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Richard White Williams 10th London Regiment


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Im researching the above Officer. He Died 16/8/15 from wounds sustained in the Battalions attack on Kidney Hill. He was the Son of Richard Cydwelyn Williams and Sarah Williams (nee Dainty), of 6, Elms Rd., Dulwich Village, London. From 1904 he served in the First Surrey Rifles (T.F.); became 2nd Lt. 1912. Distinguished in swordsmanship. Honorary Secretary of the School of Arms and a Scoutmaster. Joined 10th Bn. Jan., 1914. I have all the war diaries etc, But really looking for a photo or any additional information on his time as a scoutmaster or his role as Honorary secretary of the school of arms. Any help greatly appreciated Guys and Girls.


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Hi James,

I think that I have a photo of him in a group. I'm pushed for time at the moment but will have a look tonight and let you know.


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