Royal Fusiliers.[26]
202 Lt. F. A. P. Williams-Freeman RN 16 April 1912[22] -
203 Com. O. Schwann RN 16 April 1912[22] -
204 Capt. P. W. L. Broke-Smith RE 16 April 1912[22] Awarded Airship Pilot’s Certificate No. 2 on 14 February 1911[27]
205 Lt. L. C. Rogers Harrison 16 April 1912[22] Killed in air crash in a Cody Biplane on 28 April 1913 at Farnborough[28]
206 Sub.-Lt. C. H. K. Edmonds RN 16 April 1912[22] Awarded the DSO for his role in the Cuxhaven Raid in 1914; in 1917 made the first successful aerial torpedo attack i.e. from a Short Seaplane against a Turkish ship. He was an Air Vice Marshal during World War II.[29]
207 D. G. Young 16 April 1912[22] -
208 Lucien Alfred Tremlett 30 April 1912[30] Born in Paris in 1887 he took his certificate on a Bleriot Monoplane at Hendon.
209 Lt. John Dolben Mackworth 30 April 1912[30] Born in Wales in 1887 he took his certificate on a Bristol Biplane at Brooklands. Later a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Flying Corps involved with the development of ballons and kite balloons, he died in 1939.
210 Lt. E. F. Chinnery 30 April 1912[30] -
211 John Robertson Duigan 30 April 1912[30] -
212 Lt. H. C. Fielding 30 April 1912[30] -
213 Major Sir Alexander Bannerman, Bart., RE 30 April 1912[30] -
214 Lt. Alan Hartree RFA 14 May 1912[31] -
215 Lt. Gordon Strachey Shephard 14 May 1912[31] Rose quickly to the rank of Brigadier-General at age 32;[32] Commanding Officer of 1st Brigade R.F.C, died 19 January 1918,[33] when his Nieuport Scout span into the ground.[34]
216 Lt. Donald Swain Lewis RE 14 May 1912[31] Died on an inspection flight in France in 1916.[35]
217 Capt. Godfrey Paine RN 14 May 1912[31] First commandant of the Central Flying School at RAF Upavon; he attained the ranks of Major-General, Rear-Admiral and Air Vice-Marshal,[36] possibly the only person to have held flag, general and air officer ranks in the British armed services; he was also Inspector-General of the RAF and 5th Sea Lord/Director of Naval Aviation
218 Henry Charles Baird 4 June 1912[37] -
219 Hugh Percy Nesham 4 June 1912[37] -
220 Charles Lindsay-Campbell 4 June 1912[37][38] Killed at Brooklands in a Bristol monoplane on 3 August 1912 when the aircraft stalled after engine failure. [38]
221 Francis Henry Fowler 4 June 1912[37] -
222 Thomas O'Brien Hubbard 4 June 1912[37] 1882-1962 Served with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force 1914-1921, awarded the Military Cross and Air Force Cross, retired as a Royal Air Force Group Captain.
223 Montague Righton Nevill Jennings 4 June 1912[37] 1890-1976 Served with the Royal Flying Corps and was awarded the Military Cross and Air Force Cross in 1918, later served with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve during the Second World War.
224 Alphonse Potet 4 June 1912[37] A French mechanic used a Bleriot Monoplane at Hendon.
225 Richard Thomas Gates[2] 4 June 1912[37] Former Yeomanry officer he used a Howard-Wright Biplane at Hendon. Became general manager of the Grahame-White factory at Hendon, he was given a special duty commission in the Royal Naval Air Service at the start of the first world war. Died of injuries on 14 September 1914 a few days after his Henry Farman biplane crashed at Hendon returning from an anti-Zeppelin patrol.
226 Lt. David Percival RGA 4 June 1912[37] -
227 2nd.-Corporal Frank Ridd RE 4 June 1912[37] Using a Bristol Biplane at Salisbury Plain he becomes the first non-commissioned officer to become a pilot.
228 Lt. Leonard Dawes 4 June 1912[37] -
229 Lt. J. N. Fletcher RE 4 June 1912[37] -
230 Lt. Baron Trevenen James RE 4 June 1912[37] -
231 Marcus Dyce Manton[2] 4 June 1912[37] -
232 Staff-Sergeant Richard H. V. Wilson RE 18 June 1912[39] Died in a crash on Salisbury Plain 5 July 1912, in a Nieuport piloted by Eustace B. Loraine.[40]
233 Lt. Desmond L. Arthur 18 June 1912[39] Died on the morning of 27 May 1913 at Montrose when the upper starboard wing of his aircraft, a B.E. Biplane (No 205), broke, causing both starboard planes to collapse progressively. The Accident Investigation Committee decided that the primary cause of the accident was the failure of a faulty joint in a repair to the rear main spar. The Committee expressed the opinion "that the repair referred to was (...) so badly done that it could not possibly be regarded as the work of a conscientious and competent workman."[41]
234 Lt. Ercole Ercole 18 June 1912[39] Italian Army aviator used a Bristol biplane at Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.
