Albert Robert Braddy, Linc Regt

1893 Jan 17. Born St Pancras, London

1901 census at 37, Hawley Road, St Pancras

1911 census 49 Marsden St NW

1915 Jan 6. Lands in France

1917 Apr 11. The undermentioned W.Os., N.C.Os., and men to be temp. 2nd Lts. from dates shown: — Linc Regt.—Serjt. A. R. Braddy, from Lond. R., T.F.

1917 Oct/Dec married in London to Violet Beatrice Franklin

1918 May 27 Taken Prisoner of War

1918 Oct 11. The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts. to be temp.Lts. : Linc. Regt. A.R. Braddy.

1919 Jan 20 Repatriated from Germany. Permanent pass (1p) issued to 2nd Lieutenant A R Braddy for visiting Schweidnitz during his service in the Army of Occupation in Germany, December 1918.

1921 Jun 23 . Accepted in England. Joined ADRIC with service no 2084.Posted to D Coy

1922 Jan 21. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1936 Living in Hendon (Electoral Roll) with Violet Beatrice

1939 Register Living at 11 Beech Drive , Barnet R.D., Hertfordshire,, With wife Violet: he is an Acting Relieving Officer LCC

1940. The Army Museum has two telephone sets, D Mk V, 1940; made by Plessey Company Limited; associated with Lt Albert Robert Braddy, British Army, 1914-1920 (c).

1972 Jun Died in Elstree, Herts