Nine days after he joined 24 Squadron
on 17 October 1916, Kelvin Crawford scored his first victory. Scoring his
second victory on 22 November, he and John
Andrews shot down an Albatros
D.II flown by Stefan
Kirmaier, commander of
Jasta 2. Before returning to the Home Establishment on 3 July
1917, Crawford achieved two more victories flying the D.H.2 and his last victory flying a D.H.5.
He was posted to 60 Squadron in March 1918 but was killed in
action the following month.
The son of William and Elizabeth M. Crawford; 1901 residence, Wandsworth, London; birth registered in 2nd quarter 1895 at Wandsworth