List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1914

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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 1914 (nos. 720—1032)
No. Name Date Comment
720 Captain Robert John Lillywhite RFC 1 January 1914[1] Died 26 November 1916 (killed in "an aeroplane accident at the Front", aged 23),[2] nephew of the famous cricketer James Lillywhite.[3]
721 Sub-Lt. Franklin Geoffrey Saunders RNVR 1 January 1914[1] Franklin Saunders was a World War I flying ace credited with eight aerial victories.[4]
722 Hugh Barnes Martindale 1 January 1914[1] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School at Brooklands.[5] Later served with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force.
723 Edmund James Fulton 3 January 1914[1] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School at Brooklands.[6]
724 Lt. H.E.M. Watkins RNR 15 January 1914[7] Took part in the Battle of Rufiji Delta in which the German battleship Königsberg was sunk; died 25 July 1972.[citation needed]
725 Sub-Lt. J.R.W. Smyth-Pigott RN 15 January 1914[7] Died 8 October 1971[8]
726 Lt. J.T. Cull RN 15 January 1914[7] Took part in the Battle of Rufiji Delta in which the German battleship Königsberg was sunk; died 12 April 1962[citation needed]
727 Commander Mansfield Cumming RN 10 November 1913[9] Died 14 June 1923[citation needed] Also held French licence #1568
728 Frederick George Dunn 23 January 1914[9] Died, together with co-pilot Percy Townley Rawlings, test-flying the Tarrant Tabor at R.A.E. Farnborough on 26 May 1919.[10]
729 Herbert Ambrose Cooper 27 January 1914[9] First New Zealander to join the Royal Flying Corps, killed in France 21 June 1916.[11]
730 Lt. Marmaduke Henry Monckton RA 28 January 1914[9] Killed whilst flying (KWF) 9 July 1915 with 8 Sqn.[12]
731 Edward Fraser Norris 28 January 1914[9] Captain with the Royal Flying Corps killed in an aircraft accident 15 March 1918.
732 Filip Augustin Björklund 3 February 1914[13] (1886-1967) From Sweden became a civilian and military instructor in the United States.
733 Lt. Francis Hesketh Pritchard RGA 10 February 1914[13] -
734 Capt. Arthur Burdett Burdett 10 February 1914[13] -
735 Lt. Dudley Stuart Kays Crosbie 16 February 1914[13] -
736 Lt. Frank Burges Binney 16 February 1914[13] -
737 Richard Patrick Creagh 16 February 1914[13] -
738 John Percival Clark 16 February 1914[14] -
739 Sub-Lt. Hans Acworth Busk RNR 17 February 1914[14] -
740 Lt. Charles Edward Robinson RMLI 19 February 1914[14] -
741 Lt. Harry Macleod Fraser RN 25 February 1914[14] -
742 William John Stutt 25 February 1914[14] Missing with Sgt A.G.Dalzell 23 Sept 1920 [15]
743 Capt. Alexander Ross-Hume 25 February 1914[14] -
744 2nd Lt. James Lee Jackson 26 February 1914[14] -
745 Sub-Lt. John Charles Spencer-Warwick RNVR 26 February 1914[14] -
746 2nd Lt. W.W.A. Burn, New Zealand Staff Corps 24 February 1914[16] -
747 Leading Seaman Frank Barnshaw RN 26 February 1914[16] -
748 A.M. 1st Class Thomas Warren 26 February 1914[16] -
749 Alfred Edward Barrs 7 March 1914[16] -
750 Denis George Murray 11 March 1914[16] -
751 Lt. Henry Allen Edridge-Green, 6th Duke of Cambridge's Own, Middlesex Regiment 23 March 1914[17] (1894-1918) Died on 5 November 1918 at Castle Mount Hospital, Dover while serving as a Lieutenant with the Royal Air Force at the Capel Airship Station.[18]
752 Jack Benjamin Graham 23 March 1914[17] -
