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64th Trench Mortar Battery

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I just came across this photo in an old album.on the back is written 64th TMB, Ypres Salient October 1917

The  following men are listed but not identified on the photo:

Pte Lilly (killed)

Pte Blackwell (wounded)

Pte Ledger (wounded)

Pte Gillies (wounded)

Pte White (contracted consumption)

Pte Murphy (wounded)

Pte May

Pte Hall

Pte Browell (gassed)

Pte Mundell

Cpl Hicking (MM)

Cpl Waugh (MM)

Pte Davis (wounded)

 

Hopefully they will will be of interest to someone. 

 

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Thank you - an excellent, clear image of priming 3-inch Stokes mortar bombs prior to use.

 

 

 

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On 14/09/2018 at 18:28, pudsey63 said:

I just came across this photo in an old album.on the back is written 64th TMB, Ypres Salient October 1917

The  following men are listed but not identified on the photo:

Pte Lilly (killed)

 

Pte Mundell

 

 

Hopefully they will will be of interest to someone. 

 

2398D03B-9107-4269-8E95-D432D1742FD4.jpeg

Cracking photograph. 

64th Brigade - 1st East Yorks. - 33315. Thomas Lilly. K.i.A. 27/4/1918.   Buried. La Clytte Military Cemetery. Belgium.

                        9th K.O.Y.L.I

                        10th K.O.Y.L.I.

                        15th D.L.I.  - 45494. George Robert Mundell.

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