List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1914
|Aviator's Certificates awarded|
Individual was killed in an aviation accident.
Individual was killed flying in military action.
|720||Captain Robert John Lillywhite RFC||1 January 1914||Died 26 November 1916 (killed in "an aeroplane accident at the Front", aged 23), nephew of the famous cricketer James Lillywhite.|
|721||Sub-Lt. Franklin Geoffrey Saunders RNVR||1 January 1914||Franklin Saunders was a World War I flying ace credited with eight aerial victories.|
|722||Hugh Barnes Martindale||1 January 1914||Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School at Brooklands. Later served with the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force.|
|723||Edmund James Fulton||3 January 1914||Used a Vickers Biplane at the Vickers School at Brooklands.|
|724||Lt. H.E.M. Watkins RNR||15 January 1914||Took part in the Battle of Rufiji Delta in which the German battleship Königsberg was sunk; died 25 July 1972.|
|725||Sub-Lt. J.R.W. Smyth-Pigott RN||15 January 1914||Later promoted to group captain and Station Commander RAF Worthy Down. Died 8 October 1971|
|726||Lt. J.T. Cull RN||15 January 1914||Took part in the Battle of Rufiji Delta in which the German battleship Königsberg was sunk; died 12 April 1962|
|727||Commander Mansfield Cumming RN||10 November 1913||Died 14 June 1923 Also held French licence #1568|
|728||Frederick George Dunn||23 January 1914||Died, together with co-pilot Percy Townley Rawlings, test-flying the Tarrant Tabor at R.A.E. Farnborough on 26 May 1919.|
|729||Herbert Ambrose Cooper||27 January 1914||First New Zealander to join the Royal Flying Corps, killed in France 21 June 1916.|
|730||Lt. Marmaduke Henry Monckton RA||28 January 1914||Killed whilst flying (KWF) 9 July 1915 with 8 Sqn.|
|731||Edward Fraser Norris||28 January 1914||Captain with the Royal Flying Corps killed in an aircraft accident 15 March 1918.|
|732||Filip Augustin Björklund||3 February 1914||(1886-1967) From Sweden became a civilian and military instructor in the United States.|
|733||Lt. Francis Hesketh Prichard RGA||10 February 1914||Died in South Russia on 1 February 1920 and buried in Novorossisk New Cemetery.|
|734||Capt. Arthur Burdett Burdett||10 February 1914||-|
|735||Lt. Dudley Stuart Kays Crosbie||16 February 1914||-|
|736||Lt. Frank Burges Binney||16 February 1914||-|
|737||Richard Patrick Creagh||16 February 1914||-|
|738||John Percival Clark||16 February 1914||-|
|739||Sub-Lt. Hans Acworth Busk RNR||17 February 1914||-|
|740||Lt. Charles Edward Robinson RMLI||19 February 1914||-|
|741||Lt. Harry Macleod Fraser RN||25 February 1914||-|
|742||William John Stutt||25 February 1914||Missing with Sgt A. G. Dalzell, 23 September 1920.|
|743||Capt. Alexander Ross-Hume||25 February 1914||-|
|744||2nd Lt. James Lee Jackson||26 February 1914||-|
|745||Sub-Lt. John Charles Spencer-Warwick RNVR||26 February 1914||-|
|746||2nd Lt. W.W.A. Burn, New Zealand Staff Corps||24 February 1914||-|
|747||Leading Seaman Frank Barnshaw RN||26 February 1914||-|
|748||A.M. 1st Class Thomas Warren||26 February 1914||-|
|749||Alfred Edward Barrs||7 March 1914||-|
|750||Denis George Murray||11 March 1914||-|
|751||Lt. Henry Allen Edridge-Green, 6th Battalion, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)||23 March 1914||(1894-1918) Died on 5 November 1918 at Castle Mount Hospital, Dover while serving as a Lieutenant with the Royal Air Force at the Capel Airship Station.|
|752||Jack Benjamin Graham||23 March 1914||-|