753 Cyril Frederick Lan-Davis 24 March 1914[17] (1887-1915) Died on 14 October 1915 while serving as a Flight Lieutenant with the Royal Naval Air Service assigned to HMS Ark Royal. Known as an inventor and writer on telephotography.[19]
754 Lt. Victor Somerset Erskine Lindop, Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment 24 March 1914[17] (1890-1978)
755 Lt. Wilmsdorff George Mansergh, Manchester Regiment 25 March 1914[17] Killed in Action France 26 August 1914 aged 32[20]
756 Lt. Arthur Sheridan Barratt RFA 26 March 1914[17] Died 4 November 1966[21]
757 Sgt. Charles Albert Hobby RFC 27 March 1914[17] Died 7 April 1961[citation needed]
758 Capt. Ernest Arthur Hunter Fell, 12th Bengal Cavalry 27 March 1914[17] -
759 Leading Seaman Stephen Thomas Clemens RN 2 April 1914[17] -
760 John Bankes Price 3 April 1914[17] -
761 Lt. Athelstan Key Durance George, 1st Dorsetshire Regiment 3 April 1914[17] -
762 2nd Lt. John Bruce Bolitho, Devonshire Regiment 15 April 1914[22] -
763 Prince Leon Sapieha de Koden 15 April 1914[22] 1883-1944 Polish
764 2nd. Lt. John Bower Harman RFA 15 April 1914[22] -
765 Oswald Lancaster 15 April 1914[22] -
766 Comte Jacques de Fitz-James 16 April 1914[22] -
767 Ernest Victor Samuel Wilberforce 16 April 1914[22] -
768 Mark Dawson 16 April 1914[22] -
769 George Carruthers 21 April 1914[22] -
770 Geoffrey Charles Gold 21 April 1914[22] -
771 Lt. Philip Stafford Myburgh RFA 21 April 1914[22] -
772 Lt. Reynell Henry Vemey, ASC 22 April 1914[22] -
773 Lt. William Henry Dyke Acland 22 April 1914[22] -
774 W.R. Ding 27 April 1914[23] -
775 Air Mechanic Arthur James Locker 28 April 1914[23] -
776 Eric Parker 29 April 1914[23] -
777 Lt. William Annesley Underhill, Worcestershire Regiment 10 May 1914[23] -
778 Robert John MacGeagh Hurst 10 May 1914[23] -
779 2nd Lt. Cuthbert Euan Charles Rabagliati, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 11 May 1914[23] -
780 Frazier Curtis 11 May 1914[24] -
781 2nd Lt. John Aidan Liddell 14 May 1914[24] -
782 Reginald Max Maximilian Murray 14 May 1914[24] -
783 Michael Geoffrey Smiles 14 May 1914[24] -
784 Victor Mahl 14 May 1914[24] Chief Engineer of the Sopwith Aviation Company, died of appendicitis in 1915
785 Benjamin Herbert Piercy 18 May 1914[24] -
786 Bernard Francis Hale 18 May 1914[24] -
787 Major Edward H.Phillips 19 May 1914[24] -
788 Capt. Alfred Garnet Moore 19 May 1914[24] -
789 Lt. Norman Wood-Smith 20 May 1914[24] -
790 Lt. John Burgh Talbot Leighton 20 May 1914[24] Capt. John Burgh Talbot Leighton, 'C' Flight Commander (June 1915), later Major, CO 23 Sqn, killed while flying 7 May 1917[12]
791 Lt. Gerald Desmond Mills, Sherwood Foresters 22 May 1914[24] -
792 Robert Eugene Lagrange 22 May 1914[24] -
793 Corporal Arthur Claud Robins RFC 21 May 1914[25] -
794 Lt. Ian Malcolm Bonham-Carter, Northumberland Fusiliers 25 May 1914[25] Later Air Commodore
795 Leonard Parker 28 May 1914[25] -
796 Percy Herbert Maskell 28 May 1914[25] -
797 Lt. Gerald Goodwin Carpenter, 1st Suffolk Regiment 29 May 1914[25] -
798 Lt. John Collins, 3rd Hampshire Regiment 29 May 1914[25] -
799 Henry Racine-Jaques 29 May 1914[25] -
800 Thomas Smith Duncan 30 May 1914[25] -
801 Ronald Portman Cannon 30 May 1914[25] -
802 Midshipman David Sigismund Don RN 2 June 1914[25] -
803 Lt. Kenneth Reid Van der Spuy, South African Army 2 June 1914[25] -
804 Sub-Lt. Lancelot Tomkinson RN 2 June 1914[25] -
805 Archibald Maskell 2 June 1914[25] -
806 George Evelyn Cowley 3 June 1914[25] -
807 George John Lusted 3 June 1914[25] -
808 Charles Weber 5 June 1914[25] -
