I suspected a Canadian would get this one! Right on Jessie! Over to you-- but first, some more Barker trivia-- Barker is an interesting character, and the most decorated Canadian in the History of warfare to boot. (And one of three Commonwealth pilots to be the most decorated WWI flyers, the other two being McCudden and Mannock). There is a new book out on him--- Barker, VC, which I understand is a pretty good read. He did something no other commonwealth pilot was allowed to do-- he was quite a hunter and marksman (out of necessity) in his youth, so he marked his kills by painting white "notches" on the forward outboard interplane strut of B6313-- likely the first WWI pilot to do so, and it was highly frowned upon by the RFC and RAF of WWI. He also stole the radiator cap ornament of an Italian car (misappropriated) for his right hand gun that he used as a sighting aid-- it was a little red devil, and he removed it and placed it on his Snipe when he went back to France in October 1918. After serving 10 months in Italy, where he gained most of his "kills", he was sent back to England, and allowed a 10 day "trip" to France where he earned his V.C. One other fact-- he was awarded the V.C. In 1919 for his action in October 1918, and not earlier because he was so badly wounded he couldn't walk the few feet for the ceremony. And after earning the V.C., he received a bill from the Air Ministry for the Chronometer he took from B6313-- that's gratitude for you! Darn pencil pushers! Even after he left 28 Squadron, he took his beloved B6313 with him, although his new command flew The F2B. B6313 went through five paint jobs:
1) Bare metal cowl, white wheel covers & cone de' penetration, white square with "1c" in three positions
2) Black cowl, black wheel covers, "N" Squadron symbol
3) Drab or Black cowl, alternating black & white fuselage stripe in a narrow band around fuselage, red heart with arrow leaning rearward on the tail
4) Black cowl, wide Black & White band, medium green tail with the heart motif leaning forward.
5) Bare metal cowl, wide black & white fuselage band, green tail with red hart/arrow leaning forward. (This aircraft was significantly modified, whith most of the upper wing fabric cut away over the cockpit, and four cooling holes cut in the cowl.
Here's an article on my two (fittingly Canadian) Hobbycraft Camels made to look like Barkers first and last markings for his beloved B6313: https://www.largescaleplanes.com/articles/article.php?aid=3147