Capt Richard England MC, Suffolk Regt.

1892 Dec 22.Born Walsingham, Norfolk. His father is a "gentleman farmer"

1901 census at Egmere Road, Little Walsingham, Norfolk

1911 census at

1914 Sep 22. Commissioned 2nd Lt . 9th Battalion, Suffolk Regt

1915 May 17. 9th Battalion Suffolk Regt. temp. 2nd Lieutenants to be temporary Lieutenants : — Richard England

1915 Aug Lands in France

1916 Jun 3. MC Gazetted

1916 Jul 15. Suff. R. Temp. Lt. R. England to be temp. Capt. whilst comdg. a Co.

1918 Mar 22. Taken POW

1918 Dec 18. Repatriated from POW camp.

1919 Nov 21. Demobbed

1921 Jan 23. Joined ADRIC with service no 1589. Posted to Depot

1921 Jan 27. Posted to O Coy.

1921 Feb 13. Posted to N Coy. This seems to be as a consequence of Crozier suspending around 30 men of N Coy following the Trim looting incident

1921 Jun 7. Promoted Section Leader for Coy Transport

1922 Jan 14 Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1939 Register. Living with wife Margaret at 104 Gorleston Road , Lowestoft M.B., Suffolk. He is an Inspector Telecommunication System at P G Engineering

1973 Jan/Mar. Died Yarmouth, Norfolk