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ROYAL FLYING CORPS

"The Interviewing Officer, Royal Flying Corps, will be present on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY of each week, at 102, GRAFTON STREET, DUBLIN, and THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, at Room 47, CITY HALL, BELFAST, until further notice, for the purpose of interviewing Irishmen who wish to be accepted in the Royal Flying Corps as Cadets."

The Belfast News-Letter, Thurday, 2 August 1917
 
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    Name Height
61 Canada Wilson, Claude Melnot 5 ft 7 in
62 Canada Appleby, Percival Ewart 5 ft 7 in
63 USA Bissonette, Charles Arthur 5 ft 7 in
64 Canada Bromley, Edwin Claude 5 ft 7 in
65 Canada Davis, Ernest Francis Hartley 5 ft 7 in
66 Canada Gillespie, William John 5 ft 7 in
67 Canada Gilroy, Eric Charlton 5 ft 7 in
68 Canada Rosevear, Stanley Wallace 5 ft 7 in
69 Canada Smith, James Robert 5 ft 7 in
70 Canada Bishop, William Avery 5 ft 6 in
71 Canada McGoun, David MacKay 5 ft 6 in
72 Canada Mulock, Redford Henry 5 ft 6 in
73 Canada Ray, Lewis Hector 5 ft 6 in
74 Canada Birmingham, Thomas James 5 ft 6 in
75 Canada Clappison, Henry Gordon 5 ft 6 in
 
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