M'shipman Victor William Linton RNR

His record shows only British War Medal, so did not serve overseas.

1900 Aug 22. Born Newmonksland, Scotland

1901 census at House, Colmonell

LINTON, William Head Married M 67 1834 General Labourer
Peebles, Peeblesshire
LINTON, Cristina Wife Married F 59 1842
Shotts, Lanarkshire
LINTON, Cristine Daughter Single F 15 1886 Dressmaker
Peebles, Peeblesshire
LINTON, Sarah Granddaughter F 11 1890 Scholar
LINTON, William Grandson M 10 1891 Scholar
LINTON, Victor Grandson M 0 (7 MONTHS) 1901
Glasgow, Lanarkshire

1918 Sep 19. Commissioned temp Midshipman in RNR

1920 Sep 7. Joined ADRIC with service no 502. Posted to K Coy

1920 Dec 12. A/CQM.

1920 Dec 13 CQM

1921 Mar 26 Posted to Depot

1921 Apr 2. Posted to Q Coy as CQM (dated 26 Mar 1921)

1921 Apr 16. posted back to Depot, reverts to T/Cadet

1921 Jun 11 to 25 Jun on Leave

1921 Aug 28 to 6 Sep on Leave

1921 Sep 6. Resignation accepted after 12 months service in RIC

1922 Mar 28. Joined the British Gendarmerie section of the Palestine Police as a Constable

1927 Oct 27 Marries in Scotland

1928 Aug 20. Arrives in UK from Sudan with wife Mary Christine. He is an accountant. UK address is 160 George St, Ayr

1937 Feb 8, Joins RNVR in London

1940 Dec 4. Appointed Lt in R Army Pay Corps.— Victor William LINTON (159208)

1949 Nov 29. Capt. & Paymr. V. W. LINTON (159208) relinquishes his commn. on account of disability, retaining the rank of Capt

1949 He died in Scotland aged 49.

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