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About Mark Fogg-Elliot

Date of Birth
30 September 1898

Birth Place
121 Victoria Street Westminster, SW

Baptism
27 October 1898 St Andrew, Ashley Place, Westminster, London, England

Date of Death
14 May 1950

Place of Death
Registered Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Relationships

Parents
Charles Thurstan Fogg Elliot born abt 1871 St Oswalds, Durham, England and Cicely Wilkinson born abt 1877 Married Q3 1897 Auckland, Durham, England

Siblings
Oliver born 19 May 1901, Lancelot born abt 1903, Robert born abt 1905

Marriage
Barbara Mollie Webb born 1908 Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Married 26 January 1931 St George Hanover Square, London, England

Career

Service
Royal Navy

Unit
H.M.S.,s Albemarle, Hindustan, Royal Sovereign, Linnet

Rank
Lieutenant, Commander (after WW1)

Medals
1914-15 Star, British War Medal, and Victory Medal. King George V Silver Jubilee Medal awarded 1935 rank Commander see notes

Silver Badge
No

Service Record
Yes

Campaigns
North Sea

Additional Information

Census Information
1911 Staindrop, Durham, England

Absent Voters Roll
Raby, Staindrop, Durham, England - Lieutenant

WW2Service
1934 Commander HMS Pembroke 1940 Captain HMS Delight War medal 1939 -45 1939-45 Star

Sources
Staindrop Roll of Honour, Ancestry and Find my Past

Notes
King George V Silver Jubilee Medal .This medal was awarded as a personal souvenir by King George V to commemorate his silver jubilee. It was awarded to the Royal Family and selected officers of state, officials and servants of the Royal Household, ministers, government officials, mayors, public servants, local government officials, members of the navy, army, air force and police in Britain, her colonies and Dominions.[1] For Coronation and Jubilee medals, the practice up until 1977 was that United Kingdom authorities decided on a total number to be produced, then allocated a proportion to each of the Commonwealth countries and Crown dependencies and possessions. The award of the medals was then at the discretion of the local government authority, who were free to decide who would be awarded a medal and why. A total of 85,234 medals were awarded,[1] including 6,500 to Australians 7,500 to Canadians 1,500 to New Zealanders[2] DSO Gazette 11July 1940

- Research by JB