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Sir George Malcolm
Wilhelmina Charlotte Hughes
Reverend J. H. Sykes
George Malcolm
Frances Emily Sykes
(c 1864-)

Major George John Malcolm


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Major George John Malcolm 218,292

  • Born: 24 June 1891, Dominion City, Manitoba, Canada 10
  • Died: 9 July 1916, St. Omer, France aged 25 26

bullet  General Notes:

Was severely wounded in March 1915 and was invalided home; on recovery was made Squadron Commander at Hounslow, Chelmsford, Norwich and Dover; returned to France where he commanded No. 20 Squadron; was killed in an aeroplane accident. Buried at Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery.
Grave IV. A. 1.


Son of George and Frances Emily Malcolm, of 48, Perham Rd., West
Kensington, London.
Regiment: Royal Flying Corps
Unit Text: 20th Sqdn.
Secondary Regiment: Royal Field Artillery


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. He appeared on the census in 1911 in 48 Perham Road, Fulham, London. 10

2. He served in the military in 1911 in Flanders, Belguim.

3. He served in the military in June 1914 in Lieutenant.

4. Promotion: June 1915, Captain.

5. Promotion: March 1916, Major.

6. Resided: 9 July 1916, 48 Perham Road, Fulham, London. 13

7. His funeral was held on 11 July 1916 in French Souvenir Cemetery, St. Omer, France.

8. He had an estate probated on 10 October 1916 in London. 13

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