2nd Lt Charles Marshall Cautley CEF & Suffolk

1888 Sep 23. Born. Barnes, Surrey

1891 census at The Rectory, Westerfield, Suffolk

1901 census at school at Grammar School, Henley Road, Ipswich St Margaret

1910 Mar 28. Leaves UK for Canada. He gives his occupation as "Architect" and intends to carry on being one in Canada.

1914 Nov 25. Enlists for Canadian Expeditionary Force. His profession is now "farmer"

1915 Sep 18 Landed in France.

1917 Apr/Jun Married in Elham, Kent to Rose M Fyson

1918 Oct 9. Suffolk Regt. The undermentioned, from Officer Cadet Units, to be 2nd Lts.:

1920 Sep 8. Joined ADRIC with service no 494 . Posted to K Coy

1920 Dec 11. In K Company when the burning of Cork and the grenade attack on K Coy tender took place at Dillons Cross He was wounded and sought compensation and received £1800 for his wounds. Admitted Military Hospital Cork, not discharged until 29 May 1921

1921 Mar 26 Posted to Depot

1921 May 30 to 24 Jun on Leave

1921 Aug 31 to 30 Sep on Leave

1921 Oct 1. Posted to R Coy

1922 Jan 17 Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1937 Dec 3. The Civil Service Commissioners for Northern Ireland hereby announce that a Certificate of Qualification, has been issued in favour of Charles Marshall Cautley for the situation of Technical Assistant Grade II. (Supplies Section).

1964 Aug 31 His wife died in Belfast

1968 Nov 9, Died 18 King's Ride, Camberley, Surrey aged 80.

Probate showed worth of £3034