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Arnold B MasseyFor several years, I have been researching RAF Catfirth, which was a flying boat station in the Shetland Isles in 1918. The Canadian connection is that there were at least 3 Canadians who served at Catfirth and one in particular, Captain Arnold Bonnell Massey AFC (1897-1984), who flew the first aeroplane to Shetland in June 1918. If any of your members have information about the Canadians who served in the RNAS and RAF, especially in RAF Houton in Orkney and RAF Catfirth in Shetland in WW1, I would be glad to hear from them.

Simon Gunn. (Ross-shire, Scotland),