2nd Lt Harold Monkley Bygott , Leicester Regt

1883 Jan 2. Born Fallowfield, Manchester

1891 census living in Fulham, London

1901 census living at 61 Perrymead, Fulham, London

1911 census living at 75 Elborough St, Southfields S W (as later on his MIC)

Enlists 1/1 London Yeomanry

1915 Apr 28. Lands in France

1918 Jun 15 Commissioned 2nd Lt in Leicester Regt. Corpl. Harold Monkley Bygott, from T.F.

1920 Jul 27 Joined ADRIC with service number 6. Allocated to Depot Company

1921 On electoral roll living at 75 Elborough St, Southfields S W

1921 Jan 19. Became a permanent Cadet

1922 On electoral roll living at 75 Elborough St, Southfields S W

1922 Jan 10. Relinquishes his commission and retains the rank of 2nd Lt.

1922 Apr 12. Pensioned from RIC

1923 May 9. Emigrates to Australia, and appears on Electoral Rolls in 1925, 1926, 1927. But appears to have then returned to UK

1936 On electoral roll living at 254 Gloucester Terrace, Westminster

1937 On electoral roll living at 254 Gloucester Terrace, Westminster

1940 Jun 17. Auxiliary Pioneer Corps to be Lt, 2nd Lt. Harold Monkley Bygott (135172)

1946 Jan 25. Died Hammersmith, Age 63. Son of Walter and Rosina Amelia Bygott. CWGC grave

 

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