Robert Auld (British Army officer)
|Years of service||1869 - 1911|
|Battles/wars||Second Boer War|
|Awards||Companion of the Order of the Bath|
Auld was commissioned into the 5th Regiment of Foot in 1869. He was appointed Aide-de-camp to the Governor of Malta in 1878, Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General at Headquarters Southern District in 1882 and Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at Headquarters Ireland in 1889. He went on to be Commander of the Mounted Infantry at Aldershot Command in 1892, Assistant Adjutant General at Headquarters North Western District in 1894 and Assistant Adjutant General at Headquarters Southern District in 1897. His next appointments were as Assistant Director General of Ordnance in 1899, Assistant Quartermaster General at Army Headquarters (War Office) later in 1899 and Deputy Quartermaster General at Army Headquarters on 7 April 1902. Finally he became Director of Supplies and Clothing in 1904, Commander of the Infantry Brigade at Gibraltar in 1905 and Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey in 1908.
- Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives
- The London Gazette: . 22 April 1902.
- Armstrong Siddeley Motors: The Cars, the Company and the People by Billy Smith, p.32
- The London Gazette: . 12 May 1911. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
|Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey
Sir Edward Hamilton