|753||Cyril Frederick Lan-Davis||24 March 1914||(1887-1915) Died on 14 October 1915 while serving as a Flight Lieutenant with the Royal Naval Air Service assigned to HMS Ark Royal. Known as an inventor and writer on telephotography.|
|754||Lt. Victor Somerset Erskine Lindop, Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment||24 March 1914||(1890-1978)|
|755||Lt. Wilmsdorff George Mansergh, Manchester Regiment||25 March 1914||Killed in Action France 26 August 1914 aged 32|
|756||Lt. Arthur Sheridan Barratt RFA||26 March 1914||Died 4 November 1966|
|757||Sgt. Charles Albert Hobby RFC||27 March 1914||Died 7 April 1961|
|758||Capt. Ernest Arthur Hunter Fell, 12th Bengal Cavalry||27 March 1914||-|
|759||Leading Seaman Stephen Thomas Clemens RN||2 April 1914||-|
|760||John Bankes Price||3 April 1914||-|
|761||Lt. Athelstan Key Durance George, 1st Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment||3 April 1914||-|
|762||2nd Lt. John Bruce Bolitho, Devonshire Regiment||15 April 1914||-|
|763||Prince Leon Sapieha de Koden||15 April 1914||1883-1944 Polish|
|764||2nd. Lt. John Bower Harman RFA||15 April 1914||-|
|765||Oswald Lancaster||15 April 1914||-|
|766||Comte Jacques de Fitz-James||16 April 1914||-|
|767||Ernest Victor Samuel Wilberforce||16 April 1914||-|
|768||Mark Dawson||16 April 1914||-|
|769||George Carruthers||21 April 1914||-|
|770||Geoffrey Charles Gold||21 April 1914||-|
|771||Lt. Philip Stafford Myburgh RFA||21 April 1914||-|
|772||Lt. Reynell Henry Vemey, ASC||22 April 1914||-|
|773||Lt. William Henry Dyke Acland||22 April 1914||-|
|774||W.R. Ding||27 April 1914||-|
|775||Air Mechanic Arthur James Locker||28 April 1914||-|
|776||Eric Parker||29 April 1914||-|
|777||Lt. William Annesley Underhill, Worcestershire Regiment||10 May 1914||-|
|778||Robert John MacGeagh Hurst||10 May 1914||-|
|779||2nd Lt. Cuthbert Euan Charles Rabagliati, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry||11 May 1914||-|
|780||Frazier Curtis||11 May 1914||-|
|781||2nd Lt. John Aidan Liddell||14 May 1914||-|
|782||Reginald Max Maximilian Murray||14 May 1914||-|
|783||Michael Geoffrey Smiles||14 May 1914||-|
|784||Victor Mahl||14 May 1914||Chief Engineer of the Sopwith Aviation Company, died of appendicitis in 1915|
|785||Benjamin Herbert Piercy||18 May 1914||-|
|786||Bernard Francis Hale||18 May 1914||-|
|787||Major Edward H. Phillips||19 May 1914||-|
|788||Capt. Alfred Garnet Moore||19 May 1914||-|
|789||Lt. Norman Wood-Smith||20 May 1914||-|
|790||Lt. John Burgh Talbot Leighton||20 May 1914||Capt. John Burgh Talbot Leighton, 'C' Flight Commander (June 1915), later Major, CO 23 Sqn, killed while flying 7 May 1917|
|791||Lt. Gerald Desmond Mills, Sherwood Foresters||22 May 1914||-|
|792||Robert Eugene Lagrange||22 May 1914||-|
|793||Corporal Arthur Claud Robins RFC||21 May 1914||-|
|794||Lt. Ian Malcolm Bonham-Carter, Northumberland Fusiliers||25 May 1914||Later Air Commodore|
|795||Leonard Parker||28 May 1914||-|
|796||Percy Herbert Maskell||28 May 1914||-|
|797||Lt. Gerald Goodwin Carpenter, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment||29 May 1914||-|
|798||Lt. John Collins, 3rd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment||29 May 1914||-|
|799||Henry Racine-Jaques||29 May 1914||-|
|800||Thomas Smith Duncan||30 May 1914||-|
|801||Ronald Portman Cannon||30 May 1914||Reserve Pilot on RNAS air raid on Zeppelin Base at Friedrichshafen, November 1914|
|802||Midshipman David Sigismund Don RN||2 June 1914||-|
|803||Lt. Kenneth Reid Van der Spuy, South African Army||2 June 1914||-|
