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Sydney Tyndall Liversedge
Born (1897-08-15)15 August 1897
Died 1979
Place of birth Honley, Yorkshire, England
Allegiance United Kingdom
Service/branch Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Rank Captain
Unit No. 70 Squadron RAF
Battles/wars First World War

Captain Sydney Tyndall Liversedge was an English first world war aviator and flying ace who claimed 13 victories.[1]

Liversedge was born 15 August 1897 in Honley, Kirklees, Yorkshire. The son of James and Ethelinda, his father was a cashier at a woollen mill.[1][2] Flying the Sopwith Camel with No. 70 Squadron RAF during 1918 Liversedge claimed 13 destroyed German aircraft.[1] He died in Huddersfield, Yorkshire in 1979.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Sydney Tyndall Liversedge". Retrieved 9 October 2010. 
  2. 1901 Census of Huddersfield, RG13/4094, Folio 48, Page 18, Sydney T. Liversidge, 26, East Gate Highfield Terrace, Honley, Yorkshire.

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