Capt John Boyle

1894 Sep 10. Born Lanarkshire from RIC register. There are 5 John Boyle born there in 1894 and none have that dob

1916 Jul 3. Boyle's seniority as an officer from this date. John Boyle was gazetted 2nd Lt. on the General List 3 July 1915 https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/29214/page/6444

1917 Jan 1. Promoted to Lt., Cameron Highlanders, https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/30002/page/3004 Heading Cameron Highlanders on page 3003

1917 Jul 29 A John Boyle was admitted to the Indian Army Reserve of Officers on 29 July 1917 from the Cameron Highlanders, to be a Lt, but the gazette notification was not published until 23 January 1920. John Boyle, Carn'n Highrs. 29th July 1917, ' but to rank from 3rd July 1916.

1917 Aug 30. Lands in France

1917 Dec 13 In the January 1919 Indian Army List he is in the 1st Battalion, 55th Coke's Rifles as a 2nd Lieutenant, attached, IARO, appointment date 13th Dec 1917.

1918 Jan 12. 1st Bn., 55th Coke's Rifles. Lieut. J. Boyle, I.A.R.O., attd., to be actg. Capt. while comdg. a Coy. From 12th to 30th Jan. 1918

1919 Jul 3. Indian Army Reserve of Officers. Lieutenants to be Captains. J. Boyle.

1919 Oct 28. Relinquished his probationary appointment I.A.R.O. https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/32118/page/10864

1921 Feb 16 Joined ADRIC with service no 1687. posted J Coy

1921 May 6 . Appointed Assistant CQM

1921 Dec 19. Promoted Section Leader and CQM

1922 Jan 28. Discharged at demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 May 1. The KING has approved the resignation of the following officers, with effect from the dates specified, and the grant of rank as shown below: — Indian Army Reserve of Officers. Captains— John Boyle.

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