List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Aéro-Club de France in 1910

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The Aéro-Club de France issued Aviators Certificates from 1909. These were internationally recognised under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale.

List[edit]

Legend

  •      Individual was killed in an aviation accident.
  •      Individual was killed flying in military action.
Aéro-Club de France certificates awarded in 1910 (nos. 18–344)
No. Name Date Country of origin
(if not France)
Comment
18 Mamet, Julien 6 January 1910[1] d. in 1932.
19 Métrot, René 6 January 1910[2]
20 Bibesco, Prince George Valentine 6 January 1910[3] Romania 23 January 1910[4]
21 Aubrun, Emile Eugène 6 January 1910 b. 26 August 1881 - d. 14 November 1967;[5] Awarded Argentine certificate No.1 on 20 April 1910.[6]
22 Balsan, Jacques (Colonel) 6 January 1910[7] French industrialist, balloonist and pilot;d. 4 November 1956.
23 Rolls, Charles Stewart 6 January 1910[8] UK Co-founder of Rolls-Royce company. UK Certificate no.2; d. in accident 12 July 1910.
24 Singer, Mortimer A. 6 January 1910[9] UK UK Certificate no. 8; heir of Singer fortune
25 Molon, Léon 6 January 1910 d. in 1952.
26 Brégi, Henri 21 December 1909[10] KIA when shot and wounded by the crew of a German submarine in the Toulon area on 14 January 1917.[11]
27 Lesseps, Comte Jacques de 6 January 1910 On 21 May 1910 made the second ever crossing of the English Channel; d. 18 October 1927 while test-flying a Schreck flying boat near Gaspé, Canada;[12][13] son of Ferdinand de Lesseps
28 Zens, Ernest 15 January 1910 Balloonist, industrialist; KIA 12 September 1914 at Nomény.[14]
29 Sommer, Roger 15 January 1910[15]
30 Grahame-White, Claude 4 January 1910[16] UK One of the best-known pioneers of aviation; d. in Nice 19 August 1959.
31 Efimoff, Michel 15 February 1910 Russia Born 1 November 1881 at Smolensk, Russia;[17] executed by firing-squad in the early days of the Russian revolution.[18]
32 Chavez, Géo 15 February 1910[19] Peru d. 27 September 1910 after an accident at Domodossola, Italy after the first aerial crossing of the Alps on 23 September 1910.[20]
33 Camerman, Félix (Lieut.) 8 March 1910[21] First French soldier to earn the Aviator's certificate;[22] d. 29 December 1963.
34 Riensdyk, Frédéric Louis de 8 March 1910 Netherlands First Dutchman to hold a French aviator's certificate;[23][24] d. March 1955.
35 Morelle, Edmond 8 March 1910
36 Deroche, Elise Raymonde (self-styled Baronne de la Roche) 8 March 1910 First woman to achieve an aviator's certificate; d. as passenger on 18 July 1919 at Crotoy.[25]
37 Born, Charles van den 8 March 1910 Holder of Belgian certificate no. 6 (31 March 1910); chosen by Herny Farman to be the instructor at his flying school in Châlons; first person to fly in China (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Canton etc.) d. 24 January 1958.[26][27] following an operation.
38 Le Blon, Hubert 8 March 1910[28] d. in accident 2 April 1910 San Sebastian (Spain).[20]
39 Gasnier, René 8 March 1910[29] d. 3 October 1913.
40 Moore-Brabazon, John Theodore Cuthbert 8 March 1910 UK UK certificate no. 1, later 1st Baron Brabazon of Tara, one of the most prominent British aviation pioneers.
