List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1913

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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 1913 (nos. 383—719)
No. Name Date Comment
383 Lt. 'Georges Negresco': lt. av. Gheorghe Negrescu 7 January 1913[1] (1887-1977) locotenentul aviator. Romanian, Bristol Monoplane at the Bristol School, Salisbury Plain.[2] Qualified as an engineer and retired a General. Romanian Air Force squadron Flotila 70 Aviație is named after the Generalul aviator inginer Gheorghe Negrescu.
384 Walter Featherstone 7 January 1913[1] Bristol Monoplane at the Bristol School, Salisbury Plain.[3]
385 Lt. George Eardley Todd, Welsh Regiment 7 January 1913[1] Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[4]
386 Lt. Gilbert W. Mapplebeck, King's Regiment 7 January 1913[1] Took part in the first R.F.C. reconnaissance flight of World War I from Maubeuge, Belgium on 19 August 1914. Philip Joubert de la Ferté in a Bleriot of No. 3 Squadron RFC and Lt GW Mapplebeck in a BE2 of No. 4 Squadron RFC.[5]
387 Lt. John (Jack) Empson, 4th Royal Fusiliers 7 January 1913[1] Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands, died 15 May 1914[6]
388 Arthur Ewing RN 7 January 1913[1] Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands[7]
389 Capt. David Watson Powell, Northamptonshire Regiment 7 January 1913[1] Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands[8]
390 Gordon Noel Humphreys 7 January 1913[1] Caudron Biplane at Brooklands, later served with the Royal Flying Corps
391 Lt. A. B. Thompson, East Lancashire Regiment 7 January 1913[1] -
392 Lt. Lionel W. B. Rees RGA 7 January 1913[1] Rees was later awarded the Victoria Cross flying the De Havilland DH.2.
393 Engine Room Artificer Sidney T. Freeman RN 21 January 1913[9] -
394 Leading Seaman Bernard John William Brady RN 21 January 1913[9] -
395 Leading Seaman Arthur John Bateman RN 21 January 1913[9] -
396 Sub.-Lt. Arthur Wellesley Bigsworth RNR 21 January 1913[10] Awarded the D.S.O. for an attack on a Zeppelin on 17 May 1915[11] and a bar to his D.S.O. on 19 September 1915 "for his services in destroying singlehandedly a German submarine on the morning of August 26th, 1915, by bombs dropped from an aeroplane."[12][13] He was also mentioned in despatches.[14] Some claim that Bigsworth inspired W. E. Johns' character 'Bigglesworth' (Biggles).[15]
397 Lt. F W Bowhill RN 21 January 1913[16] Later air chief marshal.
398 Lt. Alexander Claud Garden Brown RN 21 January 1913[9] 1890-1919 Bristol Biplane at Eastbourne, later Royal Air Force. Died of wounds 6 May 1918 in France while serving with 48 Squadron RAF, had been wounded of a reconnaissance flight on 3 May 1918.[17]
399 Lt. Alexander Shekleton, Royal Munster Fusiliers 21 January 1913[9] -
400 Capt. Gilbert Braithwaite Rickards, late Royal Munster Fusiliers 21 January 1913[9] -
401 Henry Elliot William Macandrew 21 January 1913[9] -
402 Assistant-Paymaster John Henry Lidderdale RN 21 January 1913[9] -
403 Sub.-Lt. Reginald Leonard George Marix RNVR 21 January 1913[9] (1889–1966) Royal Naval Air Service, later Royal Air Force where he reached the rank of Air Vice Marshal. The first aviator to destroy a Zeppelin from an aircraft in 1914.
404 Lt. If. D. Vernon RN 21 January 1913[9] -
405 Sub. Lt. H. A. Littleton RNVR 21 January 1913[10] -
406 A. L. Russell 21 January 1913[9] -
407 Evelyn Ronald Whitehouse 21 January 1913[9] 1894-1979 Deperdussin Monoplane at Hendon, later Royal Naval Air Service then Royal Air Force.
408 Lt. J. T. Babington RN 21 January 1913[9] One of three Avro 504A pilots who carried out the bombing raid on the Zeppelin Base at Friedrichshafen on 21 November 1914. Later worked as a test pilot for Handley-Page. Remained in the RAF until 1944, retired with the rank of Air Marshal. Died in 1979.
409 Horace A. Buss 4 February 1913[18] -
410 Montague F. Glew 4 February 1913[18] -
411 Hubert Scott 4 February 1913[18] -
412 Air Mechanic Reginald Collis 4 February 1913[18] -
413 Christopher Nevile 4 February 1913[18] -
414 Capt. E. G. R. Lithgow RAMC 4 February 1913[18] -
415 Assistant Paymaster E. B. Parker RN 18 February 1913[19] -
416 Lt. M. W. Noel 18 February 1913[19] -
417 2nd-Lt. R. M. Vaughan, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 18 February 1913[19] -
418 Harold Thomas Gardiner Lane 18 February 1913[19] 1891-1919 Bristol Biplane at Brooklands
419 Frederick Frank Reilly Minchin 18 February 1913[19] 1890-1927 Bristol Biplane at Eastbourne, disappeared in 1927 over the Atlantic Ocean in Fokker F.VIIa St. Raphael.
