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45th Battery RFA

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Guest mintydog

Can anyone assist with information on the movements of the following units?

45th Battery RFA My maternal Grandfather's unit. He was awarded the MM late 1917 and gassed about the same time. He was an Old Comtemptable. Is there any way I can find out what he did to get the MM?

19th Coy and 22Coy RGA. I was surprised that it wasn't Battery. My paternal Grandfather's Units.

1/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance. My father's Unit. I know they were at Suvla but wher did they go after that?

Thanks in advance.

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rflory

Would it be possible for you to give us the names of your maternal and paternal grandfathers? Regards. Dick Flory

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Guest mintydog

Sorry about that forgot to include them.

Maternal Grandfather: Driver Arthur Gorman 39559 MM 45th Battery RFA (died 1956?)

Paternal Grandfather: Gunner John Edward Charlton 96821 19th and 22nd Coy RGA (died 1942?)

Father: Private Harold George J Charlton 477194 1/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance (died 1964)

Regards

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rflory
Driver Arthur Gorman 39559 MM 45th Battery RFA

Can't tell you much other than that his MM was announced in the London Gazette of 28 January 1918. Regards. Dick Flory

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Postcard Driver W. Wright

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