41 Herbster, Maurice 8 March 1910 holder of Balloonist's certificate no. 175 (1911) and dirigible certificate no. 21 (1912)[30]
42 Delétang, Fernand 5 April 1910[31] d. in road accident 14 June 1928 at Avallon.
43 Crochon, André 5 April 1910[32]
44 Burgeat, Médéric (Capt.) 5 April 1910[33]
45 Bellenger, Georges-Marie (Lt.-Col.) 5 April 1910 Served in both World Wars, reaching the rank of Lt.-Colonel; was active in the Resistance[34]
46 Kuller, G.-P. 5 April 1910 Netherlands
47 Dubonnet, Emile 5 April 1910 In January 1912, Dubonnet broke the world distance record for a free balloon, flying 1,954 km from Paris, landing in Russia; d. 4 October 1950.[35]
48 Frey, Alfred 5 April 1910 d. in accident at Johannistal, near Berlin, in September 1910.[36][37] (not to be confused with Andre Frey #93)
49 Baratoux, Marcel 10 April 1910 Holder of Balloonist's certificate no. 177.[38]
50 Popoff, Nicolas 10 April 1910 Russia d. in accident 31 August 1912.[39]
51 Wiesenbach, Vincent 10 April 1910 Luxemburg d. in accident in Austria 11 June 1911.[40]
52 Breguet, Louis 19 April 1910 Aircraft manufacturer; d. 4 May 55.
53 Wachter, Charles 19 April 1910 d. in accident when his aircraft suffered structural failure, 3 July 1910 at Bethany/Reims (France).[20][41][42][43]
54 Morane, Léon 19 April 1910 With his brother Robert Morane, and Raymond Saulnier, co-founder of aircraft manufacturers Morane-Saulnier; d. of Spanish Influenza 19 October 1918.
55 Legagneux, Georges 19 April 1910 d. in accident 6 July 1914 at Saumur (France),[44] crashing into the River Loire during a test flight.[45]
56 Toussin, René 19 April 1910
57 Mollien, Elie Abel 19 April 1910
58 Mumm, Walter de 19 April 1910 Germany Born in 1877 or 1887. Died in 1959.[46][47]
59 Gaubert, Louis 5 May 1910 d. 9 April 1959.
60 Rigal, Victor 5 May 1910
61 Jullerot, Henri 5 May 1910 d. 31 October 1957.
62 Cheuret, Léon 5 May 1910
63 Fequant, Albert 5 May 1910 KIA 5 September 1915.
64 Barrier, René 5 May 1910 died November 13, 1930.[48]
65 Sido 5 May 1910 KIA 1914.
66 Sallenave, Henri 5 May 1910 d. in 1953.
67 Bruneau de Laborie 5 May 1910 d. in 1931 in Bangui in what is now Central African Republic after a hunting accident
68 Acquaviva, Paul-Victor (Lieut.) 5 May 1910 d. in 1944.[49]
69 Montigny, Alfred de 5 May 1910
70 Sands, Hayden 5 May 1910 USA New York Times entry for Hayden Sands
71 Dickson, Bertram (Captain) 5 May 1910 UK Involved in first mid-air collision (with René Thomas) in Milan, Italy, 2 October 1910. d. 1913
72 McArdle, W.E. 19 April 1910 UK d.
73 Weiss, Henri 2 May 1910
74 Cederström, Carl Gustav Alexander 2 May 1910 Sweden d. in accident 29 June 1918 in the Gulf of Bothnia.
75 Gilmour, Douglas Graham 19 April 1910 UK d. in accident 17 February 1912 at Richmond (UK).
76 Mignot, Robert 17 May 1910
77 Didier, Adolphe 17 May 1910
78 Martinet, Robert Francois 17 May 1910 d. in accident at Micra airfield on the Salonica Front 9 April 1917.[50]
79 Tetard, Maurice 17 May 1910 Born in 1879.[51]
80 Marie, Félix (Capt.) 17 May 1910
81 Ladougne, Emile 17 May 1910
82 Gibbs, Launcelot 10 June 1910 UK
83 Wagner, Louis 10 June 1910 died in 1960.[52]
84 Taurin, André 10 June 1910
85 Colliex, Maurice 10 June 1910 Technical director and test pilot for Aéroplanes Voisin; d. 16 January 1955.[53]
86 Labouchère, René 10 June 1910 Switzerland Chief pilot at Potez in 1922. Born in 1890. Died in 1968.[54] Probably related to Jacques Labouchere #344.
