1893 Nov 16 Born Wolverhampton
1901 Census at 61, Guthrie Street, Aston Manor
1911 census at 103 Ladywood Road Ladywood Birmingham
1915 Mar 25 Landed in France
1916 Nov 10 MM Gazetted. 1349 Actg. Sjt. D. L. A. Paine, R. War. R..
1917 Jun 27. The undermentioned cadets to be temp. 2nd Lts. (attd.). Dennis Lello Adkins Paine
1917 Nov 11. Temp. 2nd Lt. D. L. A. Paine, R. War. Regt., to be actg. Capt. whilst comdg. a Co
1917 Jul/Sep Married in Kings Norton, Worcs to Eleanor M Parr
1917 Jul 27. Citation for MC Gazetted. T./2nd Lt. Dennis Lello Adkins Paine, M.M., R. War. R. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his company were subjected for three days to determined attacks of the enemy, who attempted to gain a footing on a ridge, he organised and led bombing parties on four separate occasions to eject the enemy from the trenches in which he was advancing, and upon each occasion was successful. His courage was of a very high standard, and was a fine example to his command
1918 Sep 25. 7th Bn., Royal Warwickshire Regt.—2nd Lt. (actg. Capt.) D. L. A. Paine, M.C., relinquishes actg. rank of Capt. on vacating the appt. of actg. Adjt.
1919 Jan 25. Temp. 2nd Lt. D. L. A. Paine, M.C., M.M., relinquishes his commission on completion of service, and is granted the rank of Capt
1920 Oct 25. Joined ADRIC with service no 856. Posted to J Coy
1920 Dec Attended the funeral of HO Pearson, (together with A W Burton) one of the Kilmichael victims
1921 Oct 24. .Permitted to resign on compassionate grounds
1939 Registry Living at 3 Eldon Road , Birmingham with wife Eleanor. He is a Silversmiths Department Manager
1979 Nov/Jun Died Birmingham