2nd Lt. Philip George Mauldon

1897 Oct 2. Born West Ham, Essex

1901 census at 165, St Anns Road, Tottenham

1911 census at school at The Bryn , Monkhams Drive, West Ham

1914 Nov 3. In court for stealing postal letters.

1914 He appears to have been in Hon. Artillery Coy during WW1

1918 Apr 26. Sent from UK on 55th draft to 1st battalion HAC in France

1919 Feb 12. Commissioned 2nd Lt in R West Kent Reg

1919 Apr/Jun Married in Greenwich to Agnes E G Hicks

1921 Aug 24 Joined ADRIC with service no 253. Posted to D Coy. Wife at 34 Laurie Grove New Cross (as on marriage cert)

1921 Feb 26. Posted to O Coy.

1921 Mar 10 Promoted Section Leader

1921 May 25 to 13 May on Leave

1921 Jul 14 Fined £1 by Coy Commander

1921 Jul 25 to 7 Aug on Leave

1922 Jan 16. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1922 Feb 22. Gazetted out 2nd Lt

1926 Dec 23. Article in Police Gazette

1927 Divorce Court File: 6766. Appellant: Agnes Eileen Grenfell Mauldon. Respondent: Philip George Mauldon. Type: Wife's petition for divorce .

1927 Jan 11. Central Criminal Court . 18 months suspended

He was given time to pay his debts

1927 Jan 11. R.W.K.—2nd Lt. Philip George Mauldon on conviction by the Civil Power, is removed from the Army, His Majesty having no further occasion for his service and is deprived of the rank of 2nd Lt.

1928 Feb 18. Article in Whitstable Times.

He then disappears. Obviously lost contact with his mother as well. I cannot find a death in UK or Ireland, nor anything on shipping records.

1929 There appears to be a son born to him in USA John Philip Mauldon (King)

1953 Apr 25. His mother died.