|804||Sub-Lt. Lancelot Tomkinson RN||2 June 1914||-|
|805||Archibald Maskell||2 June 1914||-|
|806||George Evelyn Cowley||3 June 1914||-|
|807||George John Lusted||3 June 1914||-|
|808||Charles Weber||5 June 1914||-|
|809||Rupert Henry Steinbach||6 June 1914||-|
|810||John Philip Wilson||8 June 1914||-|
|811||Lt. John Edward Tennent, Scots Guards||9 June 1914||-|
|812||Geoffrey Hugh Eastwood||9 June 1914||-|
|813||John Lankester Parker||18 June 1914||Chief test pilot of Shorts from 1918 until 1945|
|814||Reginald Chambers||18 June 1914||-|
|815||Laurence Gresley||19 June 1914||-|
|816||Lt. Bernard Edward Smythies RE||19 June 1914||Served in the RAF 1914 - 1918, killed while flying on 27 June 1930.|
|817||Lt. Francis Hermann Eberli RGA||24 June 1914||-|
|818||Midshipman Geoffrey Cayley Lambert Dalley RN||24 June 1914||-|
|819||Lt. Leslie Fitzroy Richard RGA||24 June 1914||-|
|820||Lt. Charles Nugent, Royal Berkshire Regiment||24 June 1914||-|
|821||Capt. Henry Edward Charles Walcot||24 June 1914||-|
|822||Lt. Gordon Shergold Creed, S.A. Defence Force||24 June 1914||-|
|823||Lt. Basil Hobson Turnerv||24 June 1914||-|
|824||Sub-Lt. Herbert Graham Wanklyn RNR||24 June 1914||-|
|825||John Gordon Miller||26 June 1914||-|
|826||Ronald Stuart McGregor||26 June 1914||-|
|827||Capt. Gerard Percy Wallace, S.A. Defence Force||29 June 1914||-|
|828||Lt. Gilbert Lindsay Farie, Highland Light Infantry||30 June 1914||-|
|829||Dennis Gwynne||30 June 1914||-|
|830||William Henry Charlesworth||1 July 1914||-|
|831||John Edmund Burnet Thornely||5 July 1914||-|
|832||Lt. Edwin Cheere Emmett, S.A. Defence Force||9 June 1914||-|
|833||Sub-Lt. Frederick Barr RNR||9 July 1914||-|
|834||Capt. John Francis Aloysius Kane, 2nd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment||9 July 1914||-|
|835||William Harold Treloar||9 July 1914||-|
|836||Charles Cayley Godwin||9 July 1914||-|
|837||William Donovan South||9 July 1914||-|
|838||1st Class A.M. William Boyle Power RFC||1 July 1914||-|
|839||Master Mariner Alfred William Clemson RNR||14 July 1914||-|
|840||Lt. Alastair St. John Munro Warrand, Black Watch||14 July 1914||-|
|841||Thomas Forster Rutledge||14 July 1914||-|
|842||Rear-Admiral Mark Edward Frederic Kerr||14 July 1914||-|
|843||Percy Dickson Robinson||16 July 1914||-|
|844||1st Class Stoker Henry John Lloyd RN||17 July 1914||-|
|845||William Campbell Adamson||17 July 1914||-|
|846||Stephenson MacGordon||17 July 1914||-|
|847||John Scott Bradbury Winter||18 July 1914||-|
|848||Henry Pagan Lowe||20 July 1914||-|
|849||Arthur Gelston Shepherd||21 July 1914||-|
|850||1st Air Mechanic William Percy Parker||21 July 1914||-|
|851||Lt. Thomas Ralph Wells, 33rd Punjabis||21 July 1914||-|
|852||Lt. Angus George Gillman RHA||21 July 1914||-|
|853||Capt. Harry Tailyour Lumsden, Cameron Highlanders||22 July 1914||-|
|854||Thomas Hinshelwood||27 July 1914||-|
|855||Air Mechanic Victor Clarence Judge RFC||21 July 1914||-|
|856||Frances Alec Arcier||28 July 1914||-|
|857||Lt. George Aubrey Kennedy Lawrence RFA||2S July 1914||-|
|858||Lt. Edgar Ralph Coles||28 July 1914||-|
|859||Albert Throne Crick||29 July 1914||-|
|860||Lt. James Donald Gerhardt Sanders RFA||30 July 1914||On a Boxkite of the Bristol School of Flying - the last pre-war certificate awarded at Brooklands.|
|861||Flight-Sgt. Hugh McGrane RFC||30 July 1914||-|
|862||Sgt.-Maj. Frederick Henry Unwin||3 August 1914||-|
|863||Sgt. Alfred Robert May||4 August 1914||-|
|864||Sgt. Frank James RFC||28 July 1914||-|
|865||Graham Weir||10 August 1914||-|
