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21st November 2010, 11:52
Morning all,

Slightly outside the normal remit of this board, but, whilst searching through some old posts a couple of days ago, i found this one detailing two 100 Squadron casualties in 1925: -


This was a completely new 100 Sqn loss for me, and is not recorded anywhere in the ORB. As such, the only gen I have on this loss is that contained in the above thread. So, my question, can anyone point me in the direction of where i might find a bit more? Will there be a Court of Enquiry report anywhere, or any other kind of crash investigation report? Do the crash cards at Hendon go as far back as 1925? How will i go about finding out where the two casualties are buried?

Thanks in advance for any pointers anyone can give me :)

21st November 2010, 16:01

It doesn't add to the sum of knowledge but the accident did receive a very brief mention in The Times on 27 May, confirming it was a 100 Sqn aeroplane.

Edit: Eve was the second son of Mr and Mrs Harold Eve of South Nutfield (The Times - Deaths)


22nd November 2010, 22:40
Thanks Brian, excellent stuff for his entry in the 100 Squadron Roll of Honour :)