OK -Now going back to all RAF Deaths from 12th November 1918 to July 1921

I have a few outstanding and I was wondering if anyone could fill in gaps

12th November 1918

1) Air Mechanic 2nd Class James HOARE 26623 RAF Cause of Death ? Pension / Service record? He was medially discharged from RFC on 16 Nov 1916

2) Member (Private)Alice Ruth ARMER 22699 WRAF unit when she died of pneumonia Cheltenham ?

2) Private 2nd Class Robert JOHNSTONE 309080 Cause of death ''K' Section, RAF Depot Blandford

But Finally- 1 casualty I noticed is following

Service Number: F/36250
Regiment & Unit/Ship
Royal Navy

R.N. Air Station (Oldbury)-- Died influenza in West Bromwich Hospital

Date of Death
Died 12 November 1918

Buried or commemorated at

G. 7959.

United Kingdom

Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Headstone Placeholder
Country of Service
United Kingdom

He actually was enlisted in RAF but returned to Royal Navy (unclear why) and was in Navy when he died - His Royal Naval Service number was F/36250 and his brief RAF one was 236250 - So my assumption is that any transfers on enlisted airman from RNAS to RAF on formation just had a 2 added to the front of their service number