235 Paul Dubois 18 June 1912[39] -
236 Capt. John Harold Whitworth Becke 18 June 1912[39] Royal Flying Corps aviator used a Bristol Biplane at Brooklands. Retired from the Royal Air Force as a Brigadier-General in 1920.
237 Norman S. Roupell 18 June 1912[39] -
238 Edward H. Morriss 18 June 1912[39] -
239 Capt. A. D. Carden 18 June 1912[39] -
240 Capt. Herbert Charles Agnew RE 2 July 1912[42] -
241 Lionel Boyd Moss 2 July 1912[42] -
242 Capt. T. Ince Webb-Bowen 2 July 1912[42] -
243 Vivian Hugh Nicholas Wadham 16 July 1912[43] -
244 P. L. W. Herbert 16 July 1912[43] -
245 A. Christie 16 July 1912[43] -
246 H. I. Bulkely 16 July 1912[43] -
247 E. V. Anderson 16 July 1912[43] -
248 Ronald Hargrave Kershaw 16 July 1912[43] Royal Naval Air Service aviator used a Howard Wright biplane at Hendon, later a Group Captain in the Royal Air Force, died in 1969.
249 K. R. Shaw 16 July 1912[43] -
250 R. A. Lister 16 July 1912[43] -
251 Harold Sweetman-Powell 24 July 1912[44] -
252 Lt. Hugh Lambert Reilly IA[45] 24 July 1912[44] -
253 Air Mechanic William Victor Strugnell 24 July 1912[44] -
254 Lt. F. M. Worthington-Wilmer 24 July 1912[44] -
255 Capt. Robert C. W. Alston 24 July 1912[44] -
256 Lt. Claude Albemarle Bettington 24 July 1912[44] Killed on 10 September 1912,[46] as a passenger of Edward Hotchkiss, when their Bristol Monoplane crashed due to the failure of a quick release cable fitment, which caused the fabric of the starboard wing to fail.
257 Capt. Charles Darbyshire 24 July 1912[44] -
258 Robert William Rickerby Gill 24 July 1912[44] -
259 Edward Petre 24 July 1912[44] Brother of Henry A. Petre, holder of Aviator's Certificate no. 128; killed 24 December 1912 at Marske-by-the-Sea, Yorkshire[47]
260 Lt. Francis FitzGerald Waldron 24 July 1912[44] -
261 Herbert Rutter Simms 24 July 1912[44] Used an Avro Biplane at The Roe School, Brooklands. Killed in action as a Flight Sub-Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service off the Belgian Coast 5 May 1916.
262 Pte. John Edmonds RMLI 30 July 1912[48] -
263 Sidney Pickles[2] 30 July 1912[48] -
264 Maj. John Frederick Andrews Higgins RFA 30 July 1912[48] -
265 Eng. Lt. Edward Featherstone Briggs RN 30 July 1912[48] -
266 Capt. Charles Percy Nicholas IA 30 July 1912[48] -
267 Lt. Kenlis Parcival Atkinson RFA 30 July 1912[48] -
268 Ralph Gerald Holyoake 13 August 1912[49] -
269 Air Mechanic William Thomas James McCudden 13 August 1912[49] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Army School, Salisbury Plain. He was the elder brother of James McCudden VC. Died when his Bleriot had engine trouble on 1 May 1915 at Fort Grange.
270 Maj. Hugh Montague Trenchard 13 August 1912[49] Later to command the Royal Flying Corps in France and serve as first Chief of the Air Staff
271 Lt. Reginald Cholmondeley 13 August 1912[49] -
272 Capt. John Maitland Salmond 13 August 1912[49] A Captain in the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment he used a Grahame-White Biplane at the Grahame-White School at Hendon. Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir John Maitland Salmond retired from the Royal Air Force in 1943 and he died in 1968.
