From the 8th Leicestershire Regiment, Stephen William Price transferred to the Royal Flying Corps in 1916. "B" Flight commander with 11 Squadron. Flying the F.E.2b, he scored 6 of 7 victories with Frederick Libby as his observer. Served as commanding officer of 83 Squadron. Later became a solicitor and served as an Under-Sheriff of London, 1935-1936.
1901 residence, Stoke Newington, London.
Military Cross (MC)
"For conspicuous gallantry in action.
During a reconnaissance he was attacked by
a large number of enemy machines. He manoeuvred his machine with great skill, and
fought down a hostile machine. On four
previous occasions he and his pilot have
accounted for enemy machines."