Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Clive Maitland Waterlow

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Clive Maitland Waterlow (1885-1917). Early aviator.

1885 Born in Hampstead[1]

1911 Gained his aviator's certificate[2]

1914 Capt. C. M. Waterlow, Royal Engineers, serving in the Airship and Kite Squadron, Military Wing, now transferred to the Naval Wing, Royal Flying Corps: concession as regards examination for promotion.

1917 Major C M Waterlow (temporary rank of Lieut Colonel), of the Royal Engineers, was killed in action; buried in Leasingham, Lincs[3]

1944 Refers to 'the late Colonel C. M. Waterlow'

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. Royal Aero Club records
  3. Find a Grave