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    Default RAF Fatalities 1934

    UNKNOWN - early January 1934, crash of Atlas K1505, near Abu Sueir (Air of Authority list).

    LAND, Francis Hubert, Sergeant - Killed 19 January 1934 flying Moth of Station Flight, Upper Heyford, at Tusmore Park. Pilot.

    BARKER, Clifford Leonard Oliver, Sergeant - Killed 19 January 1934 flying Moth of Station Flight, Upper Heyford, at Tusmore Park. Passenger.

    CLARKSON, Rodney Thomas Playford, F/O - Died of injuries sustained in a road accident, 9 February 1934

    ALLEN, Ralph Eric Herbert, F/L, RAFO - Died of injuries 11 February 1934.

    HOBBS, E., LAC - Killed 13 February 1934 aboard HMS Furious; ran into propellor of Fairey IIIF, serial S1339 as it was being hoisted out.

    PATON, John Hugh, F/O, MB, ChB, RAFO - Died of injuries 7 March 1934

    BEST, William, F/L - Died 8 March 1934.

    UNKNOWN - Killed 11 March 1934 when Wallace K3563, No.501 Squadron, abandoned near Thornbury when crew believed it was on fire. Air of Authority list.

    McANDREWS, Ronald Perrien, AC1 - Killed or died, 20 March 1934, Al Raschid, No.30 Squadron.

    STONE, Frederick, Warrant Officer - Killed or died, 21 March 1934, buried at Ma’asker Al Raschid Cemetery.

    BARNES, Wilfred Edward, F/L, RAFO - Died 4 April 1934

    SCRIVEN, Victor Reginald, S/L, AFC - Died 5 April 1934

    SEARLE, Edmund Henry, F/L, psa - Killed 10 April 1934, near Khartoum; Fairey Gordon of No.47 Squadron, K2624, crashed at Rumbeck, Sudan, two killed; aircraft repaired and returned to service.

    WOOLLEY, A.G., LAC - Killed 10 April 1934, near Khartoum, with Searle.

    SCARLETT, Francis Rowland, A/V/M, CB, DSO, retired - Died 15 April 1934; he had retired in 1931.

    BROWN, Richard, F/L - Killed 23 April 1934 in collision of Furies K2047 and K2044, No.1 Squadron, near Northolt. Brown was leading formation of three; P/O C.G. Lott stated that Brown turned left sharply and struck Tanner’s machine which lost a wing and crashed. Brown may have attempted to bale out too low from K2044.

    TANNER, William Erskine Snell, F/O - Killed 23 April 1934 in collision of Furies K2047 and K2044, No.1 Squadron, near Northolt; he seems to have been in K2047.

    DOUTHWAITE, Dennis John, F/O - Killed 1 May 1934 in Hart K3152, RAF College Cranwell, collided with Bulldog trainer K3928 of same unit and crashed near Digby.

    TANNER, Joseph Seymour, F/L - Killed 1 May 1934 in Bulldog trainer K3928, RAF College Cranwell, collided Hawker Hart of same unit and crashed near Digby.

    PLUGGE, John Aicken, Flight Cadet - Killed 1 May 1934 in Bulldog trainer K3928, RAF College Cranwell, collided Hawker Hart of same unit and crashed near Digby.

    ASKELL-RUTHERFORD, J, Flight Cadet - Killed 1 May 1934 in Hart K3152, RAF College Cranwell, collided with Bulldog trainer of same unit and crashed near Digby.

    DREGHORN, Alexander Burr, A/P/O - Killed 7 May 1934 at No.4 Flying Training School, Abu Sueir.

    ANDREWARTHA, Ernest Victor Emerson, F/L - Died 15 March 1934.

    STICKLEN, R., LAC - Killed or died, 10 May 1934 - No.70 Squadron, buried at Ma’asker Al Raschid Cemetery.

    MURRAY-PHILIPSON, Hylton Ralph, S/L, MP, AAF - Died 24 May 1934; Commanding Officer of No.603 (City of Edinburg) Squadron.

