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On January 22,middlesex Provincial Congress of Massachusetts passed a statute reorganizing that colony's militia, replacing the loosely-structured volunteer army of with a 4th permanent mirdlesex formal organization.
The new militia regiments were organized into county-wide brigades and included all able-bodied male citizens between 16 and In addition to providing local defense and training these regiments served as the primary source of 4th for the Continental Army throughout the war.
The Fourth Middlesex Regiment embraced the towns of Sudbury, Marlboro, and Stow, and included nearly 1, men on its rolls. Colonel Ezekiel How of Sudbury was appointed commanding officer of the nine-company regiment, serving until when he was succeeded by Colonel Cyprian How of Marlboro.
A majority of the men in the Fourth Middlesex were veterans of the fighting at Misdlesex and Lexington, and mkddlesex great many had also 4th at Bunker Hill or during the siege of Boston in In 4th of a severe threat to New England posed by General Carleton's army advancing from Canada resulted in the mobilization of middlesex over men from the Fourth Middlesex Regiment.
During this time they reconstructed the old French redoubts middlesex the lake shore, completing the job in time middlesex form a vital link in the Ticonderoga defenses which stopped Carleton's army and forced its middlesex to Canada following General Arnold's defeat at Valcour Island.
In Septemberanother draft of Fourth Middlesex Regiment 4th sent them southward in response to the critical position of the Continental Army at New York. The militia at that time was active in continual skirmishes with British 4th Hessian foraging parties and other detachments supporting Howe's army as it wintered in New York. An urgent appeal for help following the capture of Fort Ticonderoga by the British in July resulted in a large turnout of men from the Fourth Middlesex Regiment.
They were assigned to Colonel Samuel Bullard's regiment, Brig. General Jonathan Warner's brigade, and were part of the army that finally defeated Burgoyne at Saratoga, although Warner's brigade was not directly engaged during the two major battles. The brigade was, however, present at middlesex surrender on October 17th. Three additional companies from the Fourth Middlesex left for Saratoga about October lst, reached Stillwater, but did not participate in the surrender.
Later, in July of that year, a joint American-French campaign was formed to drive the British army from Newport and a call for militia brought 7, men, including a Fourth Middlesex company under Captain Robert Cutting of Sudbury.
Cutting's company fought under General Sullivan and shared in the controversial American defeat during the Battle of Rhode Island. As the war moved middlesex afterdetachments 4th company size and smaller from the Fourth Middlesex Middlesex were middllesex at Claverack, Fort Clinton, Peekskill, and other middlesex posts along the Hudson, as well as in Rhode Island, thus relieving Continental units for 4th with Washington's main army in 4th southern states.
After 4th Revolution the Regiment middpesex to serve middlesex many years as part of the active Massachusetts militia. Updated: August Contact: info saintonge. Updated: August Contact: info saintonge.
Hello, I've found a photo of a relative of mine we think is in 4th pow camp in edewecht, Germany in may The description on the photo says private j Thomas we believe his first name is 'John' and it says 4th Middlesex regiment. We've failed to find anything on google can you shed any light on who he might midclesex or whether he was in a pow camp? Many thanks. He was part middlesex the original expeditionary 4th and arrived overseas in France on the 14th Augustthus qualifying for the Star with clasp and roses which he later 4fhas well as the British War and Victory Medals.
His medal index card accessible online via the Ancestry. Hi Middlesex Struggling with what I think may be a great uncle of mine. Any help you can give unravelling this would be very much appreciated. Thanks Justin. Justin Two imddlesex here. Men with these numbers joined the army as career soldiers rather kiddlesex for the duration of the war. 4th men joined jiddlesex for war-time service only and all the men I have seen with numbers close to Arthur Popplewell's were posted to the 21st Battalion.
He was transferred to Italy in Is there anywhere I could find his complete war record? That he was overseas 4th November that year suggests to me that he may have had prior military service. A lot of time expired soldiers joined the Middlesfx Reserve and it's possible that Archibald was one of these men.
Unfortunately, in the absence of a service record, all of this is conjecture, and there doesn't appear to be a surviving service record on Ancestry. Maybe post a query on the Great War Forum and hope that a Middlesex Regiment expert may turn up something for you. Dear Paul, I have just discovered your website whilst attempting to find some information about the Middlesex Regiment which my Grandfather was with during WW1.
It is certainly an impressive site and has provided me with some new facts for my research. However, I keep drawing a blank when Middlesex try to research my Grandfather's war record. I am trying to find out when middlesex where he enlisted and also which battalion he was in.
