2nd Lt. Aubrey Ernest Wieland

1892 Mar 18. Born Islington, London

1901 census in London

1911 census in North London

1917 Jan/Mar . Marriage to ANNIE E DEAL in London

1919 Mar 3. Commissioned on discharge under AO42 (in WO338)   Army Order 42 of 1919 states as follows: Whereas We deem it expedient to regulate further the future grant of commissions to officer cadets during the period of the present war, Our Will and Pleasure is that such cadets as, on or after January 1, 1919, have completed a satisfactory course of training, may be granted Special Reserve, Territorial Force, or temporary commissions, but that they shall not be entitled to any outfit allowance, gratuity, pay or any other emoluments as officers in respect of the grant of such commissions.  On leaving the Army, or on being demobilised, they shall receive such gratuities as they would be eligible for as warrant officers, non-commissioned officers and men had they not been granted a commission.

1920 Aug 20. Joined ADRIC with service no 289. Posted to C Coy

1921 Apr 8 to 23 Apr. In Stevens Hospital, Dublin

Fined £2 by Coy Commander

1921 Sep 10 to 2 Oct on Leave

1922 Jan 13. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 Feb 8. Gazetted out of Army as 2nd Lt A Wieland, Middlesex Regt

1939 Register Living with wife Annie at 39 Outram Road , Wood Green M.B., Middlesex, He is a Transport and Service Manager Household and Electrical Appliances

1959 Jan 1. Died Wood Green, Middlesex age 66

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