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Name: Maximillian John Jules Gabriel "Monty" Mare-Montembault
Military Cross (MC) Maximillian Mare-Montembault
Country: England
Rank: Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Unit: 32
Victories: 6
Born: 1894/1895
Place of Birth:  
Died:
Place of Death:
 
 
From the North Somerset Yeomanry, Maximillian John Jules Gabriel Mare-Montembault was seconded for duty with the Royal Flying Corps on 3 August 1916 and was posted to 32 Squadron on 10 August 1916. He scored 6 victories flying the D.H.2 and was shot down on 10 October 1916. On 6 March 1917, he was captured by the Germans when he was shot down for the second time by Adolf von Tutschek. He remained a prisoner for the duration of the war. On 10 April 1919 he relinquished his commission on account of ill-health contracted on active service.

Birth registered 1st quarter of 1895 at Croydon.
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 15 Sep 1916 1150 32 D.H.2 (A2539) Roland C (DESF) S of Bapaume
2 22 Oct 1916 1005 32 D.H.2 (7882) Albatros D.I (OOC) Irles
3 16 Nov 1916 0900 32 D.H.2 (7899) 1 C (OOC) Loupart Wood
4 16 Nov 1916 0900 32 D.H.2 (7899) 2 C (OOC) Loupart Wood
5 17 Nov 1916 abt 1400 32 D.H.2 (7899) C (OOC) Bucquoy
6 06 Mar 1917 abt 1500 32 D.H.2 (7882) Albatros D.I (DES) E of Bapaume

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Shared with Capt Hubert Jones, Lt P B G Hunt (7938)
Shared with Lt H G Southon (7941)
 
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