87 Bielovucic, Juan 10 June 1910 Peru d. 14 January 1949.
88 Pequet, Henri 10 June 1910 Worked for Morane-Saulnier as chief test pilot, later airport director at Vichy.[55] died in March 1974.
89 Etévé, Albert Octave (General) 10 June 1910 Invented the Etévé Anemometer. Born in 1881. Died in 1976.[56]
90 Marconnet, Charles 10 June 1910 KIA 22 December 1914.
91 Paul, Ernest 10 June 1910
92 Gibert, Louis, 10 June 1910
93 Frey, André 10 June 1910 d. in accident 21 November 1912 at Reims/Mourmelon (France).[57][58][59]
94 Champel, Florentin 10 June 1910
95 Hanriot, Marcel 10 June 1910 Son of René Hanriot, no. 375; d. in March 1961.
96 Dufour, Jean 10 June 1910
97 Clolus (Commandant) 10 June 1910
98 Lebedeff, Wladimir 10 June 1910 Russia d. Paris 22 February 1947.
99 Paillette, Marcel 10 June 1910
100 Audemars, Edmond 10 June 1910 Switzerland Successful athlete (sprinter, racing cyclist); 6th pilot to succeed in "looping the loop".[60]"
101 Blondeau, Gustave 10 June 1910
102 Gobé, Armand 10 June 1910
103 Dufour, Edmond 10 June 1910 d. in 1939.
104 Niel, Albert 10 June 1910 d. 6 January 1936.
105 Nieport, Édouard de 10 June 1910 Co-founder of Nieuport aircraft company. d. in accident 15 September 1911 at Charny/Verdun.[61]
106 Madiot (Captain) 10 June 1910 d. in accident 23 October 1910 at La Brayelle nr. Douai (France).[62]
107 Baeder, Ferdinand de 21 June 1910
108 Clement-Bayard, Maurice 21 June 1910 Son of the founder of the Clément-Bayard company which designed and built bicycles, engines, automobiles, airships and aeroplanes.
109 Vallon, René 21 June 1910 d. in accident 6 May 1911 at Shanghai (China).[63][64]
110 Bathiat, Léon 21 June 1910 Founder of Vieilles Tiges, d. 3 May 1967.[65]
111 Laffont, Alexandre 21 June 1910 d. in accident 20 December 1910 (with passenger Mario Pola) at Issy-les_Moulineaux (France).[66][67]
112 Savary, Robert 21 June 1910
113 Hesne, Paul, Fils 21 June 1910
114 Noguès, Maurice 21 June 1910 d. 15 January 1934 in the crash[68] of the Dewoitine D.332 "Emeraude" at Corbigny, France.
115 Schwade, James 21 June 1910
116 Thomas, René 21 June 1910 Racing driver, winner of 1914 Indianapolis 500. Involved in first mid-air collision (with Bertram Dickson) in Milan, Italy, 2 October 1910. d. 1975
