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Captain Rupert Norman Gould Atkinson

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Captain Rupert Norman Gould Atkinson

Birth
Shanghai, Shanghai Municipality, China
Death
7 Mar 1919 (aged 22)
Berkhamsted, Dacorum Borough, Hertfordshire, England
Burial
Berkhamsted, Dacorum Borough, Hertfordshire, England
Plot
Terrace (South) Grave 9
Memorial ID
32244570 View Source

Captain in the Royal Air Force, 90th Sqdn.

Served also with No. 10, No. 98, and No. 206 Squadrons.

He joined the Middlesex regiment as a 2nd Lieutenant and subsequently transferred to the Royal Flying Corps. He received the Military Cross (MC) in 1917, and in 1918 he received the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC). He was later awarded a bar to his DFC and received the Croix de Guerre (Belgium). His five victories qualified him as an ace.
Son of Mrs. A.S. Atkinson.

Captain Atkinson's name also appears on the Berkhamsted War Memorial outside Saint Peter's Church.

Captain in the Royal Air Force, 90th Sqdn.

Served also with No. 10, No. 98, and No. 206 Squadrons.

He joined the Middlesex regiment as a 2nd Lieutenant and subsequently transferred to the Royal Flying Corps. He received the Military Cross (MC) in 1917, and in 1918 he received the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC). He was later awarded a bar to his DFC and received the Croix de Guerre (Belgium). His five victories qualified him as an ace.
Son of Mrs. A.S. Atkinson.

Captain Atkinson's name also appears on the Berkhamsted War Memorial outside Saint Peter's Church.


Inscription

Captain
R.N.G. Atkinson
MC, DFC & Bar
Royal Air Force
March 7 1919.
Also His Dear Mother
A.S. Atkinson 1876-1967
And Her Younger Son
Gerald 1900-1961


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