Cumberbatch Family History


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17301 Witness: Thomas Johnson
Witness: Ellen Rose Evans 
Family F463
17302 Witness: Thomas Martin
Witness: Robert Buckley 
Family F1412
17303 Witness: Thomas Poultney
Witness: Mary Cumberbatch 
Family F944
17304 Witness: Thomas Snape
Witness: Jane Antrobus
Witness: Joseph Cumberbirch 
Family F1768
17305 Witness: Thomas Whitsey
Witness: Mary Ann Whitsey 
Family F1293
17306 Witness: Thos Chambers
Witness: Abraham Parry Cumberbatch
Witness: Robert Burnet Jones 
Family F271
17307 Witness: W B Marville
Witness: G H Cumberbatch 
Family F1284
17308 Witness: W Lander
Witness: Elizabeth Lander 
Family F645
17309 Witness: WB Dickinson
Witness: Ann Lawton 
Family F1355
17310 Witness: William Bancks
Witness: Charles Ashurst 
Family F1829
17311 Witness: William Crump
Witness: Robert Comberbach
Witness: Ann Stydens?
Witness: David Young 
Family F1964
17312 Witness: William Cumberbatch
Witness: Ann Allen 
Family F1157
17313 Witness: William Cumberpatch
Witness: Elizabeth Farmer 
Family F823
17314 Witness: William Cumberpatch
Witness: Mary Cumberpatch 
Family F1194
17315 Witness: William Dunkley
Witness: Elizabeth Cumberpatch 
Family F1012
17316 Witness: William E Griffith
Witness: Benjamin Leacock 
Family F1258
17317 Witness: William Edward Wilson
Witness: Clara Ellen Wilson 
Family F681
17318 Witness: William Elson
Witness: Eliza Elson 
Family F1166
17319 Witness: William Henry Harris
Witness: Emily Peck Hill 
Family F495
17320 Witness: William Hilton
Witness: Jane Frost Cumberbeach 
Family F644
17321 Witness: William Jones
Witness: Mary Jane Short 
Family F1171
17322 Witness: William Kemp
Witness: Eliza Brown 
Family F821
17323 Witness: William Martin Stone
Witness: Sarah Cumberpatch 
Family F504
17324 Witness: William Stanway
Witness: Danl [Daniel] Bate 
Family F1485
17325 Witness: William Thomas Cumberpatch
Witness: George Henry Caswell 
Family F1227
17326 Witness: William Thomas Randell
Witness: Elizabeth Cumberpatch 
Family F499
17327 Witness: William Tomes
Witness: Hannah Tomes 
Family F1182
17328 Witness: William Trasler
Witness: Mary Gardner 
Family F890
17329 Witness: William Whitsey
Witness: Jane Whitsey 
Family F1175
17330 Witnessed by his brother Andrew Brennan. Family F2186
17331 Witnessed by: Elizabeth Francis French, Anna Griffith French, Jos Corbin, Sarah Austin French by A G French. [Sarah Austin French was her mother]. Family F2227
17332 Witnesses by Martha's sister Mary Smalley nee Comberbach. By licence. Family F66
17333 Witnesses: James John SALMON & Ada Elizabeth Salmon. Family F510
17334 Wm Comberbatch, "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975"
Name: Wm Comberbatch
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 23 May 1830
Birth Date:
Death Date:
Name Note:
Father's Name: Thos Comberbatch
Father's Birthplace:
Father's Age:
Mother's Name: Mary
Mother's Birthplace:
Mother's Age:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C03938-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 435815
Reference ID:
Citing this Record: "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 28 Sep 2013), Wm Comberbatch, 23 May 1830.
Source Type: Baptism 
Source (S6873)
17335 WOOD, the surname of a tribe of Welsh gipsies; there are of course other tribes of gipsies in Wales, such as the Ingrams, the Boswells, and the Lovells, but the Woods deserve special mention, for two reasons. In the first place, the tribe is so large and wide-spread that the expression ‘Abram Wood 's family’ (in some places called ‘Alabama's family’) became a generic term in the rural areas for gipsies as such; e.g. in Twm o'r Nant 's Pleser a Gofid ‘Sal o'r Sowth’ claims that she is related to Abram Wood. Secondly, for nearly two centuries this tribe provided Wales with a remarkable line of harpists. The principal source of the history of the tribe is the Journal of the Gipsy Lore Society, and above all the articles contributed by John Sampson (1862 - 1931), late librarian of Liverpool University. His views on the tribe are followed in the present article; opposite p. 200 of the J.G.L.S. for 1934 there is a detailed and complicated table of the Wood family prepared by Sampson, and based chiefly on the oral traditions of the tribe, the dates being in some cases confirmed by entries in the parish registers. Some of the writers in the J.G.L.S. have gone astray by assuming that every Wood in Wales was a member of this tribe, e.g. the Woods who were settled in Llanbryn-mair from 1500 on (one of them was a churchwarden in 1697), Woods who were respectable merchants at Carmarthen as early as 1630, even the Londoner, colonel Wood, who was Member of Parliament for Brecknock (see under Williams families of Gwernyfed).