    WILLIAMS, George Elyton Sloan, F/O - Killed 24 May 1934, Andover, flying accident, Atlas aircraft of Station Flight; from New Zealand. Aeroplane of 30 May 1934 reported, “An inquest was held at Andover on May 25. Flight Lieutenant R. Hart, who was in another machine, said that he saw the Atlas go into a spin from which it did not recover. The witness said that he tried to land three times but he failed. He saw a man try to rescue the crew, but he was driven back by the flames. A shepherd described how he tried to get the men out of the wreck, but failed because of the fire. The jury returned a verdict of Accidental Death on Duty and expressed appreciation of the efforts of the shepherd and of Flight Lieutenant Hart to effect a rescue.”

    BROWN, Robert Foley, Corporal (363547) - Killed 24 May 1934, Andover, flying accident, Atlas aircraft of Station Flight.

    MacKAY, W.J., rank ? - Killed or died, 26 May 1934 - buried Khartoum. Air of Authority list.

    PARISH, Geoffrey Elliot Woodbine, F/O - Died 27 May 1934 in Hinaidi, Iraq, of pneumonia.

    SUPPLE, Jeffrey Hale, F/O - Died 28 May 1934; buried in Basra.

    PARISH, Martin John Okes, P/O - Killed 6 June 1934 in Johore Strait, Singapore, flying accident, No.100 (Bomber) Squadron, Vildebeest aircraft.

    GINELLO, Ivor James John, LAC (562707) - Killed 6 June 1934 in Johore Strait, Singapore, flying accident, No.100 (Bomber) Squadron. Vildebeest aircraft.

    SPITTLE, D.L., AC2 - Died 13 June 1934 - buried in Cairo. - Air of Authority list.

    BLATHERWICK, Guy, S/L, retired - Died 13 June 1934 at Belleek, Fermanagh.

    ATTWELL, John Foster, AC1 - Died 18 June 1934 - buried at Ma’asker Al Raschid Cemetery. Air of Authority list.

    WILLIAMS, Arthur Trafalgar, W/C, OBE - Died 23 June 1934 at St. Mary’s Hospital, London.

    SHAW, Cyril Raymond Laurence, F/O, RAFO - Killed 25 June 1934 at Yate, near Bristol, “as the result of a collision in the air.”

    DARROCH, John Macphee, F/O, RAFO - Killed 25 June 1934 at Yate, near Bristol, “as the result of a collision in the air.”

    HILLS, Geoffrey Paulet French, F/O, RAFO - Killed 25 June 1934 at Yate, near Bristol, “as the result of a collision in the air.”

    COLLETT, Stanley Beresford, S/L, AAF - No.600 Squadron - killed 30 June 1934 in a Wapiti at air display - following from Flight, 5 July 1934: “As No.600 (City of London) Bomber Squadron climbed from its dive, one ‘Hart’ left the formation and turned left, possibly with engine trouble. The pilot of the machine was F/O R.F.G. Lea and the commanding officer, S/L S.B. Collett, was in the gunner cockpit behind him. The pilot made for the west end of the aerodrome, losing height rapidly, and finally, at a low altitude, made an attempt to turn into the wind to land. In doing so he lost flying speed and stalled, one wing tip hitting the ground. The machine stood on its nose with great violence and S/L Collett in the back cockpit was killed instantaneously by the impact. The pilot was cut and bruised but managed to get out of the machine. Some considerable time afterwards the petrol ignited and the machine was burnt before it was possible to reach the body of S/L Collett.”

    HAYES, Patrick Joseph, F/L, MBE AFC - Died 4 July 1934

    LIGHT, Henry Thomas, Sergeant - Killed 5 July 1934 in crash of Hawker Hart K2432, dive-bombing demonstration, Northolt. Pilot.

    DOWSING, William St. George, LAC - Killed 5 July 1934 in crash of Hawker Hart K2432, dive-bombing demonstration, Northolt.

