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benrymnd

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Does anyone have access to ww1 records, I am trying to find what battalion Joseph Bennett was in his regiment was the Royal Irish Fusiliers reg number 16576,
 

Llewred

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I have looked on Fold 3 and it is just the medal card with the service number you have given coming up, same on FMP Quite a few Joseph Bennetts, do you have year of birth, any addresses or other criteria that could be used to see if any of the other records might be your man.

Ancestry has the Service Medal Roll's and they show 8 R. IrR Fus Pte
7/8 R. Ir Fus
1 R. Ir Fus
That is all I can find on details given

Regards
Mark
 

Ellie7

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Name: Joseph Bennett
Military Year: 1914-1920
Rank: Private
Company: WO 329
Regiment or Corps: Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria┬┤s)
Regiment Number: 16576
Medal Awarded: British War Medal and Victory Medal
Other Records: Search for 'Joseph Bennett' in other WWI collections
War Diaries (France, Belgium, Germany): Search for 'Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers)' in the WWI War Diaries (France, Belgium, Germany) collection
War Diaries (Gallipoli): Search for 'Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers)' in the WWI War Diaries (Gallipoli) collection
 

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This him?
RiflemanJ.BENNETT.Drumgathson of John & Jane Bennett of Cross near Rathfriland;served with the Royal Ierish Rifles (16th Battalion) in belgium in the 1st World War ;died 16 Apr 1918 aged 25 ; buried Canada Farm Cemetery, Ypres, Belgium
 

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