117 Granel, Marcel 21 June 1910 KIA 11 January 1915.
118 Duval, Emile 21 June 1910 d. 25 May 1956.
119 Daillens, Jean 21 June 1910 born about 1881.[69]
120 Bouvier, André 21 June 1910
121 Busson, Guillaume 21 June 1910 d. 17 March 1958.[70]
122 Noël, André 21 June 1910
123 Mahieu, Georges 21 June 1910
124 Petrowsky, Alexandre de 21 June 1910 Russia
125 Doroginskly, Stanislas 21 June 1910 Russia
126 Loraine, Robert 21 June 1910 UK
127 Ruchonnet, Emile 1 July 1910 Switzerland d. 12 January 1912 at Vidamée nr. Senlis (France).[71][72][73]
128 Tabuteau, Maurice 1 July 1910 Born in 1884. died in 1976.[74]
129 Verliac, Adrien 1 July 1910
130 Van Maasdyck, Clément 1 July 1910 Netherlands d. in accident 27 August 1910 at Arnhem (NL).[20][63]
131 Maillols, Joseph 1 July 1910
132 Chevreau, René 1 July 1910
133 Vidard, René 1 July 1910
134 Lesseps, Paul de 1 July 1910
135 Chateau, Edouard 19 July 1910
136 Kuhling, Louis 19 July 1910
137 Bonnier, François-Xavier (General) 19 July 1910
138 Gronier, Jules 19 July 1910
139 Renaux, Eugène 19 July 1910 d. 26 November 1955.
140 Gugnet, Gaston 19 July 1910
141 Bournique, Pierre-Marie 19 July 1910 d. in accident 18 May 1911 at Reims.[20][75]
142 Letheu 19 July 1910
143 Remy, Henri Charles (Lieut.) 19 July 1910 d. in accident 5 November 1914.[76]
144 Mauvais, Jean 19 July 1910
145 Basset 19 July 1910
146 Mailfert, Georges (Colonel) 19 July 1910
147 Garros, Roland 19 July 1910 First aerial crossing of the Mediterranean 23 September 1913;[77] fighter pilot, shot down 4 German aircraft; KIA 5 October 1918 (shot down and killed near Vouziers, Ardennes).
148 Obre, Emile 19 July 1910
149 Versepuy, Léon 19 July 1910 d. in November 1954.
150 Beaud, Edouard 19 July 1910
151 Somerset, Somers 19 July 1910 UK d.
152 Matyevitch-Matzeevitch, Bronislas 19 July 1910 Russia d. in accident 1 May 1911 at Sebastopol.[20][78]
153 Saunier 9 August 1910 KIA.
154 Lucca, Désiré (Colonel ) 9 August 1910
155 Sanchez-Besa, José 9 August 1910
156 Caumont la Force, Jacques de (Lieut.) 9 August 1910 d. in accident 30 December 1910 at Saint Cyr.[20][79]
157 Mouthier, Louis 9 August 1910
158 Devaulx, Robert (Lieutenant) 9 August 1910 d. in accident 2 September 1913[80]
159 Chemet, Géo 9 August 1910 KIA.
160 Chassagne, Jean 9 August 1910
161 Perin, Albert 9 August 1910
162 Martin, Xavier 9 August 1910
163 Chailley, Henri 9 August 1910
164 Picard, Pierre 9 August 1910
165 Hugoni, Edouard 9 August 1910 d. 14 March 1947.
166 Molla, Michel-Paul 9 August 1910 d. in 1951.
167 Train, Émile 9 August 1910
168 Mahieu, Michel 9 August 1910 KIA 2 May 1918.
169 Prier, Pierre 9 August 1910 Chief instructor at the Blériot flying school at Hendon and designer of the Bristol-Prier monoplane. d. in 1950.[81]