809 Rupert Henry Steinbach 6 June 1914[25] -
810 John Philip Wilson 8 June 1914[25] -
811 Lt. John Edward Tennent, Scots Guards 9 June 1914[25] -
812 Geoffrey Hugh Eastwood 9 June 1914[25] -
813 John Lankester Parker 18 June 1914[26] Chief test pilot of Shorts from 1918 until 1945
814 Reginald Chambers 18 June 1914[26] -
815 Laurence Gresley 19 June 1914[26] -
816 Lt. Bernard Edward Smythies RE 19 June 1914[26] -
817 Lt. Francis Hermann Eberli RGA 24 June 1914[26] -
818 Midshipman Geoffrey Cayley Lambert Dalley RN 24 June 1914[26] -
819 Lt. Leslie Fitzroy Richard RGA 24 June 1914[26] -
820 Lt. Charles Nugent, Royal Berkshire Regiment 24 June 1914[26] -
821 Capt. Henry Edward Charles Walcot 24 June 1914[26] -
822 Lt. Gordon Shergold Creed, S.A. Defence Force 24 June 1914[26] -
823 Lt. Basil Hobson Turnerv 24 June 1914[26] -
824 Sub-Lt. Herbert Graham Wanklyn RNR 24 June 1914[26] -
825 John Gordon Miller 26 June 1914[26] -
826 Ronald Stuart McGregor 26 June 1914[26] -
827 Capt. Gerard Percy Wallace, S.A. Defence Force 29 June 1914[27] -
828 Lt. Gilbert Lindsay Farie, Highland Light Infantry 30 June 1914[27] -
829 Dennis Gwynne 30 June 1914[27] -
830 William Henry Charlesworth 1 July 1914[27] -
831 John Edmund Burnet Thornely 5 July 1914[27] -
832 Lt. Edwin Cheere Emmett, S.A. Defence Force 9 June 1914[27] -
833 Sub-Lt. Frederick Barr RNR 9 July 1914[27] -
834 Capt. John Francis Aloysius Kane, 2nd Devonshire Regiment 9 July 1914[27] -
835 William Harold Treloar 9 July 1914[27] -
836 Charles Cayley Godwin 9 July 1914[27] -
837 William Donovan South 9 July 1914[27] -
838 1st Class A.M. William Boyle Power RFC 1 July 1914[28] -
839 Master Mariner Alfred William Clemson RNR 14 July 1914[28] -
840 Lt. Alastair St.John Munro Warrand, Black Watch 14 July 1914[28] -
841 Thomas Forster Rutledge 14 July 1914[28] -
842 Rear-Admiral Mark Edward Frederic Kerr 14 July 1914[28] -
843 Percy Dickson Robinson 16 July 1914[28] -
844 1st Class Stoker Henry John Lloyd RN 17 July 1914[28] -
845 William Campbell Adamson 17 July 1914[28] -
846 Stephenson MacGordon 17 July 1914[28] -
847 John Scott Bradbury Winter 18 July 1914[28] -
848 Henry Pagan Lowe 20 July 1914[28] -
849 Arthur Gelston Shepherd 21 July 1914[28] -
850 1st Air Mechanic William Percy Parker 21 July 1914[28] -
851 Lt. Thomas Ralph Wells, 33rd Punjabis 21 July 1914[28] -
852 Lt. Angus George Gillman RHA 21 July 1914[28] -
853 Capt. Harry Tailyour Lumsden, Cameron Highlanders 22 July 1914[28] -
854 Thomas Hinshelwood 27 July 1914[28] -
855 Air Mechanic Victor Clarence Judge RFC 21 July 1914[29] -
856 Frances Alec Arcier 28 July 1914[29] -
857 Lt. George Aubrey Kennedy Lawrence RFA 2S July 1914[29] -
858 Lt. Edgar Ralph Coles 28 July 1914[29] -
859 Albert Throne Crick 29 July 1914[29] -
860 Lt. James Donald Gerhardt Sanders RFA 30 July 1914[29] -
861 Flight-Sgt. Hugh McGrane RFC 30 July 1914[30] -
862 Sgt.-Maj. Frederick Henry Unwin 3 August 1914[30] -
863 Sgt. Alfred Robert May 4 August 1914[30] -
864 Sgt. Frank James RFC 28 July 1914[30] -
865 Graham Weir 10 August 1914[30] -
866 William Mortimer-Phelan 9 August 1914[31] -
867 Flight Sub-Lt. Norman Sholto Douglas, RNAS 11 August 1914[31] -
868 Frederick Whittington Gamwell 15 August 1914[31] -
869 Lionel Seymour Collins 15 August 1914[31] -
870 Lt. Evelyn Paget Graves RFA. 18 August 1914[31] Major, commanding 60 Squadron RFC. Killed in aerial action over Beaumetz, 6 March 1917. Buried at Avesnes-le-Comte, Pas de Calais.
