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 World War 1 Audley Combatants whose Christian Names commence with the letters R to T

  The aim of the World War 1 pages in the Audley Family History website is to list all the people with the Audley & Aidley surnames who were combatants in World War 1 and to  provide a Tag Number so that their individual history can be linked to one of the Family Histories detailed within the 'Family Tree' pages on this website. Also included within these listings are a  few individuals who did not have the Audley surname but do have the name Audley name  as one of their forenames.  The individuals are listed in alphabetical of their forenames and where only the initials of the individual is known they listed at the beginning of those people whose forename begins with the same initial letter.

  The information on this page has been complied from a number of sources including; the Imperial War Museum website; British Army, Service & Pension records and Medal Roll Records from a well known subscription website.  For those people where service records or pension records survive there is usually sufficient information to identify the individual within the family trees developed on this website. Where service and and pension records do not exist the identification of the individual is purely based on the individuals name, in some cases such as where the individual only has a single forename, which frequently occurs it has not been possible to identify the individual.

If you have any additional information about these people and are willing to share any information with us please contact us through the website contact page.

  Tag     Combatant
         
 

{A77}

kingsliverpool  

Randle Poole Audley

 Born7th December 1880     Died Q1 1963

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

Enlisted: 15th November 1915 to the Army Reserve

Transfered: 1st June 1916 to 2/4th Battn, The Royal Welch Fusiliers, Private #10317

Discharged: 4th August 1916

Reason  for discharge: in consequence of not being likely to become an efficient soldier on medical grounds.

Re-enlisted: late 1916/ early1917.

British Army,3rd Battn Border Regiment, Private, #32485

British Army, Labour Corps, Private, #386597

British Army,30th Battn King's Liverpool Regiment, Private, #102477

 A pension record exists for this person

         
 

Possibly

{F60}

RFA

 

Robert Audley

 Born 18th May 1885     Died 17th September 1918

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Army, 14th Brigade Royal Horse Artillery, Gunner, #20216

British Army, Royal Field Artillery, Gunner, #20216

This person has been identified based on his name

         
  Not related to any family tree on this website  Inniskilling  

Robert Audley

 Born ????     Died ????

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Army, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Private, #2728

He fought at Gallipoli and was a Prisoner of War in Germany

He had a brother Charles also a member of the same regiment

His service record survives

         
 

{A89}

 tankcorp  

Robert Frederick Audley

Born 1883/4     Died ????

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

Date of Enlistment: 10th December 1915

British Army, A S B(A), Private #38472

British Army, 5th Tank Corps, Private, #200952

Date of discharge: 25th March 1919

Reason for discharge: discharged on medical grounds having been wounded or taken seriously ill. ( He spent almost 1 year in Bevan Military Hospital, Sandgate Kent & Military Hospital Herne Bay Kent

Total Service 3 years 106 days

Overseas Service

France 26th June 1917 to 28th March 1918.

Awarded the Silver War Badge

Awarded Campaign Medals of: Victory Medal, & British Star).

His Pension Record survives

         
 

Possibly

{C8}

 merchantnavy  

Robert William Audley

Born 1880     Died    ????

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Merchant Navy, Seaman  1914 - 1918

This person has been identified based on his name

         
 

Possibly

{A91}

merchantnavy  

Samuel Audley

Born 1880     Died    ????

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Merchant Navy, Seaman  1914 - 1918

This person has been identified based on his name

         
    Hussars  

Samuel Audley

 Born ????     Died ????

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Army, Dorset Yeomanry, Private, #73461

British Army, Household Cavalry and Cavalry of the Line (incl. Yeomanry and Imperial Camel Corps) #73461

British Army, Staffordshire Yeomanry, Private, #73461

British Army, 1st County of London Yeomanry, Private, #73461

British Army, Corps of Hussars, Private, #73461

This person has not been identified

         
 

{A103}

 240972

 

Samuel Audley

 Born 12th June 1896     Died 20th March 1964

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

Enlistment Date: 9th November 1914

British Army, King's 2/6th Battn Liverpool Regiment, Sergeant, #2854

British Army, King''s 2/6th Battn Liverpool Regiment, Sergeant, #240972

Demobilised: 23rd March 1919

Overseas Service

France 14th February 1917 to ........

