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Ian Barton

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1914 War Diary as written by my Maternal Grand Father Company Sergeant Major Fred Seaman No.5572, Of The 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards

Seaman Diary 1st December 1914.pdf

Seaman Diary 1st September 1914.pdf

Seaman Diary 5th August 1914.pdf

Seaman Diary 26th October 1914.pdf

Seaman Diary1st October 1914.pdf

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Tower Hospital Rainhill

This is a picture of my Paternal Grand Father Private Alfred Barton at a Convalescent Hospital, Tower in Rainhill, Liverpool. Have looked through the list of hospitals on this site but there is no mention of it. This post card shows them outside the entrance hall and looking at pictures from what is now a Private School it is definitely the same place. I would be interested if there was more information on the Hospital.

Ian Barton

Ian Barton

 

Pte Alfred Barton SD 286 11th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment

Picture of my Paternal Grand Father  Pte Alfred Barton SD 286   11th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment before embarkation to France. Private Alfred Barton discharged from the Depot no longer physically fit for war service, wound.  Badge (Silver War Badge No 209274), enlisted 7.9.1914 discharged 24.4.1917.  WW1 enlisted in Royal Sussex Regt 11th Batt. D Company 1914 - 1917 Wounded in France. One of "Lowther's Own"  

Ian Barton

Ian Barton

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