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General Sir Kenneth Wigram


Kenneth                                 b: 5 Dec 1875              r: 6 Jun 1936               d: 11 Jul 1949

GCB - 3 Jun 1935 (KCB -1 Jan 1930, CB - xx xxx xxxx, ), CSI - 3 Jun 1921, CBE - 3 Jun 1919 DSO - 1 Jan 1917, LoH, C - 24 Feb 1916, Cwn (Cdr) - 26 Jul 1917, CdeG (B) - 11 Mar 1918, CS2 - 19 Aug 1921.

For a list of foreign decoration abbreviations, click here

(Army): - 2 Lt:  21 Jan 1896, Lt: 22 Apr 1898, Capt: 22 Jan 1905, Maj: 22 Jan 1914, (T) Lt Col: 4 Feb 1916, Bt Lt Col: 3 Jun 1916, (T) Brig-Gen: 4 Feb 1917 - 3 Oct 1918; 11 May 1919 - 20 Feb 1921, Lt Col: 2 Apr 1920, Col: 24 Apr 1920,  Maj-Gen:  1 Oct 1923, Lt Gen: 9 Jun 1929, Gen: 4 Dec 1932.

(RAF): - Col: 3 Oct 1918, Act Brig-Gen: 3 Oct 1918.

xx xxx xxxx:              Officer, 2nd King Edward's Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles).

13 Nov 1913:              GSO III, Indian Army HQ.

 7 Jun 1915:                GSO II, ?

 4 Feb 1916:               GSO I, General Staff

 4 Feb 1917:               Head of Operations (B) Section, GHQ BEF

3 Oct 1918:                 Brigadier-General, Air Staff  

10 Apr 1919:               Relinquished his commission on ceasing to be employed

11 May 1919:              Director of Staff Duties, Army HQ India

20 Feb 1921:              Temporary Colonel on the Staff.

30 Apr 1921:              Temporary Colonel on the Staff, whilst specially employed.

5 Sep 1922:                Commandant, Delhi Brigade Area.

 2 Apr 1924:               Deputy Adjutant and Quartermaster-General, GOC-in-C, Northern Command, India.

 4 Nov 1926:              Commander, Wasiristan District, India

11 Jan 1930:              Transferred to the Unemployed List

14 Mar 1930:             Appointed Colonel of the 2nd King Edward's Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles).

22 Mar 1931:             Restored to full pay.

22 Mar 1931:            Chief of the General Staff, Indian Army. 

9 Jun 1933:               ADC General to the King

10 May 1934:             Vacated his appointment as CGS.  

6 Jun 1936:                Retired

5 Dec 1945:                Ceased to belong to the Reserve on attaining the age limit of liability to recall

5 Dec 1945:                Relinquished his appointment as Colonel of 2nd King Edward's Own Gurkha Rifles

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