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World War 1 - Airmen - Huntingdon

Cadet 331065, No. 9 Cadet Wing, Royal Air Force. Died of pneumonia 7 November 1918 in Shornecliffe Military Hospital. Aged 21. Husband of A. D. L. Watson (formerly Archer), of 8, Princes St., Huntingdon. Buried in HUNTINGDON (PRIORY ROAD) CEMETERY, Huntingdon. Plot and Grave RRR. 37.
MARSHALL John Arthur
Hunts. Cyclists Battalion & 2nd Lt. RFC. Native of Huntingdon. Served as pilot with 45 Squadron from January 1917. Killed in action 6th April 1917, aged 19; flying Sopwith Strutter, with observer 2nd Lt. F. G. Truscott M.C. (died of wounds); on photographic reconnaissance, attacked by enemy fighters over Lille and shot down. Buried at Tournai, Belgium. See also Charterhouse School, Goldalming, Surrey.
MAULE Edward Barry
18th Battalion Highland Light Infantry & Lt. RFC. Native of Huntingdon. Killed in action 6th February 1917, aged 24, while serving as observer with 20 Squadron; flying FE.2d, with pilot 2nd Lt. M. E. Woods (wounded & POW), shot down by enemy fighter south-east of Gheluvelt, while on photographic reconnaissance. Buried at Hooge Crater Cemetery, Zillebeke, Belgium.

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