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Philip Barnes Freeman 45063 Middlesex Regt.


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Philip Barnes Freeman 1886-1959 was born, married and died in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. A dentist by profession as was his son. His attestation papers are online and reveal him joining the Middlesex Regiment as 45063 and 6871 in 1916.

Looked for a medal index card but only found one to a P.B. Freeman 2nd Lt. Worcestershire Regiment.

Cannot seem to connect his not being in the R.A.M.C. and other service.

Can any member help?

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Looking at his service papers, he never served abroad , apparantly no medals issued therefore no card. Discharged as unfit, broke his left ankle, left it weak, unable to march / train etc. Ralph.

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Many thanks Ralph for solving the enigma. Happy New Year.

John

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