    UNKNOWN - Killed 6 July 1934 in Heyford K3497 of No.99 Squadron which tipped up on landing, Upper Heyford, after searchlight exercise.

    DENNIS, E., LAC - Killed or died 8 July 1934 - buried Ramleh Cemetery.“Air of Authority” listing.

    JONES, Frank, AC2 - Killed or died 8 July 1934 - buried at Ismailia War Cemetery. “Air of Authority” listing.

    MARSHALL, W., LAC - Killed 19 July 1934 - buried Ma’asker Al Raschid Cemetery. “Air of Authority” listing.

    PERRY-KEENE, Thomas Henry, F/L - Died 21 or 27 July 1934. Seriously injured whilst flying Fairey IIIF, S1860 of RAF Hal Far Station Flight on 17 July 1934. He made a heavy landing, causing the undercarriage to break, the aircraft veered off the runway, hit a flare and burst into flames. Died of his injuries ten days later. His crew member, LAC L D Tite was only slightly injured. He is buried in Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery.

    STEVENSON, Richard William, F/L - Died 31 July 1934

    MURPHY, George Robert, F/O - Died 9 August 1934, possibly of injuries sustained in Wapiti J9718, No.28 Squadron, hit trees at Khanki Bazaar, Orakzai.

    CANNON, F.W., rank ? - Died 15 August 1934 - buried in Basra. Air of Authority list.

    PERRY, Philip Edward, P/O, retired - Died 15 August 1934

    FLETCHER, D.W., LAC - Killed or died, 19 August 1934 - buried at Ramleh; Air of Authority list.

    SIMONDS, Peter Hilary Pomeroy, P/O - Killed 28 August 1934. He had been posted on 28 August 1933 to No.207 (Bomber) Squadron, Bircham Newton.

    PILKINGTON, Christopher, F/L, AFC (RAFO) - Died 29 August 1934 att Herts and Beds Hospital.

    BIGELOW, John Graham, F/O - Killed 3 September 1934 - No.29 Squadron, Bristol Bulldog, hit a transmission cable, Ashford, Kent while flying in formation as part of army maneouvres. Soldiers extracted him from wreckage but he died in hospital.

    BREMRIDGE, Charles Henry Godwin, F/O, RAFO - Killed 22 September 1934 in a Handley-Page W.10 “Youth of New Zealand” which had been used in flight refueling experiment. Four killed (others were J. Donovan, engineer, A. Littlejohn, rigger, and D.A. Harington, apprentice). “Eyewitness accounts point to the fact that, while flying over a field near Aston Clinton, a few miles from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, the W.10 suddenly went into a very steep climb and then went on its back. In that position some part broke away and on crashing the machine immediately caught fire. Rescue work was impossible and the bodies were burned beyond recognition. The W.10 was one of the early Handley Page airliners, two of which are being used by Sir Alan Cobham’s National Aviation Day Display. It was first registered in March 1926. After completing the refueling at Portsmouth it was flown to Ford where the extra tanks were taken out and the machine put back into order for joy-riding as a 16 seater.” (Flight, 27 September 1934). Aircraft G-EBMM, the probable cause was a fracture of a main bolt that secured the bracing wires of the front spar to the tailplane. The failure of the bolt would cause a loss of control, failure of the bolt was probably fatigue.

    SMITH, Ronald Maxwell, F/O, RAFO - Killed 29 September 1934

    LITTLEJOHN, Cyril, F/L, MM - Died 1 October 1934 in Charing Cross Hospital.

    BANNISTER, Walter Robert, F/O (RAFO) - Killed 2 October 1934 “in the English Channel off Folkstone, as the result of a flying accident”, possible in a Hillmn’s Airways machine.

    ELSNER, Leonard Nicholas, F/O - Drowned 5 October 1934 “as the result of a flying accident in the Firth of Forth” in Baffin K4075 of No.810 (Fleet Torpedo) Squadron, possibly on strength of HMS Courageous.

