Lt. Rees Arthur Maloney, Dorset Regt

1895 Nov 26. Born Gillingham, Dorset

1901 census at Newbry Street, Gillingham

1911 census he is a boarder at Weymouth College, Dorchester Road, Weymouth. According to the Compensation Court case in 1921, he had been intending to go to Oxford and read for Holy Orders

1914 Nov 16. The undermentioned Cadets and ex-Cadets of the Officers Training Corps to be temporary Second Lieutenants. Rees Arthur Maloney

1915 Dec 17 Landed in France

1920 Apr 9. Dorset. R. Temp. Lt. R. A. Maloney relinquishes his commission on completion of service and retains the rank of Lt

1920 Nov 29. Joined ADRIC with service number 1132. Posted to Depot Coy

1920 Dec 11. Was in Cork during the Burning of Cork and a Section Leader in K Coy, but neither register can confirm this.

Wounded at Dillons Cross

1921 Jan 29. Posted to H Coy

1922 Jan 18 He was one of 6 representatives of ADRIC men to sign the Dispersal Terms

1922 Jan 20. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 Jun 2. Lt. R. A. Maloney (late Dorset. R. Serv. Bn.) relinquishes the rank of Lt. on enlistment in the ranks. He appears from MIC to join RAMC

1927 Married in Hartley Wintney, Hants to Dorothy Potter

1936 Living at Cameron, Old Church Lane, Hendon with his wife (electoral register)

1939 Register Living at 29 Lansdowne Road , Harrow U.D., Middlesex . He is a Chemical Representative

1940 Jul 31. R Berks Regt To be Lt: — Rees Arthur MALONEY (142222).

1970 Oct/Dec died Surrey aged 75