Lt Edgar Fleming, Durham L.I

1895 May 19 Born West Hartlepool

1901 census with family at Welldeck St, West Hartlepool, Durham

1911 census living at the Retreat, Railway Approach, , Gravesend, Kent

1915 Mar 19 Landed in France with 14th London R

1916 Nov 21. Commissioned in 20th DLI

1918 May 22. Durham. L.I. Temp. 2nd Lt. E. Fleming to be temp. Lt.

1919 Nov 7. Durham L I . Temp. Lt. E. Fleming relinquishes his commission on completion of service and retains the rank of Lt.

1920 MIC gives his address as Alma Rd, West Malling, Kent.

1920 Aug 20. Joined ADRIC no 339. Posted C Coy

1920 Sep 26.Promoted Section Leader

1920 Oct 3. Platoon Commander. 3rd class District Inspector.

1920 Nov 28. Kilmichael Ambush. He drew the map of the ambush site the next day

1921 Jan 3. Shot a man at Derryfineen. His death is in Irish GRO. The ADRIC patrol was under the command of DI3 E Fleming, and included T/C HW Owen and T/C ER Wilson

1921 Apr 19. Was on a raid when DI Hulse was Accidently shot by T/C GF Ring . He then became temp 2nd in command C Coy when Hulse went to hospital

1921 Apr 23. Temp 2nd in Command

1921 May 5 On raids in Dublin

1921 May 26 On raids with F Coy

1921 May 28. Promoted 2nd in Command

1921 Aug 27 to 26 Sep on Leave

1922 Jan 18 One of the 6 men who signed the Dispersal Terms on behalf of the ADRIC men

1922 Jan 19 Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1928 Sep 7. Civil Service appointments. Home Office: Assistant Immigration Officer, Edgar Fleming.

1929 Jun 3. Married in Dovercourt, Essex, to Frances Phyllis Ashton (1905–2007)

1939 Register He is a Civil Servant, living with his wife Frances P at 20 Montague Place , Leeds C.B., Yorkshire (West Riding)

1943 In trouble for forgery and fraud

1981 Oct 28 Died Rustington, Worthing, Sussex

Kilmichael Ambush