I'd greatly appreciate any information or help on filling in details behind the names of these aervicemen, all Bermudians who became, or sought to become, naval or military aircrew during the Great War. I've some articles on a few, a number of photos, but, other than Major Montgomery-Moore, who's service began in the Bermuda Volunteer Rifle Corps, and who became OC of the Bermuda Volunteer Engineers between the Wars, a position he remained in through WWII, and whose life was well-documented in the book, "That's My Bloody Plane", information is a little scarce. There's not easy access to records, from Bermuda (though, I've been living in Glasgow for six months, and might better be able to follow leads I'm given, now).
Anyway, i'd like to fill in my records, and put more detail on my web site. any help given, I'd appreciate.
Lieutenant Bernard V.S. Smith
Lieutenant Willard M.B. Skinner
2 Lieutenant Cyril Nelmes
2 Lieutenant Stanley Stone
2 Lieutenant Harry C. Curtis (RNAS/RAF)
Squadron Leader A. Rowe Spurling, DFC
H. Martin Godet
Major Cecil Montgomery-Moore, DFC*
2 Lieutenant Bernard Logier Wilkinson**
Flt. Cadet Reuben M. Dickinson ( 2/LT, 15/2/19)
Sgt. C.H. Young (Transf. RFC, 2 Aug., 1916)
Reginald Darrell (RFC Canada)
Robert V. Darrell (RFC Canada)
Herman Leseur (RFC Canada)
A.E. Roberts (RFC Canada)
KILLED IN ACTION
2 Lieutenant Joseph Watlington
2 Lieutenant Ewart C. Brown
2 Lieutenant Lennock de Graaf Godet
NOTED JOINING CANADIAN AIR SERVICE IN 1918
*Served after Great War and through WW2 as OC Bermuda Volunteer Engineers, and CO of Bermuda Flying School during WW2.
**Served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War.