We remember John Henry Maclaurin

We remember John Henry Maclaurin

Timeline

Timeline

1899
birth County Clare Ireland Source:6930995 Source:9423940 25th November 1899
1901
sibling Elizabeth Kathleen Maclaurin Source:9423938 1901
1905
sibling Gwendoline Maud Marcella Maclaurin Source:9423938 1905
1913
education Campbell College Belfast United Kingdom Source:9424198 April 1913 - April 1915
1917
enlistment Source:6930995 31st December 1917
1918
service Air Force (RAF/RFC) 117030 Royal Flying Corps Reserve Depot Source:9423939 1st January 1918 - 7th February 1918
1918
service Air Force (RAF/RFC) Air Mechanic 3rd Class 117030 Royal Flying Corps No 5 OCW, St Leonards Source:9423944 7th February 1918 - 31st March 1918
1918
appointments Pilot (Lnr.) Source:9423944 1st April 1918
1918
service Air Force (RAF/RFC) Private 2nd Class 117030 Royal Air Force No 5 OCW, St Leonards Source:9423939 1st April 1918 - 21st April 1918
1918
service Air Force (RAF/RFC) Private 2nd Class 117030 Royal Air Force No. ? School of Aeronautics Source:9423939 9th June 1918 - 6th July 1918
1918
service Air Force (RAF/RFC) Private 2nd Class 117030 Royal Air Force Armament School Source:9423939 9th June 1918 - 6th July 1918
1918
service Air Force (RAF/RFC) Flight Cadet 117030 Royal Air Force No 1 Training Depot Station, RAF Wittering Source:9423944 6th July 1918 - 29th September 1918
appointments Misc. (Aviator) Source:9423944
employment Engineer (Apprentice) Source:6930995
1918
death Flying accident. DH9, B9381, entered a spin and nose dived into the ground at 1820 hrs. Both occupants (Flt Cdt MacLaurin and Pvt Christopherson US Army Air Service) were killed. RAF Wittering United Kingdom Source:9417627 29th September 1918
burial Drumcliff Cemetery Drumcliff Cemetery Non-War Cemetery CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Ennis, County Clare, Ennis, County Clare Ireland Ireland Source:9417627 Source:9423941

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names John Henry
Initials JH
Last Name Maclaurin
Source 6930995
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeCertaintySource
Killeen, County Tipperary Ireland parents address known 1901
Tomgraney, County Clare Ireland parents address known 1911
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
Air Force (RAF/RFC) 117030 Royal Air Force No. ? School of Aeronautics Private 2nd Class
Air Force (RAF/RFC) 117030 Royal Flying Corps Reserve Depot
Air Force (RAF/RFC) 117030 Royal Air Force No 5 OCW, St Leonards Private 2nd Class
Air Force (RAF/RFC) 117030 Royal Air Force Armament School Private 2nd Class
Air Force (RAF/RFC) 117030 Royal Flying Corps No 5 OCW, St Leonards Air Mechanic 3rd Class
Air Force (RAF/RFC) 117030 Royal Air Force No 1 Training Depot Station, RAF Wittering Flight Cadet
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Maud Dolmage Mac Laurin mother
Rev Robert Twiss MacLaurin father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Gwendoline Maud Marcella MacLaurin sister 1905
Elizabeth Kathleen MacLaurin sister 1901
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
DateHeightSource
1918-04-01 5'8"
Religion
DateReligionSource
1901 Anglican - Church of Eng, Irl, Wales or other

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Official Records

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British RAF Airmen 1912-1919
Ireland Census 1911 Transcription Mike152380
British Royal Air Force, Officers' Service Records 1912-1920 Transcription Mike152380
Ireland Census 1901 Transcription Mike152380
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Transcription Mike152380
England & Wales deaths 1837-2007 Transcription Mike152380

External Evidence

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Royal Air Force Wittering Roll of Remembrance, Volume One, World War One; 1916 ~ 1918 Mike152380
Royal Air Force Muster Roll Mike152380
Royal Air Force Casualty Card - Person - MacLaurin, J.H. (John Henry) Mike152380
Royal Air Force Next of Kin Card - Incident - MacLaurin, J.H. (John Henry) Mike152380
Clare Memorials and Graves from the Great War Mike152380
Honouring the War Dead of County Clare in World War 1 Mike152380
Flyers from Campbell Mike152380
John Henry MACLAURIN Mike152380
Campbell College Register 1894-1999 Mike152380

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