Capt. Mark Courtenay Bulteel , Royal Scots

1895 Oct/Dec Born Plympton, Devon

1899 His father's horse Manefesto won the Grand National

1901 census at Sefton Park House, Stoke-Poges

The family sold Sefton Park in 1905 and moved to Brook Lodge

1911 census the family with a large number of servants are at Brook Lodge Cheapside Ascot, Sunninghill, Berkshire. Young Mark is at Eton College, Eton,

1914 May 16. 3rd Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment), Mark Courtenay Bulteel to be Second Lieutenant (on probation).

1914 Sep 11. Lands in Salonica

1914 Oct 6. The undermentioned Second Lieutenants (on probation) are confirmed in their rank:,—3rd Battalion, Royal Scots. Mark Courtenay Bulteel.

1915 Feb 2. 3rd Royal Scots. The undermentioned Second Lieutenants to be Lieutenants Mark C. Bulteel.

1918 Oct 25. RAF. Mark Courtenay Bulteel (Capt., B. Scots., Spec. Res), and to be Hon. Cap

1920 His father died and he was a main beneficiary of the will. John George Boteel Date 17 July 1920 Place Berkshire, England Death Date 8 May 1920 Beneficiary's name Mark Courtenay Bulteel Second Beneficiary Lionel Bulteel

1921 Feb 3. Joined ADRIC with service no 1636, but never attested and struck off

1921 Feb 26 Leaves UK for South Africa, profession "nil" intending to live in South Africa

1928 Sep 22. Capt M C Bulteel resigns his commission and retains the rank of Capt . 3rd Royal Scots

1930 Jan 6. Arrives UK from South Africa. 30 Gloucester Places, London SW. A Manager living in Southern Rhodesia

1931 Mar 24 Died in Southern Rhodesia. A contractor's Assistant of Celebral Malaria. Chamberlain And Companies Camp, Labanque, Southern Rhodsia