Lt Arthur Harvey Daniel

1888 Nov 7. Born Kensington, London (illegitimate) . He is a brother of John Henry Daniel in ADRIC

1889 Jul/Sep His parents marry in Westminster Arthur William Harvey and Theresa Harvey. His father is director of a Brewery Company and an ex-Capt in Lancers

1891 census at Lansdowne House, Bath Road, Taplow (note mothers maiden name is Harvey)

1901 census at Sherbourne School as a boarder

1911 census. Neither boy is in it. Their mother is staying at Plymouth, Duke Of Cornwall Hotel

1915 Jul 25. Enlists in Australian Imp Force. He is a station manager. His wife is Edith Maud Daniel of 34 Victoria Parade, Manley. He had previously served in Somerset Yeomanry. His education is given as Sherbourne College, Oxford

1915 Oct 29 Commissioned 2nd Lt (in Commonwealth Gazette)

1916 Jan 7 Embarked as 2nd Lt with 12 reinforcements - 3rd battalion

1916 Apr 4. Disembarked in Marseilles

1916 Jul 24. Wounded in action. Evacuated back to UK with "slight shell shock"

1916 Sep 8. Promoted Lt.

1917 Apr 17 Posted to Perham Downs Camp

1918 Oct 12. Posted back to France

1919 Aug 22. Returned to Australia. There are letters on file from both his wife and from Aileen Corden enquiring about his return, but the file does not give any more.

1920 Aug 13 Joined ADRIC with service no. 233. Posted N Coy

1920 Aug 28. Promoted Platoon Commander

1920 Dec 27. Promoted DI1

1921 Jan 11. Promoted Company Commander N Coy

1921 Jan 31. Company Commander of N Coy at Barlow Terrace Raid

1921 Feb 9 Trim Looting incident

1921 Feb 13. Crozier's report was read out in parliament by Willie Redmond. I went to Trim barracks to investigate on the 13th. Previously to this I 'phoned up Captain Robinson, private secretary to Tudor, and told him what I proposed doing, and he said 'Right.' I went on Sunday, 13th, to Trim with my Adjutant. I arrived unexpectedly and immediately had all available men fallen in. I addressed them on parade, and told them a report had reached me that a disgraceful episode of looting had taken place on the 9th. That I would hold an inquiry forthwith. I went to the Company Orderly Room and examined every available person separately. During this inquiry the Company Commander, Major Daniel, was present and the 2nd in Command of the Company was also present. My Adjutant took notes and I did the examination. This inquiry lasted 3½ hours. As the evidence came out bit by bit, because there were five witnesses who were good, the Company Commander and 2nd in Command became astounded. A 200-lb. sack of sugar had been stolen. It had been carried off the tender by one man assisted by another and put into the canteen. Some 20 to 30 head of fowls had been taken and had been pooled for a dinner. Some jewellery had been taken, a picture, two rugs, brandy, whisky, grocery stores. Everybody except the five people who gave information stoutly denied that any looting had taken place at all. I came to the conclusion that the Company Commander was not responsible as he was absent on duty with the Divisional Commissioner.

1921 Feb 11 Leads a raid

1921 Feb 19. Posted to Depot

1921 Mar 25 to 5 Apr on Leave

1921 Mar 31 "DIG's memo" written on his register entry for this date

1921 Apr 2 Reverts to T/cadet

1921 Apr 15. Resigned from ADRIC at his own request.

1921 Apr/Jun Married to Zoe Elizabeth Gough in London. There seem to be 2 children - Edward b1921, William b1924, both in Uckfield

1921 Nov 25 "Medals to be forwarded to London"

1929 Aug 1. DOUGLAS KILLICK & CO., has been dissolved as from the 31st day of -August, 1928, so far as concerns the said Douglas Alliban, who retired from the said firm. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid respectively by the said Richard James Douglas Killick and Arthur Harvey Daniel, who will continue to carry on the said business in Partnership under the style or firm of Douglas Killick & Co.

1934 Jun 23. NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between Arthur Harvey Daniel and Richard James Douglas Killick. carrying on business as Auctioneers and Estate Agents, at High Street, Uckfield Sussex, under the style or firm of DOUGLAS KILLICK & CO., has been dissolved by mutual consent as arid from the 23rd day of June, 1934. All debts due to and owing the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Richard James Douglas Killick.

1941 Aug 16 Fined for breaking blackout regulations

1965 May 10. Dies in Somerset

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