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Remembered Today:

Capt.G.M.Lloyd - Army Educational Corps


davidbohl

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This esteemed gentleman was made honorary member of the club in 1912.

He was George Moss Lloyd M.A, b. 1875 over the water in New Ferry and a teacher at Boaler St School.

He served with R.Lancaster Regt and after the war joined the Educational Corps in 1920 which I believe was when  the corps was created.

Is there anything to be found about his time in the A.E.C please ?

Thanks

Dave

 

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According to 1922 British Army list man with that name was born 28/12/1874. Fits in with his baptism on 21 Feb 1875. The record is on fold3 and I do not have access.

So looks like still in during 1922. 

Looks like he died 1926 - 3Q - Birkenhead.

edit: Probate confirms DoD 25/9/1926. Probate to widow Annie. Address given is 20 Queens Road, Rock Ferry.

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Just found this on page z of a search, it's on google books "The Politics of Wounds: Military Patients and Medical Power in WW1"

Dave

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Also found a 1925 sailing record that indicates his last permanent residence was in China - profession "scholastic". Confusingly his wife is given as Nancy !!!. So suggests not still in Army and AEC then. Age is correct and he was married to Annie nee Clegg (1923)

Cannot find any relevant Gazette entry. Nor an officer's file ref - so may still be with MoD

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