Royal Flying Corps/RAF

With my thanks to Phil Comley for providing names for this list.  Any and all information about those named very welcome!

Daniel Edgar Cook – born in 1900 and believed to be with the training wing in Crystal Palace when the war ended.
William Culley –  2nd class aircraft mechanic.  Served in 211 and 92 Sqn.
Lt Col Spencer Bertram Horn – 85 and 60 Sqn. Lived in Beech Knoll. Died 1969.
George Gulliver Jerram – 1st class aircraft mechanic. 25 Sqn. He was a carpenter by trade so he was almost certainly a ‘rigger’ who built the wooden frames. He was serving when it was the RFC
Reginald Mildenhall – another ‘Rigger’.
Richard Alexander Moulding – 1st class aircraft mechanic. 102 Sqn.
Frederick Henry Sheppard – ‘Rigger’ who walked to Marlborough to enlist.
Harold Smith – no service details.
George Lambert Usher – born in Plymouth, buried in Aldbourne Churchyard.

2 thoughts on “Royal Flying Corps/RAF”

  1. Spencer Bertram Horn was born 18 Apr 1895 Rebourn, Wiltshire and died 18 Oct 1969 Wiltshire. Do you happen to know where he is buried please? I have a photo of Spencer Bertram Horn and a copy of his Royal Aero Club Aviator’s Certificate.

    1. Thanks for getting in touch Graham, I’m sorry but I don’t know where Spencer Bertram Horn is buried. We are still making enquiries and perhaps one day will find some information; I’ll keep you posted. All best, Jo Hutchings

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