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Paddy Finucane - Honours and Awards
... — London Gazette 9 September 1941 - Acting Flight Lieutenant Brendan Finucane DFC (41276) of No ... — London Gazette 26 September 1941 - Acting Flight Lieutenant Brendan Finucane DFC (41276) of No ... — London Gazette 21 October 1941 - Acting Flight Lieutenant Brendan Finucane DFC (41276) of No ...
Sir John Keane, 5th Baronet - Military Career
... Africa during the Boer War (mentioned in despatches, London Gazette 10 September 1901, Queen's South Africa Medal) ... I he was mentioned in despatches, awarded the Distinguished Service Order (London Gazette 14 January 1916) and the French Legion of Honour (London Gazette 14 July 1917) ...
Robert J. O. Compston - Honours and Awards
... with enemy aircraft, and certainly destroyed one." — London Gazette 11 August 1917 Flight Commander Robert John Orton Compston, D.S.C ... which he drove down and forced to land." — London Gazette On 16 March 1918 Flight Commander Robert John Orton Compston, D.S.C ... had more than one successful engagement in the same day." — London Gazette 3 June 1918 Captain Robert John Orton, DSC was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross on ...
Richard Minifie - First World War
... in the Royal Naval Air Service at Crystal Palace, London on 11 June ... The notice for the decoration was promulgated in a supplement to the London Gazette on 2 November 1917 ... On 30 November, the London Gazette carried the announcement that Minifie had been awarded a Bar to his Distinguished Service Cross as a consequence of his "consp ...
Christopher Birdwood, 2nd Baron Birdwood
... He was baptised at Twickenham, London, England ... decorated with the Order of Aviz of Portugal (London Gazette 21st August 1919) ... As per the London Gazette of 12th September 1919 he was promoted Lieutenant, antedated to the 22nd December 1918 ...

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