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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ROBPUGH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Jul 2016 at 20:26
That's all the information I've got on Griggs. My records are complete up to December 1915, so he must have still been with No.5 Squadron at this time.
Well that's his first 2 - 3 years service in the Royal Flying Corps covered. Hope you have found it of interest.
I would be most interested to see the other photographs you have of him.
All the best,
Rob.
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Thank you so much Rob, you have filled a rather large hole in my research!
I'll start a new thread and upload all the photos I have of him.
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AIR1/1637/204/91/6 - 6 Wing, R.F.C., Routine Orders.
1 - 9 Nov. 1917.
Routine Order dated 9 November 1917.
No.49 Squadron W.O., N.C.O's and Men proceeding to the Expeditionary Force.

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