Today we remember …
9th August 1917
Moseley Woodhouse, C Social 1913. Flight Sub-Lt, 9th Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service. Killed in action off the coast of Flanders
He left Radley to join the R.N.A.S. in October, 1916, when just eighteen, and went to France in June last. He made a wonderful effort to land when in flames at 7,000 feet, and got within 100 feet of earth, when the machine broke up, and he was killed.
He and his brother Lionel, who also fell in the Great War, are both listed on the War Memorial at Downe House, where his sister was at school.