Lt Richard Milward

1890 Apr 20. East Bridgford, Bingham, Notts

1891 census at East Bridgford, East Bridgford

1901 census at 1, Lansdown Crescent, Cheltenham

1908 He was at Cheltenham College.

Pre war Rubber Planter on RIC enlistment

1915 Sep 2. Landed in France

1915 Oct 25 Presumed commission

1916 Feb 16 Captured POW

1916 Apr 25 . Confirmed in rank of 2nd Lt. Notts. & Derby. R. Richard Milward (since killed in action). [This was later corrected in a further Gazette entry when he was found to be a POW]

1918 Apr 19. Interned in Holland

1918 Oct 23. Repatriated:

1919 May 23 Leaves UK for Colombo, Ceylon. He is a planter

1919 Nov 12. Arrives in UK from Colombo. He is a planter

1920 Sep 7 Joined ADRIC with service no 506. Posted to K Coy

1920 Dec 15 . Gave evidence at a military court of inquiry into the circumstances of the murder of Canon Magner . Milward described Hart as "clean off his head" , "as mad as a hatter" and on the verge of dirlirium tremens" Milward is named in the Cork Constitution article, but not the Times. He was in the same tender as Hart on the day of the murder

1921 Mar 19. Posted to F Coy

Posted to H Coy

1921 Jul 15 to 31 Jul on Leave

1921 Aug 12 to 27 Aug on Leave

1921 Nov 12 to 25 Nov on Leave

1921 Dec 16 to 24 on Leave without pay

1922 Jan 11 Admitted Bridewell Asylum

1922 Jan 19. Discharged at demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 Apr/Jun Married in Staines to Hannah Taylor

1923 Nov 2. Richard and Hannah Milward of 377 High Rd, Chiswick (same on MIC) leave to settle in Canada

1939 Register Living with wife Hannah at 11 Devas Road , Wimbledon M.B., Surrey, He is an Educational Agent's Rep

1972 Jul/Sep. Died in Sutton Surrey aged 82 (correct dob)

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