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Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Biography -
- Edmund Daniell Spicer -

from de Ruvigny's Roll of Honour


Edmund Daniell Spicer, son of Newton and Emma Frances Spicer, of Little Denstone, Parkstone, Dorset (address given on CWGC record)
Edmund Daniell Spicer, younger son of Mrs and Mrs Newton Spicer, of 37 Auriol-road, West Kensington (address given in Death notice The Times 13 Feb 1917)
Commemorated on the Freshwater War Memorial

Service details

2/Lt Edmund Daniell Spicer, Royal Flying Corps, 20 Sqn

CWGC record ...

Date of Death :1 February 1917 aged 18
Where buried or commemorated :Moorseele Military Cemetery, Wevelghem, West Flanders, Belgium
Aircraft :FE 2d
Crew :
:Captain C M Carbert, MC, Canadian Infantry, attd RFCCWGC record ...

2/Lt Spicer was attached to 89th Army Wing at Iris Farm in Flanders. On is Royal Aero Club Index card, his address is given as The Glen, Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight. Information about Captain Carbert, can be found on the Veteran Affairs Canada website.

Information provided by : John Bloodworth

from de Ruvigny's Roll of Honour [click on image to enlarge]

Royal Aero Club index card and album page [Click to enlarge]


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