|866||William Mortimer-Phelan||9 August 1914||-|
|867||Flight Sub-Lt. Norman Sholto Douglas, RNAS||11 August 1914||First to qualify at the new Military School at Brooklands|
|868||Frederick Whittington Gamwell||15 August 1914||-|
|869||Lionel Seymour Collins||15 August 1914||-|
|870||Lt. Evelyn Paget Graves RFA.||18 August 1914||Major, commanding 60 Squadron RFC. Killed in aerial action over Beaumetz, 6 March 1917. Buried at Avesnes-le-Comte, Pas de Calais.|
|871||George Llewellyn Pitt||19 August 1914||-|
|872||Eric Barton Palmer||20 August 1914||-|
|873||Gordon Lindsay Thomson||20 August 1914||(1884–1953) Served in the RNAS at Gallipoli (DSC, 1915), and in the RAF on the Western Front (DFC, 1918).|
|874||Francis Thomas Courtney||20 August 1914||-|
|875||Flight Sub-Lt. William Hayland Wilson RNAS||21 August 1914||-|
|876||Flight Sub-Lt. Anthony Rex Arnold RNAS||21 August 1914||-|
|877||Sub-Lt. Arthur Lorne Nickerson RN||22 August 1914||-|
|878||Engine Room Artificer John Watson Jean RN||19 August 1914||-|
|879||Flight Sub-Lt. James Douglas Maude RN||19 August 1914||-|
|880||Richard Cecil Hardstaff||20 August 1914||(1894-1979) Served with the Royal Naval Air Service|
|881||Petchell Burtt Murray||21 August 1914||(1884-1914) Royal Naval Air Service died in flying accident 4 November 1914|
|882||William Orchard Usher Purnell||21 August 1914||-|
|883||Master Mariner Richard Upton||26 August 1914||-|
|884||Lt. John Lawson Kinnear, The King's Regiment||11 September 1914||-|
|885||2nd Lt. Derick Robertson Aikman RFC, SR||11 September 1914||-|
|886||Lt. Charles Carleton Barry, 3rd Battalion, Leinster Regiment||11 September 1914||-|
|887||Lt. Edgar Ramsey Ludlow-Hewitt, Royal Irish Rifles||19 August 1914||-|
|888||Felix Ruffi||29 August 1914||-|
|889||Elmer Peter Roberts||29 August 1914||-|
|890||Andrew Y.K.R. Cheung||31 August 1914||-|
|891||Capt. Oliver Nash Moriarty, Antrim RGA, SR||2 September 1914||-|
|892||Capt. Andrew Adolphus Walser, London Regiment||2 September 1914||Later air commodore.|
|893||Lt. Jocelyn Morton Lucas, 4th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment||3 September 1914||-|
|894||Lt. William Adam Sedgwick Rough||3 September 1914||-|
|895||Capt. Cecil Harry Wolff, Bedfordshire Regiment||4 September 1914||-|
|896||Second-Lt. John Reginald Howett RFC||8 September 1914||-|
|897||Capt. Arthur Douglas Gaye||8 September 1914||-|
|898||Cyril Marconi Crowe||8 September 1914||First World War Royal Flying Corps ace, died 1974.|
|899||Flight Sub-Lt. Ralph Whitehead RNAS||8 September 1914||-|
|900||Flight Sub-Lt. Ralph James Hope-Vere RNAS||9 September 1914||-|
|901||William Roche Kelly||9 September 1914||-|
|902||Charles Henry Butler||6 September 1914||-|
|903||Corporal Frederick Adams RFC||20 August 1914||-|
|904||Lt. Henry Graham Lambarde Mayne, King's Own Scottish Borderers||9 September 1914||-|
|905||Robert Maxwell Pike||2l September 1914||-|
|906||Flight Sub-Lt. The Hon. Desmond O'Brien RNAS||21 September 19||-|
|907||Flight Sub-Lt. Philip Leslie Holmes RNAS||21 September 1914||-|
|908||John Callaghan Brooke||21 September 1914||-|
|909||Claude Francis Strickland, ICS||22 September 1914||-|
|910||James Gordon McKinley||22 September 1914||-|
|911||Flight Sub-Lt. Bernard Crossley Meates RNAS||23 September 1914||-|
|912||Harry O'Hagan||23 September 1914||-|
|913||Oswald Mansell Moullin||24 September 1914||-|
|914||2nd Lt. Frederick William Polehampton, 14th Reserve Cavalry Regiment, 15th (The King's) Hussars||27 September 1914||-|
|915||Reginald Lord||27 September 1914||-|
