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Andrew Hesketh

Reverend W. Bullock CF

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Andrew Hesketh

Yes, I know I'm not new here, but I've a question which is probably very simple to answer.

I have a list of men from a village who served in the war. Following the name the regiment is given. Most are abbreviated e.g. RAMC, Y&L etc. and I've no problem with those, but after the name of the Reverend W. Bullock it says 'CF'. I've no idea what CF may stand for (Chaplain something?). Any suggestions please?

Thanks,

Andrew

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Blackblue

Andrew,

I would guess Chaplain to the Forces. Have seen this term used before in respect to chaplains.

Tim D

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HERITAGE PLUS

Yes Chaplain to the Forces. HCF can also be found meaning Honorary Chaplain to the Forces.

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Andrew Hesketh

Thank you gentlemen.

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