420 J. Crawford Kehrmann 18 February 1913[19] -
421 Capt. William Geoffrey Hanson Salmond RFA 18 February 1913[19] -
422 Lt. R. P. Ross RN 18 February 1913[19] -
423 Lt. James Robert Branch Kennedy RN 18 February 1913[19] Died on 13 June 1913, as passenger of C. Gordon Bell, at Brooklands in a Martinsyde monoplane.[20]
424 George Lee Temple 18 February 1913[19] Died when he crashed in a Blériot monoplane at Hendon on 25 January 1914. The Royal Aero Club's Accident Investigation Committee's Report N. 19 stated that "the condition of the pilot's health, as disclosed by the medical evidence, coupled with the fact of the gradual turning over of the aircraft in its descent to the ground, point to the pilot having lost consciousness just before or at the commencement of the dive, and that this loss of consciousness and control was the cause of the accident."[21]
425 Lt. D. A. Oliver RN 18 February 1913[19] -
426 Lt. Thomas Scholes Creswell RMLI 18 February 1913[19] Lt. Creswell died, together with his passenger, Commander Rice, near Calshot when his seaplane (RNAS Serial no. 128) entered a dive from which he was unable to recover, hitting the water vertically at high speed. A witness, C. Gordon Bell, attested to the fact that the left wing started to break up before the aircraft hit the water. A verdict of 'accidental death from drowning' was recorded.[22]
427 Lt. L. L. MacLean, Gurkha Rifles 18 February 1913[19] -
428 Jules Teulade-Cabanes 18 February 1913[19] -
429 Lt. R. G. D. Small, Leinster Regiment 18 February 1913[19] -
430 Julian B. Hall 18 February 1913[19] -
431 Lt. C. F. Lee, King's Royal Rifles 18 February 1913[19] -
432 Percy Maxwell Muller 18 February 1913[19] -
433 Wallace Prowse Hodgson 18 February 1913[19] -
434 2nd Lt. R. A. Archer RFA 4 March 1913[23] -
435 2nd Lt. Lanoe Hawker RE 4 March 1913[23] Awarded Victoria Cross for engaging three German aircraft on 25 July 1915. Killed in dogfight with Manfred von Richthofen on 23 November 1916.
436 2nd Lt. D. J. McMullen RE 4 March 1913[23] -
437 Lt. C. E. H. Rathborne RMLI 4 March 1913[23] Later air commodore[24]
438 Sgt. William George Stafford 18 March 1913[25] -
439 Sgt. Edward J. Street 18 March 1913[25] -
440 Lt. Llewelyn C. Hordern 18 March 1913[25] -
441 2nd Lt. Charles G. G. Bayly RE 18 March 1913[25] -
442 Eardley H. Lawford 18 March 1913[25] -
443 Sgt. H. E. Vagg 18 March 1913[25] -
444 Sgt. Joseph Kemper 1 April 1913[26] -
445 1st Class Air Mechanic J. C. McNamara 1 April 1913[26] -
446 Leading Seaman Philip Ephraim Bateman RN 1 April 1913[26] -
447 Lt. Raymond Fitzmaurice RN 1 April 1913[26] -
448 Lt. W. F. Robertson Dobie 1 April 1913[26] -
449 Cmdr. Neville Usborne RNAS 1 April 1913[26] Used a Caudron Biplane at the Ewen School, Hendon. Died 21 February 1916 in an early parasite fighter experiment
450 Lt. Guy Blatherwick RN 1 April 1913[26] -
451 Lt. Wilfrid Picton-Warlow 1 April 1913[26] (1888–1914) Served with the Royal Flying Corps, killed in a flying accident on 20 December 1914 in a Blériot while returning home on leave from France to England.
452 Arthur B. Ashford Thomson 1 April 1913[26] -
453 Engine Room Artificer Herbert Hackney RN 31 March 1913[27] -
454 Capt. G. W. Vivian RN 31 March 1913[27] -
455 Leading Seaman G. R. Athlon 1 April 1913[27] -
456 Sgt. H. C. Wright RFC 1 April 1913[27] -
457 Lt. T. W. Mulcahy-Morgim, Royal Irish Fusiliers 12 April 1913[27] -
458 J. H. A. Landon 12 April 1913[27] -
459 J. H. G. Torr 17 April 1913[27] -
460 Sub-Lt. R. E. C. Peirse RNVR 22 April 1913[27] Later air chief marshal.[28]
461 2nd Lt. V. Waterfall, East Yorks Regt. 22 April 1913[27] -
462 Richard Norton Wight 22 April 1913[27] R.N.Wight, flying an Avro Tractor Biplane for the first time, crashed following a side-slip while doing a circuit at Shoreham Aerodrome. Wight survived the crash but was unable to free himself from the wreckage before the fuel from the ruptured fuel tank caught fire; those on the scene pulled him free, but he subsequently died "from the effects of the fire".[29]
463 2nd Lt. W. R. Read, KDG 12 Apr 1913[30] -
464 Sgt. Harold Victor Robbins 22 April 1913[30] -
465 Shipwright D. Shaw RN 23 April 1913[30] -
466 H. C. Tower 23 April 1913[30] -
467 Sgt. William Robert Bruce 23 April 1913[30] -
468 Com. Francis Rowland Scarlett RN 24 April 1913[30] First commandant of the RAF's No. 1 School of Technical Training
469 Lt. Francis John Leslie Cogan RFA 30 April 1913[31] -
470 2nd Lt. Roger Marshall RFA (Reserve) 30 April 1913[31] -
471 2nd Lt. Montagu Reaney Chidson RGA 30 April 1913[31] -
472 2nd Lt. Cyril Cordon Hosking RFA 30 April 1913[31] -
473 Harry Stewart 30 April 1913[31] -
474 Thomas Alfred Rainey 30 May 1913[31] -
475 Sgt. John Mead 30 May 1913[31] -
476 Laurance Hugh Strain 30 May 1913[31] -
477 Frank George Andreae 5 May 1913[31] -
478 Major Neville John Gordon Cameron, Cameron Highlanders 6 May 1913[31] -
479 Lt. Ulick John Deane Bourke, 52nd Light Infantry 9 May 1913[31] -
480 John George Barron 10 May 1913[31] -
481 Lt. Francis George Brodribb RN 13 May 1913[31] Died in 1958 after being trapped in a machine in his laundry.
482 Robert Arthur King 16 May 1913[31] -
483 Lt. William Gore Sutherland Mitchell, 1st Highland Light Infantry 17 May 1913[31] Became Air Chief Marshal and was the first RAF officer to hold the post of Black Rod.
