Arthur Henry Taylor, born on the 8th of March 1890. Arthur started his schooling at Tincleton, where he was one of twenty pupils. The Headmistress lived on the premises. Arthur showed early promise and was taken under the wing of a clergyman who furthered his education. Accepted by Cambridge University, from there he entered the army and rose to the rank of Captain, receiving the MC and MBE. His death in Jerusalem on the 30th of November 1929 was the result of a tragic accident. It seems he had worked with Lawrence of Arabia and introduced Helen to him at Tyneham
1890 Mar 8 (Ancestry Tree) . Born Tincleton, Dorset On RIC Roll.
1891 census at Stinsford, Dorchester, Dorset
1901 census at Tincleton, Dorset
1911 census He is a servant at Sherbourne School.
5 Oct 1918 RAF Commission as 2nd Lt
1919 Mar 8. MC Gazetted
1920 Oct 20. Joined ADRIC with service no 794. Posted to G Coy
1920 Dec 17 wounded . Admitted Mil Hospital Limerick
1921 Feb 1. Promoted Platoon Commander
1921 Nov 19. Assumed temporary command of G Coy. Never actually made a DI1
1922 Jan 19. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1922 Joined the British Gendarmerie section of the Palestine Police as a Constable
1928 Nov 30. Died Jerusalem. Reportedly as a result of an accident