NameArthur John Kennedy McCAUSLAND , 2C2R
Birth9 Sep 1892
Death9 Aug 1915, Suvla Bay
Notes for Arthur John Kennedy McCAUSLAND
In the October to December 1892 birth index, Arthur John K. McCausland, Richmond, Surrey. volume 2a, page 355.
In the 1901 census 8 The Avenue, Richmond, Surrey. Chester S. McCausland, head, age 46, living on his own means, born India. Patience McCausland, married, age 43, born Powick Worcestershire. Daughter Ella G. McCausland, single, age 14, born Richmond. Daughter Catherine P. McCausland, age 12, born Richmond. Daughter Frances A. McCausland, age 10, born Richmond. Son Arthur J. K. McCausland, age 8, born Richmond. Daughter Elizabeth M. McCausland, age 6, born Richmond. A governess and a general servant.
In the 1911 census 8 The Avenue Kew Gardens, Richmond, Surrey. Chester Stanley McCausland, age 56, private means, born Simla India. Wife Patience McCausland, age 53, married 26 years, private means, born Powick, Worcestershire. Daughter Ella Grace McCausland, single, age 24, domestic work at home, born Kew, Surrey. Daughter Catherine Patience McCausland, single, age 22, domestic work at home, born Kew, Surrey. Daughter Ella Frances Adeline, single, age 20, private governess, born Kew, Surrey. Son Arthur J. Kennedy McCausland, single, age 18, art student, born Kew, Surrey. Daughter Elizabeth May McCausland, single, age 16, born Kew, Surrey.
A. J. K. McCausland
McCAUSLAND, ARTHUR JOHN KENNEDY, 2nd Lieut., 6th (Service ) Battalion. The Border Regiment, only s. of the late Chester Stanley McCausland, by his wife, Patience (30, Church Road, Richmond), daughter of Thomas Keelinge Homer, of Sedgley, co. Staffs; b. Kew, co. Surrey, 9 Sept. 1892; educated privately, and King’s College, Strand, London, W.C.; was a Clerk in the Union of South Africa Office in Victoria Street, S.W.; enlisted in the Northamptonshire Regiment. In Sept. 1914, after the outbreak of war; was gazetted 2nd Lieut. Border Regiment. 17 Dec. following; served with the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force at Gallipoli from July, and was killed in action at Suvla Bay 9 Aug. 1915, while leading his platoon in the advance after the taking of Chocolate Hill. Buried near there; unmarried.
Taken from the McCausland genealogy web site
Medal card Arthur John Kennedy McCausland
2nd Lt. Border Regt.
Theatre of War Gallipole
Killed in action 9 8 15
15 Star medal
application made by Mr. P McCausland on behalf of his late son 5 .1.19
address 20 Church Road, Richmond, Surrey
Retd by Patience McCausland 24.2.21 [This may mean the correspondence was returned, or was it the medal?]
National Probate Calendar
Arthur John Kennedy McCausland of 30 Church-road Richmond Surrey died 10 August 1915 at the Gallipoli Peninsula on active service Administration (with Will) London 5 October 1915 to Patience McCausland (wife of Chester Stanley McCausland). Effects 420 pounds 4 shillings.