Lt George Henry Muras MC, South Staffs


The numeric register transcribes this as Muras with "Munro" added . He has an MC and is in S Staffs. He is George Henry Muras

1888 Nov 10.. Born Wolverhampton, Staffordshire (RIC)

1891 census Living in Wolverhampton

1901 census living at Wolverhampton

1910 Jun 8. 6th Territorial Battalion, The South Staffordshire Regiment: George Henry Muras to be Second Lieutenant

1911 census at Normanhurst, Newbridge, 267 Tettenhall Rd, Wolverhampton

1914 Nov 24. The undermentioned Cadets and ex-Cadets of the Officers Training Corps to be temporary Second Lieutenants.

1916 Nov 14. MC Citation gazetted. Temp. 2nd Lt. George Henry Muras, S. Staff. R. For conspicuous gallantry in action. He dug a new line of trench, under very heavy fire, displaying great courage and determination. Later, although severely wounded, 'he remained on duty for three hours superintending his men

1917 Jan 6. Temp 2nd Lt. G. H. Muras, M.C , to be temp. Lt. S Staffs Reg.

1921 Mar 2. Joined ADRIC with service no 1786. Posted to P Coy

1921 May 7. Posted to Depot

1922 Jan 24. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 Feb 19. Gazetted out as Lt in S Staffs.

1939 Register at Crippelts House , Cheltenham R.D., Gloucestershire. He is a fur farm manager

1945 Oct/Dec Married in Cheltenham to Winifred Mary Moore

1946 Dec 19. Died Cheltenham