24 January 1919 We Lost 157

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Today’s losses include:

  • A 22-victory ace
  • The son of an Admiral
  • Multiple families that lost two sons in the Great War
  • A Military Chaplain

Today’s highlighted casualties include:

  • Captain Cecil Frederick King (Royal Air Force) is killed in a flying accident in England. He was a twenty-two-victory ace.
  • Lieutenant John Roland Barratt (Army Service Corps) dies of illness at age 25. His brother died of wounds on Salonika in May 1917.
  • Sub Lieutenant Michael Heaton-Ellis (HMS Taurus, Royal Navy) dies at home at age 20. He is the son of Vice Admiral ‘Sir’ Edward Heaton-Ellis KBE CB MVO and his brother was killed in action in May 1918.
  • Chaplain the Reverend W O O’Conor dies on service in Tehran.