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George Catlow


Alans
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Hi

George Catlow of Blackburn, served in WW1 and hailed from Blackburn is there any means of establishing where these George's are from?

This is the grandfather of a friend of mine, however she does not know what regiment!!! so I thought I'd attempt to find out.

I've checked the CWGC and no George's are listed as dead so this leaves me with 5 possibles!

george Catlow's

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The only George Catlow in the 'burnt records' series on Ancestry is the one who served in theEast Lancs reg't. His dmob home address is in BArnoldswick and his NOK is Robert with an address in Guide. Is this your man?

Peter

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NOK was father Robert – 38 School Lane, Guide, Blackburn

George Catlow

Attested 21/11/15 at Blackburn

Aged 19yrs 7mths

Weaver

Height 5ft 4 ins

Weight 124 lbs

Chest 35½ ins + 3½ ins when fully expanded

Home address (1919) 5 Gisburn St. Barnoldswick

Served overseas with BEF 4/3/17 – 30/5/18

Discharged to Reserve 4/2/19 on medical grounds due to scalded foot from an accident in a Turkish bath where his foot became trapped nest to the steam pipe.

Peter

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Alan if you need anything with regards to Barlick/Barnoldswick just shout

regards

Rycroft

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