871 George Llewellyn Pitt 19 August 1914[31] -
872 Eric Barton Palmer 20 August 1914[31] -
873 Gordon Lindsay Thomson 20 August 1914[31] -
874 Francis Thomas Courtney 20 August 1914[31] -
875 Flight Sub-Lt. William Hayland Wilson RNAS 21 August 1914[31] -
876 Flight Sub-Lt. Anthony Rex Arnold RNAS 21 August 1914[31] -
877 Sub-Lt. Arthur Lorne Nickerson RN 22 August 1914[31] -
878 Engine Room Artificer John Watson Jean RN 19 August 1914[32] -
879 Flight Sub-Lt. James Douglas Maude RN 19 August 1914[32] -
880 Richard Cecil Hardstaff 20 August 1914[32] (1894-1979) Served with the Royal Naval Air Service
881 Petchell Burtt Murray 21 August 1914[32] (1884-1914) Royal Naval Air Service died in flying accident 4 November 1914
882 William Orchard Usher Purnell 21 August 1914[32] -
883 Master Mariner Richard Upton 26 August 1914[32] -
884 Lt. John Lawson Kinnear, The King's Regiment 11 September 1914[33] -
885 2nd Lt. Derick Robertson Aikman RFC, SR 11 September 1914[33] -
886 Lt. Charles Carleton Barry, 3rd Leinster Regiment 11 September 1914[33] -
887 Lt. Edgar Ramsey Ludlow-Hewitt, Royal Irish Rifles 19 August 1914[33] -
888 Felix Ruffi 29 August 1914[33] -
889 Elmer Peter Roberts 29 August 1914[33] -
890 Andrew Y.K.R. Cheung 31 August 1914[33] -
891 Capt. Oliver Nash Moriarty, Antrim RGA, SR 2 September 1914[33] -
892 Capt.Andrew Adolphus Walser, London Regiment 2 September 1914[33] Later air commodore.[34]
893 Lt. Jocelyn Morton Lucas, 4th Royal Warwickshire Regiment 3 September 1914[33] -
894 Lt. William Adam Sedgwick Rough 3 September 1914[33] -
895 Capt. Cecil Harry Wolff, Bedfordshire Regiment 4 September 1914[33] -
896 Second-Lt. John Reginald Howett RFC 8 September 1914[33] -
897 Capt. Arthur Douglas Gaye 8 September 1914[35] -
898 Cyril Marconi Crowe 8 September 1914[35] First World War Royal Flying Corps ace, died 1974.
899 Flight Sub-Lt. Ralph Whitehead RNAS 8 September 1914[35] -
900 Flight Sub-Lt. Ralph James Hope-Vere RNAS 9 September 1914[35] -
901 William Roche Kelly 9 September 1914[35] -
902 Charles Henry Butler 6 September 1914[35] -
903 Corporal Frederick Adams RFC 20 August 1914[35] -
904 Lt. Henry Graham Lambarde Mayne, King's Own Scottish Borderers 9 September 1914[35] -
905 Robert Maxwell Pike 2l September 1914[35] -
906 Flight Sub-Lt. The Hon.Desmond O'Brien RNAS 21 September 19[35] -
907 Flight Sub-Lt. Philip Leslie Holmes RNAS 21 September 1914[36] -
908 John Callaghan Brooke 21 September 1914[36] -
909 Claude Francis Strickland, ICS 22 September 1914[36] -
910 James Gordon McKinley 22 September 1914[36] -
911 Flight Sub-Lt. Bernard Crossley Meates RNAS 23 September 1914[36] -
912 Harry O'Hagan 23 September 1914[36] -
