Henry Joseph Davey, Norfolk Regt

1893 Apr 15. Born Brighton, Sussex his father was working with Stage Flys

1901 census at 8, North Place, Brighton

1911 census. He is a lodger at 6 Boss's Gardens Brighton, and is a "greengrocer's errand boy", his father is also there and is a widower and a cabman

1915 Aug 11. 6th (Cyclist) Battalion, The Norfolk Regiment; Serjeant Henry Joseph Davey, from 6th (Cyclist) Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment, to be Second Lieutenant.

1916 Sep 19. Norfolk Regt. 2nd Lt. H. J. Davey is seconded for duty with the Machine Gun Corps.

1917 Mar 1. The undermentioned to be temp. Lts.: — 2nd Lt. H. J. Davey (Norf. R., T.F.).

1917 Jul 1. Norfolk Regt.— 2nd Lt. H. J. Davey to be Lt., next below Lt J. W. Doulton, and to remain seconded, M.G.C.

1917 Nov 30 Taken POW (while in MGC)

1919 Jan 1. Repatriated from POW

1920 Aug 24. Joined ADRIC with service no 249. Posted to D Coy

Fined £3 by Coy Commander

1921 Jul 28 to 12 Aug on Leave

1922 Jan 20 . Discharged at demobilisation of ADRIC

1939 Register living with wife Edith. He is a "Furnitures Manager Motor". At 19 Shanklin Road , Brighton C.B., Sussex

1967 Apr/Jun died Brighton, Sussex

Auxiliary Division RIC