Capt Henry Bannerman RGA

1878 Jan 29. Born "at sea" Birth registered as an Army Birth at Malta. This ties his 1911 census entry to his MIC. His father Henry James Bannerman was in the Army

1881 census at Old Quay, Haverfordwest St Thomas. He is a lodger aged 4.

1891 census at 15, Bellevue Road, Battersea. This is probably him

1893 circa Enlisted in Army RGA

1901 Not on UK census. I cannot find his serving In South Africa, but he must have been in army.

1903 marries in London to Alice Emma Hinson

1911 census at Great Gipping St, Ipswich

1915 Apr 13 Landed in France. He was a WOI

1915 Sep 5. Commissioned 2nd Lt

1916 Jul 24. RGA. Temp. Lt. H. Bannerman to be Adjt.

1919 Sep 6. RGA. Lt. H. Bannerman retires, receiving a gratuity.and is granted the rank of Capt.

1920 Aug 17. Joins ADRIC with service no 299. Posted to C Coy

1920 Oct 1 Promoted Section Leader

1920 Dec 28 Promoted Platoon Commander

1921 Feb 10 Posted to N Coy as 2nd in Command

1921 Feb 24 to 1 Mar on Leave

1921 May 24. Posted to R Coy as Company Commander

1921 Jul 11 to 25 Jul on Leave

1921 Dec 22 to 28 Dec on Leave

1921 Oct 22. An article in Irish Times "Since the truce came into operation the Auxiliary Division of the Royal Irish Constabulary have organised many entertainments in Dublin, but perhaps the most successful was a dance which was held last night in La Scala Theatre. It was organised by the Officer Commanding R Company (Captain H. Bannerman) and other officers. The spacious and handsome ballroom was taxed to its utmost, about 120 couples being present. Among the guests were General A.E. Wood, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.; Captain W.F. Martinson, and representatives of the garrison units in Dublin, together with a large number of local residents. The music was supplied by Mr. A. P. Rafter's orchestra."

1922 Feb 28. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC. Note late date.

1939 Register at 30 Dynes Road , Sevenoaks R.D., Kent, with wife Alice , he is an Estate Manager

1952 Mar 19. Died Hastings aged 75