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Kansas City and his first wife and one child in New York City. Was considered a very competent pilot and had quieted down and was obeying orders, being a very active pilot during the short time he was flying. 

Ralph Johnstone was a happy-go-lucky sort of fellow - didn't care for fancy dress and during 1910 he, Brookins and Hoxsey flew a circuit that made their names famous everywhere. His name appears on the Wright Memorial Plaque near Dayton, Ohio, along with the others who learned to fly on those historic grounds.
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