913 Oswald Mansell Moullin 24 September 1914[36] -
914 2nd Lt. Frederick William Polehampton, 14th Cavalry Reserve, 15th Hussars 27 September 1914[36] -
915 Reginald Lord 27 September 1914[36] -
916 Flight Sub-Lt. Maurice Arthur Haines RNAS 30 September 1914[36] -
917 Flight Sub-Lt. Harold Rosher RNAS 30 September 1914[36] -
918 Gerald Charles Ross Mumby 1 October 1914[36] -
919 Flight Sub-Lt. Francis Warrington-Strong RNAS 2 October 1914[36] -
920 Lt. Arthur Bracton Bagley, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 2 October 1914[36] -
921 Capt. Harold Wyllie, 9th (Cyclist) Battalion, Hampshire Regiment 1 September 1914[36] -
922 2nd Lt. William Francis Forbes-Sempill RFC 29 September 1914[36] Forbes-Semphill led a technical mission to Japan in 1921 to help the Japanese Navy develop naval aviation. He held several records for long-distance flights and was leading figure in the Royal Aeronautical Society, of which he was president.
923 Charles Henry Chichester Smith 2 October 1914[36] -
924 Lt. Eric Walker, 6th Battalion, Border Regiment 4 October 1914[36] -
925 Flight Sub-Lieut. Philip Charles Vere Perry RNAS 5 October 1914[37] -
926 Thomas Walker Abbott 7 October 1914[37] -
927 Peter Legh 8 October 1914[37] -
928 Malcolm McBean Bell-Irving 9 October 1914[37] A Canadian from Vancouver who served with the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War winning a Military Cross and Distinguished Service Order,[38]
929 George Crosfield Norris Nicholson 9 October 1914[37] Was serving as a Captain in the Royal Flying Corps when he was killed while flying at Gosport, Hampshire on 11 March 1916 aged 31.[39]
930 Donald Campbell MacLachlan 9 October 1914[37] -
931 Beaufoi John Warwick Montressor Moore 10 October 1914[37] Killed 10 June 1917 in a flying accident while serving as a Captain in the Royal Flying Corps.[40][41]
932 Rupert Forbes-Bentley 8 October 1914[37] -
933 Flight Sub-Lt. Edwin Rowland Moon RNAS 10 October 1914[37] Won DSO and bar during World War I. Commanded the Seaplane Experimental Station at Felixstowe after the war; killed in flying boat crash 29 April 1920.[42][43]
934 Flight Sub-Lt. Kenneth Stevens Savory RNAS 29 September 1914[37] -
935 Flight Sub-Lt. David Keith Johnston RNAS 1 October 1914[37] -
936 Flight Sub-Lt. Vincent Nicholl RNAS 8 October 1914[37] -
937 Flight Sub-Lt. Francis Gilmer Tempest Dawson RNAS 8 October 1914[37] -
938 Flight Sub-Lt. Maurice Edward Arthur Wright RNAS 8 October 1914[37] -
939 Flight Sub-Lt. Edward Gordon Riggall RNAS 11 October 1914[37] -
940 Ormond George Hake 15 October 1914[37] Died 14 May 1916 as a Lieutenant in the Royal Flying Corps aged 19.[44] He died during a test flight of a newly built aircraft.
