Malvern College First World War Casualty

Captain Stanley Forrester Browning

Photo of Stanley Forrester Browning
House and time at Malvern: Sch, 1910 - 1914.

Regiment: 41 Sq. R. F. C.
Died: 03 May 1917 aged 21 in Belgium. Killed in action.
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial LX111 D 5

Born 22nd April 1896. Son of Bertram and Kathleen Browning, of "Rutleigh," 46, Furze Lane, Purley, Surrey.
Lower IV—Modern II. House Prefect. XXII Football.
41st Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps.

'Stanley Browning was a plucky football player, and well liked by his contemporaries in the School House. He showed some independence of character and capacity for leadership, and the Flying Corps was just the career for him. He was killed in action, while flying, on May 3rd.' (Malvernian, Jul 1917).

He was attacked by a number of German Jastas while on patrol and was killed in an FE8 (A4873).
Biography at purleyandthegreatwar
Ref airwar19141918.

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