Commemorating the Fallen of WW1

Today we remember …

18th October 1918

Reginald Loxley, A Social 1910, Captain, Royal Air Force. Died of pneumonia on active service in France

He served first with the RNVR, then with the Navy Air Arm the RNAS which was later amalgamated with the Royal Flying Corps to form the RAF in the summer of 1918.  He served throughout the Gallipoli Campaign and was invalided home. He died of pneumonia in Paris.

His brother, Vere, was killed on the Somme in 1916.

Aged 31

Captain R Loxley, RAF, died 1918