    FAZEY, Francis, F/O, retired - Died 5 October 1934

    GILLMAN, Harold Darwin, F/O - Killed 22 October 1934whilst flying in Fox I, G-ACXX (Race No 62) in the Melbourne Centenary Air Race when it crashed in Italy on the third day of the race. The civilian owner of the aircraft was also killed.

    HALL, Eric Godwin, A/P/O - Killed 26 October 1934 at Hawarden, Flintshire, in an Atlas of No.5 Flying Training School, Sealand.

    ROOK, Philip Spencer, F/O, Special Reserve - Killed 3 November 1934

    GRANT-DALTON, Alan Cuyler, P/O, Special Reserve - Killed 3 November 1934

    PRENDERGAST, Archer Robert, F/L, RAFO and Lieutenant, RN, retired - Killed 15 November 1934 in crash of DH.86 in Australia; described as “a South African pilot of long experience on the Imperial routes.”

    EDELSTEN, Roland Franklin Arthur, P/O - Killed 18 November 1934. He was a member of the Witney and Oxford Flying Club and owned a Bristol Fighter in which he had recently flown to Bagdad and return.

    BINLEY, Allan Keith Hilton, F/O, RAFO - Killed 18 November 1934 in a civil flying accident, possibly in India.

    BURNS, William Stewart, LAC - killed 20 November 1934 at No.4 Flying Training School, Abu Sueir in Atlas K1010 - pilot and sole occupant.

    LAING, Charles McMenamen, F/L, MC, AFC - Died 21 November 1934 in King Edward VII’s Hospital for Officers following an operation; Adjutant of No.58 Squadron.

    BONE, James, LAC - Killed or died, 2 December 1934 - buried at Ma’asker Al Raschid Cemetery. “Air of Authority” listing.

    WARBURTON, John Calvin, AC1 - Killed or died, 4 December 1934 - buried at Ma’asker Al Raschid Cemetery. “Air of Authority” listing.

    BARNABY, Walter Collinson, F/O, AAF - Killed 9 December 1934 in Hawker Hart K3887 of No.605 Squadron; collision with Tiger Moth G-ACOH on approach; crashed at Castle Bromwich.

    UNKNOWN - Killed with F/O Barnaby, 9 December 1934 in Hawker Hart K3887 of No.605 Squadron; collision with Tiger Moth G-ACOH on approach; crashed at Castle Bromwich.

    RACKHAM, M.W., LAC - Killed 20 December 1934 on HMS Emerald, climbing into Osprey K3630 when it was being readied for catapulting; struck by propellor, injured and died later that day; buried in Calcutta.

