|Birthplace:||Stone, Staffordshire, England|
|Cause of death:||Killed in action WWI|
|Occupation:||2nd Liut RFC|
|Managed by:||Annemarie Healy (C)|
About Hugh Cecil Patterson
Second Lieutenant HUGH CECIL PATTERSON was killed on April 30th in a collision in the air when returning from patrol. He was the only son of the late Thomas Main Patterson, of Littlebourne House, near Canterbury, and was educated at Warden House, Deal, and at Marlborough. He joined the U.P.S. Brigade in October, 1914, and he went out to France in November, 1915, but returned in March of "the following year. He was in the Cadet Corps till July, when he obtained a commission in the Bedfordshire Regiment, and was attached to the R.F.C. in November. He remained in England for training till April 18th, and was killed 12 days afterwards
Lieutenant Hugh Cecil PATTERSON Killed in action 30th April 1917 Hugh was in the 4th battalion, attached to the 38th or 48th squadron of the Royal Flying Corps. He was the son of Mary E. Patterson, of Spearpoint, Ashford, Kent and lies in the Warlincourt Halte British cemetery, Saulty, 22km from Arras.