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Victor Lord


Ian C
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Hi

Victor Lord is remembered on the WM at Fenny Stratford and is one of the few remembered there that I have not been able to trace. I see that he has now been accepted by the CWGC for inclusion on the Debt of Honour Memorial, does anyone have any further info?

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IanC

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Thanks Peter

The old memory must be going!! I have no recollection of being involved in that thread at all.

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IanC

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Please see this link to the forum, post 31/07/2005 09.34pm Will o Brien, the post is not numbered,

http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/l...php/t35656.html

Or post 23 of the following if you click the "full version" link that appears in the corner of the one you posted ;)

http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/i...showtopic=35656

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Thanks Will

Don't know how I missed that the first time around.

I wondered if he was from Tavistock St, I grew up at number ten and my aunt lived at number eleven, the Lord family still owned number thirteen well into the 1970's. Roots Brush factory was also in Tavistock St, almost opposite numbers 11 & 13. My grandfather also played for the Fenny Stars, (I was told that they were in fact called the Fenny All Stars, bit I don't know if that is true) before the great War and so probably played with Victor.

I have been working on a website about the Great War soldiers of Fenny, ( http://www.freewebs.com/fsitgw/) is it OK to use some of this info.

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IanC

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Thanks Will

Don't know how I missed that the first time around.

I wondered if he was from Tavistock St, I grew up at number ten and my aunt lived at number eleven, the Lord family still owned number thirteen well into the 1970's. Roots Brush factory was also in Tavistock St, almost opposite numbers 11 & 13. My grandfather also played for the Fenny Stars, (I was told that they were in fact called the Fenny All Stars, bit I don't know if that is true) before the great War and so probably played with Victor.

I have been working on a website about the Great War soldiers of Fenny, ( http://www.freewebs.com/fsitgw/) is it OK to use some of this info.

Regards

IanC

Ian - Happy for you to use whatever information you want. I can also send you copies of Victors death certificate, MIC & Medal Roll entry if they are of any use to you.

How interesting that you are so closely linked with the Lord family. My understanding is that they were a large clan.

I tried your link but couldn't bring your site up (it was saying that the page wasn't found).

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Hi Will

I would like to se the stuff for Victor, thanks.

I have just tried the link in the play area and that was OK so try this http://www.freewebs.com/fsitgw/

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IanC

Ian

Yes that link is working. Nice site you have there.

PM my an address I can send the documents to or alternatively I can scan them & email them to you if that is your preference.

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