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Frederick Phillips Raynham

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Frederick Phillips Raynham (1893-1954), early aviator

1893 Born in Suffolk

1911 Gained aviator's certificate on Brooklands

1918 Lived in Byfleet[1]

1922 Achieved a winning duration flight in a glider at the Itford Hill competition[2]

1923 Married Margaret Purves Macpherson in Woking[3]

1939 Frederick P Raynham, Aeroplane test pilot, Director and Manager air transport, lived in Chichester, with Margaret P Raynham[4]

1954 Died in Colorado Springs, USA[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Kelly's directory
  2. Flight 18 May 1951
  3. BMD
  4. 1939 Register
  5. National Probate calendar
  • Royal Aero Club records