170 Letort, Léon 9 August 1910 d. in accident 10 December 1913 nr. Bordeaux (France).[44]
171 Barra, Franck 9 August 1910
172 Molla, Henri 9 August 1910
173 Balensi, Albert (Captain) 9 August 1910
174 Vullierme 9 August 1910
175 Byasson, Louis L/V 9 August 1910 d. in accident 14 April 1911 at Coignieres nr. Buc (France).[20][75]
176 Lesire, Eugène 9 August 1910
177 Simon, René (Captain) 9 August 1910
178 Matziewitch, Leon (Captain) 9 August 1910 Russia d. in accident 7 October 1910 at Saint Petersburg.[20][82][83]
179 Parisot, Léon 9 August 1910 d. in accident.
180 Caudron, René 29 August 1910 Founder of the Caudron aircraft company d. 27 September 1959.[84]
181 Oulianine, Serge 29 August 1910 Russia
182 Poillot, Edmond 29 August 1910 d. in accident 25 September 1910 at Chartres (France).[20][85]
183 Weiss, Gustave 29 August 1910 d. 11 November 1955.
184 Robillard, Georges Comte de 29 August 1910 d. in accident 4 May 1912 in Nice (France).[86]
185 Dufour, Louis 29 August 1910
186 Gournay, Henri 29 August 1910
187 Sée, Raymond 29 August 1910 d. in accident.[87]
188 Glorieux, Léon 29 August 1910
189 Parent, François 29 August 1910
190 Paris-Leclerc, Max 29 August 1910 d. 17 November 1953.
191 Zaifine, Jean 29 August 1910
192 André, Claude 29 August 1910
193 Baugnies, Jean-Bernard-Eugène 29 August 1910 d. 8 September 1935.
194 Lafon, Charles 29 August 1910
195 Piotrowsky, Grégoire 29 August 1910 Poland d. 29 March 1913 in Warsaw (Poland).[85]
196 Duperron 29 August 1910
197 Girard, Justin 29 August 1910 KIA 24 March 1916.[citation needed]
198 Kauffmann, Paul 29 August 1910 d. 4 April 1959.
199 Menard, Paul (Colonel) 29 August 1910 d. 13 April 1954.
200 Caille, Albert 29 August 1910
201 Florencie, Jean 29 August 1910
202 Joliot, André 29 August 1910
203 Koechlin, Jean Paul 29 August 1910 killed in France in 1916 during WW1.[88]
204 Langhe, Armand de 29 August 1910
205 Bill, Henri 29 August 1910 Test pilot for Farman.
206 Reymond, Émile 29 August 1910 KIA 2 Oct 1914.[89]
207 Raygorodski, Abram 29 August 1910
208 Wynmalen, Henri 29 August 1910 Born in 1889. Died in 1964.[90]
209 Malynski, Emmanuel de 29 August 1910
210 Kebouroff, Vissarlon 29 August 1910
211 Scipio del Campo, Michel 29 August 1910
212 Melly, Henry G. 29 August 1910 UK
213 Harding, Howard J. 29 August 1910 UK[91]
214 Archer, Ernest 29 August 1910 UK[91]
215 Blanchard, Fernand 29 August 1910 d. in accident 26 October 1910 at Issy les Moulineaux.[20][92]
216 Guée, Albert 29 August 1910
217 Visseaux, Henry-Jean 29 August 1910 France d. in 1949
218 Servies, JuIes 29 August 1910
219 Delage, Gustave 29 August 1910
220 Yence, Raymond 29 August 1910
221 Cordonnier, Robert 29 August 1910 d. in accident 9 June 1932 at Denain.
222 Labouret, René 29 August 1910
223 Kostine, Nicolas 29 August 1910
224 Loridan, Marcel 29 August 1910
225 Wassilieff de 29 August 1910 Russia
226 Niel, Marthe 4 October 1910 d. in December 1928.[93]
227 Kousminski de 4 October 1910 d. in accident 30 May 1914 at Odessa.[94]
228 Gaudard, Louis 19 September 1910 d. in accident 15 April 1913, Monaco.[95]
229 Meyer, Jules Maurice 19 September 1910
230 Lipkowski, Henri de 19 September 1910 Russia
231 Smith, Waldemar William 19 September 1910 UK d. in accident 27 May 1911 at Saint Petersburg.[20][96]
232 Binda, Léon 4 October 1910
233 Cheutin, Etienne-Jean (General) 4 October 1910
234 Molon, Louis 4 October 1910
235 Molon, Lucien 4 October 1910 d. 7 July 1957.
236 Baillod, Louis 4 October 1910
237 Bathiat, Georges 4 October 1910
238 Marquezy, René 4 October 1910
239 Hainaux, Marcel 4 October 1910
240 Gilbert, Eugene 4 October 1910 d. in accident 16 May 1918 at Villacoublay.[97]
