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Name: Horace Balfour Davey
Horace Balfour Davey
Country: England
Rank: Captain
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Units: 11, 25
Victories: 6
Born: 14 February 1894
Place of Birth: Ambala, India
Died: 1972
Place of Death: London, England
 
 
The son of Major Horace Scott Davey, Lieutenant Horace Balfour Davey, N. Staffs. Regt., received Royal Aero Club Aviator's Certificate 2752 on a Maurice Farman biplane at Military School, Norwich on 6 March 1916. An F.E.2b pilot, he and his observers scored six victories in France with 25 and 11 Squadrons in 1916.
Great Britain, Royal Aero Club Aviators' Certificates, 1910-1950
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 16 May 1916 0925 25 F.E.2b (5209) 1 Fokker E (DES) S of Lille
2 17 Jun 1916 1130 25 F.E.2b (6938) 2 Fokker E (OOC) 6 Don
3 02 Jul 1916 1930 25 F.E.2b (5238) 3 Fokker E (DES) Lille
4 20 Jul 1916 1830 25 F.E.2b (5238) 4 Fokker E (DES) 7 E of Lens
5 20 Jul 1916 1830 25 F.E.2b (5238) 4 Fokker E (DES) 7 E of Lens
6 22 Nov 1916 1400 11 F.E.2b (7694) 5 LVG C (CAP) E of Arras

1 Observer Cpl L van Schaick
2 Observer 2Lt J B Hinchcliffe
3 Observer Cpl W Paull
4 Observer Capt H C Morley
5 Observer Lt A L Harrow-Bunn
6 Shared with 2Lt J R B Savage & AM2 Robinson (5201), Lt Lancelot Richardson & Lt M V Lewes
7 Shared with Lt Lancelot Richardson & AM2 Leslie Court (6932)
 
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