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Reginald Hugh Carr

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Reginald Hugh Carr (1885- ), early aviator

1885 Born in Walthamstow, son of Isaac and Priscilla Carr[1] [2]

1910 25 August: visited USA, an aeroplane engineer, together with other such engineers: Arthur Turner and Bentfield Charles Hucks, accompanying C. Grahame White "the aviator"[3]

1911 An engineer (fitter) in the field of aviation, living in Walthamstow with his mother and sisters[4]

1915 Marriage: Reginald Hugh Carr. Major Royal Flying Corps on 11 Jul 1915 in Walthamstow Essex (London) [St. Stephen's] to Gladys Lilian Hick

1918 Maj. Reginald Hugh Carr, D.C.M. awarded the Air Force Cross.

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1891 census
  3. Massachusetts arrival records
  4. 1911 census