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|Snow, Thomas D'Oyly.|
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Feb. 7, 1878.
S. of the Rev. George D'Oyly (Exeter College, Oxford, 1836) (and Maria Jane). [B. May 5, 1858], at Newton Valence, hants.
Bapt. June 13, 1858.
Matric. Lent 1878.
Second Lieut., Somerset L.I., 1879; Lieut., 1881; Capt., 1887.
In the Zulu War, and the Soudan expedition, 1884-5; wounded.
Major, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1897.
Brigade Major, Khartoum 1898; transferred to the Northamptonshire Regt. (in India), 1899; Brevet Lieut.-Colonel, 1898; mentioned in despatches twice.
Colonel and D.Q.M.G. of the 8th Corps, 1903.
Brigadier-General, Eastern Command, 1906-9. C.B., 1907.
G.O.C., 11th Brigade, 1909; Major-General, 1910.
G.O.C., 6th Division, 1911.
In the Great War, 1914-19 (G.O.C., 7th Corps, 1915; mentioned in despatches six times; K.C.B., 1915; K.C.M.G., 1917; Commander, Legion of Honour (France); Grand Officer, Order of Leopold (Belgium); Belgian Croix de Guerre; Lieut.-Gen., 1918). Retired, 1920.
During the battle of the Aisne, he had a bad riding accident from which he never fully recovered.
Married, 1897, Charlotte Geraldine, 2nd dau. of Major-Gen.
John Talbot Coke, and had issue.
Died Aug. 30, 1940, in London.
Lists; Walford, County Families; Who was Who; The Times, Aug. 30, 1940.)
|Thomas D'oyly SNOW |
Approx. lifespan: 18581940
pens. St John's College adm1878:02:07
s. of Rev. George D' Oyly (1836) (and Maria Jane). [
b. 1858:05:05 Newton Valence, Hampshire ,
Second Lieutenant: Somerset L.I. 1879
In the Zulu War Zulu, [South Africa], and the Soudan expedition [Sudan], 1884-85
Inniskilling Fusiliers 1897
Brigade Major: Khartoum, [Sudan], 1898
transferred to Northamptonshire Regiment ( India , ) 1899
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel: 1898
Mentioned in Despatches twice.
Colonel: and D.Q.M.G. of 8th Corps 1903
Brigadier-General, Eastern Command 1906-09
G.O.C., 11th Brigade 1909
G.O.C., 6th Division 1911
In the Great War 1914-19
(G.O.C., 7th Corps 1915
Mentioned in Despatches six times; K.C.B. 1915
Commander: Legion of Honour ( France , );
Grand Officer: Order of Leopold ( Belgium , );
Belgian Croix de Guerre;
Lieutenant-General: (1918). retired1920
During the battle of the Aisne, [France], he had a bad riding accident from which he never fully recovered.
m. 1897 Charlotte Geraldine COKE 2nd dau. of Major-General John Talbot COKE
d. 1940:08:30 in London ,
( Eton School Lists ; Walford, County Families; Who was Who; The Times 1940:08:30)