484 Major George Charleton Merrick RGA 17 May 1913[31] Major Merrick was flying a Short Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon, on 3 October 1913. When at a height of about 300 ft. he was observed to be descending at a very steep angle. Shortly after this, he fell out and was killed. The aircraft turned on its back and landed gently. Accident Report No. 18 considered that the accident was "due primarily to the pilot forcing the aircraft down at too steep an angle, resulting in his falling forward on his control and accentuating the steepness of the descent." It also drew attention to the fact that the pilot was not strapped in and thought it was "quite possible that, in this particular instance, had he been so, the accident might have been averted."[32]
485 Rene Louis Desoutter 19 May 1913[33] Brother of Marcel Desoutter
486 Lt. Greville Edward Gordon McClellan, Worcestershire Regiment 20 May 1913[33] -
487 Manuel Zubiaga 20 May 1913[33] -
488 Tone Hippolyte Bayetto 22 May 1913[33] (1892–1918) Blériot Monoplane at the Grahame-White School, Hendon. An engineer who later joined the Royal Flying Corps as a Sergeant pilot, commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in 1916. Injured when his Sopwith Pup was shot down by enemy aircraft and badly injured returned to England in 1917. Back on flying duties he was killed on 28 July 1918 when the wings of his Sopwith Dolphin E4449 folded back and it dived into the ground from 200 feet.[34]
489 Shipwright Charles Victor Lacey RN 23 May 1913[33] -
490 Staff-Surgeon Hardy Vesey Wells RN 24 May 1913[33] -
491 Richard Orr Paterson 24 May 1913[33] -
492 Lt. Paul Augustine Broder, 5th Worcestershire Regiment 26 May 1913[33] -
493 Pierre Gandillon 26 May 1913[35] -
494 Lt. William Charles Hicks RN 27 May 1913[35] -
495 Lt. Gordon Adams, South Lancashire Regt. 29 May 1913[35] -
496 2nd Lt. A. A. Allen Knight, Royal Munster Fusiliers 29 May 1913[35] -
497 Capt. Francis Stuart Wilson RM 29 May 1913[35] -
498 Lt. Ambrose Gratton Power, Royal Munster Fusiliers 2 June 1913[35] -
499 Lt. Malcolm Wallace Duncan RA 2 June 1913[35] -
500 Assistant-Paymaster Charles Robert Finch Noyes RN 29 May 1913[36] -
501 Lt. H.D. Harvey-Kelly, Royal Irish Regt. 30 May 1913[36] First RFC pilot to land in France in the First World War. Shot down by Kurt Wolff and died of wounds in April 1917
502 Naval Shipwright George Thomas Harvey Pack 2 June 1913[36] -
503 Lt. Arthur Bruce Gaskell RN 2 June 1913[36] -
504 Reginald Hugh Carr 2 June 1913[36] -
505 Lt. William George Sitwell RN 3 June 1913[36] -
506 Frank Widenham Goodden 3 June 1913[36] (1889–1917) Major in the Royal Flying Corps, died testing a prototype Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 at Farnbrough on 28 January 1917.
507 Frank Hudson 3 June 1913[36] -
508 Capt. George Marshall Griffith RGA 3 June 1913[36] -
509 Capt. Henry Fawcett RMLI 3 June 1913[36] -
510 Eric Bentley Bauman 3 June 1913[36] -
511 Joseph Raymond de Laplane 12 June 1913[36] -
512 Sub-Lt. Douglas Claude Strathearn Evill RN 13 June 1913[36] -
513 George Lancelot Gipps 13 June 1913[36] In 1914 G.L.Gipps was being instructed by Frederick Warren Merriam at Brooklands when the aircraft, which was fitted with dual controls, "suddenly banked steeply and, making a quarter-turn, nose dived to the ground from a height of about 50 ft.", killing Gipps and injuring Merriam. Merriam stated at the inquiry that he was "under the impression that [Gipps] was resisting his control". The Committee recommended "that in all dual controlled machines used for instructional purposes, means should be provided whereby the instructor can instantly disconnect the passenger's control."[37]
514 Francis Percy Adams 13 June 1913[36] -
515 William Birchenough 13 June 1913[36] -
516 Lt. Ronald Burns, Australian Commonwealth Military Forces 13 June 1913[36] -
517 2nd Lt. Charles Francis Beevor, 18th QMO Hussars 13 June 1913[36] -
518 Lt. Edward Overend Priestley RN 14 June 1913[36] -
519 Sgt.-Maj. Albert Fletcher 1 July 1913[38] Later Air Commodore in the RAF[39]
520 Sgt.-Maj. Arthur Harold Measures 16 June 1913[38] -
521 Lt. George Hugh Vaus Hathorn RMLI 16 June 1913[38] -
522 Sgt. Charles Mullen 16 June 1913[38] -
523 2nd Lt. Reginald Charles Hope Bewes 17 June 1913[38] -
524 Sgt. Charles Edward Jarvis 17 June 1913[38] -
525 Major William Sefton Brancker RFA 18 June 1913[38] Became an Air Vice-Marshal in the Royal Air Force and Director of Civil Aviation. Died in the crash of the R101 airship in France on 5 October 1930.