It used to be thought that ABRAHAM WOOD ( 1699? - 1799 ) and his family came to Wales from Frome (Somerset), but it is now accepted ( J.G.L.S. , 1931 , 171-87) that the man from Frome was not the same Abraham Wood. According to his great-grandson, John Roberts, the Newtown harpist (1816 - 1894), who spoke Romany fluently, our Abram came to the Severn region (Llanidloes, Llanbryn-mair, Machynlleth) ‘some 200 years’ before the time at which John Roberts was writing. But, according to Robert Roberts 'the great scholar' (1834 - 1885), the Woods were to be found round about Flintshire in 1765-8 (Roberts' autobiography 31-6). Abram was a fiddler and not a harpist - it was in Wales that his family learned to play the harp. He is said to have been 100 years old at the time of his death. The date is well known, for he died on the roadside near Llwyngwril, and was buried at Llangelynnin, 12 Nov. 1799 - the entry in the parish register being ‘Abram Woods, a travelling Egyptian.’ He is known to have had three sons, Valentine , William , and Solomon (the ‘great scholar's’ grandmother spoke of Tom and Robin), and a daughter, Damaris, who married an Ingram from north Cardiganshire. This article is concerned with only two of the sons, and those of their descendants who became well-known harpists . As has been already indicated, the family was very numerous - and, as is customary among the gipsies, there was a great deal of inter-marriage among the various branches of the family. 
Wood, Abraham (I9012)
17336 World War II: Convoy OB 290: The cargo ship was bombed and sunk in the Atlantic Ocean (54°07′N 17°06′W by Luftwaffe aircraft with the loss of 27 crew

26 February 1941 - Llanwern - bombed by aircraft off south west coast of Ireland. 54°N 17°W on voyage from Sorel (Quebec) with grain and timber for Avonmouth.

Tower Hill Memorial, London, England
Monument: Mercantile Marine Memorial - WW2
Rank Fireman and Trimmer
Unit S.S. Llanwern (London)
Regiment Merchant Navy
Died 26-02-1941, age 28
Reference Panel 65. 
Cumberbatch, George Duront (I11515)
17337 World War Two Service

Service Australian Army
Service Number NX44211
Date of Birth 15 Jul 1903
Date of Enlistment 03 Sep 1941
Locality on Enlistment BARELLAN, NSW
Place of Enlistment PADDINGTON, NSW
Next of Kin CUMBERBATCH, SARAH [his mother?]
Date of Discharge 02 Apr 1946
Rank Private
Prisoner of War No
Honours None for display 
Cumberbatch, Leonard (I1442)
17338 World War Two Service

Veteran Details
Service Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number 23710
Date of Birth 08 Aug 1899
Date of Enlistment 31 Oct 1940
Locality on Enlistment SOUTH END, QLD
Place of Enlistment BRISBANE, QLD
Date of Discharge 31 Jan 1946
Rank Warrant Officer
Posting at Discharge 3 Personnel Depot
Prisoner of War No
Honours None for display 
Cumberlege, Eric Charles Warner (I1698)
17339 Wounded at the Battle of Waterloo. He was a Sergeant Major. Brebner, Alexander (I9988)
17340 Wounded: Gunshot Wound Head Confused. Sev: 25 March 1918 (B103 shows accidental injured on duty) Thom, Percy (I8724)
17341 WS 1696 James Cumberbach Tanner of Nantwich dated: 5 Oct 1696 buried: 20 Oct 1696 proved: 31 Oct 1696
Source Type: Will 
Source (S6766)
17342 WS1632: Will of John Comberbache of Alvanley, Frodsham, Cheshire dated: 26 Oct 1631 buried: 4 Nov 1631 proved: 1632

