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James Herbert Payne (1879 - 1942)
Carpenter, Carpenter and Joiner
Alice Elizabeth Golledge Marjorie Gladys Payne Alec Harry Golledge Payne Lillian Emmeline Payne Jack PAYNE George William Payne William Payne unknown PAYNE unknown Harriet "Payne" Ann King James King Richard King Sarah "King" Mary "King"
James Herbert Payne
James Herbert Payne Alice Elizabeth Golledge
b. 23 Jan 1879 at Castle Cary, Someret
m. 26 Jun 1907 Alice Elizabeth Golledge (1883 - 1945) at Lovington Methodist, Somerset
d. 20 Mar 1942 at Newbury aged 63
Events in James Herbert Payne (1879 - 1942)'s life
Date Age Event Place Notes Src
23 Jan 1879 James Herbert Payne was born Castle Cary, Someret
20 Dec 1904 25 Carpenter Forbury Manor, Hungerford
1907 28 Carpenter and Joiner Newbury, Berks
26 Jun 1907 28 Married Alice Elizabeth Golledge (aged 24) Lovington Methodist, Somerset
abt 1908 29 Death of father George William Payne (aged 65)
07 May 1908 29 Birth of daughter Marjorie Gladys Payne Newbury, Berks
07 Feb 1911 32 Birth of son Alec Harry Golledge Payne Newbury, Berks
11 Nov 1913 34 Birth of daughter Lillian Emmeline Payne Newbury, Berks
26 Nov 1919 40 Birth of son Jack PAYNE 4 Arthur Road, Newbury, Berks
20 Mar 1942 63 James Herbert Payne died Newbury
Burial Shaw Cemetry, Newbury
Personal Notes:
One of the most famous RFC/RAF fighter squadrons, Number 56, was formed at Fort Rowner, Gosport on 9 June 1916 and soon after set about introducing the new SE5 fighter/scout into service. In April 1917, the unit moved to France. Several famous RFC pilots served with the Squadron; Captain Albert Ball was a founder member, but was killed in May 1917 and posthumously awarded the VC; Lieutenant APF Rhys David spent a number of months with the Squadron and perhaps the most famous RFC pilot of the First World War, Captain James McCudden arrived with seven victories to his name. Six months later he left with a score of 57! By the time the War ended, the Squadron claimed 427 victories - all with SE5As.
Battle Honours: Western Front 1917-1918*, Arras, Ypres 1917*, Cambrai 1917, Somme 1918*, Amiens, Hindenburg Line, France and Low Countries 1940, Dunkirk*, Battle of Britain 1940*, Fortress Europe 1942-1944, Dieppe, France and Germany 1944-1945*, Normandy 1944*, Home defence 1942-1945, Arnhem*
* Honours marked with an asterisk, are emblazoned on the Squadron Standard