Douglas Aston Griffiths ASC


1887 Jun 28 Born Edinburgh Scotland. Son of John Birtwhistle Griffith and Emily Matilda (nee Aston) His father was a Doctor

1891 census

1901 census at Christ's Hospital , Newgate Street London

1911 Census living in Kensington

1914 Dec 23. 5th London Brigade Company; Gunner Douglas Aston Griffiths, from the 7th London Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, to be Second Lieutenant.

1916 Jul 14. ASC. 2nd Lt. (temp. Lt.) D. A. Griffiths, T.F., relinquishes the rank of temp. Lt.

1918 Apr 25. Lt. D. A. Griffiths is seconded for service with Royal Irish Rifles.

1918 Dec 9 Rly. Trans. Officers (CL GG).—And to be temp. Capts. whilst so empld.: — Lt. D. A. Griffiths, R.A.S.C., T.F.

1919 May 1. Railway Transport Officer (Cl GG) Lt. (temp. Capt.) D. A. Griffiths; R.A.S.C., T.F., and relinquishes the temp.. rank of Capt.

1920 Aug 27 Joined ADRIC with service no 333. Posted to Depot Coy. then D Coy

1921 Feb 15 to Mar 1 on Leave

1921 Mar 17. Temp Cadet RIC Aux Div, Douglas Alexander (sic) Griffiths, 34, From Edinburgh, Charge Larceny, remanded to Mountjoy Prison,

1921 May 3. 10 months Hard Labour. His Medal Card states 'Removed from Territorial Army 3 May 1921', Lieutenant in the RASC, Suspense List. Gazetted that Lt. D. A. Griffiths is removed from the Territorial Army, His Majesty having no further use for his services

1921 Jun 1. Struck off on being convicted

1921 Aug 8, transferred to Liverpool Prison

1939 Register He is living at 32 Rylett Road , Hammersmith, London,. He is a Government Clerk and living with Gladys E M Daniell

1947 Sep 9 Died