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Corbett, Cyril Dudley Hely

On the 4th December at Felixstowe, suddenly, of influenza, Lieut-Col. Dudley Corbett, A.A.M.A. Midland Area, HQ, R.A.F. of St. Thomas's Hospital, and late of 30 Welbeck-street W., dearly loved husband of Evelyn M. Corbett and eldest son of the late R.S. Corbett and Mrs. Corbett. The Times 7 Dec. 1918


First name(s)Cyril Dudley Hely
Date of birth1881
Place of birthLambeth District
Family detailsEldest son of the late R.S. and Mrs. Corbett. In 1905 Cyril was living at Five Oaks, Streatham. Husband of Evelyn M. Corbett
Previous educationWellington College, Oxford University College
CollegeSt Thomas' Hospital
Dates at college1905-1908
Dept / course2nd M.B.
QualificationsB.A.; M.A. M.D. Oxon
Military unitR.A.M.C. and Royal Air Force
War / conflictWorld War One (1914-1918)
Date of death4 December 1918
Age at death37
Rank at deathLieut.-Col.
Place of deathFelixstowe
Cause of deathDied on service of influenza
Burial placeGolders Green Crematorium
NotesC.D. H. Corbett wrote a book, published in 1918, "A study of the reaction of pilots and observers to diminished oxygen pressure."
SourcesSt Thomas's Hospital Medical School Records, King's College London Archives; Commonwealth War Graves Commission; The Times

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