526 Edwin Prosser 18 June 1913[38] -
527 2nd Lt. Mervyn Noott 20 June 1913[38] -
528 Capt. Andre Popovici 21 June 1913[38] Romanian
529 Lt. C. E. Maude RN 26 June 1913[38] -
530 Capt. Henry Hammond Shott DSO 30 June 1913[38] -
531 2nd Lt. Arthur Victor Newton, Special Reserve 30 June 1913[38] -
532 Lt.-Col. Alexander Beamish Hamilton 30 June 1913[38] -
533 Lt. Augustus Willington Shelton Agar RN 25 June 1913[40] Awarded the Victoria Cross for an attack on the Bolshevik cruiser Oleg in Kronstadt harbour while in command of HM Coastal Motor Boat 4 on 17 June 1919.[41]
534 Lt. Arnold John Miley RN 1 July 1913[40] -
535 2nd Lt. Ronald Falshaw Morkill, Special Reserve 1 July 1913[40] -
536 Lt. Edward Osmond RN 1 July 1913[40] -
537 William Thomas Warren 1 July 1913[40] -
538 1st Class Air-Mechanic Henry Vaughan Jerrard 2 July 1913[40] -
539 Capt. Arthur Charles Barnby RMLI 2 July 1913[40] -
540 Lt. Richard Edward Orton, 1st East Lancashire Regt. 2 July 1913[40] -
541 1st Class Air-Mechanic Frank Pratt 3 July 1913[40] -
542 Lt. Constantin Beroniade 4 July 1913[40] Romanian
543 Lt. Alexandru Pascanu 4 July 1913[40] Romanian
544 Thomas Wilfrid Elsdon 8 July 1913[40] -
545 Graham Elesmere Harris 8 July 1913[40] -
546 Sir Archibald Henry Macdonald Sinclair, Bt. 8 July 1913[40] -
547 2nd Lt. Albert Ernest Morgan, Special Reserve 8 July 1913[40] -
548 Lt. Arthur Courtney Boddam-Whetham, Reserve of Officers 8 July 1913[40] -
549 Sgt. Edward Ernest Porter 9 July 1913[40] -
550 Lt. Maurice John Ambler, 14th Hussars 10 July 1913[40] -
551 Lt. Henry Le Marchant Brock, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 10 July 1913[40] Later air commodore, RAF.[42]
552 Willoughby Montgomery Fane Pendlebury 11 July 1913[40] -
553 2nd Lt. John Hugh Macdonald Stevenson 11 July 1913[40] -
554 Shipwright Charles Barry Snow 12 July 1913[40] -
555 Herbert Bradford 14 July 1913[40] -
556 Hubert Poyntz-Gaynor Leigh 14 July 1913[40] -
557 George Alfred John Blundell 14 July 1913[40] -
558 William Sterling Roberts 3 July 1913[43] -
559 1st Class Air-Mechanic Charles R. Gallie 12 July 1913[43] -
560 Hans Rolshoven 14 July 1913[43] WWI pilot in German Naval Air Station Zeebrugge, 1 October 1917, CO of Seefrontstaffel I in Nieuwmunster, killed in accident 6 May 1918
561 Col. Nevill Maskelyne Smyth VC 16 July 1913[43] -
562 Lt. Gordon Stuart Low RGA 16 July 1913[43] -
563 Robin Grey 16 July 1913[43] -
564 Edward Thomas Newton-Clare 17 July 1913[43] -
565 Bernard H. E. Howard 19 July 1913[43] -
566 Sub-Lt. Ian Hew Waldegrave Stair Dalrymple-Clark RNR 19 July 1913[43] -
567 Lt. Barry Fitzgerald Moore 21 July 1913[43] -
568 Robert Reginald Skene 21 July 1913[43] -
569 Lt. Arthur Cecil Herbert Adrian Eales IA 21 July 1913[43] -
570 J Capt. Bryan Charles Fairfax, Durham Light Infantry 26 July 1913[43] -
571 (unassigned?) - -
572 Able Seaman George Savill 18 July 1913[44] -
573 Sgt. William James Waddington 28 July 1913[44] -
574 E. L. M. Leveson-Gower 4 August 1913[44] -
575 Louis Arbon Strange 5 August 1913[44] -
576 Maxime Leverrier 7 August 1913[44] -
577 Leonhard Hubert Jagenberg 9 August 1913[44] -
578 S. J. V. Fill 3 August 1913[45] -
579 1st Class Air-Mechanic William Smith 5 August 1913[45] -
580 1st Class Air-Mechanic Frederick Dismore 5 August 1913[45] -
581 Frank Myles Temple Reilly 5 August 1913[45] -
582 Engine Room Artificer P. H. McCartan 6 August 1913[45] -
583 Sgt.-Major Albert Levick 8 August 1913[45] -
584 R. E. C. Penny 9 August 1913[45] -
585 2nd Lt. Joseph Frederick Mead, Royal Fusiliers 11 August 1913[45] -
586 Shipwright William Cole 13 August 1913[45] -
587 Capt. Henry Cholmondeley Jackson, Bedfordshire Regiment 13 August 1913[45] -
588 Hereward de Havilland 13 August 1913[46] -
589 Lt. Napier Charles Gordon Cameron, H.M. Land Forces 13 August 1913[45] -
590 Surgeon Frederick George Hitch RN 14 August 1913[45] -
591 Donald William Clappen 15 August 1913[45] -
592 Lt. Charles Curtis Darley RA 15 August 1913[45] -
593 Gordon Tsoe Kwong Wong 15 August 1913[45] Chinese subject
594 Engine Room Artificer William Fleetwood Shaw 15 August 1913[45] -
595 Capt. Lewis Pugh Evans, Black Watch 20 August 1913[45] -
596 Richard Crofts Powell 20 August 1913[45] Photos of the cover and inside pages of Powell's licence, dated 20 August 1913, can be seen here.