241 Lombardi, Henri 4 October 1910
242 Cure, Gaston 4 October 1910
243 Deve 4 October 1910
244 Blanchet, Georges 4 October 1910
245 Komaroff, Michel 4 October 1910
246 Laurens, Ernest 4 October 1910
247 Hautefeuille 4 October 1910
248 Boivin, Albert 4 October 1910
249 Lemartin, Théodore 4 October 1910 d. in accident 18 June 1911 at Vincennes (France).[20][44]
250 Chioni, Basile 4 October 1910
251 Gaye, Georges 4 October 1910 d. 3 January 1952.
252 Algrin, René 1 October 1910 d. November 1932.
253 Junod, Auguste 4 October 1910 d. 30 August 1927.
254 Derny, Léon 4 October 1910
255 Ludmann, Gaston (General) 4 October 1910
256 Orus, Maurice 4 October 1910
257 Harle, André 4 October 1910
258 Hammond, Joe J. 4 October 1910 NZ/UK d.
259 Esterre, Charles d' 4 October 1910 UK
260 Burke, C. J. (Capt.) 4 October 1910 UK
261 Blard 19 October 1910
262 Morel, Pierre 19 October 1910 d. in September 1914.
263 Begue, Jean 19 October 1910
264 Jost, René (Capt.) 19 October 1910 d. 30 March 1912 after accident in February 1912 at Étampes.[98]
265 Grezaud, Pierre (Lt.-Col.) 19 October 1910 d. in 1953.
266 Jamblez, Paul 19 October 1910
267 Chatain, Marius 19 October 1910
268 Barbotte, Ernest 19 October 1910
269 Vallier, Edmond 19 October 1910 d. in accident in September 1914.[63]
270 Felix, Julien (Commandant) 19 October 1910 d. in accident 16 June 1914 Chartres (France).[99]
271 Bachot, Anastase 19 October 1910
272 Paul, Edmond A. 19 October 1910 UK
273 Zelinsky, Michel de 8 November 1910
274 Duflot, Eugène 8 November 1910 d. 11 March 1957 at Pau.
275 Balaye, Auguste 8 November 1910
276 Beard, Pierre 8 November 1910 Born in 1893. Died in 1966.[100]
277 Briançon, Lucien 8 November 1910
278 Lafargue, Henri 8 November 1910
279 Collin, Georges 8 November 1910
280 Bresson, Georges 8 November 1910
281 Marvingt, Marie 8 November 1910 d. in Nancy 14 December 1963.
282 Vasseur, Narcisse 8 November 1910
283 Boise de Courcenay, Edmond de 8 November 1910
284 Goffin, Marcel 8 November 1910
285 Villeneuve Trans, Louis de 8 November 1910 d. 26 May 1957.
286 Charpentier, Louis 8 November 1910
287 Cames, Mario-Garcia 8 November 1910
288 Romance, François de 8 November 1910
289 Yoshitoshi Tokugawa 8 November 1910
290 Koolhoven, Frederick 8 November 1910 Netherlands Rally driver, aircraft designer and manufacturer.
291 Kijmmerling, Albert 8 November 1910 d. (with his engineer Tonnet) in accident 9 June 1912 at Mourmelon (France).[98]
292 Studensky, Paul 23 November 1910
293 Lusetti, Archimède 23 November 1910
294 Clavenad, Pierre (Captain) 23 November 1910 d. in accident.[101]
295 Bousquet, Paul 23 November 1910 KIA.
296 Chatain, Louis 28 November 1910
297 Bellier, Albert 23 November 1910
298 Tenaud, Charles 23 November 1910 died September 7, 1911.[102]
299 Piccolo, Giulio 23 November 1910 Italy Holder of Italian certificate no. 28b; d. in accident 25 December 1910 at São Paulo (Brazil).[20][103][104]
300 Wintrebert, Henri 23 November 1910
301 Pascal, Ferdinand 23 November 1910 d. 1956.
302 Gaulard, Charles 23 November 1910 d. in 1953.
303 Boyer, Louis 7 December 1910
304 Valleton, Alfred 7 December 1910 d. in 1952.
305 Garnier, Léonce 7 December 1910
306 Morin, Roger 7 December 1910
307 Barillon, Pierre-Paul 7 December 1910 d. 3 September 1912.[105]
308 D'Aiguillon, Roger d' 7 December 1910
309 Bobba, André 7 December 1910 KIA in 1916.
310 Colomb, Henri 7 December 1910
311 Perreyon, Edmond 7 December 1910 d. in accident 25 November 1913.[85]
312 Védrines, Jules 7 December 1910 Winner of Gordon Bennett Trophy race in 1912., d. while attempting to fly from Paris to Rome 21 April 1919.
