PhilipOsier Posted 12 November , 2013 Share Posted 12 November , 2013 (edited) Hello GWF, I am writing this in regards to obtaining any information, escpecially any military service records regarding some of my family members. The first being three of my great great uncles who faught and fell in France during worl war I. My family has some vague information reagarding them, some of which may not be correct, but I would like to request the expertice of possible GWF historians to furthur my search. They are as follows: WWI Daniel Sheridan: (possible info) Born: Around 1888 in Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Death: 24 Mar 1918 in Haplincourt, Pas De Calais, France Military: 2nd Lietenant, 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry Possible Burial Location: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France Decorations: M C, D M C, Bronze Medal for Military Valour (Italy) William Sheridan: (possible info) Born: Around 1894 in Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Death: 13 October 1915 in Loos, France William Edward Lee Born: Around 1895 in 26 Nov 1895 @ 8 Newman St, Battersea, London Death: 13 October 1915, Loos, France Military: Gloucestershire Regiment, 10th Battalion Possible Burial: Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos-En-Gohelle, France In addition, I am very proud to say my great grandfather Frank William Lee, served and servived in the Royal British Navy. Frank William Lee: Born:7 Jun 1893 in 57 Kamballa Rd, Battersea, London Dealth: 6 Jul 1975 in Extendicare Nursing Home, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada Military: (1911-Royal Navy Sailor), (1918- Leading Seaman Royal Navy E-52 submarine), (1921- Petty Officer HMS Dolphin) Residance: Marital Residence 1918 - 24 Falcon Grove, Battersea, London Following the war 1921 - 76 Harold Rd, Southsea, Hampshire Emigration: 13 July 1922 - Arrived in Canada destination 212 Campbell St, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada With all this said, any additonal or supplementary information reagrding any topic would be greatly appreciated. I am very proud of my family and am just trying to piece together their heroic stories. Thank you, Philip Sheridan Osier Death Living Edited 12 November , 2013 by Keith Roberts Off topic material removed Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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