273 Capt. Alister Maxwell MacDonell 13 August 1912[49] -
274 William Snowdon Hedley 13 August 1912[49] -
275 William John Harrison 13 August 1912[49] -
276 Staff-Sergeant William Thomas 3 September 1912[50] -
277 Capt. Robert Harry Lucas Cordner RAMC 3 September 1912[50] -
278 Richard Harold Barnwell[2] 3 September 1912[50] Brother of Frank Barnwell. Became a test pilot for Vickers, killed testing the Vickers F.B.26
279 Capt. The Hon. Claude Brabazon 3 September 1912[50] -
280 Lt. Philip Joubert de la Ferté RFA 3 Sept.1912[50] Retired in 1945 as Air Chief Marshal RAF
281 Maj. Edward Bailey Ashmore MVO, RFA 3 September 1912[50] -
282 Lt. Claude Grenville Shephard Gould RGA 3 September 1912[50] -
283 Lt. Patrick Henry Lyon Playfair RFA 3 September 1912[50] -
284 Lt. F. A. Wanklyn RFA 3 September 1912[50] -
285 Walter Laurence Brock[2] 3 September 1912[50] -
286 Engine-room Artificer Thomas O'Connor RN 3 September 1912[50] -
287 Edouard Baumann 3 September 1912[50] -
288 Lt. Philip Shepherd RN 17 September 1912[51] -
289 I. G. Vaughan-Fowler 17 September 1912[51] -
290 Lt. Gilbert Vernon Wildman-Lushington RMA 17 September 1912[51] Died when the Maurice-Farman aircraft he was flying at Eastchurch side-slipped and crashed on Tuesday, 2 December 1913. His passenger, Capt. Fawcett, RM, survived, suffering a broken collarbone. On the previous Saturday, Wildman-Lushington had taken the then First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, for a series of three flying lessons in a Short Brothers S.38 biplane, during the third of which Churchill took the controls for a time, making him the first serving Cabinet minister to have flown an aeroplane.[52]
291 John Laurence Hall 17 September 1912[51] -
292 Samuel Summerfield 17 September 1912[51] -
293 2nd Lt Edward Wallace Cheeseman RFC 17 September 1912[51] A 2nd Lt in the Royal Flying Corps he used a Beatty-Wright biplane at the Beatty School, Cricklewood. Died following a flying accident in South Africa 15 October 1913
294 Assistant Paymaster George Stanley Trewin RN 17 September 1912[51] -
295 Ernest Frank Sutton 17 September 1912[51] -
296 Lt. John Wilfred Seddon RN 17 September 1912[51] -
297 Harry George Hawker[2] 17 Sept.1912[51] -
298 Lt. A C Holms MacLean 17 September 1912[51] -
299 Capt. Charles L. Price 17 September 1912[51] -
300 Lt. G. B. Stopford RFA 17 September 1912[51] -
301 Geoffrey W. England 17 September 1912[51] Died on 5 March 1913 when the Bristol Monoplane he was testing suffered a structural failure of the port wing, causing the aircraft to dive into the ground.[41]
302 Vivian Hewitt 1 October 1912[53] -
303 Capt. Charles Erskine Risk RMLI 1 October 1912[53] -
304 Lt. Ivon Terence Courtney RMLI 1 October 1912[53] -
305 Capt. Edward Leonard Ellington 1 October 1912[53] Later Marshal of the Royal Air Force
306 Victor Yates 1 October 1912[53] -
307 Lt. Hugh Fanshawe Glanville, West India Regiment 1 October 1912[53] -
308 Lt. Leslie Da Costa Penn-Gaskell, 3rd Norfolk Regiment 1 October 1912[53] -
309 Capt. Herbert Creagh MacDonnell, The Royal Irish Regiment 1 October 1912[53] -
310 Arthur Edward Geere 1 October 1912[53] -
311 2nd Lt. Dermot Roberts Hanlon RGA 1 October 1912[53] -
312 Lt. Felton Vesey Holt 1 October 1912[53] -
313 Capt. George Ralph Miller RFA 1 October 1912[53] -
314 A. M. Wynne 15 October 1912[54] -
315 John Herbert James 15 October 1912[54] -
316 Lt. G. I. Carmichael RFA 15 October 1912[54] -
317 Victor Colin Higginbottom 15 October 1912[54] -
318 2nd Lt. D. L. Allen, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers 15 October 1912[54] -
319 Lt. L. Loultcheff, Bulgarian Army 15 October 1912[54] -
320 Lt. R. G. H. Murray, 9th Gurkha Rifles 15 October 1912[54] -
321 Dr. David Edmund Stodart 15 October 1912[54] -
322 Edward Birch 15 October 1912[54] -
323 W. L. Hardman 15 October 1912[54] -
324 Rudolph Holscher 15 October 1912[54] -
325 E. N. Fuller 15 October 1912[54] -
326 A. V. Bettington 15 October 1912[54] -
327 Captain R. S. H. Grace, 13th Hussars 15 October 1912[54] -
328 Lt. C. L. Courtney RN 15 October 1912[54] -
329 C. W. Wilson 15 October 1912[54] -
330 Paymaster Eustace R. Berne RN 15 October 1912[54] E.R. Berne died on 21 April 1913 on the ground at Eastchurch, when an aircraft with Gilbert V. Wildman-Lushington (see #290 above) at the controls suddenly ran forward, knocking him down and catching his legs with the propeller. Berne died from loss of blood and shock two and a half hours after the accident.[55]
331 Howard T. Wright 15 October 1912[54] -
332 Harold Wesley Hall 15 October 1912[54] -
333 Albert Deakin RN 15 October 1912[54] -
334 Boatswain Henry C. Bobbett RN 19 October 1912[54] -
335 Capt. Robert Boger RE 22 October 1912[56]
336 Lt. A. M. Read, Northamptonshire Regiment 22 October 1912[56]> Later won the Victoria Cross. Killed in action September 1915.
