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Innes Doyle

Full name:John Francis Innes Hay Doyle
Born:31st March 1873, Sciennes Hill Place, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Died:19th February 1919, Halle, Belgium
Buried: Halle Community Cemetry, Vlaams Brabant, Belgium
Education:Richmond; Royal Military Academy, Woolwich (1891-93)
Biography:DSO (1916), CMG (1918), Mentioned in Despatches (15 Oct 1915, 13 Nov 1916, 7 Nov 1917, 8 Nov 1918). Fought in India, China (Boxer Rebellion), South Africa (Boer War) and Western Europe (First World War). In 1911 he qualified as a German translator. Died a victim of the pan-European influenza epidemic, and at the time he was a Brevet Colonel, acting Brigadier-General.
Relations:Brother: AI Conan Doyle
Teams:Idlers (Miscellaneous: 1892);
Royal Artillery (Miscellaneous: 1895);
Esher (Miscellaneous: 1904);
Marylebone Cricket Club (Miscellaneous: 1908-1909);
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