597 Lt. Richard Edward Lewis, West India Regt. 20 August 1913[45] -
598 Henry Webb 20 August 1913[45] -
599 Capt. Cyril Francis Murphy, 1st Royal Berkshire Regiment 20 August 1913[45] -
600 Second Lt. Oswyn George William Gifford Lywood 21 August 1913[45] Air Vice-Marshal during World War II.[47]
601 Petty Officer James Claud Hendry RN 20 August 1913[45] -
602 Second Lt. B. M. B. Bateman RFA 26 August 1913[45] -
603 Lt. W. R. Crocker RN 28 August 1913[45] -
604 Sgt. F. E. Bishop RMA 28 August 1913[45] -
605 Lt. Lord George Wellesley, Grenadier Guards 28 August 1913[45] -
606 Lt. S. W. Smith, RFA (SR) 29 August 1913[45] -
607 Second Lt. Lord E. A. Grosvenor, H.M. Land Forces 29 August 1913[45] -
608 Capt. Cyril Percy Downer, Northants Regt. 29 August 1913[45] Died 10 March 1914 in an accident on Salisbury Plain while flying Vickers-built B.E.2 biplane no. 453 from the Central Flying School at RAF Upavon.[48] The Public Safety and Accident Investigation Committee of the Royal Aero Club found that the accident was "solely due to the steep and protracted descent of the aircraft followed by an attempt, due to inexperience, to flatten out too suddenly when descending at an excessive speed."[49]
609 Capt. L. E. O. Charlton, Lancashire Fusiliers 29 August 1913[45] -
610 J. C. Joubert de la Ferté 29 August 1913[45] -
611 Armourer's Mate Rowland Harper RN 29 August 1913[45] -
612 Capt. B. D. Fisher, 17th Lancers 30 August 1913[45] -
613 The Hon. F. W. L. Vernon 30 August 1913[45] -
614 Joseph James Bland 30 August 1913[45] (Hydro-aeroplane)
615 2nd Lt. Howard Bertie Strong, Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment 3 September 1913[50] -
616 John William Wilfred Slack 8 September 1913[50] -
617 Vivian Gaskell Blackburn 10 September 1913[50] -
618 Walter Hugh Stewart Garnett 10 September 1913[50] -
619 2nd Lt. Lambert Playfair, Royal Scots 11 September 1913[50] -
620 Lt. Nevile Morris Jenkins RA 11 September 1913[50] -
621 Lt. Hyacinth Joseph Albert Roche, Royal Munster Fusiliers 12 September 1913[50] -
622 Capt. Arthur James Ellis, South Wales Borderers 12 September 1913[50] -
623 Lt. Jack Armand Cuningham RFA 12 September 1913[50] -
624 Cecil Le de Spencer Wynne Roberts 12 September 1913[50] -
625 Francis Knox Haskins RN 13 September 1913[50] -
626 Colin Layzell-Apps 13 September 1913[50] -
627 Lt. Reginald John Bone RN 16 August 1913[51] -
628 Carpenter Warrant Officer Leonard Rupert Staddon 12 September 1913[51] -
629 Frederic George Bevis 13 September 1913[51] -
630 Engineer-Lt. Gerald West Storey Aldwell RN 15 September 1913[51] -
631 Engine Room Artificer Albert Edward Case 17 September 1913[51] -
632 Noel Pemberton Billing 17 September 1913[51] -
633 Wilfrid Watts 17 September 1913[51] -
634 Edward John Addis 17 September 1913[51] Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands. Lieutenant in the Royal Naval Air Service, awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) in 1918.
635 Capt. Francis A. Ferguson RE 22 September 1913[51] -
636 Petty Officer Frederick James Hooper 22 September 1913[51] -
637 E.R.A. Vivian Rees 27 September 1913[51] -
638 Capt. Geoffrey Henry Cox, SR 27 September 1913[52] -
639 Frank Bernard Halford 2 October 1913[52] (1894–1955) after service with the Royal Flying Corps became an aero-engine designer and chairman and technical director of de Havilland engines. Designer of the de Havilland Gipsy piston engine.
640 E. R. A. William Badley 3 October 1913[52] -
641 Sir Bryan B. M. Leighton, Bt. 3 October 1913[52] Born 26 November 1868. Of Loton Park, Shropshire. Lieutenant Colonel Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry, served in First World War as Flying Officer, Royal Flying Corps; died 19 January 1919.[53][54]
642 Carpenter Michael Sullivan Keogh RN 4 October 1913[52] -
643 Ivan Beauclerk Hart-Davies 6 October 1913[52] -
644 Capt. George Henderson IA 7 October 1913[52] -
645 Lt. Roger Montague Boger RFA 8 October 1913[52] -
646 Christopher Draper 9 October 1913[52] -
647 Lt. Ennis Tristram Ratcliffe Chambers RN 9 October 1913[52] -
648 Lt. Gerard Lowndes Edward Sherlock, 3rd The King's Own Hussars 9 October 1913[52] -
649 Lt. Charles Bennett Spence RFA 13 October 1913[52] -
650 Willy Voigt 15 October 1913[55] -
651 Lt. Eric Roper-Curzon Nanson RNR 15 October 1913[55] -
652 Capt. Herbert Creagh Jenings, 5th Royal Irish Lancers 16 October 1913[55] -
653 Capt. Thomas Couper Mudie, Royal Scots 16 October 1913[55] -
654 Eng.-Lt. Charles Dempster Breese RN 16 October 1913[55] -
655 Leonard Cameron Kidd 22 October 1913[55] -
656 Assistant-Paymaster Vyvian Harcourt Coles RNR 22 October 1913[55] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[56] Missing in Action 21 August 1918 after the Q-ship HMS Vala was sunk by U-Boat UB-54.
657 Capt. Gerald Charles Balfour Buckland, 8th Gurkha Rifles, IA 22 October1913[55] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.[57]
658 James William Humphrys Scotland 23 October 1913[55] New Zealand aviator used a Caudron Biplane at the Hall School, Hendon to be the second New Zealander to gain a licence in England.[58] In 1914 he made the first substantial cross-country flight in New Zealand.
659 Major Gerald Richard Vivian Kinsman RFA 24 October 1913[55] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[59] Awarded a Distinguished Service Order and appointed a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) for his service during the First World War, died in 1963.
