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Lancelot Charles Rogers-Harrison

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Lancelot Charles Rogers-Harrison (1889-1913). Early aviator.

1889 Born in Salem, India.

1913 28th April. Died at Farnborough while flying a Cody pusher biplane (120 hp Austro-Daimler engine) The aircraft had been poorly maintained and consisted of parts of older machines. The plane broke up in the air while gliding at 500 feet.

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Sources of Information

The History of British Aviation 1908-14 by R. Dallas Brett. Published c1930.