1893 Nov 4. born Kilkenny, Ireland
1901 census at 13, Lower Sherrard St. Rotunda, Dublin
1911 census at 8 St. Teresa's Place, Glasnevin, Dublin
1915 Apr 20, Married in Dublin to Dorothy Olive Frizzelle Coates.
1915 Apr 2. Enlisted as Private in Leinster Regt
1915 Dec 17 Landed in France
1917 Aug 1. The undermentioned cadets to be temp. 2nd Lts. (attd.). 1 Aug. 1917 Local Reserve. R. Innis. Fus. — George Cary Burdge.
1919 Feb 1. R. Innis Fus. The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts. to be temp. Lts. : — G. C. Burdge (9th Bn.).
1919 Feb 15. MC Gazetted to T.2nd Lt. George Cary Burdge, M.M., 9th Bn., R. Innis. Fus
1919 Oct 14. R Innis Fus. Lt. G. C. Burdge, M.C., relinquishes his commission on completion of service, 14 Oct. 1919, and retains the rank of Lt.
1920 Joined ADRIC with service no 831. Posted to C Coy
1922 Jan 14 Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1922 Feb 26. 6 months gaol for neglecting his family George Carey Burdge also known as Doroghty Burdge was a prisoner at Mountjoy Prison, Dublin for neglect of his child. His address was given as 22 Delancey St Regents Park N W I
1922 Sep 1. The undermentioned relinquish the rank of Lt.: — On enlistment in the ranks: — Lt. G. C. Burdge, M.C., M.M., late Serv. Bns., Inniskilling Fus., 'on enlistment in the R.A.F. as AC2
1927 Apr 8. A Maintenance dispute with his wife.
1928 Mar 12. Undefended divorce Divorce Court File: 6709. Appellant: Dorothy Olive Frizzelle Burdge. Respondent: George Cary Burdge. Type: Wife's petition for divorce
1928 Sep 4. Transfers to RAF reserves
1928 Nov 3. Married in London to Violet Lucy Hawke. There were 2 children by second marriage, and one by first
1930 Mar 15. G. C. Burdge, M.C., M.M. (late temp. Lt., Inniskilling Fus.), is granted the rank of Lt., on discharge from the ranks, R.A.F. Res.
1931 May 16. Post Office: Male Sorters, London, George Carey Burdge
1933 Electoral Roll at Lambeth London, living in Peabody Buildings. Not a salubrious address. With his wife Violet
1939 Registry A postal sorter, living with wife Violet at 26 Baldry Gardens , Wandsworth,
1940 Jul 29. The Queen's R. The undermentioned to be Lts.: — Lt. George Carey BURDGE, M.C., M.M. (142008)
1956 Apr/Jun Died London aged 62