Lt Alfred Louis Douglas Linton QSA DCLI

1879 Mar 5. Born Bath, Somerset (He seems to have taken 10 years off his real age to join ADRIC)

1881 census at 6, Thomas St, Bath Walcot

1891 census at 18, Thomas Street, Bath

1901 census. Not in Census. South Africa

The Queen's South Africa (QSA) Medal Clasps: Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 Rolls 42 Royal Engineers Company, Rank: Sapper, Number: 8338

1911 census at 61 Irving Road Bournemouth

1914 Dec 22 Landed in France

1915 Dec 5. To be 2nd Lt The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Corporal A. L. Linton, from Wessex Royal Engineers, Territorial Force

1916 Jan/Mar Married in Hampshire to Gladys Christine Le Sueur

1917 Jul 1 . Promoted Lt

1917 Aug 24. Labour Corps Lt . A. L. Linton, from D. of Corn. L.I.

1920 Aug 27. Joined ADRIC with service no 403. Posted to D Coy.

1921 Jun 18 to 3 Jul on Leave

1921 Aug 6 to 20 Aug on Leave

1921 Sep 17 to 1 Oct on Leave

1922 Jan 20. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1954 Oct/Dec Died Stepney, London aged 74.

1983 Oct 16. His Widow Gladys Christine died Vancouver, Canada

 

ADRIC

WO 339/51495