Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

All Saints Yatesbury

Inscription

Erected

In loving memory of

2nd Flt. Lieut. Robert Emmett Gorman

Who fell July 27th 1918

Aged 32 years


By his mother

Place of Inscription

All Saints Yatesbury

Wiltshire

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Robert Emmett

Gorman

2nd August 1896

Mattawa, Ontario, Canada

27th July 1918

Killed in a flying accident with another plane piloted by Second Lieutenant Reuben John Davidson

32

All Saints churchyard, Yatesbury, Wiltshire

First World War

Second Lieutenant

36th Training Depot Station Royal Air Force

Canadian Army Service Corps

Two of Robert's brothers were also killed over the same period of 1918 leaving their parents with the loss of three sons

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