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Christopher William Wilson

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Christopher William Wilson (1878- ). Early aviator

1878 Born in Leith

1914 12th May: Collided with a plane piloted by E. V. Anderson, killing him and his passenger H. W. Carter at Farnborough. C. W. Wilson survived.

WWI Served in Seaforth Highlanders, RFC and RAF.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Medal Rolls Index