NameCaptain Arthur Maitland BYNG
BirthMar 1873, Southsea, Ryde, Hampshire
Death14 Sep 1914, Vailly, France
FatherArthur Hervey BYNG (1845-1923)
MotherFlorence FULLER-MAITLAND (~1847-1914)
Notes for Captain Arthur Maitland BYNG
In the January to March 1873 birth index Arthur Maitland Byng, Portsea Island, Hampshire, volume 2b, page 466.

In the 1881 census Rugby House, Landport, Portsea, Hampshire.
Head Arthur H. Byng, age 35, Retired Lieutenant Royal Navy Captain Irish Militia, born Rickling, Essex.
Wife Florence Byng, age 34, born Stanstead, Essex.
Daughter Kathleen Byng, age 10, scholar, born Southsea, Hampshire.
Son Arthur M. Byng, age 8, scholar, born Southsea.
Son Harold Byng, age 6, scholar, born Southsea.
Daughter Beatrice Byng, age 5, scholar, born Southsea.
Son John Byng, age 3, born Southsea.
Daughter Norah Byng, age 2, born Southsea.
Son Ralph Byng, age 10 months, born Southsea.
4 servants.

In the 1901 census Walford?, [seems to be on Bellevue Road], Ryde, Hampshire.
Head Arthur H. Byng, age 55, retired naval officer, born Ricking, Essex.
Wife Florence Byng, age 53, born Hansted?, Essex.
Daughter Kathleen M. Byng, single, age 30, born Southsea, Hampshire.
Son Arthur M. Byng, single, age 28, Captain Royal Marines, born Southsea.
Daughter Beatrice M. F. Byng, single, age 25, born Southsea.
Daughter Norah W. Byng, single, age 22, born Southsea.
3 servants.

In the 1911 census Stanstead Hall, Burton End, Stansted Essex.
Nephew Arthur Mattiaud Byng, age 38, single, Army Royal Fusiliers, born Southsea, Hampshire.
He is staying with his mother’s brother William Fuller Maitland, age 75 widower, landowner and some of his uncles family. There are 9 servants.

UK Soldiers died in the Great War
Arthur Maitland Byng, Captain, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), killed in action September 14, 1914.

UK De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour
Arthur Maitland Byng, Captain 4th Battalion The Royal Fusiliers (City of London regiment), son of Major A. H. Byng, late Leinster Regiment, formerly Lieutenant Royal Navy; born Southsea, Hampshire 26 October 1872; educated The Grange, Cowes, and by an Army tutor at Caen; gazetted 2nd Lieutenant, West Indian regiment 28 September 1895, promoted Lieutenant 14 October 1897 and Captain 27 June 1900, transferring to the Royal Fusiliers 16 March 1901; served in the South African War 1902, being employed in the Mounted Infantry; took part in the operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony and Cape Colony, January to 31 May, 1902 (Queen’s medal with four clasps): was employed with the Egyptian Army from 3 November 1903 to 26 August 1905 and from 20 November 1908 to 19 May 1912, was Adjutant of the Special reserve; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders, was killed in action at Vailly, during the Battle of the Aisne, 14 September 1914.

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