Ernest Albert Pleasance served during World War One with the Young Men Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.). In his civilian role he went to France but never got near the combat zone so he was entitled only to the British War Medal. Unfortunatly civilian organisation did not keep records of their members service, so very few informations are available for Mr. Pleasance.
1883: Born in Cambridge 2nd semester (April, May or June)
1901 United Kingdom census: Living at 63 Cottage grove Portsmouth Hampshire
Address: 7 Shally Terrace, St Peter Street in Cambridge
November 1915: Landed in France and also served in Belgium.
Ernest Albert Pleasance WW1 medal Index Card
August 27th 1926: Sailed from London UK on the Naldera to Sydney, Australia
July 24th, 1929: Sailed on the Ranpura from Yokohoma, Japan to Plymouth, UK. He is listed as a secretary and living at 22 Portugal Street, Cambridge
July 11th, 1930: Sailed from London UK on the Mantua to Yokohama, Japan via Marseilles, France
March 28th: Sailed from Liverpool, UK on the Atholl to St-John, New-Brunswick
April 18th, 1931: Sailed from St-John, New-Brunswick to Liverpool, UK on the Duchess of Bedford.
August 29th: Sailed from London, UK on the Rawalpindi to Bombay, India
August 19th, 1932: Sailed from Liverpool, UK on the Naldera to Yokohama, Japan via Colombo, India.
April 15th, 1937: Sailed from London, UK on the Chitral to Brisbane, Australia
September 18th, 1957: Died in Sussex United, Kingdom
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