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Thomas Wootten not a good photo!


nellys
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Take your pic from the MICs:

Description Date Catalogue ref Details

Medal card of Wootten, Thomas W

Corps: Labour Corps

Regiment No: 366605

Rank: Private

1914-1920 WO 372/22

Medal card of Wootten, Thomas A

Corps: Royal Engineers

Regiment No: 267985

Rank: Sapper

1914-1920 WO 372/22

Medal card of Wootten, Thomas

Corps: Northumberland Fusiliers

Regiment No: 9162

Rank: Private

1914-1920 WO 372/22

Medal card of Wootten, Thomas H

Corps: Royal Engineers

Regiment No: 156888

Rank: Serjeant...

1914-1920 WO 372/22

Medal card of Wootten, Thomas

Corps: Royal Scots

Regiment No: 7942

Rank: Private

1914-1920 WO 372/22

Medal card of Wootten, Thomas

Corps: York and Lancaster Regiment

Regiment No: 204404

Rank: Private

1914-1920 WO 372/22

Medal card of Wootten, Thomas Harold

Corps: Royal Warwickshire Regiment

Regiment No: 52209

Rank: Private

1914-1920 WO 372/22

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Not much clearer....

It is for me as I couldn't see the original (external hosting sites being blocked :ph34r: ).

Anyway, I agree, York and Lancaster Regiment.

Steve

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Golly.. you're quick, I was just looking thru Mic's and then looking at regimental cap badges, to rule some out. I wondered Northhamptonshire, but thanks for all you're help, Nel. I think you're right! cheers

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I see a lot of Northamptonshire Regiment badges, and on first view this one didn't look "right" for them.


I would agree with York and Lancaster.


Steve.

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Oops! I just found this

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sorry everyone, but you were right!!!

I have put the picture of him in another post, Pow camps England

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Probably still waiting to repatriate Hun POWs, I suspect.

PS - do you thnk he was York & Lancs? Is there a clue on the back of the postcard?

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Sorry.... :huh: was meaning to trick you... too many fingers in too many pies at the moment, my mouth keeps offering to help other people!

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I have emailed Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe re a Pow camp there in 1919, there was a pow camp there during WW11 but not much or any info re WW1 no reply as yet!

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