Midlands Aviation Meeting
Wolverhampton, UK, June 27th - July 2nd, 1910
1
Cody
Pilot: Samuel F. Cody
Engine: 50-60 hp Green D.4
Did not participate

2
Farman
Pilot: George Cockburn
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
A venerable machine: Farman construction number 2, with Gnôme engine number 8! (1)
3
Humber
Pilot: N. F. Holder
Engine: 25 hp Humber 3-cyl.
Did not participate, couldn't qualify for his licence in time.

4
Farman
Pilot: Claude Grahame-White
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
(1)

5
Humber
Pilot: George A. Barnes
Engine: 30 hp Humber 3-cyl.
(1)
6
Humber
Pilot: G. Frances (?)
Engine: 25 hp Anzani 3-cyl.
Did not participate. Pilot unknown - the name was spelled "Frances" in the meeting program, but "Francis" was also seen.
7
Humber
Pilot: G. Frances (?)
Engine: 30 hp JAP
Did not participate.

8
Wright
Pilot: Charles S. Rolls
Engine: 50 hp Wright I-4
(2)
9
A.V. Roe triplane
Pilot: Alliott V. Roe
Engine: 9 hp Roe
Did not participate.

10
Blériot XI
Pilot: Lionel Mander
Engine: Anzani?
Entered a Gnôme-engined Farman according to the program, but #10 was a Blériot. Could not qualify for his license in time and did not participate. (3)

11
Farman
Pilot: Alfred Rawlinson
Engine: 60 hp ENV V-8
Darracq-engined according to the program, but the photo clearly shows an ENV. (4)
12
Farman
Pilot: Alfred Rawlinson
Engine: 50 hp Darracq O-4
Did not participate.

Photo wanted!
13
Blériot XI
Pilot: Graham Gilmour
Engine: 30-40 hp JAP
According to the meeting program, Gilmour's machine was number 13, but photos show it with 51 or possibly 57 - see below!
14
Lane monoplane
Pilot: Charles Lane
Engine: 25 hp Anzani 3-cyl.
Did not participate, crashed on June 25th.

Photo wanted!
15
Sommer
Pilot: Launcelot Gibbs
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
Gibbs entered one Sommer and one Farman, but crashed the Sommer early in the meeting and made mostly used the Farman.

15A
Farman
Pilot: Launcelot Gibbs
Engine: 50 hp Gnôme 7-cyl.
(5)

16
Blériot XI
Pilot: James Radley
Engine: 30-40 hp JAP
(6)

Photo wanted!
17
Macfie "Empress" biplane
Pilot: James Radley
Engine: 35 hp JAP V-8
Only made one or two flights.
18
Blériot XI
Pilot: William D. McArdle
Engine: 25-30 hp Anzani 3-cyl.
Did not participate.

19
Short S.27
Pilot: Cecil Grace
Engine: 60 hp ENV V-8
(7)

20
Short S.4
Pilot: Alec Ogilvie
Engine: 30 hp NEC I-4
A licence-built Wright. (5)
21
Star monoplane
Pilot: Granville Bradshaw
Engine: 40 hp Star I-4
Did not participate, couldn't qualify for his licence in time.

22
Harthill monoplane
Pilot: J. Harthill
Engine: 20 hp Alveston O-2
The machine was at the meeting, but did not participate. The intended pilot was the son of builder A.E. Hartill. (4)
23
Maxfield biplane
Pilot: Alfred P. Maxfield
Engine: 25-30 Maxfield
Did not participate.

24
Avis monoplane
Pilot: Alan Boyle
Engine: 25 hp Anzani 3-cyl.
Participated, but was not mentioned in the official program. (4)

51?
Blériot XI
Pilot: Graham Gilmour
Engine: 30-40 hp JAP
According to the meeting program, Gilmour's machine was number 13, but photos show it with number 51 or possibly 57. (1)