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E A V Baker - RFC?


SueRC

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Please can anyone help? In my search for an elusive boy (R M Baker) named on the war memorial at my sons school, I came across another Baker who attended the school and who is listed on the RAF Muster roll for 1918. His name is E A V Baker and although it's probably a long shot (but after nearly three years of searching I'm getting desperate!) I wondered if he could be related to R.M.Baker. If anyone has come across E A V Baker on their travels I'd be very grateful for any info.

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Sue

E A V Baker = Edward Algar Victor Baker (he has a file at NA under reference AIR 79/2258/250358 which gives his forenames).

He appears to have been born in Ipswich Registration District in June Qtr. 1899, the son of William and Bertha Baker.

Only a quick look but I can't see any sibling with initials R M on the 1891, 1901 and 1911 census.

Regards

Steve

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If you use this link to TNA there are 2 records for him : - RNAS, available for £3.36 online and the RFC which you would have to get from TNA

http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/SearchUI/s/res?_q=Edward+Algar+Victor+Baker&_sd=&_ed=

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What is the school Sue ?

Been informed by Sue it is St Neots School Hampshire. Having no luck at all at the moment. Ralph.

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