660 Reginald Kirshaw Pierson BSc 24 October 1913[55] An engineer, used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[60] Became chief designer at Vickers, designs include the Vimy and the Wellington.
661 Maurice Bernal Blake 24 October 1913[55] Born in Ireland the son of Henry Arthur Blake, he is described as an equerry to Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein. Used a Grahame-White Biplane at the Grahame-White School, Hendon.[61] Served with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force and died in 1934.
662 Lt. Alexander Gallaher, 4th Dragoon Guards 24 October 1913[55] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.[62]
663 Lt. Keith Frederick William Dunn RFA 24 October 1913[55] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.[63]
664 Lt. Charles Herbert Oxlade RNR 25 October 1913[55] Used an EAC Biplane at the Eastbourne School, Eastbourne.[64] Killed in action when in command of the sloop HMS Arbutus which was torpedoed by a U Boat (UB-65) in The Bristol Channel 15 December 1917.[65]
665 Capt. Charles George Billing RM 27 October 1913[55] Used a Caudron Biplane at the Ewen School, Hendon.[66] Killed in action Gallipoli 13 June 1915.[67]
666 Lt. Charles Herbert Collet RMA 21 October 1913[68] Used an Avro Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[69] Serving with the Royal Naval Air Service, on 22 September 1914 he was awarded the DSO for the first long distance air raid into enemy territory of the war, when he bombed the Zeppelin sheds at Düsseldorf.[70] He was killed at Imbros Island, Greece on 19 August 1915.[69][70]
667 Capt. Cecil Francis Kilner RMLI 22 October 1913[68] Used a B.E. Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[71] Took part in the Cuxhaven Raid on Zeppelin sheds on Christmas Day, 1914. Died 20 October 1925 as a Royal Air Force Group Captain.[72][73]
668 Ordinary Telegraphist Robert Millar Stirling RN 22 October 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Naval School, Eastchurch.[74]
669 Warrant Officer Artificer Engineer William Foster Floyd RN 24 October 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Naval School, Eastchurch.[75] Killed in a flying accident in Essex, 21 January 1918.[76]
670 2nd Lt. Ralph William Gore Hinds, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 31 October 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[77] Killed in action in France 16 May 1915.[78]
671 Lt. William Foster MacNeece, 1st Battalion, Queen's Own Regt. 31 October 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[79] Served on the western front in the First World War as a pilot during 1914, he returned to England and specialised on balloons, he was seconded to the Royal Naval Air Service to train them in the operation of kite balloons. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1916 after his balloon was shot-down and he escaped by parachute, being badly injured. He retired from the Royal Air Force in 1937 as an Air Commodore and was recalled during the Second World War as an Air Vice-Marshal.[80]
672 Petty Officer James Fraser Grady RN 1 November 1913[68] Used a Maurice Farman Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[81]
673 1st Air Mechanic William Hedley Butt RFC 1 November 1913[68] Used a Maurice Farman Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[82]
674 1st Air Mechanic Ernest Edward Copper RFC 1 November 1913.[68] Used a Maurice Farman Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[83]
675 Engine Room Artificer Hugh Nelson RN 1 November 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Naval School, Eastchurch.[84]
676 Lt. de Courcy Wyndor Plunkett Ireland RN 1 November 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Naval School, Eastchurch.[85] Was with the Royal Naval Air Service when he was killed 21 Feb 1916 near Rochester, Kent.[85][86]
677 Sgt. David Patterson RFC 4 November 1913[68] Used a Short Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[87]
678 2nd Lt. George John Malcolm RA 5 November 1913[68] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[88] Killed in action in France 9 Jul 1916 flying with 20 Squadron RFC.[89]
679 Capt. Thomas Hugh Colville Frankland, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 5 November1913[68] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[90] Killed in action at Gallipoli 25 April 1915.[91]
680 2nd Lt. Sydney Harry Batty-Smith, 1st Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 5 November 1913[68] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[92] He was the Aide-de-camp to the Governor of Hong Kong when he was killed 12 February 1945 and buried at Stanley Military Cemetery.[93][94]
681 Sub-Lt. John Douglas Harvey RN 6 November 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[95]
682 2nd Lt. Marcus Winslow Huish RFA 8 November 1913[68] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.[96]
683 Acting-Lt. Rupert Healey Walley RNR 21 October 1913[97] Used a Maurice Farman Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[98]
684 Chief-Armourer Charles Hart Whitlock RN 1 November 1913[97] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Naval School, Eastchurch.[99]
685 Sgt. Fred Farrer RFC 7 November 1913[97] Used a Maurice Farman Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[100]
686 Lt. The Hon. Herbert Lyttelton Pelham, 2nd Bn., Royal Sussex Regiment. 11 November 1913[97] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[101] Killed in action France 14 September 1914.[102]
687 Lt. Hugh Frederic Treeby, West Riding Regt. 16 November 1913[97] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[103] Died 19 March 1914 at Salisbury Plain.
688 2nd Lt. William Ralph Elliot Harrison RFA 21 November 1913[97] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.[104] Also holds certificate #11184 awarded 21 June 1933 when he was a Lt Col at the War Office.[105] Harrison died from drowning when his yacht sank on 22 September 1934.[106]
689 Henry Spencer Newton Courtney 22 November 1913[97] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Larkhill, Salisbury Plain.[107]
690 Lt. Robert John Ferguson Barton, Royal Scots Fusiliers 24 November 1913[97] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[108]
691 Sgt. James McCrae, RFC(MW) 24 November 1913[109] Used a Short Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[110]
692 Shipwright Henry Herbert Scott RN 24 November 1913[109] Used a Farman Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[111]
693 Capt. Daniel Harrison Macdonell DSO 25 November 1913[109] A captain in the Northern Nigeria Regiment used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[112] Won the DSO in the South African War in the early 1900s and became a pilot in the Royal Flying Corps.
