Henry Bertram Bayly


No rank or Regt is given in ADRIC register. Nothing in WO338 or Nat Arch MICs

1887 Mar 29. Born Scotland

1891 census at Shorehead, Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, Scotland

Henry W Bayly Head Married Male 40 1851 Hotel Keeper -  
Rosy Bayly Wife Married Female 31 1860 - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland  
Ethel M E Bayly Daughter - Female 8 1883 Scholar -  
Alexander G Bayly Son - Male 6 1885 Scholar -  
Bertram H Bayly Son - Male 4 1887 - Kincardineshire, Scotland  
Elizabeth M Smith Sister-In-Law Unmarried Female 24 1867 Living At The Firm Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland  
Annie Grant Servant Unmarried Female 23 1868 House Maid Tarbet, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland

1901 census at Dunnottar, Kincardineshire, Scotland

Henry W Bayly Head Married Male 56 1845 Hotel Keeper England
Rosey L Bayly Wife Married Female 42 1859 - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Elizabeth E M Bayly Daughter Single Female 18 1883 - England
Alec Gordon Bayly Son - Male 16 1885 Scholar England
Henry B Bayly Son - Male 14 1887 Scholar Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
Douglas N Bayly Son - Male 9 1892 Scholar Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
Harold I C Bayly Son - Male 1 1900 - Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland
Elizabeth M Smith Sister-In-Law Single Female 31 1870 Living On Own Means Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

1910 Sep 30 Leaves UK for Calcutta

Henry never married Rhandon Milne per local requirements that you must be a tea manager before you could marry. They did have three children together. Rhandon (1893–1924)

1916 Dec 11. Leaves UK for Calcutta. He is a Tea Planter b1887

I can find no war record.

1920 Dec 21 Joined ADRIC with service no 1309. Posted M Coy. Joined in Ireland

1921 Jan 22. Discharged Medically Unfit

1921 Jun 9 Arrives UK from India

1921 Oct 28 Leaves UK for Calcutta. He is a Tea Planter. Mixenden Hall, Mixenden. An Assam record gives him as MR. H.B.BAYLY of ITAKHULI TEA ESTATE,TINSUKIA ,ASSAM

1925 Oct 15 Leaves UK for India with "Mrs Gertrude Bayly"

1926 Sep 2. Married in Yorkshire to Gertrude Armitage

1932 Jun He is a Trooper in Assam Valley Light Horse (Volunteers) Medal for long service. Indicating perhaps that this was where he spent WW1.

The Assam Valley Light Horse regiment was raised in 1891 and formed part of Indian Volunteer Force, later the Indian Defence Force and finally the Auxiliary Force (India). The regimental headquarters was at Dibrugarh in Assam. It was recruited from the European community in Assam—mostly tea planters. A light horse regiment had a rough strength of approximately 400 men and its troops typically fought as mounted infantry rather than traditional cavalry.. It was not mobilized as a unit during World War I but individuals did serve, mainly with the British Indian Army.

1934 Apr 3. Arrives UK from India with wife and 1 child

1934 Nov 3. Leaves UK for India with wife and 2 children

1938 Apr 7. Arrives Oregon, USA from Assam, India, in transit. With wife and 3 children

1939 Sold a 45 foot yacht called the Reverie that he had built in Assam to a Rev Antle, in exchange for a house in Maple Bay, British Columbia

1940 Sep 7. Died Duncan, British Columbia, Canada