Captain William Carrall Hilborn (whose middle and last names are variously spelled Carroll and Hillborn) was a World War I Canadian flying ace. He was raised as a western Canadian pioneer. He undertook his own aviation education in his eagerness to join the Royal Flying Corps. He overcame physical problems and a tendency toward airsickness to become a wingman to famed Canadian ace William George Barker. After scoring seven victories in Italy, Hilborn died on 26 August 1918, of injuries received in a flying accident.

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  • Captain William Carrall Hilborn (whose middle and last names are variously spelled Carroll and Hillborn) was a World War I Canadian flying ace. He was raised as a western Canadian pioneer. He undertook his own aviation education in his eagerness to join the Royal Flying Corps. He overcame physical problems and a tendency toward airsickness to become a wingman to famed Canadian ace William George Barker. After scoring seven victories in Italy, Hilborn died on 26 August 1918, of injuries received in a flying accident. (en)
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  • Canada
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  • 1898-7-5
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  • 1918-8-26
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  • Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada
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  • Grosso, Italy
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  • Plot 6, Row A, Grave 8, Montecchio Precalcino Communal Cemetery Extension, Italy
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  • Captain William Carrall Hilborn (whose middle and last names are variously spelled Carroll and Hillborn) was a World War I Canadian flying ace. He was raised as a western Canadian pioneer. He undertook his own aviation education in his eagerness to join the Royal Flying Corps. He overcame physical problems and a tendency toward airsickness to become a wingman to famed Canadian ace William George Barker. After scoring seven victories in Italy, Hilborn died on 26 August 1918, of injuries received in a flying accident. (en)
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  • William Carrall Hilborn (en)
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