Having served with the Yorkshire Regiment in Gallipoli, Egypt and France, Henry Arthur Richard Biziou transferred to the Royal Flying Corps in late 1916. In 1918, flying Sopwith Dolphins with 87 Squadron in France, Lieutenant Biziou scored his first victory on 6 May. Promoted to temporary Captain on 2 July, he downed seven more enemy machines by the end of September. Post-war, the 22 year old was flying an S.E.5a when he was killed in a mid-air collision with an Avro 504k two-seater at Farnborough.
British Army WWI Medal Rolls Index Cards, 1914-1920
The Dundee Courier, Angus, Scotland, Tuesday, 15 July 1919, page 5
The Cheltenham Chronicle, Gloucestershire, England, Saturday, 19 July 1919, page 6
"Lieut. (A./Capt.) Henry Arthur Richard
A most successful leader of marked gallantry. During recent operations he has destroyed four enemy aeroplanes and driven down one out of control; two of these he accounted for in one engagement on September 15th with a number of Fokker biplanes. In addition he has driven down a hostile balloon."