I need a photo of him. If you can help, please contact me.

British Aviator Killed
Knoxville Journal and Tribune,
Knoxville, Tennessee: June 30, 1913
Transcribed by Bob Davis - 3-29-07
"London, June 29. - An aviator named Wight was killed by a fall near Brighton this evening. His machine suddenly burst into flames and dropped to the ground. Wight was pinned beneath it.

Aviation Deaths - Fixed Wing Only
Assembled by Dave Lam
     You will find Robert Wight in this list of aviators who died from 1910 to 1914. You will probably want to use the "FIND" function on the Adobe Reader to locate his entry in the list. You can access the page by clicking on the title above.

     If you search for "Robert Wight" +aviation -surgeon -Civil -botanist, using the Google search engine, (12-4-07), you will find only one relevant link..
French Airman Malarte the Latest Victim of the Calling.
     You will find a very brief mention of his death in this list of 300 aviators who died in the early days of aviation. This is found in a newsclipping which is reproduced from the New York Times archives.
      You can access the site by clicking on the title above.

Robert Wight died in a crash on June 29, 1913..
If you have any information on this pioneer aviator
please contact me.
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