Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Victoria, chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees."
NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any debts, claims or demands against the estate of Flight Commander Guy William Price, late of 23, Clarinda-park, W., Kingstown, in the county of Dublin, Ireland (who was killed in action on the 18th day of February, 1918, and to whose estate letters of administration were granted to Mrs. Francesca d'Orange Price (the next of kin of the deceased), in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 18th day of July, 1919), are hereby required to send particulars, in writing, of their debts, claims or demands to us, the undersigned, as Solicitors to the said administratrix, on or before the 8th day of September, 1919; and notice is hereby given, that at the expiration of that time the said administratrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the said testator among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts, claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice; and that she will not be liable for the assets, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose debt, claim or demand she shall not then have had notice. –Dated this 24th day of July, 1919.
ARTHUR TYLER and CO., 1, Garden-court, Temple, London, E.C. 4, Solicitors to the said Administratrix.
Flt.-Cdr. Guy William Price, R.N.A.S.
In recognition of the gallantry and determination displayed by him in leading offensive patrols, which have constantly engaged and driven away enemy aircraft.
On the 2nd January, 1918, he observed seven Albatross scouts, and, crossing the lines in the clouds, he attacked one, which fell vertically, bursting into flames, and crashed to the ground.
He has on several other occasions driven enemy aircraft down out of control.
Flt. Cdr. Guy William Price, D.S.C., R.N.A.S.
For consistency and determination in attacking enemy aircraft, often in superior numbers.
On the 22nd January, 1918, when on offensive patrol, he observed seven Albatross scouts. He dived and fired into one of the enemy aircraft, which stalled, side-slipped, and eventually fell over on its back, disappearing through a thick bank of clouds, and was observed by others of our machines to fall completely out of control.
On several other occasions he has destroyed enemy machines or brought them down completely out of control.