John Thomas Cramer, Munster Fus

1892 Mar 6. Born Kinsale, Cork son of John Cramer and  Adelaide Innes L'Estrange (his father died in Sierra Leone in 1907) and was an army officer

1900 USA Census at Delford, Bergen, New Jersey, United States

1910 Nov 22 Registered Indenture for 3 years with Monarch Steamship Coy. Merchant Seaman with ticket no 54813

1914 Aug 15. The undermentioned to be Second Lieutenants (on probation). — John Thomas Cramer, 4th Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers

1915 Mar 17. The undermentioned Second Lieutenants to be temporary Lieutenants. John Thomas Cramer, 4th Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers

1915 Apr 6 Landed North Africa

1916 Sep 1. Sails from UK to Sierra Leone. Lieutenant J F Cramer

1917 Mar 17. The undermentioned Officers are seconded for temporary service with the West African Frontier Force:Second Lieutenant J. T. Cramer, 4th Battalion, The Royal Munster Fusiliers.

1917 Oct 11. 4th R. Muns. Fus. — The undermentioned Lts. to be Capts: — J. T. Cramer, and to remain seed,

1920 Dec 13 Joined ADRIC with service no 1233 Posted to M Coy

1922 Jan 20 Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1923 Nov 28 GENERAL LIST. Infantry.—Capt. J. T. Cramer, from Reg. Army Res. of Off.,R. Mun. Fus., to be Capt., with seniority 17th July 1920.

1939 Register Living at The Corner , Hemel Hempstead R.D., Hertfordshire with his mothr and sister. His profession is "Gardening"

1981 Died Somerset, England age 89.

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