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  • TM
  • St.Pauls, Cambridge
  • England
  • 136 Marylebone Road, London
  • Son of Professor Thomas McKenny Hughes and Mary Caroline Hughes, of Cambridge; two brothers, George Ravensworth and Alfred
  • Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge
  • Architect
  • He joined the London Rowing Club after leaving Cambridge, and was one of its most successful oarsmen during the three seasons immediately preceding the war. In the season before the war Lieutenant Hughes took up sculling with success, winning the juniors at Molesey Regatta, and taking the junior-senior sculls at Kingston Regatta a week

Military service

  • Lieutenant
  • Twice Mentioned in Despatches
  • 53rd Squadron Royal Air Force (Flying Corps)
  • Commissioned in the K.R.R.C; Intelligence Corps in February 1917, attached to the R.F.C.


  • B6446 RE8, photographic patrol, shot up ground machine gun fire, 11.10 a.m.; crashed; Lewis was the pilot and was also killed (and is buried in Lijssenthoek).
  • Killed in action; brought in dead in n° 2 Can. CCS
  • 6 February 1918
  • 34
  • XXVII - FF - 9



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