Guest IanG65 Posted 14 December , 2004 Share Posted 14 December , 2004 I have read with great interest a lot of info on the forum here regarding service records.I understand that the building where they were stored was bombed in WW2 and so its a flip of the coin if your relatives record still exists. My question was is there an index by name or by service number for those records that do survive? Now I know for certain that after my Great Grandfather died that my Great Grandmother recieved a pension. Would the documents to her pension application have been kept in his Service record or were they kept by another Govt dept and indeed survived to exist today? If pension documents are available does anyone have the info where I might find them? I am dealing with a very common surname (Smith) so any help to narrow the field so to say is a good thing. Thanks any advice on this one would be greatly appreciated. Ian. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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