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Malgar De Rudestan Brigham Cumberbeach 

Private 105893 Royal Army Medical Corps

Malgar De Rudestan Brigham Cumberbeach was born in Manchester, Lancashire, England on 23 June 1874. He was the son of Alfred Cumberbeach and his wife Alice nee Cumberbeach. He initially attended St Matthew's School, Westminster, London, England but shortly moved to Kenmont Gardens School, Valliere Road, Hammersmith, London, England when the family moved into 13 Waldo Road, Hammersmith. 
Malgar was 10 when his father Alfred Cumberbeach died in Oldham, Lancashire. Malgar was a blacksmith by 1891.
Malgar married Martha Little on 16 February 1901 in St Matthew's Church, Chadderton, Lancashire, England. Together they had:

  • Malgar Cumberbeach, born Q2 1902, died 16 Apr 1902 (est) and buried 19 April 1902 St Matthew's Church, Chadderton, Lancashire, England.
  • Twins:
    • William Sydney Cumberbeach, born 24 Jul 1903 at 56 Victoria Street, Chadderton, Lancashire, England
    • Mary Cumberbeach, born 24 Jul 1903 at 56 Victoria Street, Chadderton, Lancashire, England

Malgar Cumberbeach servied in the Royal Army Medical Corps as Private 105893. He was awared the British War and Victory medals.

Malgar Cumberbeach died on 18 December 1930, aged 56, in the Victoria Hospital, Blackpool, Lancashire, England and his wife Martha Cumberbeach died in Q2 1965, aged 88, in Blackpool.

Medal Roll

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS

B 9145

ROLL of INDIVIDUALS entitled to the Victory Medal and British War Medal granted under Army Orders 301 & 266 of 1919.

Regimental No.

Rank

Name

Unit (in order)

Theatres of war in which served

105893

Private

CUMBERBEACH Malgar

105893 RAMC Pte

 

Woking, 2 Aug 1921

Medal Card

Name.

Corps.

Rank.

Regtl. No.

CUMBERBEACH

Royal Army Medical Corps

Private

105893

 

 

 

 

 

 

Malgar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medal.

Roll.

Page.

Remarks.

VICTORY

RAMC/101B

9145

 

BRITISH

Ditto

Ditto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theatre of War first served in

 

 

Date of entry therein

 

 

 

 

 

K1380

 

 

Correspondence

Address