In the name of god amen. I John Comberbache of Alvanley in the parishe of Frodsham and in the County of Chester Husbandman being sicke in bodie but yett of good and p[er]fect memory I thank god for it the xxvi day of October in the anno dni 1631 doe make my last will and Testament in manner and forme following, first I Comitt my soule into the handes of the lord my god, hoping to be saved by the meritts and death of my savior Jesus Christ and I comitt my bodie to the earth from where it came and to be buried in the parishe church of Frodsham at the discretion of my executors and as for my temporall goodes Cattells and Chattells both moveable and unmoveable whatsoever my voice is that they be ordered and distributed after this manner. First my mynde and will is that my debts legacies and funerall expences shallbe paid and discharged uppon the whole.
Itm Whereas my sonne John Comberbache hath formerly putt me to great charges, and cost me a great deale of money in getting him a trade & other necessaries, I doe give him five shillings of currant englishe money in full payment and satisfaction of his childs It and porcon of all my goodes Cattells and Chattells whatsoever for ev[er] hereafter making clayme or p’pertie unto them, or any It thereof but from atten or title of any right hereunto is utterly secluded and barred for ever more by these p[er]seuts.
Itm whereas further I have left unto my other children their severall porcons to be raised out of my Tenemt as will appeare by one assignemt lawfully executed under my hand and seale. I doe give unto them evry one xijs. That is to say unto my daughter Anne Comberbache, xijs unto Alice xijs unto my sonne Edmond Comberbache xijs and to my sonne Raffe xijs in full payment & discharge of their siliall porcons of my goodes and Catells.

Itm the rest and residue of my goodes and Cattels my debts legacies and funerall expences being first paid and discharged as afforesd I doe give unto my wiffe Joane Comberbache and my sonne Robt Comberbach to be devided equally amongst them; and for the true and p[er]fect p[er]formance of this my will and testament to be truely p[er]formed I doe make my sonne Robt Comberbache and my Kinsman Rychard Wesson my true and lawfull executors to prove my will and soe my debts legacies and funerall expences discharged as my trust is in them; and I make Rychard Willckson of Manley and William Asbrocke of Helsbie overseer of the same.

signed Johis Comberbach

Debts owing unto me John Comberbache

Inprs John Stocken xxs wch I paid for him unto William Bashell?
Itm vijs more wch I paid for him unto William Asbrocke
Itm xxs more of his debt unto the Northerne men
Itm iijli more of his debt unto Mr Henry Birkhened
Itm iili xiijs iiijd more of the said John Stockens debt unto the Northern men
Itm iiijli more of the sd John Stockens debt wch as yett is not paid to the Northern men.

Summe total xijli iiijd (£12 0s 4d)

Debts that I John Comberbache doe owe

Inprms To James Thomasson xxiiijli
Itm To John Alerthers Children iiijli
Itm To Edward Halton of Manley vijli
Itm To Margery Jameson iijli
Itm To Gean? Simw’cke ijli
Itm To Robt Conteth jli
Itm To William Wright iiijli vs
Itm To Edward Nanchreave jli vjs viijs
Itm To John Higgenett of Sutton ijli

Summe total 48li xjs viijd (£48 11s 8d)

Witnesse hereof
Robt Kellsall
Edmond Birche vera corpil comons ca original
A true and p[er]fect Inventory of all the goods Cattells and Chattells of John Comberbach of Alvanley in the parishe of Frodsham and in the County of Chester deceassed instly praised the xviijth day of November in Anno Dni 1631 by these flowe men Edmond Birche James Thomasson Rychard Simw’cke John Jameson as following:

Inprms Two heiffers, one bullocke and jt of a calfe vli iijs iiijd
Itm Sheepe iijli vjs iiijd
Itm one mare and a colt iiijli
Itm Two swine xxs
Itm Poultrie vjs viijd
Itm Corne and hay in the barne and some wheat wch is sowne xvjli
Itm Brasse and Pewter ijli vjs viijd
Itm Bedclothes and bessteed vjli
Itm Napery ware iijli xs
Itm one arke 3 coffers 1 table chares stooles & dsheboard iijli
Itm Treene ware and Trumpery ware xxs
Itm Husbandrie ware 4 pikes and Tooles vli
Itm Flaxe and hempe xxxs
Itm Hempeseede and Linseed iijs
Itm An Iron grate a saddle and bridle and sackes xs
Itm Coales Kemnell and Turves xiijs
Itm Butter and Cheese xs
Itm The decedants apparell xxxs

