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FSL N. FRAMES, RNAS


Cnock
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Hello,

Flight Sub Lieutenant Neville FRAMES, lost his life on 28/11/1916.

Does anyone knows the cause of his death?

Was his unit 1 Sqn?

Regards,

Cnock

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Eddy,

Frames, who I think I do have a shot of, was with A Squadron 1 Wing at Furnes. Flying Nieuport 11 serial 8748 on the 27th November 1916, he made a forced landing amongst houses at Adinkerque whilst trying to find Furnes in foggy conditions. Frames died of his wounds on the following day. He had been on a raid to Zeebrugge Mole, presumably as an escort - if you need more I have the Squadron records up in the loft!

You were nearly right about No.1 Squadron - A Squadron was renamed No.1 on the 1st December!

Mike

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You can also trace the disposition of RNAS officers using the National Archives references are in this thread

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Mike, per ardua,

Thank You for the quick response.

Regards,

Cnock

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