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    Default Airman Deaths 22 November 1918 Causes

    Only 1

    Air Mechanic 1st Class Joseph Henry GILL 253981 with No 1 Training Depot Station and is buried in Bradford (Bowling) Cemetery.

    Cause ?

    There is a Pension cards on Fold 3

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    Default Re: Airman Deaths 22 November 1918 Causes

    Paul

    No cause of death as far as I can see on any of his douments.

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    Simon
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    Default Re: Airman Deaths 22 November 1918 Causes

    Simon

    BTW I have now completed the whole of November 1918 - from 23rd Nov 1918 to 30th Nov 1918 if you don't mind I will collate all names in 1 post - there is only about 20 (in fact probably less than that) or so and for all of them it will be a look at pension records or effects records to confirm if a cause of death is stated ?

    BTW over 400 names for 12th Nov 1918 to 30 Nov 1918 - including 4 US Airman and a few Australians - Most have a cause of death already so < 5% do not have an exact cause

    Thanks Paul
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    Default Re: Airman Deaths 22 November 1918 Causes

    That's fine Paul. I'll see what I can find out.

    And I'm sure others can lend a hand if I come up emty-handed.

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