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Private George Richmond Inman RAMC TF


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Hi i'm trying to find any more information on my great grandads time during WW1, particularly where he would have been stationed, my nanna who is 94 - George's daughter - recalls him mentioning The Somme and or Ypres, and that he was a stretcher bearer.

The information i currently have on his discharge record, medal record, war badge record, victory badge record is as follows

George Richmond Inman

RAMC TF

Reg No. 419033

Private

Discharged Para392 VXIA (no longer fit for service)

Enlisted 14/2/12

Discharged 11/7/19

Action taken - list RAMC\1698 ? unsure what this means

Medal record

RAMC Pte Regtl No. 1791

Victory RAMC/107b 114 page 8930

15 Star RAMC/22b page 1896

Date of entry 28/2/15

War badge B336480

14/2/12-11/7/19 aged 25

Served overseas yes

I'd really appreciate anything you could add to the details I already have

Thanks in advance

Leigh

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Update - i've managed to find based on the RAMC TF renumbering he was in the 46th North Midland Division (Leicester) and travelled in February 15 to Ypres Salient.

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N66

Welcome to the Forum !

Here a couple of pages from the Long Long Trail to help your understanding:

http://www.1914-1918.net/fieldambulances.htm

http://www.1914-1918.net/46div.htm

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The date of entry may suggest he could have been attached to the 1/5th Leicesters, was he a Leicester lad?

Regards.

Llew.

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The date of entry may suggest he could have been attached to the 1/5th Leicesters, was he a Leicester lad?

Regards.

Llew.

Yes Leicester born and lived here till he died in 1985.

I think he was attached via the RAMC to the 46th North Midland Division so i suspect the 1/5th Leicesters were in that division too

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