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Name: WORTHAM, Philip William Temple Hale CB (Brigadier)

Birth Date: 21.3.1874 London

Death Date: 16.6.1955 Chichester

Nationality: British

First Date: 1899

Last Date: 1902

Profession: Military

Married: In Curepipe, Mauritius 23 Apr 1908 Elsie May 'Fanny' Perromat b. 1891 Curepipe, d. 21 Sep 1959 Tavistock

Children: Geoffrey Christopher Hale (1913 Woolwich-1967); Hugh Philip (20 Oct 1919 Woolwich-2004)

Book Reference: Hobley, Moyse, Debrett, North, EA Diary 1903

War Service: 2nd Batt. West Riding Regt./Uganda Rifles

General Information:

Debrett - entered Duke of Wellington's Regt 1895 (employed in Uganda Protectorate and with KAR 1899-1903); transferred to RAOC 1908, and is Col.; Uganda 1900 in Nandi Expedition (medal with clasp), Somaliland 1902-3 (clasp), European War 1914-18 (CB, Brevets Lieut.-Col. and Col., medal); appointed Assist. Director of Equipment and Ordnance Stores, War Office 1927-8, Inspector of Army Ordnance Sers. 1928-9, and Ch. Progress Officer, Min of Supply 1939-46
North - From Shepperton, Surrey; arr. Mombasa 18/12/1899; dep. Mombasa for Uganda 21/12/1899; based Eastern Mil. District May 1901; dep. Mombasa for Fort Ternan 23/4/1902; dep. Mombasa for England 7/5/1902; Listed as Subaltern 4th Batt. KAR on Coronation Duty, July 1902; resigned end of appt. 15/8/1903
Hobley - with Major Parkin and African column at time of Nandi expedition.
Moyse - 4 KAR - 1902 - Involved in handling trouble with the Nandi (Capt.)

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