Summe total £55 9s 0d 
Comberbach, John (I10843)
17343 WS1704 Robert Cumberbach of Crook Aldersey Gentleman dated: 14 Oct 1703 buried: 31 Aug 1704 proved: 1704

In the name of God Amen the fourteenth day of October in ye yeare of our Lord God one Thousand Seven Hundred and Three I Robert Cumberbach the Elder of Crook Aldersey in the County of Chester Gentl[man]. Being of good and perfect memory praised be almighty God therefore yet not knowing how soone it may please God to call for me out of this transitory world and being desirous to settle my P[er]sonall and worldly Estate whereverth it hath pleased God to entrust me as that after my decease the same may remaine and come to such P[er]sons and uses as I have herein wiled and appointed and to prevent all discords and suites touching the same doe make this my Last Will in Manner and forme following (that is to say) first and principally I bequeath my Soul and Spirit into ye hands of almighty (sic) God my heavenly ffather by whom I trust to be saved through the death of my Saviour and Redeemer Jesus Christ I commit my Body to the earth to be buried att (sic) the discretion of my Executor herein after menconed (sic) and as touching and concerning the distribucon (sic) of my Worldly Estate I dispose of the same as followeth ffirst I give bequeath and devise all that Mesuage (sic) or Tenement all Land and apurtenances thereunto belonging Lying and being in Crook Aldersey aforesd (now or late in the tenure or occupacon (sic) of Tho Rowland) to my eldest son Robert Cumberbach his Heires and assigns forever and do hereby appoint my Executor hereaft[er] named that shall within three months next aft[er] my decease give and deliver up unto my sd Sone Robert Cumberbach or to the Heires of his Body all deeds and writings as concerne ye sd p[re]mises w[hi]ch shall come to the hands of my Exec[utor]. And whereas my sd son Robert Cumberbach is indebted and stands bound unto me in one Bond bareing date in or about the first day of February in the year of o[ur] Lord God one thousand Six Hundred ninety Six of the penalty of one Hundred and fifty pounds or some oth[er] great penalty for ye __ paym’t of three score and ten pounds of Lawfull Money of England at one whole paym’t att or within six years next aft[er] my decease, I give and bequeath Thirty pounds parte thereof unto my Daughter Ann Owen.
Itm. I give and bequeath unto my Grand Sone (sic) George Powell the sum of fifteene pounds.
Itm. I give and bequeath unto my Grand Sone (sic) Edward Powell the sum of five pounds.
Itm. I give and bequeath unto my Grand Daughter Elizabeth Powell the sum of five pounds.
Itm. I give and bequeath unto my Grand Daughter Ann Butler the sum of five pounds.
Itm. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Katherine Lee the sum of ten pounds all wch severall sums and Legacies therein before menconed (sic) and given to the severall P[er]sons herein bequeathed.
I doe hereby will & order to be paid out of the sade (sic) sum of three score and ten pounds that shall hereafter become due by ye sd Bond from my Son Robert Cumberbach (to be paide my sd Legaces) by my Executor hereafter named assoone (sic) as he shall have received the same and not otherwise and whereas I have lately given unto my Daughter Ellin Broom the sum of three score pounds for and towards the discharge of her Husbands Debts I doe therefore hereby give and bequeath unto my sd Daughter Ellin Broom ye sum of one shilling more only in full of all that she shall hereafter claime out of my P[er]sonall Estate.
Itm. I give and bequeath unto my Son John Cumberbach the sum of ten pounds.
Itm. I give and bequeath unto my Gran (sic) Sone (sic) George Powell herein before menconed, the sum of five pounds more then ye sd legacy before menconed, the rest and residue of all my Estate Leases goods and chattels whatsoever herein not bequeathed I do wholly (sic) give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Cumberbach or his assigns.
Itm. I make and ordaine my sd Son Thomas Cumberbach my sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament and I do hereby utterly revoke all former Wills and Testaments by me in anywise heretofore made or declared.
In witness whereof I the sd Robert Cumberbach the elder have subscribed this my last will and testament and hereto put my seale ye day and year above written.
Sealed declared & delivered up by ye saide Robt Cumberbach in P[re]sence of Thomas Rowland Willm Cooper
The mark of Robert X Cumberbach the Elder

