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The dashing young Officer, Royal Field Artillery, later flying ace, war hero, Royal Flying Corps. Meeting Miss Agatha Miller, Oct. 1912, at a grand ball, he quickly added her to his other life-long loves: motorcyles, aeroplanes, and golf. On Dec. 24, 1914, at the Parish Church of the Emmanuel, Clifton, Bristol, they were wed, the day before he was sent to the Front. On Armistice Day, Nov. 11, 1918, WW1 ended, after which he accepted a position with the Ministry of Aviation, London.