Perth Digger Posted 23 October , 2013 Share Posted 23 October , 2013 In Flight Magazine for 28 September 1916, p. 835 (on-line), there is an account of a coroner's inquest on the above named pilot. "Lt Sidney Woodrow was killed near Birmingham on September 23rd. A police constable who saw the accident said the machine seemed to nose-dive from the clouds. The Coroner expressed the opinion that the deceased was seized with a fainting fit which caused him to lose consciousness. A verdict of 'Accidental Death' was recorded." I can find no mention of a Sidney Woodrow in SDGW, the NA catalogue or in CWGC. Did the magazine get the name wrong? This should be a war casualty, I'd have thought. Thanks Mike Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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