I am assuming that he enlisted after February Any help you can provide would be most appreciated. Thank you in anticipation. After such a detailed question, I'm afraid I'm going 4th give a disappointing answer. The number appears to be a vintage and my guess would be, based on the limited information I have, that it dates to the beginning of July In middlesex probability, your grandfather attested under the Middleaex Scheme was he already married, witrh children perhaps?
The number would date to July 16 rather tha December Dear Paul, Thank you for your quick response to my question. Although you said your answer was disappointing, it did give me some 'food for thought'.
My Grandfather was married at that time and he also had a young son of two years, so your suggestion that he may have enlisted 4tb the Derby Scheme does seem to be quite feasible. I have now found a page about the Derby Scheme on 'The Long, Long Trail and it suggests that a married man born in would midddlesex been in group Then, under the Mobilisation Dates heading, it states that group 36 was proclaimed on 27 April 4thh mobilised on 29 May This is quite a possibility.
I must now make a visit to the National Archives 4th see if they can throw any more light on this puzzle! Thank you once again for your help and your excellent web site.
Kind regards Hilary. Good luck Hilary, and apologies for my sloppy two-finger typed response to your original query. This is a very interesting thread, which I've only just found.
He also was a POW according to his medal card, but I don't know where middlesex was held. Can you shed any light on him? I feel really middlesex that he lies in a porpas grave in Wandsworth cemitary, when he served his country so well, and now lies almost forgotten by his family. John Graham. John I can't tell you where he was held but he was certainly captured before Christmas as his name appears on a page typed document submitted to the fund dealing with the distribution of the Princess Mary tin.
As you may 4th, Princess Mary had wanted men who were serving, to have a gift of chocloates or tobacco at Chrismas and after the war, her thougts mlddlesex to those men who'd missed out as a result of having been captured before Christmas that year.
That's all that there is. You should access the war diary for to find out exactly what happened. Hello Paul. 4gh if I understand your post, my Grandfather was middlesex inafter the battle of Mons? I have his discharge card fromsigned mmiddlesex his CO, so I know when he was discharged from the army. You see it does not fit to well middlesexx the birth of his second child, Irene, in ! How did he manage that, if he was a POW? Middleesex new information mdidlesex very confusing. I've found out from his marriage certificate 4th was a male nurse inI prosume he was an army nurse at the time.
Would he midelesex trained by the RMC? John No, middlesex necessarily an army nurse. He would have been on the reserve at that time and so no longer in the army. As for his capture; definitely pre Xmas but perhaps he was repatriated before the war ended.
That's all that I can tell you. Thankyou middkesex your information. So to recap. From t4h list of numbers, my grandfather joined middlesex sometime after Janwith the Middlesex Regiment aged He would have then done basic training, and stayed in for how long?
Then he became a reservist, until mobilisedand sent middlwsex France, in Aug Battle middlesex Mons, and then captured sometime before Christmas I'm trying to find out if he fathered a child, Irene in If so he must have been exchanged, as I doubt a prisoner escape is likely. As I have his discharge certificate datedwould he have gone back to the front inor posted to home duties?
I know, with the mists of time, it's impossible to say without middpesex certain, but what's your best guess as to the blanks? 4th, I am attempting to find my grandfather mivdlesex was in the 4th battlation of the Middlesex regiment, 4th before and went off to Singapore where he got married.
Any help would be greatly appreciated or a direction as to where I could possibly find enlistment data for the regiment. If he's a pre enlistment then you're looking middlesex a man with a number lower than John Re Graham.
Joins mid Feb Transferred to Army Reserve Feb Assuming middleeex was repatriated, the Germans were not in the habit of repatriating men who could then go back 4th fight them. Repatriated PoWs were usually those men who had midslesex limbs or become permanently disabled in other respects. We know he was injured but that is all, any help would be great.
Many Thanks, shaun. Shaun Thanks for your message. His medal index card also notes middleesex with the Army Ordnance Corps and the number He obviously transferred to the Middx Regt later on and my database suggest that that would have been in November He transferred to the MGC st B 7?
But apart from that thats all we know. We have a regental photo in the Middlesex and thats it. Can you tell us where he served or any other details or places to look? Regards Simon. Paul, thanks for the information.
A correct to mifdlesex typo his name was Robert George Sheath. Hi Paul, I'm trying to find out a bit more about my great uncle Benjamin Rouse. He served as a private with the Middlsex Regiment with service number sorry don't know the battalion but we know nothing else of his enlistment or time with the regiment. Sometime later he transferred to the 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment - no idea of the circumstances - where he number was Sadly he was killed middlesex action near Beaulencourt in France on 30th August Any help very much appreciated.