313 Gaubert, Edmond 7 December 1910
314 Normand 7 December 1910
315 Vigne, Henri Victorin 7 December 1910
316 Schumberger, Maurice 7 December 1910 KIA.
317 Bellot, André 7 December 1910
318 Herveux, Jane 7 December 1910 d. 15 January 1955.[106]
319 Planchut, Edmond 7 December 1910
320 Lecomte, Henri 7 December 1910 Killed in action 24 September 1916 while CO of escadrille C.42>
321 Level, René 7 December 1910 d. 14 October 1911 following accident on 12 October 1911 at Reims (France).[107]
322 Conneau, Jean 7 December 1910 d. 10 August 1937 at Lodève.
323 Lutge, Frits 7 December 1910
324 Eristov, Prince Vladimir 8 November 1910
325 Maslenikof, Boris 7 December 1910 Bulgaria
326 Semeniouk, Ignace 23 November 1910 Russia
327 Lewkowicz, Ladis 23 November 1910 d. 16 April 1939.
328 Marchal, Anselme 23 November 1910 Switzerland d. 26 June 1921.[108]
329 Gounouilhou, André 23 November 1910
330 Tricornot de Rose (Commandant) 23 November 1910 KIA.
331 Princeteau, Pierre (Lieut. ) 23 November 1910 d. in accident 18 June 1911 at Issy-les-Moulineaux (France).[20][109]
332 Noël, Jules 23 November 1910 d. in accident 9 February 1911 at Douzy/Douai (France).[20][110]
333 Chevalier, Louis 23 November 1910
334 Malherbe, René Marie Pierre de (Lt.- Col.) 23 November 1910 d. 11 May 1931 at Villacoublay.
335 Gaget, Joseph 23 November 1910
336 Sismanoglou, Jean 23 November 1910 KIA 15 June 1915.
337 Bague, Edouard-Jean (Lieut.) 23 November 1910 Disappeared 5 June 1911 while attempting to cross to Mediterranean Sea, near Corsica.[20][111]
338 Van Gaver, Paul 23 November 1910
339 Miltgen, Paul 23 November 1910
340 Féquant, Philippe (General) 23 November 1910 d. 28 December 1938.
341 Joly, 23 November 1910
342 Vialard, Charles, 23 November 1910
343 Gallie, Fernand 23 November 1910 KIA.
344 Labouchère, Jacques 23 November 1910 probably related to Rene Labouchere #86

See also[edit]

Lists for other years

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marmet passed his exam at Pau
  2. ^ Métrot
  3. ^ Vieilles Tiges website
  4. ^ Early Aviators entry for George Bibescu
  5. ^ Early Aviators article (in French, reproduced from Emile Aubrun, Brunoyen Pionnier de l'Aviation)
  6. ^ Émile Aubrun
  7. ^ Balsan
  8. ^ Charles Rolls
  9. ^ Mortimer Singer
  10. ^ Henri Brégi
  11. ^ Early Aviators article
  12. ^ Early Aviators article
  13. ^ death near Quebec
  14. ^ Emile Zens
  15. ^ Roger Sommer
  16. ^ Claude Grahame-White
  17. ^ Early Aviators article
  18. ^ Michel Efimof
  19. ^ Géo Chavez
  20. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q New York Times, 15 Oct. 1911
  21. ^ Felix Camerman
  22. ^ Camerman
  23. ^ Frédéric de Riensdyk
  24. ^ Champagne Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde
  25. ^ Early Aviators article
  26. ^ van den Born
  27. ^ Early Aviators article
  28. ^ Le Blon
  29. ^ René Gasnier
  30. ^ Maurice Herbster
  31. ^ Ferdnand Deletang
  32. ^ André Crochon
  33. ^ Early Aviators article: Burgeat
  34. ^ Bellenger
  35. ^ Émile Dubonnet
  36. ^ Albert Frey
  37. ^ Alfred Frey: Champagne berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde
  38. ^ Marcel Baratoux
  39. ^ Nicolas Popoff
  40. ^ Vincent Wiesenbach
  41. ^ Lam, D., p. 37.
