F501 Sergeant Charles Archibald Talbot, Labour Corps and later R.A.F. (standing left), Gunner Reginald Talbot, Royal Field Artillery (standing centre), Cadet Officer Harold Percival Talbot, Norfolk Regiment (seated centre), and brothers at the funeral of their father, August 1917, 52, St Philips Road, Norwich. Courtesy of Jon Talbot.
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A1220 Flight Lieutenant Philip Fletcher Fullard of Wimbledon, 1 Squadron Royal Flying Corps, 4 and 12 Squadrons R.A.F. Courtesy of Stella Fullard.
F495 Flying Officer George Robert Stafford, Royal Flying Corps, and parents Minnie Stafford, Red Cross, and William Stafford, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), Cork, 1917. Courtesy of Fay Kirton.
B992 Lieutenant Douglas James Aitchison of Beckenham, 2nd (East Anglian) Battery, Royal Field Artillery and 14 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, injured in Gaza, 30 December 1917, died of wounds 17 April 1918, aged 21. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
G1123 2nd Lieutenant Frederick William Wright, Royal Naval Air Service and R.A.F, and pals. Courtesy of his son, James Wright.
B973 2nd Lieutenant Frederick William Wright, Royal Naval Air Service and R.A.F. Courtesy of his son, James Wright.
U304 84 Wing, R.A.F. with Lt. Frederick Wright (right rear), Vendome, France, 1918. Courtesy of James Wright.
G1111 Alex C. Wallace, Royal Flying Corps (standing), and Andrew T. Sutherland. Courtesy of William Mearns.
U296 B.E.F. Draft from the School for Wireless Operators, Royal Flying Corps, Aldershot, 31st May 1917, named group. See individual entries. Courtesy of Ian Warburton.
F426 Captain Mellard Settle of Settle, 5th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 23 December, 1918, a prisoner of war, with his brother, Second Lieutenant Reginald (right), 15 Sqdn, Royal Flying Corps, killed 23 July, 1916, and their sisters. Courtesy of Cheshire Remembers.
B821 Air Marshall Sir Richard Hallam Peck, R.A.F., taken at Chattis Hill, September 1918, when Major..
A964 Lieutenant Denys Keith Sworder of Campden, Royal Flying Corps, badly wounded 23 March 1917. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.