William Robert Coventry

   

The implication of "accepted in Ireland" is that he was either Irish or Colonial

1897 Sep 3. Born New York (RIC)

1900 census at Albany , New York

1917 Student at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, USA

1917 Sep 28 Enlisted in RAF (at Toronto)

1918 Mar 25 Commissoined 2nd Lt

1921 Jun 5 Demobbed

1921 Jun 8. Accepted in Ireland . Joined ADRIC with service no 2029. Posted to C Coy

1921 Oct 14 Permitted to resign on compassionate grounds

1924 Dec 31 Applies for British Naturalisation

1927 Leaves UK for Jamaica. An Engineer intending to settle in British Honduras

1928 Dec 15 Sails from British Honduras to New Orleans

1930 Sep 20 Sails British Honduras to USA

1931 Jun 39 death • 71 Elm street, Glens Falls, Warren, New York

WILLIAM COVENTRY FOUND DEAD IN HOME William R. Coventry, 34, was found dead yesterday morning jn the dining room of his home at 71 Elm Street, where he lived with his father, Willam H. Coventry. Sr.

John J. Dever, coroner, was summoned and said death was due to heart failure. His mother died about two weeks ago. Besides his father, he to survived by two brothers, Karl of Gatineaut Que, Robert of Olens Fails; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Ladd of Water- vUle, Mrs. Arthur Banders of Livsrmora Falls, Me, and Mrs. Bruce Ltncombe of Oatlneau, Que.

 

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