    DAWES, Richard Wilkinson, F/L, retired - Died 26 December 1934

    DICK-CLELAND, Charles Buchanan, F/L, retired - Died 28 December 1934

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    A few for 1934

    11 Mar Unknown, WK LEMAY unhurt and 60113 CE GRIFFITHS+

    25 Jun SHAW, DARROCH & HILLS, Two Moths of The Bristol Flying School

    3 Sep Bigelow, Bulldog K2866

    3 Nov ROOK & GRANT-DALTON killed at Shardlow Derby whilst travelling to a wedding in a hired a/c

    9 Dec BARNABY, the other airman was FM HARDIE

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    Hello,
    06/07/34 -UNKNOWN - The fatality aboard No.99 Sqn Heyford K3497, was; 362999 Sgt (2nd Pilot) George Robinson. The balance of the crew, who were slightly injured, were; P/O (1st Pilot) Eric Scott Butler*, AC1 Frank Hancox Smith, LAC Charles Marcus Butterworth and LAC Harry Ardern.
    *Butler went on to bigger, and better things:
    http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Butler_ES.htm
    02/10/34 - BANNISTER - Hillman Airways Ltd., De Havilland D.H.89 Dragon Rapide G-ACPM. Hit sea 4 miles off Folkestone in bad visibility and disintegrated. Six passengers also killed.
    03/11/44 - ROOK/GRANT-DALTON - De Havilland D.H.60X Moth G-EBXG. Crashed at Chilwell, Notts., due to wing failure, during aerobatics.
    15/11/34 - PRENDERGAST (of Imperial Airways) - De Havilland D.H.86 VH-USG 'Adelaide'. Crashed at Barsdale, 6m from llfracombe, Q'Land, on delivery flight. Also killed; W.V.Creetes (Co-pilot and R/O, Imperial Airways), F.R.Charlton (Engineer, Imperial Airways), E.H.Broadfoot (of Sydney, Rep. Shell Oil Co.).
    09/12/34 - BARNABY/HARDIE - The aircraft involved in the mid-air collision with No.605 Sqn Hart K3887, was de Havilland D.H.60GIII Moth Major G-ACOH, piloted by a Mr Frank Smith, of Willenhall, Staffs, who was also killed.

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    UNKNOWN - Killed 11 March 1934 when Wallace K3563, No.501 Squadron, abandoned near Thornbury when crew believed it was on fire. Air of Authority list.

    The Unknown airman was Aircraftman Charles Edward Griffiths Special Reserve

    "AIR 10-1579 Report on Flying Accidents during Jan.-June 1934 Page 16 (2) "Choked by fumes from an accumulator, the pilot of a Wallace ordered his passenger to drop by parachute, and did so himself successfully. The passenger had left his parachute pack unattached to his harness: he was unable to use it and was killed."

    The pilot who baled out OK was F/O William Kent Le May of RAF Special Reserve

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    UNKNOWN - early January 1934, crash of Atlas K1505, near Abu Sueir (Air of Authority list).

    Suspect this is the date on 20th Dec 1933 when 560657 LAC McDermott, John Joseph Francis died of injuries received in a fatal accident to an Atlas aircraft of 4 FTS

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    I was not happy with quoted "60113" for Charles Edward GRIFFITHS (even though this is reported in newspapers) as this Service number belongs to Bernard Arthur Fowler and is to 'low' for Special Reserve rage should be 600000 to 605364 . Air 78 was consulted and it looks like he was 60III3 all the Ones were typed closer together and can easily be read as 11

    So looks like he was 601113
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    Hugh

    I have some to add:

    ALLEN, Ralph Eric Herbert – the Western Daily Press of February 14th 1934: “in the thick of traffic in Parliament Street, London, on Friday, Ralph Eric Herbert Allen (41), a technical engineer employed at Scotland Yard…was knocked down by motor-van and fatally injured.”

    PATON, John Hugh – the Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer of March 8th 1934 reports: “Dr. John Hugh Paton, of Hull, died yesterday from injuries received when an aeroplane in which he was making a solo flight at Hedon on Tuesday evening crashed.
    He joined the Royal Air Force during the was, and as an Officer of the R.A.F. Reserve he had done a considerable amount of flying at Brough and at Hedon.”


    BEST, William – there’s an announcement of his death in the Yorkshire Evening Post of March 10th: “In Egypt, after operation, Capt. William Best, R.A.F.”

    ANDREWARTHA, Ernest Victor Emerson – died at the Cancer Hospital, Chelsea, aged 41 – source is the National Probate Calendar

    SIMONDS, Peter Hilary Pomeroy – the Western Daily Press of August 28th records the inquest into Simonds’ death: “A verdict that death was from injuries received through the accidental nose-diving of the aeroplane in which he was a passenger, was recorded yesterday at an inquest on R.A.F. Pilot Officer Peter Simonds, of Bircham Newton, who was killed at Morston, North Norfolk, on Saturday.
    Simonds got into an aeroplane at Blakeney golf course to show a friend named Armstrong Evans, who had flown with another man from Wolverhampton, where to park his plane. The machine was preparing to land when it nose-dived from a height of 200 feet.
    Evans is still seriously ill, and a doctor said he would take at least six weeks to recover.”


