Eustace Mars Aron

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  1. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    I'd really like information about this young man please !

    In Memory of
    Sub-Lieutenant E M ARON

    189th Bde. Machine Gun Coy. R.N. Div., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    who died
    on 13 November 1916

    Remembered with honour

    Attached Files:

  2. Stephen Nulty

    Stephen Nulty New Member

    Born - 02/11/1885
    Address - 24, Elm Park Road, Chelsea
    Religion - C of E
    Civil Employment – Clerk
    Height – 5’ 7”
    Next of kin - (sister) Mrs Violette Taylor, 14 Frobisher Terrace, Famouth, Cornwall

    Date of Entry to service – 23/11/1914
    Previously a signaller with Public Schools Battalion

    03/05/1915 – To “D” Coy, Hawke Bn at Blandford
    10/05/1915 – Embarked for MEF
    17/12/1915 – Appointed Temp. Sub-Lt (promoted from the ranks).
    21/04/1916 - Admitted to hospital on Imbros (Haemorrhoids)
    02/05/1916 - Rejoined Bn
    18/05/1916 - Embarked on HT “Franconia” at Mudros
    23/05/1916 - Disembarked at Marseilles
    29/05/1916 - Transferred to 2nd Brigade MGC (France)
    13/11/1916 - Posted “Missing”
    14/12/1916 - Report rec’d from base “Killed in Action”.
    20/03/1917 - Reported as buried by Rev E R France, 1st HAC. Map ref 57d.Q.18.c.5.4
  3. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    Thats interesting Stephen ... thank you !

    I have him at Jesus College and also that he was Jewish !

    Annie :)
  4. Mdaron

    Mdaron New Member

    Dear Annie Not sure if you are still active on this site! Eustace was/is my great uncle. His half brother Wellesley was also at Cambridge. Where did you get the lovely photo? Let me know if you are still interested.

    All the best


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