Lt Percival Weller MM

1892 Jan 19. Cranbrook, Kent

1901 census at Sandhurst, Cranbrook, Kent

1911 census at The Olives Wadhurst Sussex

1916 Married to Edith May Trotman

1917 Jan 6. His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to approve of the award of the Military Medal for bravery in the Field to the under mentioned Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Men: 2131, Sjt. P Weller, Royal West Kent Regiment

1917 Nov 1. Commissioned 2nd Lt

1919 May 1. Promoted Lt.

1919 Sep 13. Temp. Lt. P. Weller relinquishes his commission on completion of service, and retains the rank of Lt

1920 Nov 29 Joined ADRIC with service no 1152. Posted to K Coy

1920 Dec 11. His movements on the night of the Burning of Cork

1921 Mar 4. . Promoted Section Leader and i/c Transport R Coy

1921 Mar 26 Posted to Depot

1921 Apr 4. Posted to R Coy (dates do not tie up, he is given as i/c transport from his promotion to S/L with K Coy - I feel this is due to the vagaries of the K Coy winding down, he was actually in R Coy from 4 Mar when his promotion and the Roll entry run from)

1922 Jan 14 Posted to Depot

1922 Jan 25. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1939 Register Living at Dunks Lodge Lamberhurst Quarter Lamberhurst Quarter , Tonbridge as a Chaufeur/Gardener. With wife Edith M

1944 Dec 15. Military MBE gazetted. Home Guard. He is a Captain in 23rd Battalion Kent Home Guard

1947 Jun 5. TA Reserves, Kent, relinquishes his commission. -— 2nd Lt. P. WELLER, M.B.E., M.M.

1960 Feb 17 Leaves UK for Australia. He is an Estate Manager

1960 Nov. Arrives in UK from Australia. He is a widowed estate manager. He seems to have just been away on holiday as he was living in UK before and after his voyage. However no record of his death in UK