Lt George Angus Burns, Manchester Regt

1897 Jul 27 Born Cheltenham

1901 census at 1, Kenelworth Villa, Cheltenham

1911 census at 20 Fountayne Road, Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, London N

Merchant Tailors School and then Medical Student at St Thomas Hospital , London

1916 Jan 10. The Manchester Regiment. The undermentioned to be Second Lieutenants. George Angus Burns, from the Inns of Court Officers Training Corps

1917 Jul 10. The undermentioned officers are now seed, for duty with the Army Cyclist Corps. 2nd Lt. G. A. Burns (Manch. R., T.F.) to be temp. Lt.

1917 Jul 10. Manchester Regt.— 2nd Lt. G. A. Burns to be Lt., and to remain seconded.

1918 Jul 28. Transfers to RFC and to be Hon. Lt. G. A. Burns (Lt., Manch. R., T.F.),

1919 Jan 21. RAF . Relinquishes his commission on ceasing to be employed. Lt. G. A. Burns (Lt., Manch. R., T.F.),

1920 Aug 10. Joined ADRIC with service no. 180.

1920 Oct 1. Resigned from ADRIC

1952 Nov 18. Died Brechin. He left £14,000. He was a retired solicitor

 

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