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Royal Engineer (Newark)

Norfolk Fox

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I am looking to solve a 100 yr+ mystery?  Can anyone help me determine whether E.F.Chadwick - Royal Engineer (Newark) 89571 - Enlisted 8.4.15 Discharged 27.7.17 was the same person as Edward Frederick Chadwick born Cheetham, Manchester 18 March 1895? How might I find out - can anyone give me any clues or point me in the right direction? Thank you. 

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45 minutes ago, Norfolk Fox said:

Hi Alf

There appears to be two medal cards with the same number - one a Edmund T Chadwick & the other a E.F. Chadwick?

I think it's a transcription error.

 Edmund Thomas Chadwick has a surviving service record on FMP showing he was discharged due to a GSW, his MIC on Ancestry is marked discharged but has no notation for a Silver War Badge.  He was B. 1895 and at time of enlistment was living in Walthamstow.

 The MIC for E.F. Chadwick is for the SWB only. 

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