The following London Gazette supplements record Harry George Luchford’s military service:

15 October 1917: Page 2: "Royal Flying Corps. Mil. Wing. The undermentioned appts are made: Flight Comdrs - From Flying Officers and to be temp Capts whilst so empld: Temp Lt H G E Luchford, Gen List 11th Sept 1917"

27 October 1917: Records on page 3 the award of the Military Cross to "T/Lt. Harry George Ernest Luchford, Gen List, and RFC."

26 November 1917:  Records on page 3 the award of a bar to the Military Cross to "T/Capt Harry George Ernest Luchford, MC, Gen List and RFC (MC gazetted 27th October 1917)."

18 March 1918: Records on page 13 the award of the Military Cross to "T/Lt Harry George Ernest Luchford, Gen List and RFC. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.  He has carried out a great deal of extremely useful work and has proved himself a capable and determined leader. On one occasion when on a photographic reconnaissance he and his observer shot down and destroyed two enemy scouts. He has destroyed five other hostile machines."

6 April 1918: Records on page 9 the award of a bar to the Military Cross to "T/Capt Harry George Ernest Luchford, Gen List and RFC. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When engaged on a patrol, he and his observer encountered about fifteen hostile aeroplanes, and shot one of them down in flames. Later, when engaged on a reconnaissance with three other machines, he encountered eight hostile aeroplanes and shot one of them down. On another occasion he destroyed one of three hostile scouts which were attacking one of our machines, and also shot down a hostile two-seater."


The following London Gazette supplements record Cyril Gordon Luchford’s military service:


15 August 1916: Records on page 8 under Northumberland Fusiliers that cadet Cyril Gordon Luchford, from "Inns of Court OTC" ... "to be temp 2nd Lt. (on probation) 7 July 1916."

11 November 1916: Records on page 10 "War Office 11th November 1916.  REGULAR FORCES. The undermentioned temp 2nd Lts. (attached) (unless otherwise stated) are transferred to Service Battalions, with seniority shown against their names: ..... North'd Fus. .....C G Luchford 7 July 1916."

20 February 1918: Records on page 7:  "North'd Fus. Temp 2nd Lt C G Luchford to be temp Lt. 29 Oct 1917."

1 January 1919: Records on page 27 the award of the Military Cross to "Lt. Cyril Gordon Luchford, 14th Bn, North'd Fus."