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Corporal Chris

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My apologies for being off-topic. In researching WW1 casualties I have found a chap in the village who was with the 4th.Suffolks and was captured in Singapore. He has given me a complete schedule, which he produced but has not been published, of all 4th.Suffolks who went to war and whether they came back, when they were KIA etc. A number of members have helped me with info. on the various Suffolk Battalions during WW1 and I wondered if their interest in the Suffolks meant this would be of value.

Regards,

Chris.

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Certainly would any mention of a Sergeant/Corporal W.Bullen????

TiA

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I'd say yes, too. I'm from Cambridge originally, and a lot of the old boys of my father's generation spent some time as a guest of the Emperor, so I always have an interest.

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Certainly would any mention of a Sergeant/Corporal W.Bullen????

TiA

HB

Leave it with me. I'll get back.

Regards,

Chris.

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I'd say yes, too. I'm from Cambridge originally, and a lot of the old boys of my father's generation spent some time as a guest of the Emperor, so I always have an interest.

Steven,

It will be early next week before I have time to start e-mailing. If you PM me with your e-mail I'll get started as soon as I can.

Regards,

Chris.

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Hello Chris,

Yes, it would certainly interest me.

At least two of the Bergholt guys were in the 4th Suffolks as they died out there, but I strongly suspect that others who came home were in that Battalion too.

Kind Regards

Mark

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Certainly would any mention of a Sergeant/Corporal W.Bullen????

TiA

HB

Hello,

No mention of a Bullen but if you would like to see the lists PM your e-mail and I will get them off to you. After my experiences with the 'photos I will have to do them in stages.

Regards,

Chris.

Hello Chris,

Yes, it would certainly interest me.

At least two of the Bergholt guys were in the 4th Suffolks as they died out there, but I strongly suspect that others who came home were in that Battalion too.

Kind Regards

Mark

Mark,

If you PM your e-mail I will get the lists of to you.

Regards,

Chris.

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