Second Lieutenant Sydney Moss Feurer was an English airman of the Royal Air Force who died during the First World War.

He was born in 1891, at Edmonton, the son of Swiss-born journalist John and Marie Caroline Feurer (née Moss), of Liverpool. At the time of the 1911 census, Feurer was working as an insurance underwriters clerk while living with his family at 25 Warwick Road, Upper Clapton.

Feurer, a pilot in the 27th Squadron, died on 22 July 1918, along with observer Second Lieutenant Harold Steckley, when his Airco DH.9 bomber (serial D490) was shot down over the Western Front.[1] He had formerly been a private in the Royal Army Medical Corps before being commissioned into the Royal Berkshire Regiment.

He is buried in Vailly British Cemetery.


  1. Bower, Chaz (1972), The Flying Elephants: A History of No. 27 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, Royal Air Force, 1915-69, p. 78


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