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Durham Light Infantry


myvoodoochild
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My Great Grandfather, John March, fought with the Durham Light Infantry (No. 4634), then the Northumberland Fusiliers (No. 35321) and then on to the Royal Defence Corps (No. 93310) in World War One. I am just wondering what experiences would have been like and maybe what Battalians he was in.

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Martin

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Martin

Do you know his battalions?

Myself and others can help a lot if you know hs battalions.

Have you checked his medal card?

Sean

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Unfortunately I don't know his Battalions. I'm trying to find them out. I know which Regiments/Corps he was in and his Army numbers but I'm stuck with his Battalions. I have a copy of his Medal Roll Index but that doesn't tell me anything I don't already know. Any suggestions?

Martin

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Does his medal card state the date that he went overseas, this could narrow down the battalions he could have served with.

Sean

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