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M.C. London Gazette 22 June 1918.
‘For conspicuous gallantry. On 21 March 1918, he showed great coolness and bravery whilst on contact patrol with Captain E. B. Bryson in the St. Quentin area.While flying at a height of only 200 feet, owing to clouds, under severe rifle and machine-gun fire, he accurately located enemy dispositions and when the machine was forced to land owing to the pilot being severely wounded, he succeeded in destroying the machine, although it was in close proximity to the enemy, and in bringing his pilot back to safety. He has also, on numerous occasions, attacked the enemy forces with bombs and machine-gun fire from very low altitudes.’
(Grey Funnel Collection)
Captain G. I. Carmichael, D.S.O., A.F.C., Royal Flying Corps, late Royal Artillery, winning the Distinguished Service Order, as published in Deeds that Thrill the Empire, by W.Avis.
D.S.O. London Gazette 27 March 1915:
'For conspicuous gallantry, daring, and ability throughout the campaign.
On the 11th instant [March 1915] he destroyed the rails at Menin railway station by dropping a bomb, weighing 100 lbs, thereon from a height of only 120 feet. On the return journey his engine was damaged by a bullet which necessitated his flying at a height of less than 200 feet.
Captain Carmichael has also rendered service in observing Artillery fire.'
1914-15 Star, BWM & VM
All marked R.F.C.
A Pair to 2nd Lt. L.W.G. Stagg, Royal Air Force, a 'six week subaltern' with No.99 Squadron, killed in action on 31st July 1918.
Three to Lieutenant C.C. Hann,Royal Flying Corps, who was killed in combat on 22 October 1916 - the 6th victim of the German ace, Hans Berr - while serving as an Observer in No. 3 Squadron & three to Albert Percy Hann, Probationary Flight Sub. Lieutenant in the Royal Naval Air Service
The Great War Memorial Plaque issued in remembrance of 2nd Lieutenant H. Hunter, Royal Flying Corps, who died of injuries on 5 November 1917. A 'Fallen Saint', he was one of just 19 men who played for Southampton F.C. to be killed during the Great War.
A Great War Pair to 2nd Lt. Joseph Spencer Mitchell, Royal Flying Corps. The group comprises of Death Plaque with paper slips, British War Medal 1914-18 and Victory Medal both in original boxes with ribbons.
The Great War Memorial Plaque issued in remembrance of 2nd Lieutenant G. A. Lamburn, Royal Flying Corps, who claimed a number of 'kills' in Camels of No. 46 Squadron.