Archibald Frederick Bone, QSA, Indian Army


1882 May 31. Born London, England

1891 census at 1, Falkland Road, Dorking

1901 In Boer War Private 10193 in 56 Company (Buckinghamshire) 15 battalion Imperial Yeomanry. The Queen's South Africa (QSA) Medal Clasps: Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901

1902 May 17. The Princess of Wales's Own ( Yorkshire Regiment}, Second Lieutenant Archibald Frederick Bone, from 4th Battalion, to be Second Lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant M. M. H. Nevile, promoted into the Northumberland Fusiliers.

1903 Jan 30. Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment), Second Lieutenant A. F. Bone is seconded for service with the Indian Army.

1903 Dec 1. Second Lieutenant Archibald Frederick Bone, 76th Punjabis, from the Yorkshire Regiment. Dated 1st December, 1903, but to rank from 17th May, 1902

1904 Aug 17. 2nd Lt to be Lt. Archibald Frederick Bone, 76th Punjabis.

1911 Mar 11. Promoted Captain in Indian Army

1911 census at 10 Alma Terrace Allen St W. He was a Captain 76th Punjabis Indian Army

1912 Jan 1. Indian Army List. Archibald Frederick Bone

1916 Mar 18. The KING has approved the transfer of the undermentioned Officers of the Indian Army to the temporary Half-pay List: — Captain Archibald Frederick Bone.

1920 Aug 27 Joined ADRIC with service no. 392

1920 Nov 10 Resigned at his own request.

1921 Mar 18. The KING has approved the retirement of the following officers: — INDIAN ARMY. In consequence of ill-health— Capt. A. F. Bone.

1929 Sep 19. Died Totnes Devon aged 47

1930 His widow is in a mental hospital Eligibility of widow of Captain A.F. Bone Royal for Warrant pension while an inmate of mental hospital. IOR/L/MIL/7/4396  1929-1930