    SMITH, Ronald Maxwell – the Gloucestershire Echo of October 2nd 1934: “The inquest was opened at Sevenoaks today on the four victims of the plane crash at Shoreham on Saturday. The plane involved was bound from Heston to Paris, when it crashed in a field and all the occupants – the pilot and three passengers – were killed.
    They were Ronald Maxwell Smith, the pilot, of Fordhock Avenue, Ealing; Mr. Frederick Victor Garrett-Reed, of Princess court, Wembley; and Mrs. and Miss Rose-Innes. A verdict of accidental death was recorded in each case.”

    The aircraft was Airspeed Courier G-ACSY of London Scottish and Provincial Airways.

    EDELSTEN, Roland Franklin Arthur – the Lincolnshire Echo of November 20th reports that he died in “a midnight car crash near Ashby Lane End on Saturday, resulted in the death of Pilot Officer Ronald Franklin Edelsten (22), of the R.A.F., Cranwell, and injury to his companion, Flying Officer Patrick Polglase, also of Cranwell.
    They were returning to camp from Lincoln when the accident happened. At an inquest held at Cranwell camp yesterday…a jury returned a verdict of ‘accidental death’ adding that no blame attached to anyone.”


    BINLEY, Allan Keith Hilton – the Aberdeen Journal of November 19th 1934: “Flight Lieutenant Binley, the New Zealand aviator, and instructor of the Bombay Flying Club, died in hospital this evening as the result of injuries he received when he crashed at Juha Aerodrome today. His passenger, Mr. C. W. Ring, was slightly injured.”

    BONE, James – the Dundee Courier reports his death: “[the] deceased, who was 21 years of age, was in the Royal Air Force, which he joined about five years ago. In October he left for Hinaidi, Irak. About a month afterwards he had an attack of dysentery, and died yesterday morning.”

    DAWES, Richard Wilkinson – the Lichfield Mercury of January 4th 1935 features a tribute to him, reporting that he died of pneumonia. It describes him as “a brave lad, a splendid company commander, a loyal friend and a good comrade. Per Ardua Ad Astra.”

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    Simon,

    PATON, John Hugh - Blackburn Bluebird IV G-AABV. Crashed at Hedon, Hull on 6th March, 1934.

    SIMONDS, Peter Hilary Pomeroy - Miles M.2 Hawk G-ACKI. Crashed at Morston, Norfolk on 25th August, 1934. Aircraft registered to George Joseph Armstrong Evans, of Wolverhampton, usually stationed at Reading.

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    Thanks Col.

    Regards

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    SHAW, Cyril Raymond Laurence, F/O, RAFO - Killed 25 June 1934 at Yate, near Bristol, “as the result of a collision in the air.”

    DARROCH, John Macphee, F/O, RAFO - Killed 25 June 1934 at Yate, near Bristol, “as the result of a collision in the air.”

    HILLS, Geoffrey Paulet French, F/O, RAFO - Killed 25 June 1934 at Yate, near Bristol, “as the result of a collision in the air.”

    Collision of Tiger Moths G-ACBB and G-ACBE of Bristol Flying School. The other crew member was F/O Hamish Mackenzie Kerr who survived by parachute

    All internet indications are that the survivor was in G-ACBE - this is WRONG!

    I have read local newspaper reports and inquest and seen crash photos and I know that G-ACBE crashed in flames and was burnt out. G-ACBB crashed in wheat field (you can see part of serial of "CBB" in picture) but not burnt. Kerr confirms he was instructing Hills and newspaper reports say that Darroch' body was found badly burned in the wreckage

    One airman was seen to bale out of the 'other' aircraft and this had to be Shaw (who was instructing Darroch) but he was too low. Kerr only survived as he fell into a Quarry and this (and the fact there was water at the bottom of quarry allowed him the extra height he needed to survive). Thus Kerr and Hill had to be in G-ACBB and Shaw and Darroch in G-ACBE
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