  42. ^ Charles Wachter
  43. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde: Charles Wachter
  44. ^ a b c Lam, D,. p.21.
  45. ^ "Georges Legagneux (1882 - 1914) France". Champagne : Berceau de l'aviation du Monde. UNION DES MAISONS DE CHAMPAGNE (UMC). Retrieved 9 Jan 2011. 
  46. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde: Walter de Mumm
  47. ^ Early Aviators: Walter de Mumm
  48. ^ Early Aviators
  49. ^ Champagne| Berceau De L'Aviation Monde
  50. ^ Early Aviators article: Robert Martinet
  51. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde: Maurice Tetard
  52. ^ Louis Wagner, Champagne Berceau de L'Aviation Du Monde
  53. ^ Early Aviators article: Maurice Colliex
  54. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde: René Labouchère
  55. ^ Early Aviators article: Henri Pequet
  56. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde: Albert Etévé
  57. ^ Lam, D., p.14.
  58. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde
  59. ^ Early Aviators: Andre Frey
  60. ^ Edmond Audemars
  61. ^ Lam, D,. p-25-
  62. ^ Lam, D., p.22.
  63. ^ a b c Lam, D,. p.35.
  64. ^ Early Aviators: Rene Vallon
  65. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde: Léon Bathiat
  66. ^ Lam, D,. p.20.
  67. ^ Early Aviators
  68. ^ A photograph of the memorial to those killed in the crash of the "Emeraude" on 15 January 1934 can be seen here.
  69. ^ Champagne Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde
  70. ^ Guillaume Busson: Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde
  71. ^ Lam, D., p.30.
  72. ^ Champagne|Berceau De L'Aviation Du Monde: Emile Ruchonnet
  73. ^ EarlyAviators.com...Emile Ruchonnet Retrieved May 4, 2016
  74. ^ Early Aviators: Maurice Tabuteau
  75. ^ a b Lam, D,. p.7.
  76. ^ "Vieilles Tiges", Henri Charles Remy
  77. ^ Garros crosses the Med.
  78. ^ Lam, D., p.23.
  79. ^ Lam, D,. p.8.
  80. ^ Lam, D., p.11.
  81. ^ Early Aviators; Pierre Prier
  82. ^ Lam, D,. p.23.
  83. ^ "Vieilles Tiges" Matzievitsch, Levko
  84. ^ Lam, D,. p.26.
  85. ^ a b c Lam, D,. p.27.
  86. ^ Lam, D,. p.11.
  87. ^ "Vieilles Tiges", Sée, Raymond
  88. ^ Early Aviators,Paul Koechlin
  89. ^ "Vieilles Tiges": Dr Émile Reymond
  90. ^ Henry Wynmalen: Early Aviators
  91. ^ a b "The First Hundred" (PDF). Flight. Vol. XII no. 20. Reed Business Information Ltd. 22 July 1920. pp. 816–818. Retrieved 28 Dec 2010. 
  92. ^ Lam, D,. p.6.
  93. ^ Early Aviators: Marthe Niel
  94. ^ Lam, D,. p.19.
  95. ^ Lam, D,. p.14.
  96. ^ Lam, D,. p.32.
  97. ^ The End of M. Gilbert Flight 23 May 1918
  98. ^ a b Lam, D,. p.18.
  99. ^ Lam, D,. p.13.
  100. ^ Early Aviators: Pierre Beard
  101. ^ "Vieilles Tiges"
  102. ^ Carlos Tenaud Del Pomar: Early Aviators
  103. ^ Lam, D., p.27.
  104. ^ O Estado de S. Paulo, 25 Dec. 1910, p.4-5.
  105. ^ Lam, D,. p.4.
  106. ^ Early Aviators, Jane Herveux
  107. ^ Lam, D,. p.21
  108. ^ Anselm Marchal
  109. ^ Lam, D,. p.28
  110. ^ Lam, D,. p.25
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