September the 25th 1704
A true and perfect Inventory of the Goods and Chattels of Robert Comberbach late of Cuerden [Cawarden now Carden] in the County of Chester late deceased.
Imprimis Three Cows with two Little Horses with the Mother a Cart and other Implements of Husbandry 10 = 00 = 00
Item For Corne 02 = 00 = 00
Itm Moneys upon Bills and Bonds 15li:10s 15 = 10 = 00
Itm Brass and Pewter 1l-10s 01 = 10 = 00
Itm Bedding and Napery 02 = 10 = 00
Itm One Press and Table with all other Lumber 01 = 10 = 00
Itm The deceadants Wearing apparel 01 = 00 = 00
Totall 35. 00 = 00

Itm A Bond of Seventy pound bearing date – ye 1st Feb 1696 due from Robt Cumberbach ye younger to ye sd decedt at ye time of his Death & payable to his Executors ye penalty being 150 70 = 00 = 00

Totall – 105 li = 00 = 00
Thos Lee
Wm Right
Signum Geo: Rowland Apprayzers
Comberbach, Robert (I119)
17344 WS1772 Joseph Comberbach of Sandbach Butcher

Know all Men by these Presents, That We Mary Comberbach of Sandbach in the County of Chester Widow Joseph Karkman Grocer & Saml Shaw Turner both of Sandbach aforesaid
Are holden and firmly bound unto the Right Reverend Father in God William by Divine Permission Lord Bishop of Chester in the Sum of One Hundred Pounds of good and lawful Money of Great-Britain, to be paid unto the said Right Reverend Father, his lawful Attorney, Executors, Administrators or Assigns, To which Payment well and truly to be made, We bind ourselves and every of us severally and for and in the whole, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, and the Heirs, Executors and Administrators of every of us firmly by these Presents. SEALED with our Seals, and dated the fourteenth Day of March in the twelfth Year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third by the Grace of God of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth, and in the Year of our Lord God, One Thousand Seven Hundred and seventy two..

THE Condition of this Obligation is such, that if the above bounden Mary Comberbach Widow Relict Administratrix of all and singular the goods, chattels, and credits of Joseph Comberbach late of Sandbach aforesaid Butcher deceased

do make or cause to be made, a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, which have or shall come to the Hands, Possession or Knowledge of her the said Mary Comberbach or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her. And the same so made do exhibit or cause to be exhibited in the Registry of the Consistory Court of Chester at or before the fourteenth Day of September next ensuing. And the same Goods, Chattels, and Credits, and all other the Goods, Chattels, and Credits of the said Deceased, at the Time of His Death, which at any Time after shall come to the Hands or Possession of the said Mary Comberbach or into the Hands and Possession of any other Person or Persons for her do well and truly Administer according to Law; and further do make or cause to be made, a true and just Account of her said Administration at or before the fourteenth Day of March which shall be in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy three [1773]. And all the rest and residue of the said Goods, Chattles (sic), and Credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said Administratrix’s Account, the same being first examined and allowed of by the Judge or Judges for the Time being, of the said Court, shall deliver and pay unto such Person or Persons respectively, as the said Judge or Judges by his or their Decree or Sentence (pursuant to the true intent and meaning of an Act of Parliament made in the two and twentieth and three and twentieth [22nd and 23rd] Years of the Reign of his late Majesty King Charles the 2nd Entituled [entitled], An Act for the better Settling Intestates Estates) shall limit and appoint. And if it shall hereafter appear, that any last Will or Testament was made by the said Deceased, and the Executor or Executors therein named, do exhibit the same into the said Court, making request to have it allowed and approved, accordingly if the said Mary Comberbach above bounden be thereunto required, do render and deliver the said Letters of Administration, (Approbation of such Testament being first had and made in the said Court) then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or else in full Force and Virtue.