694 Lt. Augustus Charles Earle Marsh 26 November 1913[109] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Salisbury Plain.[113] Claimed the first confirmed RFC victory in the First World War when with 6 Squadron he shot down a "Fokker" on 1 November 1914.
695 Lt. Cedric Yeats McDonald, Seaforth Highlanders 27 November 1913[109] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[114]
696 2nd Lt. Gerald Henry Broadhurst RFA 29 November 1913[109] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[115] Missing in action in Flanders 8 May 1915.[116]
697 Owen Bulmer Howell 29 November 1913[109] Described as a Soliciter, used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[117] Served in the Royal Naval Air Service.
698 John Marten Rush Cripps 2 December 1913[109] Used a Grahame-White Biplane at the Grahame-White School, Hendon.[118] Served in the Royal Naval Air Service.
699 Rolf Gustav Ugo von Segebaden 7 December 1913[119] Swedish aviator used a Grahame-White Biplane at the Grahame-White School, Hendon.[120]
700 Capt. Maurice George Lee, 40th Pathans, IA 8. December 1913[119] New Zealand-born aviator used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[121]
701 Sgt. Duncan Mitchell RFC 11. December 1913[119] Used a Maurice Farman Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.
702 Capt. Basil Henri Louis Hay 11. December 1913[119] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School at Salisbury Plain and Brooklands.[122]
703 Harold Richard Johnson 11. December 1913[119] Described as a motor engineer used a Caudron Biplane at the Ewen School, Hendon.[123] Killed in action in France 19 January 1916 in a flying accident with 3 Squadron RFC.[124]
704 Norman Howarth 11. December 1913[119] Described as an engineer used a Grahame-White Biplane at the Grahame-White School, Hendon.[125]
705 Second Lt. Thomas Leonard Stanley Holbrow RE 13. December 1913[119] Used a Caudron Biplane at the Ewen School, Hendon.[126] Killed in action in France 28 March 1918.[127]
706 William Henry Elliott 22 November 1913[128] Used an Avro Biplane at the Shoreham Flying School, Shoreham.[129]
707 Sgt. John Roland Gardiner RFC 11 Dec 1913[128] Used a Short Biplane at the Central Flying School, Upavon.[130]
708 Ian Cameron Macdonell 17 December 1913[128] Canadian aviator and described as an engineer used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[131] Killed in action in France 2 July 1916.[131]
709 Sir Robert George Vivian Duff 18 December 1913[128] Listed by the RAeC as Robin George Duff, used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[132] Killed in action in Belgium 16 October 1914.[133]
710 James Leonard Finney 19 December 1913[128] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[134]
711 Capt. Hugh Caswall Tremenheere Dowding RA 20 December 1913[128] Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School, Brooklands.[135] Flew with the Royal Flying Corps and later Royal Air Force, He was the commander of RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain. Retired as an Air Vice Marshal in 1942 and became Baron Dowding of Bentley Priory. Died in 1970 aged 87.
712 Sgt. Frederick George Bateman RFC 20 December 1913[128] Used a Maurice Farman Biplane at the Royal Flying Corps, Netheravon.[136]
713 Lt. Charles Edward Ridgway Bridson, 3rd Battalion, King's Own Regiment 20 December 1913[128] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Brooklands.[137] Died in Belgium 4 April 1916 aged 25.[138]
714 Sub-Lt. Geoffrey Rhodes Bromet RN 22 December 1913[128] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School at Salisbury Plain and Brooklands.[139] Retired in 1945 as a Royal Air Force Air Vice-Marshal and became the Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man until 1952, he died in 1983.
715 Lt. Rowland Edward Brian Hunt 22 December 1913[128] Used an EAC Biplane at the Eastbourne Aviation School. Eastbourne.[140]
716 Lt. Edmund Digby Maxwell Robertson RN 22 December 1913[128] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School at Brooklands.[141] Later flew with the Royal Air Force and retired in 1935 as an Air Commodore, was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1919.[142]
717 Andrew Delfosse Badgery 22 December 1913[128] Australian-born aviator used a Caudron Biplane at the Ewen School, Hendon.[143] Flew with the Australian Flying Corps from 1916 to 1918. Was married to Dorothy Wall an author and illustrator of children's fiction books.
718 Lt. Robert Crosby Halahan RN 24 December 1913[128] Used a Bristol Biplane at the Bristol School, Salisbury Plain.[144] Killed in action June 1916 in North Sea with the loss of Submarine E18.
719 Cecil Francis Webb 31 December 1913[128] Described as an engineer and draughtsman he used a Grahame-White Biplane at the Grahame-White School at Hendon.[145]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Flight 11 January 1913
  2. ^ RAeC Record Card #383
  3. ^ RAeC Record Card #384
  4. ^ RAeC Record Card #385
  5. ^ Official RAF history at www.mod.uk
  6. ^ RAeC Record Card #387
  7. ^ RAeC Record Card #388
  8. ^ RAeC Record Card #389
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Flight 25 January 1913
  10. ^ a b Flight 1 February 1913
  11. ^ RAFweb biographical details
  12. ^ Naval History website (July-September 1915
  13. ^ Naval History website (July-September 1917).
  14. ^ London Gazette 31 May 1918
  15. ^ One claim that Bigglesworth ('Biggles') was based upon Bigsworth
  16. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Bowhill.htm
  17. ^ CWGC Alexander Claud Garden Brown
  18. ^ a b c d e f Flight 8 February 1913
  19. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Flight 22 February 1913
  20. ^ Barnes C.H. & James D.N (1989). Shorts Aircraft since 1900. London: Putnam. p. 89. ISBN 0-85177-819-4. 
