Reginald Mordaunt Cumberlege 1879-1965

Captain Royal Field Artillery 1st Home Counties Brigade


Reginald Mordaunt CUMBERLEGE-WARE (also known as Reginald Mordaunt CUMBERLEGE), was the son of Henry Mordaunt CUMBERLEGE (1850-1934) and Blanche Paquita Genevra FENWICK (1855?-1939). He was born in 1879 in Sandy, Bedfordshire, England. On 3 April 1881 he lived in Westminster, London, England. The address was: 21 Prince's Gate, St Margaret. On 5 April 1891 he lived in Walsted, Lindfield, Sussex, England. The address was: Walsted House. On 17 November 1909 he lived in Walsted Place, Lindfield, Sussex, England. On 17 November 1909 he was a Gentleman in Walsted Place. He married Gladys Mary ROSE on 17 November 1909 in Holy Trinity, Brompton, Kensington, London, England when he was 29 and she was 20. The marriage was witnessed by George J Fenwick, Charles Marston ROSE, Philip F Rose, Henry Mordaunt CUMBERLEGE and W F Lee. 

Gladys Mary ROSE (also known as Gladys Mary CUMBERLEGE and Gladys Mary CUMBERLEGE-WARE), daughter of Charles Marston ROSE. She was born in September 1888 in Kensington. On 17 November 1909 she lived in 32 Thurloe Place, Kensington, London, England. On 2 April 1911 she lived in Kensington. The address was: 6 Sumner Terrace, Onslow Square. She died Q1 1974 in Poole Registration District.  She and Reginald Mordaunt CUMBERLEGE-WARE had the following children:

  •   Diana Mary CUMBERLEGE (1910- ).   Diana was born in October 1910 in Kensington. On 2 April 1911 she lived in Kensington. The address was: 6 Sumner Terrace, Onslow Square.

On 2 April 1911 he lived in Kensington, London, England. The address was: 6 Sumner Terrace, Onslow Square. On 2 April 1911 he was a Stock Broker - Stock Exchange in Kensington. Industry or Service with which worker is connected: Stock Exchange. On 26 January 1913 Reginald was an Esquire. 


On 8 October 1914 he was a Second Lieutenant 1st Home Counties Brigade Royal Field Artillery Reginald Mordaunt Cumberlege. On 16 June 1915 he was a Temporary Lieutenant 1st Home Counties Brigade Royal Field Artillery Reginald M. Cumberlege. On 24 June 1915 he was an Esquire. On 1 June 1916 he was a Lieutenant Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery Territorial Force 27 Jun 1917. On 10 September 1917 he was an Acting Captain whilst employed as 2nd in Command of a Battery, Royal Field Artillery, Territorial Force. On 10 November 1918 he was a Lieutenant (actg. Capt.), 1st Home Counties Brigade Royal Field Artillery, relinquishes the acting rank of Captain on ceasing to be employed. On 10 December 1921 he was an Esquire. On 30 November 1929 he was a Captain R. M. Cumberlege having attained the age limit relinquishes his commission and retains his rank. On 12 June 1943 he was a Stockbroker aged 85. On 28 January 1947 he lived in Stanwell House, Stanwell, Middlesex, England. On 28 January 1947 he lived. On 28 January 1947 he was a Stockbroker in 35 Gresham House, Old Broad Street, London, England.  

Change of Surname to Cumberlege-Ware

NOTICE is hereby given that by a deed poll dated the 20th day of January 1947 and duly enrolled in the Supreme Court of Judicature on the 28th day of January 1947 REGINALD MORDAUNT CUMBERLEGE-WARE of 35 Gresham House, Old Broad Street in the city of London and of Stanwell House, Stanwell in the county of Middlesex Stock Broker a natural born British subject assumed the surname of Ware in addition to the surname of Cumberlege so that at all times in future he will use the surname of Cumberlege-Ware -Dated the 28th day of January 1947.
BAILEYS SHAW and GILLETT, 5 Berners Street, London, W.i, Solicitors for the said Reginald Mordaunt Cumberlege-Ware. (215) 
The London Gazette
Publication date:31 January 1947 Issue:37868 Page:572
https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/37868/page/572

He died Q3 1965 in Poole Registration District, Dorset, England.

Medals

ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

276c

ROLL of INDIVIDUALS entitled to the Victory Medal and British War Medal granted under Army Orders    of 19  .

Rank

Name

Record of disposal of decorations

Remarks

Captain

CUMBERLEDGE R M

NW/5/18202

BW & VM IVX/7694 22 Nov 1922

Medal Card

Name.

Corps.

Rank.

Regtl No.

CUMBERLEGE

Royal Field Artillery

Lieutenant

 

ditto

Captain

 

 

 

 

Reginald Mordaunt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medal.

Roll.

Page.

Remarks.

 RFA VICTORY

OFF/32

276c

IV 694 d 22 Nov 1922 NW/5/18202

BRITISH

d[itt]o

d[itt]o

 STAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theatre of War first served in

France

 

Date of entry therein

May 2nd 1916

 

 

 

 

K1380

3435/adt

Notes:

Correspondence

Captain R M Cumberlege forwards Application for Medals d/ 28 Jan 1922

EF9 returned amdt

Address

 

33 Egerton Gardens, S.W.3