Lieutenant GeneralMAUDE, Sir FREDERICK STANLEY

Died 18/11/1917

Aged 53

Commander-in-Chief, Mesopotamian Expeditionary Force, 1916.
General Staff

Late
Coldstream Guards

K C B, C M G, D S O, 5 times Mentioned in Despatches

Officer of the Order of the Crown of Italy. Son of Sir Frederick F. Maude, V.C., G.C.B., and of Lady Maude (daughter of Sir Cecil Bishopp, Bart.); husband of Lady Maude, of Hampton Court Palace. Educated at Eton and Sandhurst. Served in Soudan 1885; South Africa, 1899-1901; Military Secretary to Governor General of Canada, 1901-1904; Private Secretary to Secretary of State for War, 1905; D.A.A.Q.M.G., Plymouth, 1906-1908; General Staff, 2nd London Division, 1908-1909; Assistant Director, Territorial Force, War Office, 1909-1912; General Staff, 5th Division, 1912-1914; Brig. Gen. Commanding 14th Infantry Brigade, 1914, Maj. Gen. Commanding 13th Division, 1915; Lt. Gen. Commanding Tigris Corps, 1916.

Buried at BAGHDAD (NORTH GATE) WAR CEMETERY

Location: Iraq
Number of casualties: 4487

Cemetery/memorial reference: Maude Tomb, centre of cemetery.

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Cemetery details

CWGC Archives

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DISCLAIMER:
This collection of documents was assembled by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and its predecessors as part of the processes involved in the commemoration of individuals. As a result, they contain many corrections and alterations which reflect their use as working documents. For further information concerning the history of the collection, please see our About Our Records page.
Please be advised that some of the documents, especially the burial returns and exhumation reports, may contain information which some people may find distressing. The original archive records and their digital copies remain the property of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, but are available for re-use for private and non-commercial purposes.