Sealed and Delivered in Presence of
John Sibson Surr. Mary Comberbach her X mark
Joseph Karkman
Samuel Shaw 
Comberbach, Joseph (I5271)
17345 WS1793 Samuel Comberbach of Sandbach in the County of Chester Butcher

This is the last Will and Testament of me Samuel Comberbach of Sandbach in the County of Chester Butcher. First I will and direct that all such just Debts as I shall Owe at the Time of my Decease together with my Funeral Expences and the Charge of proving this my Will be Paid and discharged out of my personal Estate. Also I give and bequeath all the rest and residue and remainder of my said personal Estate of what nature kind or quality soever unto my Sister in law Mary Comberbach Widow of my late Brother Daniel Comberbach for her own Use and to be at her own disposal. Also I give and devise all that my Cottage or Dwelling house with its appurtenances in Sandbach aforesaid wherein I now inhabit and dwell unto John Dickinson of Sandbach aforesaid Shoemaker and to his Executors administrators and assigns for the term of ninety nine years if the said Mary Comberbach and my Nephew Daniel Comberbach or either of them shall so long live in Trust nevertheless to permit and suffer the said Mary Comberbach to have hold occupy possess and enjoy the same Cottage and Premises and to receive and take the Rents and Profits thereof during so long of the said Term determinable as aforesaid as she shall happen to live she keeping the same Premises in repair and Paying all Taxes charged or to be charged thereon and from and after the Decease in Trust to permit and suffer the said Daniel Comberbach to have hold occupy and possess and enjoy the same Premises and to receive and take the Rents and Profits thereof during so long of the residue of the said Term determinable as aforesaid as he shall happen to live he keeping the same Premises in Repair and paying all Taxes charged or to be charged thereon and from and after the end or other determination of the said Term of Ninety Nine Years determinable as aforesaid I give and devise the same Cottage and Premises unto all and every the Children of the said Daniel Comberbach that shall be living at the Death of the Survivor of them the said Mary Comberbach and Daniel Comberbach in equal shares and to their several and respective Heirs and assigns forever to take as Tenants in Common and not as joint Tenants. And for want of such Issue of the said Daniel Comberbach so living as aforesaid then I give and devise the same Premises unto my own Right Heirs forever. And Lastly I do hereby Nominate Constitute and appoint the said Mary Comberbach and John Dickinson Executrix and Executor of this my Will and hereby revoking all former Will and Wills by me at any time heretofore made do publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I the said Samuel Comberbach have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this Fourth Day of January in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and ninety two [4th January 1792].
Samuel Comberbach
Signed sealed published and declared by the said Testator Samuel Comberbach as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our Names as Witnesses.

Randle Skerratt
Ann Skerratt
Richd Darlington Junr

The ninth Day of February 1793 Mary Comberbach one of the Executors within named was sworn in common form (John Dickinson the other Executor first renouncing personally) before me John Sibson Surr:
Sup £40 inf. 100

Pro: issued 4 March 1793

Mr S. Comberbach’s Origl. Will 4o Jany 1792
Comberbach, Samuel (I5073)
17346 WW1 Army - 78638 Cumberpatch, Albert Daniel (I4663)
17347 WW1 Medal Roll

Name Rank or Rating No. Medals earned How Issued or disposed of
CUMBERLEGE, Marcus V Lieutenant Commander Royal Navy British War Self

ADM 171/89
Cumberlege, Marcus Victor OBE (I2217)
17348 WW1 New Zealand Defence Force 78638.

CUMBERPATCH, Albert Daniel - WW1 78638 - Army 1914 - 1918 New Zealand Defence Force, Personnel Archives Wgtn [Wellington] 
Cumberpatch, Albert Daniel (I4663)
17349 WW1 Pension Record

SHORT SERVICE Attestation of 42517 3847534 Cumberbirch Thomas Loyal North Lancs Regiment
Name: Cumberbirch Thomas
Born: in the Parish of Ince, Wigan in Lancashire
British Subject: Yes
Age: 29 years 90 days [b: 1890]
Trade: Collier
Married: Yes
Previous military service: Enlisted Lancashire Fusiliers 28 Sep 1911 Rank: Private Regtl No: 2430 Discharged physically unfit for further war service 4 Aug 1917
Corps willing to be enlisted into: Loyal North Lancashire
Wigan 15th Sept 1919

STATEMENT of SERVICES of 42517 3847534 Thomas Cumberbirch
Service reckons from 15 Sep 1919
Joined at Wigan 15 Sep 1919
Loyal North Lancashire attested Private 15 Sep 1919
Loyal North Lancashire Depot posted 17 Sep 1919
Loyal North Lancashire 2 posted O.1810 26 Sep 1919
Discharged being no longer Physically fit for War Service Para 392 XVI K.R. Private 5 Nov 1920
Address: 48, Lower Morris St, Wigan

