1. Memorial:Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Flanders
2. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.120
3. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour11D GQS

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Family :

Son of the late John Dale and of Mrs. Dale, of 107, West End Lane, Hampstead, London; husband of Ellen Juliana Dale, of 14, Cobham Rd. Westcliff-on-Sea.

Service Life:


Unit / Ship / Est.: 1st Battalion Honourable Artillery Company 

1/1st Battalion August 1914 : in Finsbury, London. Attached as Army Troops to 1st London Division. 12 September 1914 : moved to Belhus Park. 20 September 1914 : landed at St. Nazaire and placed onto Lines of Communication. 10 November 1914 : transferred to 8th Brigade in 3rd Division. 9 December 1914 : transferred to 7th Brigade in same Division. 14 October 1915 : transferred to GHQ Troops. 9 July 1916 : transferred to 190th Brigade in 63rd (Royal Naval) Division. 29 June 1917 : transferred to GHQ Troops. 26 September 1918 : transferred to 4th Guards Brigade, which at this time was in Cavalary Corps. 25 October 1918 : transferred to GHQ Troops

Action : Winter Operations 1914-1915 

23 November 1914 - 6 February 1915. As the armies of 1914 fought themselves to exhaustion they settled down by the end of the year to the realities of static trench warfare. During the winter, activity was mostly comprised of a series of small scale raids and attempts by the BEF to gain superiority over the battlefront. At the same time increasing numbers of Territorial battalions and replacements for the Regular battalions came into theatre and had to be trained and acclimatised to trench occupation. This period was further noted for the severity of the weather and the need to rapidly source and equip the troops with adequate winter and waterproof equipment, whilst improving the trench conditions. Miserable times.

DALE, John, Cecil Sergeant, Honourable Artillery Company Elder son of the late John Dale, of Chiswell Street, K.C., by his wife. Harriet (107, West End Lane, West Hampstead; Served with the C.I.V.V in the South African War,1900; and with the Honourable Artillery Coy. in the European War, 1914; Killed in action at Kemmel, Belgium, 26 Oct. 1914, being shot by a sniper.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : FitzRoy No. 569 E.C.London

28th April 1911
24th November 1911
26th January 1912

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