941 Capt. Thomas Walter Colby Carthew, 4th Bedfordshire Regiment 16 October 1914[37] -
942 Flight Sub-Lt. John Joseph Petre RNAS 14 October 1914[45] Died in a flying accident on 13 April 1917, Acting Sqn. Cmdr. J.J. Petre, DSC.[46]
943 Alexander Burnell Rendall 19 October 1914[45] -
944 2nd Lt. Cecil Harloven Saunders RFC 21 October 1914[45] -
945 Flight Sub-Lt. Arthur Ethelbert Griffin RNAS 21 October 1914[45] -
946 Flight Sub-Lt. Reginald Eycott Nicoll RNAS 21 October 1914[45] -
947 Flight Sub-Lt. Joseph Alexander Allen RNAS 23 October 1914[45] -
948 Flight Lt. Christopher Hornby RNAS 24 October 1914[45] -
949 Flight Sub-Lt. Edwin Harris Dunning RNAS 24 October 1914[45] -
950 Flight Sub-Lt. Tom Harry England RNAS 25 October 1914[45] -
951 Flight Sub-Lt. Evan Bernard Morgan RNAS 25 October 1914[45] -
952 Cyril Charles Wigram 26 October 1914[45] -
953 Flight Sub-Lt. Marmaduke Scott Marsden RNAS 26 October 1914[45] -
954 Malcolm Grahame Christie 27 October 1914[45] -
955 Flight Sub-Lt. Allan Knighton Robertson RNAS 5 November 1914[47] -
956 Flight Lt. John William Kidston Allsop RNAS 5 November 1914[47] -
957 Lionel Franklin Beynon 5 November 1914[47] -
958 William Harry Ellison RN 6 November 1914[47] -
959 Flight Sub-Lt. Aylmer Fitzwarine Bettington RNAS 6 November 1914[47] -
960 Julian Pauncefote Inglefield 7 November 1914[47] -
961 Flight Sub-Lt. John Martin d'Arcy Levy RNAS 23 September 1914[47] -
962 Flight Sub-Lt. Bertrand Lawrence Huskisson RNAS 28 October 1914[47] -
963 Sergt. William Sharpe RFC 6 November 1914[47] -
964 John Harold Rose 7 November 1914[47] (1894-1915) Died as a Sub-Lieutenant with the Royal Naval Air Service during the Gallipoli Campaign
965 Jesse Albert Easter 7 November 1914[47] (1890-1971)
966 Lt. Eustace Osborne Grenfell, DCLI 9 November 1914[47] (1890-1964) retired as Royal Air Force Group Captain
967 Robert William Alexander Ivermee 10 November 1914[47] -
968 1st Class Air Mechanic James Douglas Clarke 28 October 1914[47]
969 Commander R.M. Groves RN 15 November 1914[47] -
970 Flight Sub-Lt. Douglas Iron RNAS 28 October 1914[48] -
971 2nd Lt. John Eustace Arthur Baldwin, 8th Hussars 17 November 1914[48] -
972 2nd Lt. Erik Harrison Mitchell 17 November 1914[48] -
973 Francisco Carabajal 18 November 1914[48] -
974 Capt. Gerald William Huntbach, 4th King's Shropshire Light Infantry iS November 1914[48] -
975 Lt. Alan John Lance Scott, Sussex Yeomanry 20 November 1914[48] -
976 Alfred Huggins 24 November 1914[48] -
977 Flight Sub-Lt. Eric John Hodsoll RNAS 25 November 1914[48] -
978 Flight Sub-Lt. Eric Fabricius Bray RNAS 25 November 1914[48] -
979 Lt. Michael Lloyd Braithwaite 25 November 1914[48] (1881-1915) Died in France 17 May 1915 serving with the Royal Flying Corps
980 Flight Sub-Lt. John Osborn Groves RNAS 25 November 1914[48] -
981 Edward Stanley Skipper 25 November 1914[48] -
982 Flight Sub-Lt. Edmund Ivan Montfort Bird RNAS 25 November 1914[48] -
983 William Geoffrey Moore 26 November 1914[48] -
984 2nd Lt. Clifford Alban Hooper RFC 18 November 1914[49] -
985 Lt. Charles Stuart Burnett, Highland Light Infantry 24 November 1914[49] -
