Harold Goodyer Bloodworth, E Kent Yeomanry & RAF

16 Nov 1920 G Coy arrive at Killaloe Hotel. PR Cullinan was Intelligence Officer. 18 Nov 1920 to 15 Mar 1921. I think the photo was taken during this period  

1891 Jan 7. Born Lincolnshire

1891 census at 21, Market Place, Spalding

1901 census at 5, Amwell Street, Clerkenwell

1911 census at St Catherine's Hotel Esplanade Fowey. He is a "Private Secretary" and staying alone at the hotel.

1915 May 3. Royal East Kent (The Duke of Connaught's Own) (Mounted Rifles); Private Harold Goodyer Bloodworth, from 1st County of London (Middlesex, Duke of Cambridge's Hussars) Yeomanry, to be Second Lieutenant.

1917 Jul 1. Yeomanry. The undermentioned 2nd Lts. to be Lts.. H. G. Bloodworth,

1917 Dec 5. Injured as a result of an air accident in UK

1918 May 11 . RFC. The undermentioned are granted temp. commns. as 2nd Lts. (A. & S.) : —H. G. Bloodworth (Lt., R. East Kent Yeo., T.F.), and to be Hon. .Lt. His RAF Record is available.

1919 May 4. Transferred to unemployed list.

1920 Oct 18 Joined ADRIC with service no 748. Posted to G Coy

Fined £5 by Coy Commander

1921 Jun 27 . "Resignation accepted. Completion of 6 months service" The words "on discipinary grounds" were originally recorded, and then changed to the final vers1on"

1921 Sep 30. The undermentioned offrs. relinquish their commns., 30th Sept. 1921, under A.O. 166/21, as amended by A.O. 332/21, and retain their rank: — Yeomanry - R. East Kent.— Capt. H. G. Bloodworth.

1933 Working as an Assistant Steward on ships.

1939 Register, Single, living at 196 Adelaide Road , Hampstead, Working in Stock Exchange

1940 Aug 19. AUXILIARY MILITARY PIONEER CORPS. The undermentioned to be Lts.: Capt. Harold Goodyer BLOODWORTH (112264)

1968 Mar 7. died aged 77 at Hampstead, London