337 Arthur Payze 22 October 1912[56]
338 Lt. Frederick Ernest Styles, Royal Munster Fusiliers 22 October 1912[56]
339 Norman Channing Spratt[2] 22 October 1912[56]
340 Capt. J. A. Chamier, 33rd Punjabis 22 October 1912[56]
341 2nd Lt. G. F. Pretyman, 1st Somerset Light Infantry 22 October 1912[56]
342 Lt. E. L. Conran 2nd County of London Yeomanry 22 October 1912[56]
343 Lt. F. G. Small Connaught Rangers 22 October 1912[56]
344 Henry Howard James 22 October 1912[56]
345 Commander Alan Montagu Yeats Brown RN 22 October 1912[56]
346 Capt. J. H. Gibbon RFA 29 October 1912[57]
347 Lt. G. A. Parker, 3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment 29 October 1912[57]
348 Capt. James Lancaster Lucena RFRA 29 October 1912[57]
349 Cyril Edgar Foggin 29 October 1912[57]
350 Emile Louis Gassier 29 October 1912[57]
351 Capt. Frederick St. George Tucker, The Worcestershire Regiment 29 October 1912[57]
352 Capt. Robert Pigot, Rifle Brigade 29 October 1912[57]
353 Tom Grave 29 October 1912[57]
354 Capt. John Crosby Halahan, late Royal Dublin Fusiliers 29 October 1912[57]
355 Denys Charles Ware 29 October 1912[57]
356 Capt. Oliver de Lancey Williams, 2nd Royal Welch Fusiliers 12 November 1912[58]
357 Capt. Herbert Musgrave RE 12 November 1912[58]
358 Lt. Hon. John David Boyle, Rifle Brigade 12 November 1912[58]
359 Frank William Lerwill 12 November 1912[58]
360 Lt. John F. A. Trotter RFRA 12 November 1912[58]
361 Leading Seaman Herbert Rusell RN 12 November 1912[58]
362 Lt. Reginald M. Rodwell, 1st West Yorkshire Regiment 12 November 1912[58]
363 Capt. Frederick George Kunhardt, 74th Punjabis 12 November 1912[58]
364 Maj. Arthur Baron Forman RFA 12 November 1912[58] 1873-1951 Retired as a Brigadier-General
365 Lt. Richard B. Kitson, 58th Rifles FF, IA 12 November 1912[58]
366 Lt. Colin George MacArthur RN 26 November 1912[59]
367 Prince Serge Cantacuzène 26 November 1912[59]
368 John Alcock[2] 26 November 1912[59] 1892-1919 With Arthur Whitten Brown, first to fly across the Atlantic non-stop. Killed in a flying accident in France in 1919.
369 Lt. Arthur Henry Leslie Soames, 3rd The King's Own Hussars 26 November 1912[59] -
370 Midshipman Noel F. Wheeler RN 17 December 1912[60] -
371 Pierre Gratien 17 December 1912[60] French
372 Petty Officer Joseph Claude Andrews RN 17 December 1912[60] -
373 Capt. John Nowell Stanhope Sunt, 5th Dragoon Guards 17 December 1912[60] -
374 Shipwright Robert W. Edwards RN 17 December 1912[60] -
375 2nd Lt. William C. K. Birch, Yorkshire Regiment 17 December 1912[60] -
376 Vincent Patrick Taylor 17 December 1912[60] Born in Sydney, New South Wales in 1874 he took his certificate on a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Salisbury Plain. He later performed balloon and parachute stunts around Australia using the name "Captain Taylor Penfold". He died in 1930.
