M, #282, b. 25 August 1888, d. 6 February 1917
|Father||Arthur Charles Mote1 b. c 1858, d. c Jun 1939|
|Mother||Norah Hannah McNamara1 b. c 1866|
|Relationships||Great-grandson of John William Mote|
Great-grandnephew of Edward Mote
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Robert Mote : Site Administrator
|(Witness) Census||Company Sergeant Major George Arthur Mote DCM appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Arthur Charles Mote and Norah Hannah McNamara at 193 Blackstock Road, Islington, Middlesex, England.1|
|Emigration||Company Sergeant Major George Arthur Mote DCM emigrated in 1908 from Liverpool, England. A 19 year old G Mote is shown as leaving Liverpool for the Port of St John, Nebraska, Canada in 1908.|
|Occupation||He was a Corset Cutter. It is assumed that he worked with the Eaton Company in Canada as he appears on their Memorial Plaque, last known to be located at the Toronto Eaton Centre at Younge & Dundas Streets in 1914 at Canada.5|
|Milit-Beg||He began military service on 22 September 1914 at Valcartier, Canada.5|
|Note||He the British and Commonwealth Distinguished Conduct Medal.|
|Nationalty||The nationality of Company Sergeant Major George Arthur Mote DCM was Canadian in 1917.|
|Milit-End||He ended military service on 6 February 1917. He was a Company Sergeant Major in B Company, 3rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment). Remembered with honour in the Highgate Cemetery.|
|Charts||Descendant Chart - Edward Mote b. before 1775|
Descendant Chart - John William Mote b. circa 1809 in Southwark
|Last Edited||19 Jan 2013|
- [S12] 1901 England & Wales Census.
- [S22] C'wealth War Graves Commission, online http://www.cwgc.org/cwgcinternet/search.aspx
- [S7] 1891 England Census.
- [S23] Canadian Archives, online unknown url.
- [S23] Canadian Archives, online unknown url, RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6440 - 27.