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Wilfred Green (RAF officer)

Captain Wilfrid Barratt Green (9 April 1898 – 13 September 1947) was an English World War I flying ace credited with seven aerial victories.

He was the second son of Thomas Seaman and Louisa Green of Burslem. His father was a grocer, baker, and provision dealer, who served as a member of the borough council, as a councillor for the East Ward, in 1906–1908. His older brother Thomas Seaman Green (1895–1917), served as a lieutenant in No. 3 Squadron RFC and was killed in action near Heilly, on 13 February 1917, aged 22.

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