1900 Jul 25. Born Norfolk
1901 census at Norfolk
1911 census at 77 Elm Grove, Southsea
RAF Service Record as Terence William Goodricke Cattell
1919 Jan 18 Commission on discharge The undermentioned Overseas Cadets are granted temp, commissions as 2nd Lts , with effect from 15th Feb. 1919, and relinquish such commissions, with permission to retain the rank, from the day following demobilisation
1921 Feb 17 Joined ADRIC with service no 1712 Posted to O Coy on 13 Mar 1921
1921 Apr 14. Posted to H Coy
1922 Jan. Appears to still be serving at demobilisation of ADRIC
1924 Apr 10. Pilot Officer on probation Terence William Goodricke CATTELL is confirmed in rank.
1927 Jun 3. The undermentioned are "transferred from Class A to Class C :— Flying Officer Terence William Goodricke CATTELL.
1927 Jun 3. Leaves UK for Penang . He is a Rubber Planter.
1933 Nov 25. The Times; The marriage is announced to take place at Penang on January 27, 1934, between Terence W. Charles E. Goodricke Cattrell, of Gordon (Malaya) Rubber Estates, Limited, eldest son of Colonel H. G. Cattell, late R.A.M.C. India, and Mrs Cattell, New Milton, and Kathleen Mathilde, only child of Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, of Shanghai, and Cobham, Surrey.
Granny Kath was born and raised in England. She married an Englishman by the name of Terence Cattell. Terence Cattell was the manager of a tea plantation in Malaya. He was home visiting family when they met. He had contracted malaria while in Malaya so he may have been home recovering. They fell in love and went back to Malaya where they got married. Unfortunately he contracted malaria again and passed away. My grandmother was pregnant with my father at the time. She returned to England and my father was born there. My father is an only child.
1935 Jul 5 Died in Malaya
1935 Jul 24 Ashes buried Grayshott, Surrey