Lt John Cyril Lewis Jennings MC, RFA

1888 Born Australia.(RIC records)

I have not been able to find anything of his life in Australia

1915 Jun 1. Landed in France

1917 Nov 11. Commissioned 2nd Lt

1919 May 12. The undermentioned 2nd Lts. to be Lts.: J. C. L.. Jennings, M.C.

1919 Jun 3. MC Gazetted. 2nd/Lt. John Cyril Lewis Jennings, R.F.A., Spec. Res., attd. A. Bty., 67th Bde., R.F.A.

1920 Apr 1. Royal Field Artillery. The undermentioned Lts. resign their commns. J. C. L. Jennings, M.C.

1920 Jul 27. Joined ADRIC with service no 3. It then just gives "resigned" with no details of when, or where he was posted

1920 Dec 23. Andrew Moynihan was a 43 year old married farmer. He was arrested by Auxiliaries in Kerry when incriminating documents were found in his house. He was put in the back of a Crossley in the charge of Section Leader C Sutton . Along the way back to Tralee. Moynihan was "shot trying to escape" . A "T/Cadet J H Jennings" was involved which should be this man. The only other Jennings in ADRIC, CF Jennings, did not serve in H Coy.

1923 Jul/Sep. A John C Jennings married a Margaret W Reid in West Ham. Her middle name may be Webster, which may explain the entry on the passenger list of 1932.

1924 Jul 23 The J C L Jennings is probably him - the name is fairly rare.

1932 Nov 13. John Cyril Jennings (age 40) and Margaret Webster Jennings (age 34) arrive in UK on SS Cap Arcona from Lisbon. He is a Chemist and UK address is 3 Dulwich Wood Park, SE19. They live in UK and travel 1st Class. Again I have no idea if this is him or not.

1968 John C L Jennings died 1968 aged 79 in Thurrock, Essex, born 1889