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Major-General E B Ashmore


E B Ashmore - 1912Edward Bailey       b: 20 Feb 1872      r: 1 Sep 1919 (RAF)/21 Sep 1929 (Army)             d: 5 Oct 1953

CB - 3 Jun 1918, CMG - 14 Jan 1916, MVO - 5 Jul 1911, LoH, Cdr - xx xxx xxxx.  

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(Army): - 2 Lt: 24 Jul 1891, Lt: 24 Jul 1894, Capt: 13 Mar 1900 [antedated on 15 May 1900 to 13 Feb 1900], Maj: 19 Apr 1909, (T) Lt Col: 18 Nov 1914, (T) Brig-Gen: 30 Jan 1916, (B) Col: 1 Jan 1917, (T) Maj-Gen: 30 Jul 1917 - 31 Oct 1919 [restored to rank of Col.], Maj-Gen: 1 Jan 1924

(RAF): - (T) Maj-Gen [Lt Col]: 1 Apr 1918 [19 Apr 1918], AVM: 1 Aug 1919 [19 Apr 1918].  

xx xxx xxxx:              Attended RMA Woolwich

24 Jul 1891:               Commissioned into the Royal Regiment of Artillery

xx xxx 1900:              Officer, 'Q' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery (South Africa; severely wounded Sanna's Post, 31 Mar 1900)

xx xxx 1904:              Adjutant, Royal Horse Artillery.

22 Jan 1906:              Attended Army Staff College, Camberley.

xx xxx 1908:              Staff Officer, General Staff.  

22 Jan 1908:              restored to the establishment of Royal Artillery

1 Apr 1908:               General Staff Officer, 3rd Grade (GSO3), General Staff (War Office)

1 Apr 1909:                General Staff Officer, 2nd Grade (GSO2), General Staff (War Office)

1 Apr 1912:                restored to the establishment of Royal Artillery

15 Sep 1913:             Assistant Military Secretary to Inspector-General of the Overseas Forces and General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Mediterranean Command

22 Jan 1913:               Flying Officer, Special Reserve RFC.

 5 Aug 1914:              General Staff Officer 2nd Grade.

18 Nov 1914:             Officer Commanding, Administration Wing RFC (Graded as a Wing Commander)

10 May 1915:             Officer Commanding, 1st Wing RFC.

30 Jan 1916:               Brigadier-General Commanding, No IV Brigade RFC.

20 Dec 1916:              Attached to Headquarter units (till 28 Jul 1917)

 5 Aug 1917:               Commander, London Air Defence Area.

1 Sep 1919:                Relinquished RAF Commission.

 8 Dec 1920:             Commander, 1st Air Defence Brigade.

 1 Mar 1924:             GOC, Territorial Army Air Defence Brigades and Inspector of Regular Anti-Aircraft Defences

He was severely wounded at the Relief of Kimberley during the South African War of 1899-1902, gained RAeC Certificate No 281 on 3 September 1912 and married Betty Parsons at Holy Trinity Church, Prince Consort Road on 17 July 1919.  He founded the Observer Corps and during WW2, he raised and commanded a battalion of the Home Guard.

He published "Air Defence" in 1929.

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