|916||Flight Sub-Lt. Maurice Arthur Haines RNAS||30 September 1914||-|
|917||Flight Sub-Lt. Harold Rosher RNAS||30 September 1914||-|
|918||Gerald Charles Ross Mumby||1 October 1914||-|
|919||Flight Sub-Lt. Francis Warrington-Strong RNAS||2 October 1914||-|
|920||Lt. Arthur Bracton Bagley, Royal Dublin Fusiliers||2 October 1914||-|
|921||Capt. Harold Wyllie, 9th (Cyclist) Battalion, Hampshire Regiment||1 September 1914||-|
|922||2nd Lt. William Francis Forbes-Sempill RFC||29 September 1914||Forbes-Semphill led a technical mission to Japan in 1921 to help the Japanese Navy develop naval aviation. He held several records for long-distance flights and was leading figure in the Royal Aeronautical Society, of which he was president.|
|923||Charles Henry Chichester Smith||2 October 1914||-|
|924||Lt. Eric Walker, 6th Battalion, Border Regiment||4 October 1914||-|
|925||Flight Sub-Lieut. Philip Charles Vere Perry RNAS||5 October 1914||-|
|926||Thomas Walker Abbott||7 October 1914||-|
|927||Peter Legh||8 October 1914||-|
|928||Malcolm McBean Bell-Irving||9 October 1914||A Canadian from Vancouver who served with the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War winning a Military Cross and Distinguished Service Order.|
|929||George Crosfield Norris Nicholson||9 October 1914||Was serving as a captain in the Royal Flying Corps when he was killed while flying at Gosport, Hampshire, on 11 March 1916, aged 31.|
|930||Donald Campbell MacLachlan||9 October 1914||-|
|931||Beaufoi John Warwick Montressor Moore||10 October 1914||Killed 10 June 1917 in a flying accident while serving as a captain in the Royal Flying Corps.|
|932||Rupert Forbes-Bentley||8 October 1914||-|
|933||Flight Sub-Lt. Edwin Rowland Moon RNAS||10 October 1914||Won DSO and bar during World War I. Commanded the Seaplane Experimental Station at Felixstowe after the war; killed in flying boat crash 29 April 1920.|
|934||Flight Sub-Lt. Kenneth Stevens Savory RNAS||29 September 1914||-|
|935||Flight Sub-Lt. David Keith Johnston RNAS||1 October 1914||-|
|936||Flight Sub-Lt. Vincent Nicholl RNAS||8 October 1914||-|
|937||Flight Sub-Lt. Francis Gilmer Tempest Dawson RNAS||8 October 1914||-|
|938||Flight Sub-Lt. Maurice Edward Arthur Wright RNAS||8 October 1914||-|
|939||Flight Sub-Lt. Edward Gordon Riggall RNAS||11 October 1914||-|
|940||Ormond George Hake||15 October 1914||Died 14 May 1916 as a lieutenant in the Royal Flying Corps aged 19. He died during a test flight of a newly built aircraft.|
|941||Capt. Thomas Walter Colby Carthew, 4th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment||16 October 1914||-|
|942||Flight Sub-Lt. John Joseph Petre RNAS||14 October 1914||Died in a flying accident on 13 April 1917, Acting Sqn. Cmdr. J.J. Petre, DSC.|
|943||Alexander Burnell Rendall||19 October 1914||-|
|944||2nd Lt. Cecil Harloven Saunders RFC||21 October 1914||-|
|945||Flight Sub-Lt. Arthur Ethelbert Griffin RNAS||21 October 1914||-|
|946||Flight Sub-Lt. Reginald Eycott Nicoll RNAS||21 October 1914||-|
|947||Flight Sub-Lt. Joseph Alexander Allen RNAS||23 October 1914||-|
|948||Flight Lt. Christopher Hornby RNAS||24 October 1914||-|
|949||Flight Sub-Lt. Edwin Harris Dunning RNAS||24 October 1914||-|
|950||Flight Sub-Lt. Tom Harry England RNAS||25 October 1914||-|
|951||Flight Sub-Lt. Evan Bernard Morgan RNAS||25 October 1914||-|
|952||Cyril Charles Wigram||26 October 1914||-|
|953||Flight Sub-Lt. Marmaduke Scott Marsden RNAS||26 October 1914||-|
|954||Malcolm Grahame Christie||27 October 1914||-|
