G Lamb

No information to get anywhere with no regiment nor age and only one initial. I cannot get him in RIC register which is odd


1921 Feb 25 Joined ADRIC with service no 1806, and was posted to Depot. Joined in Ireland

1921 Mar 5 Posted to F Coy. Odd entry in that it is out of sequence with the one above. It looks as if he joined 8 Feb and was posted to F Coy, but the move was put on hold as he had "no papers"

1921 Apr 21. On a raid at Circular Rd

1921 Apr 30 Posted to Depot Coy (both registers agree)

1921 May 7 .Posted to R Coy (both registers agree)

Fined £1 by Adjutant

1921 May 14 Posted to Depot Coy (both registers agree)

1921 May 18 Fined £1 by Coy Commander

1921 May 28 Posted to I Coy (both registers agree)

Fines of £1, £2 and 10/-

1922 Jan 17. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1923 Aug 29 Civil conviction gets him removed from Officers Reserve. 55th (Wessex) Bde.—2nd Lt. G. Lamb is removed from the T.A., His Majesty having no further occasion for his services, in consequence of his having been convicted by the Civil Power. I cannot get a reference to the crime.




1899 Oct 17 Born Long Ditton Surrey. Son of Ernest and Eveline. His father was a middle class Stock Jobber. Parents married in 1896. Birth as" Jeoffrey" and an Ancestry tree says he usually went by "Lambton" (perhaps because of his conviction"


1939 Register at 1 Stanley Cottages Stanley Park Road , Carshalton U.D., Surrey, with wife Madge. He was "of private means"


1970 Dec Died at Ealing