Military History Sheet
Home 15 Sep 1919 to 4 Mar 1920 171 days
?? 5 Mar 1920 to 28 Aug 1920 177 days
Home 29 Aug 1920 to 5 Nov 1920 69 days
Total 1 year 52 days
Next of Kin: Mother: Mary Jane Cumberbirch 48 Lower Morris St, Wigan, Lancashire

Description of Thomas Cumberbirch on Enlistment
Age: 29 years 3 months
Height: 5 ft 6 ins
Weight: 137 lbs
Chest: 38 inches expanded with 4 inches of expansion
Complexion: Fresh
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Dark Brown
Church of England: Yes
Passed fit for service in the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 15 Sep 1919, Wigan

Conduct Sheet
2/Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
Regiment of foot
Age: 29 years 3 months
Enlistment: Wigan 15 Sep 1919
Trade: Collier
Religion: C of E
Period with Colours: 2 years
Place of birth: Ince, Wigan
Date of Offence: 1920
Offence: Sheet destroyed 15 Mar 1920 Date of last entry 17 Dec 1919 (Cases of Drunkenness Nil)

SHORT SERVICE Attestation of 2430 Thomas Cumberbirch Lancashire Fusiliers
Name: Thomas Cumberbirch
Born: In the Parish of Ince, Wigan in Lancashire
Age: 21 years 3 months
Trade: Collier
Do you now belong to the Army: Yes 3rd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers (SR)
Corps willing to be enlisted into; Lancashire Fusiliers
Bury, 28th September 1911
Description of Thomas Cumberbirch on Enlistment
Age: 21 years 3 months
Height: 5 ft 5 5/8 inches
Weight: 144 lbs
Chest: 37 inches expanded with 3 inches of expansion
Complexion: Fresh
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Dark Brown
Church of England: Yes
Distinctive marks:
 Scar 1½“ by ¼“ on right shoulder
 Liniar scar ½” long left eyebrow
 Pulse 70
Passed fit 27th September 1911 at Bury
STATEMENT of the SERVICES of No. 2430 Thomas Cumberbirch
Service towards engagement reckons from 28 Sep 1911
Joined at Bury 28 Sep 1911
Lancashire Fusiliers: Attested & Posted Private 28 Sep 1911
Lancashire Fusiliers: 2 Bn Posted Private 9 Nov 1911
Lancashire Fusiliers: 1 Bn Posted Private 19 Dec 1912
Lancashire Fusiliers: 3 Bn Posted Private 3 Oct 1916
Lancashire Fusiliers: 3 Bn Private Forfeits 13 days pay for absence from 26 Oct 1916 to 7 Nov 1916
B.E.F. 9 Bn Posted Private 18 Nov 1916
16 Bn Posted Private 3 Dec 1916
Home Depot Posted Private 7 Feb 1917
Home 3 Bn Posted Private 5 Apr 1917
3 bn Forfeits 7 days pay for absence from 11 Apr 1917
Lancashire Fusiliers 3 Bn Discharged no longer physically fit for War Service para 392 (xvi) K.R. Authority Pres. Medical Board East Leeds War Hospital Harehills Rd Leeds 14 Jul 1917
Address: 48 Lower Morris St, Wigan
Disability: Gun Shot Wound left leg (Compound fracture of Tibia) hearing? Capacity lessened 5/10 for 3 months
Discharged at Preston
Permanently Excluded from liability to Medical Re-examination under the military service (Review of Exceptions) 1917 Act
War badge 123129 issued 11 Aug 1917
Total service to 4 Aug 1917 (date of discharge) 5 years 311 days
Pension to 4 Aug 1917 5 years 291 days [20 days less due to conduct]
Character on discharge: Very Good
Home from 28 Sep 1911 to 18 Dec 1912 1 year 82 days
India from 19 Dec 1912 to 16 Dec 1914 1 year 363 days
Home (British) from 17 Dec 1914 to 15 Mar 1915 89 days
MEF [Mediterranean Expeditionary Force] from 16 Mar 1915 to 4 Jun 1915 81 days
Home 5 Jun 1915 to 17 Nov 1916 1 year 166 days
B.E.F. 18 Nov 1916 to 6 Feb 1917 81 days
Home 7 Feb 1917 to 4 A8g 1917 179 days
Total: 5 years 311 days
Whether Educated: None
Army School and other certificates of education: THIR D CLASS 27 May 1913 Cu
 Mediterranean Expeditionary Force 16 Mar 1915 to 4 Jun 1915
 France 18 Nov 1916 to 6 Feb 1917
 Gun Shot Wound Left Leg – Gallipoli 4 May 1915
 Yes
 Wounded about 4 Jun 1915
Medals, decorations and annuities: Pension Award 13/9 for 26 weeks
Next of Kin: Mother Mary Jane 4 Wolfindales Yard, Wigan (o) Sister Lasins?

