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"DAUBENEY, EDWARD KAYE, Captain, was born 3 May 1858, son of the Reverend T Daubeney, of Eastington, Cirencester. He was educated at Wellington, joined the Army 11 May 1878, and served in the 80th Foot through the Sekukuni Campaign of 1878 and the Zulu War of 1879, being present at Ulundi (South African Medal and clasp for 1878—79). He became Lieutenant, South Staffordshire Regiment, 1 December 1880. In 1884-85 he served in the Nile Expedition, with the Egyptian Army (Egyptian Medal with clasp for the Nile and Khedive's Bronze Star). He was promoted to Captain 7 August 1886, and again saw active service in the Sudan in 188G, as ADC to the Brigadier General commanding the Nile Frontier Force, Egypt, and was present at the action of Ginniss. He was mentioned in Despatches and created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 26 November 1886]: "Edward Kaye Daubeney, Captain, South Staffordshire Regiment. For Action at Ginniss". Captain Daubeney had been employed with the Egyptian Army from 28 February 1884 to 30 October 1885. He was promoted to Major, 18 November 1896, and was Adjutant, Militia, 21 January 1896 to 20 January 1901. He became Lieutenant Colonel 16 October 1903, and was given the Brevet of Colonel 16 October 1906, becoming substantive Colonel 4 July 1908. Colonel Daubeney served in the European War from 1914, as temporary Brigadier General commanding the Gloucestershire and Worcestershire Brigade. From 1915 he commanded the Warwickshire (Infantry) Brigade, and from 1916 the Reserve Highland Brigade. He retired with the rank of Brigadier General in 1918. He was awarded the CBE in 1919. He married Eileen Gertrude, daughter of Sir P Fitzgerald, Baronet, 19th Knight of Kerry, and they had one son.
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"DAUBENEY, EDWARD KAYE, Captain, was born 3 May 1858, son of the Reverend T Daubeney, of Eastington, Cirencester. He was educated at Wellington, joined the Army 11 May 1878, and served in the 80th Foot through the Sekukuni Campaign of 1878 and the Zulu War of 1879, being present at Ulundi (South African Medal and clasp for 1878—79). He became Lieutenant, South Staffordshire Regiment, 1 December 1880. In 1884-85 he served in the Nile Expedition, with the Egyptian Army (Egyptian Medal with clasp for the Nile and Khedive's Bronze Star). He was promoted to Captain 7 August 1886, and again saw active service in the Sudan in 188G, as ADC to the Brigadier General commanding the Nile Frontier Force, Egypt, and was present at the action of Ginniss. He was mentioned in Despatches and created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 26 November 1886]: "Edward Kaye Daubeney, Captain, South Staffordshire Regiment. For Action at Ginniss". Captain Daubeney had been employed with the Egyptian Army from 28 February 1884 to 30 October 1885. He was promoted to Major, 18 November 1896, and was Adjutant, Militia, 21 January 1896 to 20 January 1901. He became Lieutenant Colonel 16 October 1903, and was given the Brevet of Colonel 16 October 1906, becoming substantive Colonel 4 July 1908. Colonel Daubeney served in the European War from 1914, as temporary Brigadier General commanding the Gloucestershire and Worcestershire Brigade. From 1915 he commanded the Warwickshire (Infantry) Brigade, and from 1916 the Reserve Highland Brigade. He retired with the rank of Brigadier General in 1918. He was awarded the CBE in 1919. He married Eileen Gertrude, daughter of Sir P Fitzgerald, Baronet, 19th Knight of Kerry, and they had one son.
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Daubeney Edward Kaye
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Brigadier General South Staffordshire Regiment born23rd May 1858 died 3rd November 1932 husband of Eileen Gertrude nee Fitzgerald.

Promoted to Lieutenant 12th January 1881

Captain, D.S.O, promoted to Adjutant 3rd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment 21st January 1896

He was awarded to D.S.O., and C.B.E
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