Like most of the late entrants, there is very little information on them.
This man is probably Irish from where he joined ADRIC, which leads to T E Lyons in R Irish Rifles (whom WO338 gives was attached to Royal Fusiliers). This gives his MIC above, that shows an Irish address in 1920
1895 Feb 22. Born Clones
1901 census at Clonoony, Drummully, Monaghan. As on MIC
1910 Oct 24. Arrives New York. Has the Clones address. He is a shop assistant. Travels with sister Lucy
1911 census He is not with his parents.
1917 Feb Landed in France
1918 Sep 25. Commissioned 2nd Lt in R Irish Rifles
1920 Mar 26. Promoted Lt
1921 Jul 11. Accepted in Ireland. Joined ADRIC with service no 2112. Posted to Depot
1921 Sep 3. Posted to J Coy
1922 Jan . Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1934 Acquitted on drink driving
1937 Aug 13. Gaol for maintainence arrears
1939 Nov 18. WW2 The undermentioned relinquish their rank on enlistment into the ranks of the Army - Lt. T. E. Lyons (146809) (late R. Ir. Rif.).
1950 Jun 1. Died in Harrogate. Ironic that they were still married.