11 Aug 1917
The accompanying War Badge and Certificate No. 123129 are forwarded herewith to Thomas Cumberbirch in respect of his service as 2430 Lancashire Fusiliers.
The Badge will be worn on the right breast or on the right lapel of the jacket, but not in Naval or Military uniform.
Duplicates of the Badge and Certificate cannot be issued under any circumstances.
Receipt of the same should be acknowledged hereon.
Received The War and Certificate
Signature Thomas Cumberbirch
Date: 15 Aug 1917
Address: No. 48 Lower Morris St, Wigan
Cumberbirch, Thomas (I2461)
17350 WW1 Pension Record Albert Henry Cumberpatch

Regimental No.: 601776
Rank: Rifleman
Name: Albert Henry Cumberpatch
Unit: 18th Regiment: London Regiment
Discharged 9th February 1919
Address on discharge: 54, East Street, Northampton

MEDICAL HISTORY of Cumberpatch Albert Henry
Birthplace: St Edmunds Northampton
Examined: 5 Sep 1918 at Northampton
Declared age: 18 years
Occupation: Bread Deliverer
Height: 5 feet 10½ inches
Weight 128 lbs
Colour of hair: Light Brown
Complexion: Fair
Eyes: Green
Chest: 34” expanded with 4 inches of expansion
Physical Development: Good
Vaccination marks: right and left arms
Vision: Right: 6/6 Left 6/6
Identification marks: 2 scars right upper arm, scar occipital bone
Defects or Ailments:
• Right little toe deformed
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Fit for Grade: One
Joined on enlistment: 18th Battalion London Regiment 601776

Casualty Form – Active Service
Regiment: 18 (County of London) Battalion London Regiment
Rank: Rifleman
Surname: Cumberpatch
Christian Name: Albert Henry
Religion: Church of England
Age on Enlistment: 18 years – months.
Enlisted: 5 Sep 1918
Terms of Service: Duration of War
Service reckons from: 28 Sep 1918
Occupation: Group 33 (Carman)
5 Sep 1918 NSMB Northampton Category A
30 Sep 1918 Posted Reserves 18th Battalion London Regiment
5 Feb 1919 Heacham Attached E.C. Discharge Centre
Place of Casualty: Heacham
Date of Casualty: 6 May 1919
Discharged no longer fit for War Service Para. 392 (CVI) Kings Regulations 9 Feb 1919
Home from 28 Sep 1918 to 9 Feb 1919, 135 days
H J Cumberpatch (Father) 54 East Street Northampton

Albert H Cumberpatch
Regt: 18th London
Reference No. 902E4096
Report of Medical Board 19 Dec 1919 Prevents nil.
Disability: D.A.H. [Disordered Action of the Heart aka ‘Soldiers’ Heart’ see: and ]
Percentage of disablement: nil
Gratuity £5 Final

Surname: Cumberpatch
Christian Name: Albert Henry
Regiment: 18th London
Rank: Rifleman
Regtl. No.: 601776
Date of Discharge: 9 Feb 1919
Cause of Discharge: Para. 392(XVI) K.R.
Pension, Gratuity, or Weekly Allowance: D.A.H. Aggravated 20% 5/6/26c from 20 Dec 1919 Bonus
Number of Children and Allowance: Single
Awarders’ Instructions: Should be treated by his Panel Doctor

Renewal or Revision of Award
Report of Medical Board 21 May 1919 Prevents 20%
Award or Decision; Pension, Gratuity, or Weekly Allowance: 5/6/26c from 13 Aug 1919 Bonus
Cumberpatch, Albert Henry (I2074)

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