  21. ^ Flight 7 February 1914, Accident Report No. 19
  22. ^ Flight 12 June 1914
  23. ^ a b c d Flight 8 March 1913
  24. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Rathborne.htm
  25. ^ a b c d e f Flight 29 March 1913
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i Flight 5 April 1913
  27. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Flight 26 April 1913
  28. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/PeirseREC.htm
  29. ^ Flight 19 July 1913, Accident Report No. 15
  30. ^ a b c d e f Flight 3 May 1913
  31. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Flight 24 May 1913
  32. ^ Flight 1 November 1913, Accident Report No. 18
  33. ^ a b c d e f g h Flight 31 May 1913
  34. ^ http://www.66squadron.co.uk/biogs/bayetto.htm
  35. ^ a b c d e f g Flight 7 June 1913
  36. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Flight 21 June 1913
  37. ^ Flight 15 May 1914, Accident Report No. 20
  38. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Flight 5 July 1913
  39. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Fletcher_A.htm
  40. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Flight 19 July 1913
  41. ^ "Victoria Cross & VC". Imperial War Museums. Retrieved 24 February 2012.
  42. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Brock.htm
  43. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Flight 2 August 1913
  44. ^ a b c d e f Flight 16 August 1913
  45. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj Flight 6 September 1913
  46. ^ Flight 13 September 1913
  47. ^ http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Lywood_OGWG.htm
  48. ^ New York Evening Post, 11 March 1914, p.1.
  49. ^ Flight, 3 July 1914, p.703, Report No. 24.
  50. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Flight 20 September 1913
  51. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Flight 4 October 1913
  52. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Flight 18 October 1913
  53. ^ Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, 1967. Burke's Peerage Ltd. p. 1483. 
  54. ^ His memorial in Alberbury parish church, Shropshire, says "He pioneered aviation, taking his certificate in 1913".
  55. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Flight 1 November 1917
  56. ^ RAeC record card #656
  57. ^ RAeC record card #657
  58. ^ RAeC record card #658
  59. ^ RAeC record card #659
  60. ^ RAeC record card #660
  61. ^ RAeC record card #661
  62. ^ RAeC record card #662
  63. ^ RAeC record card #663
  64. ^ RAeC record card #664
  65. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission OXLADE, CHARLES HERBERT
  66. ^ RAeC record card #665
  67. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission BILLING
  68. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Flight 15 November 1913
  69. ^ a b RAeC record card #666
  70. ^ a b Commonwealth War Graves Commission COLLET, CHARLES HERBERT
  71. ^ RAeC record card #667
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  73. ^ "Group Captain C. F. Kilner". Obituaries. The Times (44101). London. 24 October 1925. col E, p. 16. 
  74. ^ RAeC record card #668
  75. ^ RAeC record card #669
  76. ^ "Killed in Action". Deaths. The Times (41695). London. 24 January 1918. col A, p. 1. 
  77. ^ RAeC record card #670
  78. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission RALPH WILLIAM GORE HINDS
  79. ^ RAeC record card #671
  80. ^ Air Vice-Marshal W F MacN Foster
  81. ^ RAeC record card #672
  82. ^ RAeC record card #673
  83. ^ RAeC record card #674
  84. ^ RAeC record card #675
  85. ^ a b RAeC record card #676
  86. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission DE COURCY WYNDOR PLUNKETT IRELAND
  87. ^ RAeC record card #677
  88. ^ RAeC record card #678
  89. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission GEORGE JOHN MALCOLM
  90. ^ RAeC record card #679
  91. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission THOMAS HUGH COLVILLE FRANKLAND
  92. ^ RAeC record card #680
  93. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission SYDNEY HARRY BATTY-SMITH
  94. ^ "Capt S. H. Batty-Smith". Find a Grave. Retrieved 17 October 2010. 
  95. ^ RAeC record card #681
  96. ^ RAeC record card #682
  97. ^ a b c d e f g h Flight 29 November 1913
  98. ^ RAeC record card #683
  99. ^ RAeC record card #684
  100. ^ RAeC record card #685
  101. ^ RAeC record card #686
  102. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission The Hon. HERBERT LYTTELTON PELHAM
  103. ^ RAeC record card #687
  104. ^ RAeC record card #688
  105. ^ RAeC record card #11184
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  107. ^ RAeC record card #689
  108. ^ RAeC record card #690
  109. ^ a b c d e f g h Flight 13 December 1913
  110. ^ RAeC record card #691
  111. ^ RAeC record card #692
  112. ^ RAeC record card #693
  113. ^ RAeC record card #694
  114. ^ RAeC record card #695
  115. ^ RAeC record card #696
  116. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission GERALD HENRY BROADHURST
  117. ^ RAeC record card #697
  118. ^ RAeC record card #698
  119. ^ a b c d e f g Flight 20 December 1913
  120. ^ RAeC record card #699
  121. ^ RAeC record card #700
  122. ^ RAeC record card #702
  123. ^ RAeC record card #703
  124. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission HAROLD RICHARD JOHNSON
  125. ^ RAeC record card #704
  126. ^ RAeC record card #705
  127. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission THOMAS LEONARD STANLEY HOLBROW
  128. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Flight 10 January 1914
  129. ^ RAeC record card #706
  130. ^ RAeC record card #707
  131. ^ a b RAeC record card #708
  132. ^ RAeC record card #709
  133. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission Sir ROBERT GEORGE VIVIAN DUFF
  134. ^ RAeC record card #710
  135. ^ RAeC record card #711
  136. ^ RAeC record card #712
  137. ^ RAeC record card #713
  138. ^ Commonwealth War Graves Commission CHARLES EDWARD RIDGWAY BRIDSON
  139. ^ RAeC record card #714
  140. ^ RAeC record card #715
  141. ^ RAeC record card #716
  142. ^ Air Commodore E D M Robertson
  143. ^ RAeC record card #717
  144. ^ RAeC record card #718
  145. ^ RAeC record card #719