986 Frank Sowter Barnwell 9 December 1914[49] (1880-1938) and aeronautical engineer and aircraft designer, died in an aircraft designed and built by himself on 2 August 1938
987 Flight Sub-Lt. Guy William Price RNAS 9 December 1914[49] -
988 Flight Sub-Lt. Bernard Osbourne Ffield RNAS 10 December 1914[49] -
989 John Claude Horsey Barfield 12 December 1914[49] -
990 Charles Percival Wilson 14 December 1914[49] -
991 Flight Sub-Lt. Thomas Spencer RNAS 27 October 1914[49] -
992 Flight Sub-Lt. Edward John Cooper RNAS 14 December 1914[49] -
993 Flight Sub-Lt. Percy Ethelwyn Hunt Wakeley RNAS 14 December 1914[49] -
994 2nd Lt. Malcolm David Methven 14 December 1914[49] (1891-1962) Married Helen Marion Watson, 16 December 1918, St.Paul's Toronto Canada.[50] Lt-Col. O.C. Stores Depot. Died about December 1962 [51]
995 2nd Lt. Henry Bayly Reginald Grey-Edwards RFA 14 December 1914[49] -
996 George Gilbert Algernon Williams 15 December 1914[49] -
997 Stanley Graham Gilmour 15 December 1914[49] -
998 Lt. James Cecil Thornton RFA 15 December 1914[49] -
999 Flight Lt. Robert Hilton Jones RNAS 17 December 1914[49] -
1000 Flight Sub.-Lt. Roger Martin Field RNAS 18 December 1914[49] -
1001 Flight Sub-Lt. Kenneth Falshaw Watson RNAS 19 December 1914[49] - missing in action, 1916
1002 Maurice Leigh Gardner 20 December 1914[49] -
1003 Flight Sub-Lt. George Fred Breese RNAS 19 December 1914[52] -
1004 Flight Sub-Lt. Gerald Edward Livock RNAS 20 December 1914[52] -
1005 Flight Sub-Lt. Douglas Meston Barnes RNAS 20 December 1914[52] -
1006 Geoffrey Harold Brinkman McCall 20 December 1914[52] -
1007 Gino Virgilio 20 December 1914[52] -
1008 Ernest Alfred Edward Wood 21 December 1914[52] -
1009 Flight Sub-Lt. Walter Shackfield Newton-Clare RNAS 20 December 1914[52] -
1010 Flight Sub-Lt. Thomas Kenneth Young RNAS 21 December 1914[52] -
1011 Melville Richard Allen 22 December 1914[52] -
1012 Leo Francis Page 22 December 1914[52] -
1013 Lt. King Davie Harris, King's Own Scottish Borderers 22 December 1914[52] -
1014 Flight Sub-Lt. Harold James Batchelor RNAS 22 December 1914[52] -
1015 Ralph Christopher Freeman 22 December 1914[52] -
1016 Lionel Macdonald Wells Bladen 22 December 1914[52] -
1017 Flight Sub-Lt. William Laurie Welsh RNAS 22 December 1914[52] -
1018 Thomas Vaughan Lister 23 December 1914[52] (1893-1983) Bristol Biplane at the Royal Naval Air Station at Hendon. A Sub-Lieut in the Royal Naval Air Service, later a Wing Commander in the Royal Air Force.
1019 Flight Sub-Lt. Arthur Quilton Cooper RNAS 23 December 1914[52] -
1020 Flight Sub-Lt. Charles Beauvoir Dalison RNAS 24 December 1914[52] -
1021 2nd Lt. Percy Gilbert Ross-Hume 24 December 1914[52] -
1022 Herbert Prinsep Somers Clogstoun 24 December 1914[52] (1886-1955) Maurice Farman Biplane at the Military School, Brooklands. An inspector of Agriculture Bank of Egypt.
1023 Robert Hobart Mayo 24 December 1914[52] Designer of the Short Mayo Composite piggy-back aircraft combination.
1024 Lt. Richard Williams, June, Commonwealth Military Forces 12 November 1914[53] Bristol Biplane at the Central Flying School at Werribee, Australia.
1025 Capt. Thomas Walter White, Commonwealth Military Forces 14 November 1914[53] Bristol Biplane at the Central Flying School at Werribee, Australia.
