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Capt Percy Barrett Jones 3rd Bn Middlesex regiment


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Capt Percy Barrett Jones 3rd Bn Middlesex Regiment Duke of Cambridge's Own. Killed in Action 28th September 1915 Aged 34 Son of John Edmund and Fanny Jones of 12 Prince of Wales Terrace Scarborough North Yorkshire served in the South African Campaign Remembered LOOS MEMORAIL any Information Please Regards Peter.

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1. Commissioned as Second Lieutenant in 3rd East Yorkshire Regt. (LG#27424, 11 April 1902).

3rd Battalion, the East Yorkshire Regiment,

Percy Barrett Jones, Gent., to be Second Lieutenant. Dated 21st February, 1902.

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2. Commissioned as Second Lieutenant in Line Battalion (LG#27519, 27 January 1903)

The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment),

Second Lieutenant Percy Barrett Jones, from 3rd Battalion the East Yorkshire Regiment, to be Second Lieutenant. Dated 28th January, 1903.

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3. Promotion to Lieutenant in Indian Army (LG#28019, 7 May 1907)

To Be Lieutenants,

Second Lieutenant Percy Barrett Jones, 77th Moplah Rifles, from the Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment). Dated 18th December, 1906, but to rank from the 28th April, 1905.

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4. (LG#28023, 21 May 1907)

The undermentioned Officers having been admitted to the Indian Army, and to rank from the dates specified against their names, are

granted the rank of Lieutenant from those dates, but without pay or allowances, viz.:—

Second Lieutenant Percy B. Jones (late The Prince of Wales's Own) (West Yorkshire Regiment). Dated 28th April, 1905.

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5. Promotion to Captain (LG#28555, 1 December 1911)

Lieutenants to be Captains.

Dated 23rd October, 1911.

Percy Barrett Jones, 5th Light Infantry.

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6. Transferred to Middlesex Regiment (LG#28658, 29 October 1912)

The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment),

Captain Percy B. Jones, from Indian Army, to be Captain, vice C. H. Jardine, who exchanges. Dated 6th September, 1912.

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Steve

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I have an Ypres Scroll to PB Jones. There is a good write up on him in De Ruvigney. Interesting to see his MIC.

Regards

Andrew

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4. (LG#28023, 21 May 1907)

The undermentioned Officers having been admitted to the Indian Army, and to rank from the dates specified against their names, are

granted the rank of Lieutenant from those dates, but without pay or allowances, viz.:—

Second Lieutenant Percy B. Jones (late The Prince of Wales's Own) (West Yorkshire Regiment). Dated 28th April, 1905.

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5. Promotion to Captain (LG#28555, 1 December 1911)

Lieutenants to be Captains.

Dated 23rd October, 1911.

Percy Barrett Jones, 5th Light Infantry.

Link is Here

6. Transferred to Middlesex Regiment (LG#28658, 29 October 1912)

The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment),

Captain Percy B. Jones, from Indian Army, to be Captain, vice C. H. Jardine, who exchanges. Dated 6th September, 1912.

Link is Here

Hope it helps.

Steve

Thanks Steve For all your help and Information Regards Peter.

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I have an Ypres Scroll to PB Jones. There is a good write up on him in De Ruvigney. Interesting to see his MIC.

Regards

Andrew

Thank you Andrew P.B.Jones Was a Freemason in the Albert Victor Lodge No 2328 The Masonic Hall St saviourgate York North Yorkshire. Regards Peter.

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