|955||Flight Sub-Lt. Allan Knighton Robertson RNAS||5 November 1914||-|
|956||Flight Lt. John William Kidston Allsop RNAS||5 November 1914||-|
|957||Lionel Franklin Beynon||5 November 1914||-|
|958||William Harry Ellison RN||6 November 1914||-|
|959||Flight Sub-Lt. Aylmer Fitzwarine Bettington RNAS||6 November 1914||-|
|960||Julian Pauncefote Inglefield||7 November 1914||-|
|961||Flight Sub-Lt. John Martin d'Arcy Levy RNAS||23 September 1914||-|
|962||Flight Sub-Lt. Bertrand Lawrence Huskisson RNAS||28 October 1914||-|
|963||Sergt. William Sharpe RFC||6 November 1914||-|
|964||John Harold Rose||7 November 1914||(1894-1915) Died as a Sub-Lieutenant with the Royal Naval Air Service during the Gallipoli Campaign|
|965||Jesse Albert Easter||7 November 1914||(1890-1971)|
|966||Lt. Eustace Osborne Grenfell, DCLI||9 November 1914||(1890-1964) retired as Royal Air Force Group Captain|
|967||Robert William Alexander Ivermee||10 November 1914||-|
|968||1st Class Air Mechanic James Douglas Clarke||28 October 1914|
|969||Commander R.M. Groves RN||15 November 1914||-|
|970||Flight Sub-Lt. Douglas Iron RNAS||28 October 1914||-|
|971||2nd Lt. John Eustace Arthur Baldwin, 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars||17 November 1914||-|
|972||2nd Lt. Erik Harrison Mitchell||17 November 1914||-|
|973||Francisco Carabajal||18 November 1914||-|
|974||Capt. Gerald William Huntbach, 4th Battalion, King's Shropshire Light Infantry||iS November 1914||-|
|975||Lt. Alan John Lance Scott, Sussex Yeomanry||20 November 1914||-|
|976||Alfred Huggins||24 November 1914||Later RFC Director of Aircraft Equipment and brigadier-general.|
|977||Flight Sub-Lt. Eric John Hodsoll RNAS||25 November 1914||-|
|978||Flight Sub-Lt. Eric Fabricius Bray RNAS||25 November 1914||-|
|979||Lt. Michael Lloyd Braithwaite||25 November 1914||(1881-1915) Died in France 17 May 1915 serving with the Royal Flying Corps|
|980||Flight Sub-Lt. John Osborn Groves RNAS||25 November 1914||-|
|981||Edward Stanley Skipper||25 November 1914||-|
|982||Flight Sub-Lt. Edmund Ivan Montfort Bird RNAS||25 November 1914||-|
|983||William Geoffrey Moore||26 November 1914||-|
|984||2nd Lt. Clifford Alban Hooper RFC||18 November 1914||-|
|985||Lt. Charles Stuart Burnett, Highland Light Infantry||24 November 1914||-|
|986||Frank Sowter Barnwell||9 December 1914||(1880-1938) and aeronautical engineer and aircraft designer, died in an aircraft designed and built by himself on 2 August 1938|
|987||Flight Sub-Lt. Guy William Price RNAS||9 December 1914||-|
|988||Flight Sub-Lt. Bernard Osbourne Ffield RNAS||10 December 1914||-|
|989||John Claude Horsey Barfield||12 December 1914||-|
|990||Charles Percival Wilson||14 December 1914||-|
|991||Flight Sub-Lt. Thomas Spencer RNAS||27 October 1914||-|
|992||Flight Sub-Lt. Edward John Cooper RNAS||14 December 1914||-|
|993||Flight Sub-Lt. Percy Ethelwyn Hunt Wakeley RNAS||14 December 1914||-|
|994||2nd Lt. Malcolm David Methven||14 December 1914||(1891-1962) Married Helen Marion Watson, 16 December 1918, St. Paul's Toronto Canada. Lt-Col. O.C. Stores Depot. Died about December 1962|
|995||2nd Lt. Henry Bayly Reginald Grey-Edwards RFA||14 December 1914||-|
|996||George Gilbert Algernon Williams||15 December 1914||-|
|997||Stanley Graham Gilmour||15 December 1914||-|
|998||Lt. James Cecil Thornton RFA||15 December 1914||-|
|999||Flight Lt. Robert Hilton Jones RNAS||17 December 1914||-|
|1000||Flight Sub.-Lt. Roger Martin Field RNAS||18 December 1914||-|
|1001||Flight Sub-Lt. Kenneth Falshaw Watson RNAS||19 December 1914||- missing in action, 1916|