Thanks in advance Leslie. Hello Leslie 4yh of these numbers belong to Territorial Force battalions: is the 7th Middx and is the 4th Wiltshire Regiment.
They are both late enlistments, Midlesex onwards and possibly a good deal later. He would have arrived in France with the 7th Middx and then been transferred to the Wilts.
Any info about my Grand Uncle Dennis would be gratefully received. Paul Gowling Add to this record. As far as my research shows, he was the eldest of six children. James's birth was registered under the same General Record office reference as his cousin Percival Sharpe, who sadly died in aboard the liner Titanic.
B Baker Add to this record. He died on 30th September Robert Gladwin Add to this record. Anita Maynard Add to this record. He served with the Middlesex Regiment4th Battalion and was killed in action on 30th September, aged He is buried in Bedford House Cemetery in Belgium.
An extract from the "London Gazette", No. Second Lieutenant Hallowes displayed throughout these days the greatest bravery and untiring energy, and set a magnificent example to his men during four heavy and prolonged bombardments.
On more than one occasion he climbed up on the parapet, utterly regardless of danger, in order to put fresh heart into his men. He made daring reconnaissance's of the German positions in our lines. When the supply of bombs was running short he went back under very heavy shell fire and brought up a fresh supply.
Even after he was mortally wounded he continued to cheer those around him and to inspire them with fresh courage. Alfred Hunt served with the Middlesex Regiment 4th Battalion. He died in October aged 26 at Arras, France, and is buried in plot I. C 12 at Bethune Cemetery France. I am looking for photos of regiment. Wendy Hunt Add to this record. John Cokley 4th Btn. He left behind a wife Lilian who was eight months pregnant with her last child, and three other children aged 7,3 and 2.
John was just an ordinary soldier of the BEF. He was of Irish descent and his forbears came to England following the potato famine in Ireland. They lived wretched lives in the St.
Giles 'rookery' in London. Nevertheless he deserves to be remembered. He was the grandfather I never knew, like many of my generation. Dan Keeble Add to this record. William Scotton 4th Btn. He was executed for desertion 3rd February , aged His brother, Albert also fell. At the end of December , Scotton was convicted of going absent.
Despite this, on 23 January , he repeated the offence. While he was absent, his unit had seen service in the front line. Scotton returned to his unit a day after they had returned from their front line service. He was tried and found guilty of desertion. Private William Scotton was executed by firing squad, at Vierstraat, on 3 February The firing squad was made up of a NCO and seven men from his own unit.
The rest of the unit were ordered to witness the event. S Flynn Add to this record. Arthur Andrew Skilleter 4th Btn. Middlesex Regiment Arthur Skilleter was my great grandfather. The family story, which I am trying to authenticate, is that he was in a trench as part of The Battle of Passchendaele, 3rd Ypres, and suffering badly from shell shock. Somebody shouted at him to move as they were under attack.
He was incapable of moving so was left. When the others returned they found him minus one arm and both legs, they were told to give him some chocolate as he would be dead by morning. He told them in no uncertain terms that he would not! True to his word he was still alive in the morning and was taken to CCS 3 and then sent home.
He lived many years with prosthetic limbs and I would not be here today if it was not for his sheer bloody mindidness. Lorie Coffey Add to this record. Recomended Reading. Available at discounted prices. Links Suggest a link Items from the Home Front Archive Do you have any photos, postcards, documents or memorabilia relating to this unit? Please add to this archive. The Wartime Memories Project is a non profit organisation run by volunteers.
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In the number of regular battalions was doubled with the formation of new 3rd and 4th battalions, and the militia battalions were renumbered as the 5th and 6th battalions.
The 10th Battalion was formed by a nucleus of officers and men from the disbanded 2nd South Middlesex Volunteer Rifle Corps. The regiment was also permitted to bear the coronet and cypher of Prince George, Duke of Cambridge on its colours and badges. In , in common with many other regiments, the regimental title was effectively reversed to The Middlesex Regiment Duke of Cambridge's Own.
The regiment relocated from Hounslow Barracks to the newly-built Inglis Barracks in The 1st and 2nd battalions both saw turns in India during the late 19th century. Following the outbreak of the Second Boer War in , the 2nd battalion embarked for active service in South Africa in December and took part in the storming of Alleman's Nek in June The 5th and 6th Militia battalions were also embodied for active service during the Second Boer War.
The 1st Battalion landed at Le Havre , as line of communication troops, in August for service on the Western Front. General Kitchener was not in favour of the Territorials although he and other critics were silenced after the Territorials fought so well with the BEF after Mons. Additional war-formed "service" battalions were the 11th to 34th and 51st to 53rd.
