Capt. Harry Edward George Charles Goldsmith

1884 Aug 18. Born Blything, Suffolk . His father, Henry E Goldsmith, was a general labourer

1891 census at Bartholomew Green, Southwold

1901 census at Opposite Wing, Stanley Road, Woolwich

Photo 1905

1908 Jan/Mar Marries in Fulham, London to Minnie Louis

1911 census in Kensington Barracks, a married Sgt in Coldstream Guards

1914 Aug 13. Landed in France

1915 Mar 31. Commissioned 2nd Lt for service in the field. The Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Serjeant Harry Edward George Goldsmith, from Coldstream. Guards. Dated 31st March, 1915.

1916 Feb 24. R. W. Fus.—The promotion to the rank of Lt. of 2nd Lt. H. E. G. Goldsmith is antedated to 24th Feb. 1916.

1916 Jul 26. R. W. Fus.—Lt. H. E. G. Goldsmith to be acting Capt. whilst comdg. a Co.

1916 Nov 3. .R. Welsh Fus.— Lt. H. E. G. Goldsmith relinquishes the acting rank of Capt.

1919 Jan 1. The undermentioned relinquish the temp, rank of Capt. : — Lt. H. E. G. Goldsmith, R.W. Fus.

1919 Nov 10. RW. Fus.—Lt. H. E. G. Goldsmith retires on ret. pay, and is granted the rank of Capt.

1921 Jun 8. Joined ADRIC with service no 2042. Posted to I Coy

1922 Jan 17. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1934 Aug 28. Reaches age limit and ceases to belong to Reserve of Officers. R.W. Fus.—Capt. H. E. G. Goldsmith.

1939 Register Living at 10 Chester Road , Southwold M.B., Suffolk. He is totally disabled war pensioner ex-Capt

1963 Jan/Mar Died Lothingland Suffolk


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