His service record survives

This person has been identified from family knowledge

         
 

{N6}

RGA

 

Samuel William Audley

 Born23rd February 1880     Died Q1 1926

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

Enlistment Date: 28th October 1915

British Army, Royal Garrison Artillery, Gunner, #61174

British Army, Royal Garrison Artillery 13th Company, Gunner, #61174

He had overseas service.

Date of Discharge: 3rd July 1918.

Reason for Discharge: discharged on medical grounds having been wounded or taken seriously ill. (he contracted Malaria.)

Awarded the Silver War Badge

 (record notes he was a Carter,. Awarded the “British Medal” & “Victory Medal”.)

His service record survives

         
 

{J60}

Kingsrifle1  

Sidney Audley

 Born Q2 1897      Died Q2 1957

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

Enlistment date: 14th August 1914

British Army, King's Royal Rifle Corps, Lance Corporal, #6/1096

British Army, King's Royal Rifle Corps, Sergeant, #6/1096

He served overseas in France 27th August 1915 to 29th December 1918

Total service 6 years

Discharge Date 13th August 1920

 

A pension record exists for this person

         
 

{T85}

 devonshire  

Sydney Harold Audley

 Born Q2 1899     Died ????

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

Date of Enlistment: 22nd August 1917

British Army, Devonshire Regiment, Private, #81322

British Army, Devonshire Regiment, Private, #43537

British Army, Labour Corps, Private, #656103

Date of Discharge: 17 January 1919

Overseas service 

From 3 September 1919 served as a guard at a 'POW' camp in France

His service record survives

         
  {E14}
Dragoons  

Thomas Audley

 Born 12th November 1871     Died Q2 1939

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

Date of Enlistment: 15th August 1892

 British Army, 2nd Battalion Dragoon Guards, # 4009,

 British Army, 5th (RO) Lancers Battalion #4872. #12552

 First Date of Discharge: 14th August 1914

 Service during first enlistment: 22 Years

 It appears that immediately after his discharge he reinlisted as he has a second discharge date of 8th March 1919

 Overseas Service

  India 1st December 1893 to 20th October 1894

  Egypt 21st October 1894 to 3rd November 1896

  South Africa 29th April 1898 to 10th November 1901

  He was wounded at Wilderfontein South Africa

  During second period of entiltment he spent time at the Curragh in Ireland (he suffered from deafness)

 Medals

  Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (with Gratuity)

  Queen's South Africa Medal with the following clasps; Belfast; Orange Free State; Elandslaagte; Defence of Ladysmith

A Pension Record Exists for this person

         
     Worc Cap Badge 1914  

Thomas Audley

Born 1885-86 based on age at discharge

Died ????

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Army, Worcestershire Regiment, Private, #23257

Enlisted 5th September 1914

Discharged: 26th May 1916 aged 30

Reason for discharge; discharged on medical grounds having been wounded or taken seriously ill.

Awarded the 'Silver War Badge'

This person has not been identified

         
  {V28}  Misslesex1  

 Thomas Charles Audley

 Born 1872   Died Q1 1967

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Army, 32nd Battn Middlesex Regiment, #O6312

Enlistment Date: 3rd June 1918 ( aged 45 years and 10 months)

         
      Possibly

{G11}

suffolk  

Thomas Francis (Frank) Audley

 Born 21st March 1893     Died 5th October 1960

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Army, Suffolk Regiment, Private, #242145

British Army, Durham Light Infantry, Private, #78809

This person has been identified by his name

         
   

{B37}

 kingsliverpool  

Thomas Henry Audley

 Born 1881     Died Q3 1956

Military Unit; Rank & Service Number

British Army, Liverpool Regiment, Private, #266501

This person has been identified based on his name

         

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