|1002||Maurice Leigh Gardner||20 December 1914||-|
|1003||Flight Sub-Lt. George Fred Breese RNAS||19 December 1914||-|
|1004||Flight Sub-Lt. Gerald Edward Livock RNAS||20 December 1914||-|
|1005||Flight Sub-Lt. Douglas Meston Barnes RNAS||20 December 1914||-|
|1006||Geoffrey Harold Brinkman McCall||20 December 1914||-|
|1007||Gino Virgilio||20 December 1914||-|
|1008||Ernest Alfred Edward Wood||21 December 1914||-|
|1009||Flight Sub-Lt. Walter Shackfield Newton-Clare RNAS||20 December 1914||-|
|1010||Flight Sub-Lt. Thomas Kenneth Young RNAS||21 December 1914||-|
|1011||Melville Richard Allen||22 December 1914||-|
|1012||Leo Francis Page||22 December 1914||-|
|1013||Lt. King Davie Harris, King's Own Scottish Borderers||22 December 1914||-|
|1014||Flight Sub-Lt. Harold James Batchelor RNAS||22 December 1914||-|
|1015||Ralph Christopher Freeman||22 December 1914||-|
|1016||Lionel Macdonald Wells Bladen||22 December 1914||-|
|1017||Flight Sub-Lt. William Laurie Welsh RNAS||22 December 1914||-|
|1018||Thomas Vaughan Lister||23 December 1914||(1893-1983) Bristol Biplane at the Royal Naval Air Station at Hendon. A Sub-Lieut in the Royal Naval Air Service, later a Wing Commander in the Royal Air Force.|
|1019||Flight Sub-Lt. Arthur Quilton Cooper RNAS||23 December 1914||-|
|1020||Flight Sub-Lt. Charles Beauvoir Dalison RNAS||24 December 1914||-|
|1021||2nd Lt. Percy Gilbert Ross-Hume||24 December 1914||-|
|1022||Herbert Prinsep Somers Clogstoun||24 December 1914||(1886-1955) Maurice Farman Biplane at the Military School, Brooklands. An inspector of Agriculture Bank of Egypt.|
|1023||Robert Hobart Mayo||24 December 1914||Designer of the Short Mayo Composite piggy-back aircraft combination.|
|1024||Lt. Richard Williams, June, Commonwealth Military Forces||12 November 1914||Bristol Biplane at the Central Flying School at Werribee, Australia.|
|1025||Capt. Thomas Walter White, Commonwealth Military Forces||14 November 1914||Bristol Biplane at the Central Flying School at Werribee, Australia.|
|1026||Lt. George Pinnock Merz MB, BS||14 November 1914||(1891-1915) Bristol Biplane at the Central Flying School at Werribee, Australia. Member of the Australian Flying Corps, missing in action 30 July 1915 in Mesopotamia.|
|1027||2nd Lt. David Thomas William Manwell||16 November 1914||-|
|1028||John Whitaker Woodhouse||22 December 1914||-|
|1029||Clarence Arthur Charles Winchester||22 December 1914||Journalist, author, novelist, editor and poet.|
|1030||Lt. Arthur Leslie Donaldson, Rifle Brigade||26 December 1914||(1893-1967) Maurice Farman biplane at the Netheravon Flying School at Netheravon.|
|1031||Lt. William Bowen Hargrave, Suffolk Regiment||31 December 1914||(1894-1973) Maurice Farman biplane at the Central Flying School at Upavon. Royal Flying Corps later a Group Captain in the Royal Air Force, awarded an OBE.|
|1032||2nd Lt. Ewart Douglas Horsfall, Rifle Brigade||31 December 1914||Ewart Douglas Horsfall who won a gold medal for Great Britain rowing at the 1912 Summer Olympics He achieved a rare double of being awarded both the Military Cross (in 1916) and the Distinguished Flying Cross (in 1918).|
- List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1910
- List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1911
- List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1912
- List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1913
- List of pilots with foreign Aviator's Certificates accredited by the Royal Aero Club 1910-1914
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