207 SQUADRON ROYAL AIR FORCE HISTORY
No.7 Squadron Royal Naval Air Service
In August 1993 a Members' Memorial Book was published in booklet form by the late AVM David Dick.
It was based on the 207 Squadron/7 Squadron RNAS Memorial Book deposited in Leicester Cathedral, to the inclusion of Prisoners of War and Evaders.
This on-line version also draws on information from the Appendices of the Squadron History, Always Prepared by John Hamlin.
These pages list both aircrew and groundcrew who, whilst serving with 207 Squadron or 7(N) Sqn RNAS, died on active service, those who were prisoners of war (pow) and those who evaded capture (evd). As No.7(A) Sqn RNAS operated alongside its parent No.7(N) Sqn RNAS until December 1917, the two casualties suffered by 7(A) have been included.
It is presented alphabetically and is searchable. The on-line format at present is surname, rank, forenames, age if known, and aircraft serial number of the aircraft involved, if applicable. The aircraft serial number can be used to search the website for any others aboard, usually but not always members of the same crew.
For those who died, the name is linked to their Commonwealth War Grave Commission record. Where available links will in due course be added to other information pages relevant to a name.
There are some for whom there is no CWGC listing because their date of death is outwith the CWGC's time periods - for WWI, 1914-21; for WWII, 1939-1947.