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Private Alfred Hudd


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Can someone please help locate the medal card for Pte Alfred Hudd, 9324, Royal Irish Rifles, 1st Bn who died in a French hospital on 21 Feb 1915. Any information regarding this soldier would be most appreciated.



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Found him under Alfred HODD


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Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919 - soldier details

Name: Alfred HUDD

Regiment, Corps etc.: Royal Irish Rifles

Battalion etc.: 1st Battalion.

4.8.14 Aden. 27.9.14 embarked for U.K. arriving Liverpool on 22 Oct. then to Hursley Park, Winchester joining 25th Bde. 8th Div. 6.11.14 landed at Havre. 3.2.18 to 107th Bde. 36th Div. 11.11.18 107th Bde. 36th Div. Belgium; Mouscron, N.E. of Tourcoing.

Last name: Hudd

First name(s): Alfred

Initials: A

Birthplace: Bristol

Enlisted: Cardiff



Number: 9324

Date died: 21 February 1915

How died: Died

Theatre of war: France & Flanders

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and from CWGC


Initials: A

Nationality: United Kingdom

Rank: Rifleman

Regiment/Service: Royal Irish Rifles

Unit Text: 1st Bn.

Age: 29

Date of Death: 21/02/1915

Service No: 9324

Additional information: Husband of Jennie Maud Hudd, of 10, Richmond Terrace, Llanbradach, Cardiff.

Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead

Grave/Memorial Reference: I. D. 12.


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Many thanks to 'devonmaid' really appreciate your contribution and grateful for the information. Sorry 'eviltaxman' but Alfred Hudd's marriage certificate list his father as Mark Hudd so clearly the 1891 census return is not my man, but grateful for your time and effort.

Regards to both


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