Havelock Cranstoun Charles R. Irish Rifles

1894 Jun 18. Born Kanturk, Ireland His father was Professor of Anatomy at Cork University

1901 census at 1 Alexandra Place, Cork

1911 census - not with the family who are in Dublin

1915 Jan 13. The undermentioned to be Second Lieutenants, on probation: —Havelock Cranstoun Charles, 4th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles.

1915 Nov 9. Confirmed in rank of 2nd Lt. The Royal Irish Rifles. Havelock Cranstoun Charles.

1918 Apr 5. R Irish Reg 2nd Lt. H. C. Charles is placed on the h.p. list on account of ill-health contracted on active service.

1920 Dec 29. Joined ADRIC with service no 1335. Posted to J Coy. His mother's address is as on MIC

1921 Feb 15 "services dispensed with"

1921 May 9. R. Ir. Regt. — 2nd Lt. H. C. Charles, from h.p.list, is restd. to the: estabt., "with precedence" next above C. B. Knight. He served in Silesia

1921 May 9. R Ir. Regt.—2 Lt. H. C. Charles to be Lt.

1922 Aug 14. R Ir. Regt.—The undermentioned Lts. retire, receiving: a gratuity. — H. C. Charles

1927 Dec 20. Died Bangor. County Down. Age 33.

Charles Havelock Cranstoun of Pembroke College Oxford county Oxford and of 95 Enys Road Eastbourne county Sussex died 20 December 1927 at Loreli Bangor county Down Northern Ireland Probate London 20 March to Georgina Ellen Charles widow. Effects in Northern Ireland £171 4s. 6d. Re-sealed Belfast 2 April.