A series of articles is being published on the village web site describing the outcome of research into the 17 airmen from Beverley Aerodrome who died in air accidents during the irst World War. The articles are extended versions of articles published in the bi-monthly Bishop Burton newsletter. Here you will find links to each of the articles as they are published:  
  1. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 1 This article introduces the series and the aerodrome itself.
  2. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 2 This article focuses on Sgt. Linden Richardson of York. He kept a diary which is still in the keeping of his family.
  3. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 3 This article focuses on John Hillier Blount and Harry Estcourt Robinson, two airmen with celebrity connections.
  4. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 4 This articles concentrates on two academically gifted airmen whose considerable talents were lost to the Scottish nation. They were Robert Grossart and Herbert Anderson.
  5. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 5 This article focuses on Harry Teetzel and Norman Scott who came to the RAF via the Canadian military forces.
  6. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 6 This article focuses on Evan Idris Howell and John Clayton who died on the same day in April 1918.
  7. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 7 This article focuses on Charles Alan Clarke Fullerton, Tom Jowett amd Colin Corry Bevington who died in May 1918.
  8. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 8 This article focuses on Frederick Young and Kenneth Vick who are buried in St Mary's cemetery, Beverley, and Harry Isherwood.
  9. Beverley Aerodrome and Bishop Burton Article 9 This article focuses on Harold Frederick Barlow, John Dudley Wollaston and Captain DDG Hall. Reference is also made to John Henry Splatt.

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