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Name: Roger Henry Gartside Neville
Military Cross (MC)
Country: England
Rank: Captain
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Units: 21, 23
Victories: 5
Born: 08 March 1895
Place of Birth: St. Pancras, London
Died: May 1986
Place of Death: Uckfield, Surrey
Roger Henry Gartside Neville was injured by a Very flare on 19 August 1917.

1901 residence, Hampstead, London.
Military Cross (MC)
2nd Lt. (temp. Capt.) Roger Henry Gartside Neville, D. of Corn. L.I. and R.F.C.
   For conspicuous skill and gallantry. He is a fine leader of patrol work, and has done much to keep enemy machines away from our lines. On one occasion, flying in a rain storm, after nearly colliding with an enemy machine he pursued it and brought it down half a mile from an enemy aerodome.
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 14 Sep 1916 21 B.E.12 (6563) LVG C (DES) SW of Velu
2 06 Jul 1917 1235 23 SPAD (B3519) Albatros D.V (DES) Tourcoing
3 06 Jul 1917 1235 23 SPAD (B3519) Albatros D.V (OOC) Tourcoing
4 11 Jul 1917 1855 23 SPAD (B3519) Albatros D.V (OOC) Westroosebeke
5 27 Jul 1917 1950 23 SPAD (B3519) Aviatik C (DES) 1 Kezelberg

1 Shared with 2Lt Frederick Gibbs (B3501)
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