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Bertram Maurice Cohen Tyler

Born:
10 Shevat 5646 (16 January 1886)
Died:
1973

Basic Information

Unique reference:
COH7304
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
10 Shevat 5646 (16 January 1886)
Place of birth:
London, Great Britain

Death

Date of death:
1973
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
London
Cause of death:
Pneumonia
Burial place:
Cremated, London

Places

Addresses

Parents' home:
Blenheim Gardens Cricklewood, London (1914)
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Bertram in the military, 05 April 2016

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Enlisted in India in 1914.
Sent to France with 5th Cavalry.
Transferred to Supply and Transport Corp, which became The Royal Army Services Corp.
Went by military transport to Marseilles.
Transferred to Allenby's Army and went to Palestine.
1918 appointed Military Governor of Homs, Syria.
Retired from the Army in January 1920, rank of Acting Major.

Family

Spouse

Louisa Hart (female)
Place of marriage:
London
Country of marriage:
Great Britain

Siblings

Alfred Douglas Cohen Tyler (male)
William Bernard Cohen Tyler (male)

Parents

Father: Charles Laurence Cohen Tyler (male)

Military Record

Date enlisted/conscripted:
1904
Date discharged/death:
1920
Assignments
Regiment:
5th Cavalry
Posting:
France
Regiment:
Supply & Transport Corp (Royal Army Services Corp)
Posting:
Marseilles, France; Palestine; Homs, Syria
Medals:
The 1914-15 star, British War Medal 1914-18, The Allied Victory Medal

Other Occupations

Type of employment:
Export of textiles to India and Far East
Organisation:
Tyler Brothers Eastern LTD

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