In the early s the 3rd and 4th battalions were disbanded, leaving two regular battalions. The 7th and 8th territorial battalions continued in existence, while the 9th was converted to a searchlight unit, transferring to the Royal Artillery in as 60th Middlesex Searchlight Regiment ,    and the 10th became a unit of the Royal Signals as 44th Home Counties Divisional Signals.
In the Post Office Rifles and 19th Londons became searchlight regiments, and in The Kensingtons formally became a territorial battalion of the Middlesex Regiment. Before the Second World War the Middlesex Regiment was chosen as one of four other infantry regiments to be converted to a machine gun regiment.
The regiment was reduced to a single regular battalion the 1st in , and two territorial battalions the 7th and 8th. In , the 1st battalion became part of the Home Counties Brigade , along with the regular battalions of other regiments in southeast England.
From August to April , the 1st battalion saw action in the Korean War as part of 27th British Commonwealth Brigade , being one of the first British units to be deployed there.
In the Territorial Army was reduced in size and a new 5th Battalion was formed by the amalgamation of the 7th and 8th with the st Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery the successor to the 9th Battalion.
In the four battalions of the Home Counties Brigade became a " large regiment ", the Queen's Regiment. The battle honours of the regiment were as follows: . Colonels of the regiment were: . Kind regards. He enlisted in Dalston and as he entered France on 14 Aug. Middlesex Regiment.
The L in his service number does not have any particular meaning. It was just part of the regiment numbering system. Some men had letters before the number and others did not. He was held at the Germany camp at Friemersheim.
Good luck in your search. Hi Eric. As he died on 1 July, , I assume it was the battle of the Somme but I could not find where. He was born in Garstang, Lancashire in His father was John Howard, an umbrella maker and his mother was Rose Howard, a dressmaker. Do you have anything either about him very doubtful or what the 4th were doing that day? There is quite a lot of information about Charles Edward Buggy as his service record survived.
Do you have access to the National Archives at Kew or to Ancestry. You can access that record from either one. He enlisted on 28 Feb. In March he was promoted to Lance Corporal, them Corporal and then reverted to private at his own request. This happened again in September He was wounded on 13 Sep. He was posted to the 5th Middlesex on 7 July and to the 4th on 1 August The 4th was in an action at Bucquoy from 21 to 25 August as part of the 63rd Brigade when he was killed.
There is an account of the battle in the 4th battalion wary which is available online at the National Archives. I hope this helps and good hunting in your research. If your Charles came from Acton, his full military service records are available to view on the Findmypast.
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Looking for information for Frederick William pelley was prisoner of war at mons Belgium Middlesex regiment Like Like. April 30, at pm Reply. Adam McGregor Like Like. May 29, at am Reply. Good hunting, Eric Graham Like Like. June 4, at pm Reply. July 6, at pm Reply. July 10, at pm Reply. November 4, at pm. August 19, at pm Reply. August 24, at pm Reply. Killed Like Like. August 24, at pm. Is there any information on him or photos of the army band Like Like.
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November 5, at pm Reply. This id the war diary entry for August 23, November 7, at pm Reply. November 8, at pm. It was an attack by German solders against the regiment trenches.
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The regiment was awarded a total of 81 battle honors and five of its officers and men were awarded 5 Victoria Crosses for gallantry. The regiment lost 12, casualties during the Great War. Hamilton, respectively. The battalion was the first British battalion to engage the German forces in the war at the Battle of Mons. Along with the 4th Battalion, The Royal Fusiliers, the 4th Middlesex held up 8 attacking German battalions until overwhelmed 4th artillery fire and manpower. On 1 Julthe 21st Division attacked Fricourt on the Somme front.
A mjddlesex B companies 4th Middlesex were beaten back within 5 minutes of the start of the assault and forced to retreat. After regrouping, they attacked again and managed 4thh gain some ground but with only 40 men reaching the first objective. The remaining 2 companies were also decimated trying to push further into the German lines. By 3 July, the 4th Middlesex had suffered casualties and was pulled from the line Again.
On 8 Jul it transferred with 63rd Brigade to 37th Division. The battalion took part in most of the major offensives and battles on the Western Front until the end of the war, including the war of attrition waged on the Somme front until Nov Like Like.
Are there diaries from — 15 middlesex might cover the action at Estelle that was reported with a picture in the News of The World. S He did live to be Good luck on your search. Eric, many thanks for your response and the details discovered. Kindest regards — Jack. I knock he was wounded at Loos and Armieteries.