377 Lt. Reginald Mills, Royal Fusiliers 17 December 1912[60] -
378 Lt. Edward R. L. Corballis, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 17 December 1912[60] -
379 Lt. Robert Valentine Pollok, 15th Hussars 17 December 1912[60] 1884-1979 Retired in 1941 as a Major-General.
380 Engine Room Artificer Frank Susans RN 17 December 1912[60] -
381 Leading Seaman George Prickett RN 17 December 1912[60] -
382 Sub-Lt. G. W. W. Hooper RN 17 December 1912[60] -

See also[edit]

Lists for other years:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Flight 13 January 1912
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Pictures of many pioneer aviators listed here can be seen in Flight "Progress: A Pictorial Review in "Flight" Photographs" (PDF). Flight Magazine (London: Reed Business Information) XXII (1): 34–37. 1930-01-03. Retrieved 2010-05-31. 
  3. ^ a b c Flight 20 January 1912
  4. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 31378. pp. 7032–7033. 3 June 1919. Retrieved 10 November 2010.
  5. ^ The London Gazette: no. 32940. pp. 4301–4302. 30 May 1924. Retrieved 10 November 2010.
  6. ^ a b c Flight 3 February 1912
  7. ^ a b Flight 10 February 1912
  8. ^ a b Flight 17 February 1912
  9. ^ a b c Flight 23 February 1912
  10. ^ "Flying the Irish Channel" (PDF). Flight Magazine (London: Reed Business Information) IV (17): 379. 1912-04-27. Retrieved 2010-06-01. 
  11. ^ a b c Flight 2 March 1912
  12. ^ a b c d e Flight 9 March 1912
  13. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission (Victor Annesley Barrington-Kennett)
  14. ^ a b c d Flight 16 March 1912
  15. ^ Flight 14 September 1912
  16. ^ Royal Aero Club record card #196
  17. ^ Royal Aero Club record card #197
  18. ^ Flight 23 March 1912
  19. ^ Royal Aero Club record card #198
  20. ^ a b Flight 30 March 1912
  21. ^ Hart, William Ewart (1885 - 1943)
  22. ^ a b c d e f g Flight 20 April 1912
  23. ^ Royal Aero Club record card #201
  24. ^ "The Amesbury Aeroplane Accident. Inquest And Verdict." (News). The Times (London). Thursday, 23 May 1912. (39906), col G, p. 15.
  25. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 29162. p. 4658. 14 May 1915. Retrieved 23 May 2010.
  26. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission Casualty Details - A E Burchardt-Ashton
  27. ^ Flight 18 February 1911
  28. ^ Accident Investigation Report in ‘’Flight’’ 31 May 1913
  29. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Edmonds.htm
  30. ^ a b c d e f Flight 4 May 1912
  31. ^ a b c d Flight 18 May 1912
  32. ^ WWI cemeteries Rool of Honour
  33. ^ Service career on "RAF web"
  34. ^ Detail of G.S.Shephard
  35. ^ Flight 29 June 1916
  36. ^ Godrey Paine's military career
  37. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Flight 8 June 1912
  38. ^ a b Flight 10 August 1912
  39. ^ a b c d e f g h Flight 22 June 1912
  40. ^ Flight 13 July 1912
  41. ^ a b Flight accident investigation reports, 21 June 1913
  42. ^ a b c Flight 6 July 1912
  43. ^ a b c d e f g h Flight 20 July 1912
  44. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Flight 27 July 1912
  45. ^ London Gazette, 4 August 1905
  46. ^ Accident Investigation Report in Flight 12 October 1912
  47. ^ Flight 4 January 1913
  48. ^ a b c d e f 3 August 1912
  49. ^ a b c d e f g h Flight 17 August 1912
  50. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Flight 7 September 1912
  51. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Flight 21 September 1912
  52. ^ Flight 6 December 1913
  53. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Flight 5 October 1912
  54. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Flight 19 October 1912
  55. ^ Flight 26 April 1913
  56. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Flight 26 October 1912
  57. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Flight 2 November 1912
  58. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Flight 16 November 1912
  59. ^ a b c d Flight 30 November 1912
  60. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Flight 21 December 1912