|Died||1966 (aged 77-78)|
|Years of service||1908–1946|
|Commands held||Salisbury Plain District
Northern Ireland District
|Battles/wars||World War I
World War II
|Awards||Companion of the Order of the Bath
He served in World War I in the Dardanelles and in France and Belgium. After the War he became British Representative at the International Commission in Teschen in Poland before becoming an Instructor in Tactics at the Royal School of Military Engineering in 1923. He was appointed a General Staff Officer and then Assistant Adjutant General at the War Office before becoming a Brigadier on the General Staff of Eastern Command in 1935. In 1939 he returned to the Royal School of Military Engineering as Commandant.
He served in World War II as Engineer-in-Chief for the British Expeditionary Force in France and Belgium before becoming General Officer Commanding Northern Ireland District in 1940. He was appointed Commander of IX Corps in 1941 and Commander of Salisbury Plain District in 1942. His last appointment was as Controller General for Army Provision (Eastern Group) in 1943. He retired in 1946.
|General Officer Commanding the British Army in Northern Ireland
|GOC, IX Corps
June 1941 – November 1941