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gunner bullimore.

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Guest trenchfoot

can anyone help with the following please,

details written inside small prayer book;

1060466,GUNNER BULLIMORE,A,SUB SECTION,

1st BATTERY,28th BRIGADE,ROYAL ARTILLERY,SHORNECLIFF KENT.

Also in bible found with above;

FREDERICK BULLIMORE,BOYLAND HALL FARM

LONG STRATTON.

"GIVEN TO HIM FROM HIS SISTER LULU,

WITH LOVE 4/3/16".

poss ww1 participant?

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Guest Hill 60

I had a look in SDGW and there was a Driver T4/275698 Frederick Bullimore, Royal Army Service Corps. Born & Enlisted in Leeds, Residence- Oakham. Died: 21 Feb 1917.

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CROONAERT

The service number indicates a member of the RA from the 1939-45 period.

The number block for the RA (including field branch, coastal branch and anti-aircraft branch) between this period was 721001 to 1842000.

I may be wrong, but I don't think you'll find many (if any) 7 digit service numbers from 1914-18.

Dave

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keith

Just a follow on to the name of Bullimore in Rutland. I have a book called Rutland and the Great war. in it there is a Driver Frederick bullimore amy service Corps, was the son of Mr and mrs James Bullimore Exton , He was a carter, and enlisted in the A S C in October 1916, going out to France in November the same year. his death occurred at Rouen from cerebro spinal memingitis on the 21st February 1918. he is buried at st,sever Cemetery Extension rouen. There is also a head picture of him .

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