Cecil Bernard Farey, MC & R Humane Soc Medal, Coldstream Guards

He claimed a RHS medal on his enlistment to ADRIC. Although I cannot find it, it does deem likely that he got it

1891 Jun 27. Born Birmingham

1901 census at 36 Reservoir Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham

1906. Application Form for Cecil Bernard Farey as a Church Student at St Wilfrid's College, Cotton, [Staffordshire]; includes a Certificate of Baptism and a letter from his father.

1911 census

1916 Apr 17. Commissioned 2nd Lt. Coldstream Guards —Cecil Bernard Farey.

1917 Oct 10. C. Gds.—The undermentioned to be Lts. or in the case of those holding that rank, to be antedated as stated and in the order of precedence as now given: — C B Farey

1920 Jan 17. The undermentioned Lts., late Spec. Res., to be Lts. 8th Nov. 1921: — Cecil Bernard Farey, M.C., with seniority 17th Jan. 1920.

1920 Apr 1. Relinquishes his commission.

1921 Apr 5. Married Dorothy Mary Vassalli at Edgbaston.

1921 Apr 14 Joined ADRIC with service no 1887. Posted to R Coy

Fined £1 by Coy Commander

1922 Jan 16. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1931 He was a paid election agent of Edward Algernon Fitzroy

1945 Nov 8. ROYAL ARTILLERY. War Subs. Capt. C. B. FAREY, M.C. (61069) having exceeded the age limit, relinquishes his commn., and is granted the hon. rank of Maj

1949 Still working as a Conservative Election Agent

1954 Oct. Daughters wedding

1967 Oct/Dec Died Cheltenham, Glocs age 76.




WO 372/7/15580