Douglas Bayley de Bruyn (1895 - 1916)

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Birthplace: Pretoria, South Africa
Death: Died in Flying Accident (35 Squadron Royal Flying Corps) over Thelford, Norfolk, England
Cause of death: Flying Accident
Occupation: Second Lieutenant, King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regt.)
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About Douglas Bayley de Bruyn

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DE BRUYN Douglas Bayley

2/Lt. Royal Lancs. Regt. and RFC. 35 Sqn. RFC, Thetford. Killed in flying accident 27/5/1916, as passenger in Henri Farman; pilot 2/Lt. Robert Newman, from Hampstead, Middx., also killed - buried at Hampstead. De Bruyn buried at Cambridge (Borough).

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Douglas de Bruyn's Timeline

1895
July 11, 1895
Pretoria, South Africa
1915
November 6, 1915
Age 20
London, UK

Travelled 1st Class, Student (Military) aged 20

1916
May 27, 1916
Age 20
Flying Accident (35 Squadron Royal Flying Corps) over Thelford, Norfolk, England

Surname: DE BRUYN First Name: DOUGLAS BAYLY
Year: 1916 Volume: 6/9/827
Source Location: National Archives, Cape Town (KAB) Reference: 1609
Source: Master's Office / Orphan Chamber, Cape Town (MOOC)

1916
Age 20
Cambridge City Cemetery, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
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- May, 1916