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    Buckle

    If his father had initial H and lived in Thompson, Thetford, there are some WW1 records for him on the Ancestry website.
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    George Brain, born 1840, Bletchingdon, Oxon.

    Not all the soldiers discharge papers on FMP are indexed by Regiment, so I'd just search the surname Brain - it should be simple to rule most of the G or George entries out. If he died in service though, it's unlikely a record will have been retained.
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    Alfred Edward Broughton

    You say the birth cert gives fathers Regiment as 16th. Does it just say 16th or 16th Foot? 16th Lancers is an entirely different regiment so the man you found in 1881 might not be the same man. There are service records on FindMyPast for 2 men named Alfred Broughton of 16th Foot. Worth a look!
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    Hector Alan White 13th Field Bakery RASC

    There are War Diaries at the National Archives. Not online though - you'd have to go there or get someone to go for you. Part of 1941, Reference WO 169/2081, Jan 44 Reference:WO 170/2186, All of 1945, Ref WO 169/20466, All of 1942 Ref WO 169/5773 There may be others, too
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    Frank Hogg, wife Phoebe & child murdered

    An Alexander James Freeman married a Mabel Roberts in 1913 in Poplar, London. He was aged 25 and father is given as Alexander James Freeman. This would appear to be the right marriage, as a child, Adelaide E M Roberts Freeman, mothers maiden name Roberts was born in Poplar in 1914.
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    Elizabeth Honor Ives d1864. Great Missenden.

    Details of how to apply for a Will after 1858 (TNA only has some before 1858 ) are here http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/probate/copies-of-grants-wills
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    Manchester regiment. William RICE.

    If his records have survived, they will be on the FindmyPast website.
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    John Alexander Hunter. WW1.

    He started out as a Private with 7th Leinster Regiment, was commissioned (ie became an officer) on 31/12/1915. He was then with Inniskilling Fusiliers. Medals were Victory, British and 15 Star. The numbers and letter next to the Medals are the refs to lead to the Medal Rolls which are at the...
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    Sealed Records

    It seems that available records are held at London Metropolitan Archives for Archway Hospital (see below) although there's no mention of patients records. Might be worth emailing LMA...
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    George Harvie

    You can obtain a copy of the marriage cert for George and Sarah Borland from the Scotlands People website which should confirm details of parents. http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/
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    Sealed Records

    Actually I received FULL medical records for someone in the 1940's/50's, but as I said, it was a hospital record.
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    Sealed Records

    I've been granted access to medical records well within that period. Had to apply to the local Health Authority but permission was granted. This was for a Hospital record, though, rather than a general medical record. Worth a try!
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    WW1 Medals

    William Bolton was in 1st Battalion Border Regiment, according to the Commonwealth War Graves website. The War Diary for this battalion is available from the National Archives - it will cost £3.36 to download. It's unlikely to mention him by name but will give a day by day account of what they...
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    ubelski/silverman

    The refs posted by gibbo are actually for the Naturalisation certificate. The ref I gave is the case file so it should hold more information.
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    WW1 Medals

    His RN record is in Reference ADM188/1117/275 at the National Archives You can download it for £3.36. Just enter the ref I have given into the search box http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/SearchUI/
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    ubelski/silverman

    There's a naturalisation file for a Nathan Silverman living in Leeds at the National Archives, and dated 1904 - their reference HO144/762/119742 I've looked at lots of naturalisation files at the National Archives and they would normally give date and place of birth and names of both parents.
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