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Percy Joseph Barnett

Born:
3 Kislev 5649 (07 November 1888)
Died:
6 Heshvan 5679 (12 October 1918)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
BAR7708
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
3 Kislev 5649 (07 November 1888)
Place of birth:
London

Death

Date of death:
6 Heshvan 5679 (12 October 1918)
Died in combat?:
Yes
Place of death:
Ongwanada Military Hospital, Kingston Canada
Cause of death:
Pneumonia (brought on by Spanish Flu)
Burial place:
Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston, Canada

Places

Addresses

Marital home with wife Millie:
35, Malmesbury Road Canning Town
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Family legend
Barnett had been working as a motor truck foreman in Brooklyn, New York and on June 5th, he had completed a US Draft Registration card which recorded that he had brown eyes, black hair and was of medium height and build. He joined the Royal Flying Corps in New York on July 5th, 1917 and was appointed to the Corps in Toronto on July 7th, with the regimental number 72910

Family

Spouse

Millie Price (female)
Other surname / Maiden name:
Barnett
Place of marriage:
London

Siblings

Bob Barnett (male)
Tussie Barnett (female)
Lew Barnett (male)

Parents

Father: Henry Barnett (male)
Mother: Sarah Barnett (female)

Military Record

Military service:
Royal Air Force
Military record no.:
72910
Date discharged/death:
12 October 1918
Rank at discharge/death:
Air Mechanic 2nd Class
Sustained injuries:
Died as a result of injuries sustained in a flying accident at Camp Mohawk, Canada 12/11/1917

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