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    george shorter

    yes thats her. i suppose that would make us cousins!!
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    naval records

    Thanks guys
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    naval records

    even what the o.n stands for would be a great help
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    naval records

    any one able to help me out with great great uncle frank C.P.O. Frank Robert Piet, O.N. 183657 (Po.). he is gazetted as being awarded the dsm in 1919, any ideas where i might find his naval record or medal citation thanks guys
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    James Fitzmaurice

    image 340 Q- 10 previous service with the 4th royal munster fusiliers (which was a reserve battaion)
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    ww1 record

    have pm'd you those bits! Andy
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    ww1 record

    sorry !! ancestry if you have it or let me know the date and place of birth and i will check for you:cool:then i can pm you what i find , nudge nudge
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    ww1 record

    the medal card also has staffordshire yeomanry on the top
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    ww1 record

    thats ok , if you kno a rough date of birth and location we may get lucky and find a service record/ pension record they would tell you alot more Andy
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    ww1 record

    Hi the GSW stands for gunshot wound, and i think he was in the machine gun corps, do you have his service/pension records? if not whats his date and place of birth ? his medals where the britidh medal and the victory medal Andy
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    a c brown

    managed to do some more digging with the owner , his name was arthur challis brown and defo survived the war
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    a c brown

    thanks steve , i'm hoping his pension records survived the blitz , im trawling through it now :)
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    a c brown

    i have in my hand the ww1 victory medal , the inscription on the edge reads "37858 pte a.c brown d of corn l.i . (duke of cornwalls light infantry i suspect) A friend has asked me to find out what i can, However i can find no trace of medal card service, pension or death records!!!! would...
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    help please

    thanks guys , i will have to double check i have the right parents , but i have alot to work with , i'll keep you posted Thanks Andy
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    help please

    i have posted this in another thread as unsure quite where to place it COLOR]Right , i've tried all ways upwords with this, Henry Reeves b - 1863 Battersea middlesex london. (as per 1901 census), now the problem, i can find no birth, baptism, Marriage or banns, 71,81,91 census returns He...
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    help please

    Right , i've tried all ways upwords with this, Henry Reeves b - 1863 Battersea middlesex london. (as per 1901 census), now the problem, i can find no birth, baptism, Marriage or banns, 71,81,91 census returns He married a lady called Charlotte Mary (unkown second name or date of marriage) 3...
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    14th Division attack on Flers Sep 1916

    Hi Tiddy. Try Google searching "attack on flers Sept 1916 Google earth overlays". You have to download the overlay and have Google earth installed on your comuter. It worked a treat for me, whilst I was researching the royal berks at delville wood. It showed positions and movement throughout...
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    william albert west

    Sounds like a plan. Why not share it!.
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    argyle and southern highlanders

    does any one know of a website with the history of the argyle and southernhighlanders, particulary just after ww1 whilst the regiment where in india Thanks Andy
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    william albert west

    thanks braveheart. i have a few regimental numbers to check, judging by the photograph william had 2 wound stripe's and one of those numbers i came across had his last regiment as the labour corps "109928",going by the wound stripes i wonder if he was unfit for front line service and moved to...
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