William Lewis Prosser, SWB

1886 Jul 4. born North London

1891 census at 34 Horsell Rd, Islington

1901 census he is a schoolboy at at London Orphan Asylum

1907 Jan 12. Married Lucie Ellen Sinner in London. They had 3 children born 1908, 1911 and 1922.

1911 census. I cannot find the family. He worked as a clerk for the Pre Vodnic rubber company (they lived in Riga around 1909-1910 and the Exide Battery Co

1918 Jan 30. The undermentioned cadets to be temp. 2nd Lts. (attd.) :S. Wales Bord. William Lewis Prosser

1918 Jan 30, The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts. (attd.), unless otherwise stated, are transferred to Serv. Bns., with seniority as .shown against their names: —W. L. Prosser (from S. Wales Bord.).

1918 Sep 4. The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts. to be temp. 2nd Lts. W. L. Prosser, from a Serv. Bn., Shrops. L.I. 4 Sept. 1918, with seniority 30 Jan. 1918.

1919 Jul 30 Labour Corps. The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts. to be temp. Lts.: W L Prosser.

1920 Apr 1. Temp Lt. W. L. Prosser, Lab. Corps, from 1st to 30th Apr. 1920. Empld. under Directorate of Graves Registration,& Enquiries (Cl. II.).—

1920 May 22. Labour Corps. Lt. W. L. Prosser relinquishes his commission on completion of service, and retains the rank of Lt.

1920 Sep 21. Joined ADRIC with service no 604. Posted to F Coy. Could be a form 3 transfer as he is well out of sequence in the register

1921 Aug 23 to Sep 9. In Stevens Hospital

1921 Sep 10 to Oct 1. Medical Leave

1921 Dec 30 to 12 Jan 1922 on Leave

1922 Jan 17. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1939 Register He is a married Army Officer living at Deans Farm , Market Bosworth R.D., Leicestershire

1939 Aug 28 The undermentioned, from Army Officers Emergency Reserve, to be 2nd Lts.:— William Lewis Prosser (98306).

1941 Oct 31 Died in Delhi, India. Age 55 Capt. Son of William Lewis Prosser, and of Clara Prosser (nee Deakins); husband of Lucie Ellen Prosser, of Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire. CWGC. He was adjutant at the 24th prisoners of war camp, Bombay, India during WW2 where he died of a heart attack.

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