The end of the war found him a POW. Prior to the war he had served 7 yeaqrs in the regiment. Any information you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Do you have a date for the military cross? R stand for? Looking for information for Frederick William pelley was prisoner of war at mons Belgium Middlesex regiment. There is a Frederick Pelley, 2nd Battalion.
There 4th a William John Pelley, 4th Battalion. No location or date given. Do you have any more information about your man? Regiment number? Do you have anything on him? A Hornsey, N. He received the Victory and British medals according 4th the middoesex index card on Ancestry. Good hunting, Eric Graham. Hi, l am looking for more info imddlesex my great grandfather Private Thomas Henry Bond, l know he was 4th battalion Duke of Cambridge own.
Middlesex Regiment, and was killed on the 23rd of August at Mons. What l am really looking for is a picture as no one in the family has ever seen a photo of him, or know of his movements before Mons.
There are no photos in the military records of individual solders. The war diaries rarely mention individual solders by name. As he was killed at Mons in August he must have been enlisted in the regular army prior to Based on his service number, he probably joined in or The 4th battalion was stationed at Devonport at that time.
My great uncle Percy J Bates was a regular in the 4th battalion Middlesex Regiment,he died of his wounds on 26th Augustand is buried in the Cement House Cemetery, in April the 4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment was serving in Ireland, I middlesex a photo of the his company on detachment in Dublin castle dated 28th April My first cousin three times removed, Francis Silvester Hider, service no.
He was K. Where would the Battalion have been at that time? On March 1 they moves into the trenches. Sorrell, A in Hedge St. On March 8 a 4th started 4ht am and continued until pm when the eneny attacked from the left. Like Liked by 1 person. I wonder if you could possibly confirm? I know that the 4th 4th in Achiet le Grand on 23rd August, having said that.
Any assistance gratefully received! On August 19 the Regiment was at Rettemay Farm. The diary middlese not cover the period from August 20 — 25 but there is a typewritten report of the battle from August 21 — The Regiment assembled the night of 21st.
The objective was high ground east of Bucquoy. They attacked through fog. The Regiment rested on the 22nd and moved to the north of Logeast wood at night. They attacked at 11 am meeting resistance at Achiet-le-Grand. At pm they pushed on beyond Bihdcourt. On 23rd advanced on Biefvilles and received orders at pm to middledex towards the Bapaume-Arras road south of Monument.
Zero hour was 5 am on the middlesex. After the battle, the Regiment withdrew to Achiet-le-Petit. Killed 2 officers 22 other ranks Wounded 9 offices other ranks Missing 25 other ranks.
Thanks for this — much appreciated. 4th great great Grandad was it the 4th battalion army number L he was a Drummer in the army band middlesx later became band master niddlesex was discharged in due to poor health.
Is there any middlesex on him or photos of the army band. I am not aware of any photos of the army band. We are looking for any information available on Charles Donald a great uncle. Oonly 4th we have is he was a star recipient and part of the Duke of Cambridge own Middlesex regiment, 4th battalion, possibly a private, Herbert W. Middlesex Reg. He was awarded the Victory medal, the British Medal and the Star. He entered the war zone on 9 Oct. That is all the information I could find.
Do you have a regiment number? Where did you find the information you have that middlesex was a star recipient? Thank you so much for your help- my family were so glad to middlesex some more information on Herbert W. My grandfather, Lieutenant John Birch Bucknill, was severely wounded on 12 October while fighting with the 4th Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment.
Do you know where the Battalion was fighting on that day, please? Entrenched as far as time mkddlesex permit. Order of Companies. Battle commenced at am, middlesex started at pm. He was awarded the Victory, British and Star medals. His mother, Clara, was granted a war gratuity of two pounds ten in December and another seven pounds in September I could not find his enlistment papers which would have noted his health.
Many enlistment papers were destroyed in the second world war bombing. There was a raid on the battalion on June 2nd where one man was killed and five wounded so it is possible he was wounded in that attack. The war diaries do not normally list the names of other ranks who are killed or wounded so there is no way to be sure. The regiment was at Meaulte at the time.
Thank you so much for that extra information. Can you tell me if the raid was 4th air raid or other type of attack? Can you help at all?
Middlwsex served with the 4th Batt as well as the 1st Batt. This book covers the Middlesex 1 Special Company. His pension middlewex survived and is available at the British Archives and has a wealth on information about his war service. Middlesex reg. They do appear to be brothers.
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4th Battalion, The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) was based in Devonport with 8th Brigade, 3rd Division when war broke out in August Middlesex County was organized into seven regiments under the command of Brigadier General Oliver Prescott of Groton. The Fourth Middlesex Regiment.
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