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William Honan no t2 016183


raydenaes
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Hi Everyone

I had a great response when I posted a topic for Sgt Martin Honan. So here I am again seeking help. I am now researching William Honan (Martin's brother). I have his record from The Burnt Records at Ancestry. NO MIC card. It looks like he was a driver with ASC, excuse my ignorance I am not sure what this means . It also looks like he did not enjoy what he was doing as it only refers to charges against him. I would as always appreciate any help.Also the MIC card gives a reference and a page no, does this mean you can view the details somewhere. I am planning a trip to the UK next month to stop in at the NA and the IWM I also plan to visit Caterpillar cemetery in France to visit my great uncles final resting place.

Regards Ray

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Ray. ASC = Army Service Corps, the page and roll number on the MIC relate to the medal rolls held at the NA at Kew. Ralph.

PS. I take it you have the other 21 pages from Ancestry on him?

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