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Hi Guys

Long time no see- my fault too much work not enough research time

Hi Guys

Have rxed today the following transgribed docs

22sqn Dairy 1915-1918+ post war bits and pieces

Aircrew list WW1

Casualty List WW1

Casualty List WW2

Aircraft casualty list ie-what aircraft crashed cause etc Feb 18-Sept 19

If anyone want any gen give me a shout

Cheers

Perce :rolleyes:

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Hi, I`m looking for in formation on my grt grit grandfather Arthur luscott, 19127, 1st Bn., King's Shropshire Light Infantry who died age 41 on 16 September 1916. I noticed that you posted some info on him a wile back so I was wondering if you have found anything more about him as I`m struggling now, I know now that he is buried in France at LA NEUVILLE BRITISH CEMETERY, CORBIE, I also have 2 photos that my mother gave me both of which could be him so I`m trying to put a face to the name..

Terry :mellow:

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Terry,

Arthurs name appears on Cound and Bishop's Castle Memorials in Shropshire. I have photographs of both, if you give me an email address i'll send them.

Also a Thomas Luscott also appears on Cound memorial.

Neil

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Hi, I have a picture of the memorial in Bishop`s Castle but Inever knew he was rememberd at Cound I would be greatful for a picture of the Cound one thanks. Terry

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Hi Terry

Hows it going?

Arthur was born in 1875

dad John farm labourer(43), mother Mary labourers wife(31)

Brothers, Richard(13),Thomas,(11),Samal(3)

Sisters Martha(9),Mary

In 1901 he is working as a servant for the Alderson family ,living in Bishops castle

Marrige registered in 1901

Wife A.E. Luscott, of 2, Rookery, Harnage, Cressage, Shrewsbury.

He enlisted in Shrewsbury with his residence listed as pitchford

died of wounds 16/09/16 with the 1st KSLI

entitled to the BWM and Victory medal and plaque

I think I've got the diary for that day somewhere

Although he's on the memorial the dates are wrong for brother born in 1897-Thomas had a son Thomas so my moneys on him

LUSCOTT, THOMAS

Initials: T

Nationality: United Kingdom

Rank: Able Seaman

Regiment/Service: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Unit Text: Anson Bn. R.N. Div.

Date of Death: 25/08/1918

Service No: R/2863

Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead

Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 1 and 2.

Memorial: VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL

Are the pictures in uniform-do they show badges? Can I see one?

No military records for Richard, Thomas or Samal

Will keep digging if you want

Cheers

Perce

Hi, I`m looking for in formation on my grt grit grandfather Arthur luscott, 19127, 1st Bn., King's Shropshire Light Infantry who died age 41 on 16 September 1916. I noticed that you posted some info on him a wile back so I was wondering if you have found anything more about him as I`m struggling now, I know now that he is buried in France at LA NEUVILLE BRITISH CEMETERY, CORBIE, I also have 2 photos that my mother gave me both of which could be him so I`m trying to put a face to the name..

Terry :mellow:

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Hi Perce,

Thanks for all that info its a big help.

Thought i`d send the pictures that my gave me but there to big to send through the forum if i can send them to you any other way let me know. You said you think you have the diary for Arthur Luscott i`d be greatful if i could see that if you you wouldn`t mind.

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Hi Terry

No problem about the info will keep digging for you see what else I can finf -will scan the diary entry this week once I locate it

If you can send the photos to perce621@yahoo.co.uk that would be great

Cheers

Perce

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Hi Terry

Have scanned the pages I have covers 10-16th drop me a line if you want them

Cheers

Perce

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Hi Perce, its TNicholls, lost my login info so had to re register, its been a long time since iv been on here. did you ever get the pictures I sent for Arthur and possibly Thomas? as I'm starting to get into the family tree again I would be grateful of any info you have especially on Thomas Luscott

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