1026 Lt. George Pinnock Merz MB, BS 14 November 1914[53] (1891-1915) Bristol Biplane at the Central Flying School at Werribee, Australia. Member of the Australian Flying Corps, missing in action 30 July 1915 in Mesopotamia.
1027 2nd Lt. David Thomas William Manwell 16 November 1914[53] -
1028 John Whitaker Woodhouse 22 December 1914[53] -
1029 Clarence Arthur Charles Winchester 22 December 1914[53] Journalist, author, novelist, editor and poet.[54]
1030 Lt. Arthur Leslie Donaldson, Rifle Brigade 26 December 1914[53] (1893-1967) Maurice Farman biplane at the Netheravon Flying School at Netheravon.
1031 Lt. William Bowen Hargrave, Suffolk Regiment 31 December 1914[53] (1894-1973) Maurice Farman biplane at the Central Flying School at Upavon. Royal Flying Corps later a Group Captain in the Royal Air Force, awarded an OBE.
1032 2nd Lt. Ewart Douglas Horsfall, Rifle Brigade 31 December 1914[53] Ewart Douglas Horsfall who won a gold medal for Great Britain rowing at the 1912 Summer Olympics[55] He achieved a rare double of being awarded both the Military Cross (in 1916) and the Distinguished Flying Cross (in 1918).

See also[edit]

Lists for other years:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Flight 10 January 1914
  2. ^ Flight 7 December 1916
  3. ^ genealogy.com entry for descendants of William Lillywhite
  4. ^ http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/wales/saunders2.php
  5. ^ RAeC Record Card 722
  6. ^ RAeC Record Card 723
  7. ^ a b c Flight 24 January 1914
  8. ^ Smyth-Pigott at ThePeerage.com
  9. ^ a b c d e Flight 7 February 1914
  10. ^ Accident report on 'Air-Safety' website
  11. ^ CWGC
  12. ^ a b RFC/RAF Personnel List 1915-1918
  13. ^ a b c d e f Flight 21 February 1914
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h Flight 7 March 1914
  15. ^ Great War Forum
  16. ^ a b c d e Flight 21 March 1914
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Flight 11 April 1914
  18. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission Henry Allen Edridge-Green
  19. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Cyril Frederick Lan-Davis
  20. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Lieutenant George Wilmsdorff Mansergh
  21. ^ Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Barratt at RAFweb.org
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Flight 2 May 1914
  23. ^ a b c d e f Flight 15 May 1914
  24. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Flight 29 May 1914
  25. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t Flight 19 June 1914
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Flight 3 July 1914
  27. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Flight 17 July 1914
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Flight 13 July 1914
  29. ^ a b c d e f Flight 7 August 1914
  30. ^ a b c d e Flight 14 August 1914
  31. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Flight 28 August 1914
  32. ^ a b c d e f Flight 4 September 1914
  33. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Flight 11 September 1914
  34. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Walser.htm
  35. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Flight 25 September 1914
  36. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Flight 9 October 1914
  37. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Flight 23 October 1914
  38. ^ Malcolm McBean Bell-Irving
  39. ^ George Crosfield Norris Nicholson
  40. ^ Beafoi John Warwick M Moore
  41. ^ King's College, London War Memorials
  42. ^ Edwin Rowland MOON, Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery
  43. ^ "The Flying Boat Disaster at Felixstowe". Flight Magazine XII (20): 513. 1920-05-06. 
  44. ^ CWGC entry for Ormond George Hake
  45. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Flight 6 November 1914
  46. ^ Flight 3 May 1917
  47. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Flight 20 November 1914
  48. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Flight 4 December 1914
  49. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Flight 25 December 1914
  50. ^ Newspaper: "The Toronto World" 17 November 1918, p5
  51. ^ GRO: Qtr December 1962 Vol.7b p.504 [Aged: 71]
  52. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Flight 1 January 1915
  53. ^ a b c d e f g h i Flight 8 January 1915
  54. ^ Biographical details and bibliography of Clarence Wincherster
  55. ^ Sports Reference Olympic Sports - Ewart Horsfall