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Pension- Medical Record Interpretation

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HERITAGE PLUS

I would be grateful for some help in relation to the attached document which is from the record of a man awarded a conditional pension - 30% disabled, malaria and colitis.

 

It is the post award trail correspondence and tribunals.

 

Any comments would be appreciated but in particular what does awds (awards?) AMQII mean and what do the three entries on the left mean.

 

Thanks 

 

Dave

Pension Records.pdf

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ss002d6252

Most of the codes are administrative and lost to time I'm afraid so I doubt most will become clear any time soon.

 

I would think you're right on awards though.

 

Craig

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HERITAGE PLUS

Thanks  Craig - that's what I expected but worth asking.

 

Dave

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Dai Bach y Sowldiwr

Don't know what it means but I think it's 'AHQII' rather than 'AMQII'.

The 'H..II is repeated in HQII or HGII in the right hand column, of the right hand document, 6th line.

 

AHQII appears on the penultimate line of the same.

Edited by Dai Bach y Sowldiwr

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HERITAGE PLUS

Thanks - I see what you mean.

 

Dave

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Sjack91

Would this record show that he was receiving payment until 1928? Any help would be appreciated.

Junor pension.jpg

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David Tattersfield
On 03/01/2019 at 11:12, Sjack91 said:

Would this record show that he was receiving payment until 1928? Any help would be appreciated.

Junor pension.jpg

 

 

I don't think there clerk completed this sufficiently document for us now be able to say one way or the other. I've checked the reverse of this ledger and there's nothing recorded (which in itself is not unusual). We have a disability listed, but 'attributable to' or 'aggravated by' or 'non-attributable' is incomplete. The volume of 'other action' notes (which continues, seemingly to 1928) suggests on-going correspondence, but whether this was in terms of the 'agreed' pension or the fact it hadn't been agreed is probably un-knowable from this document. Further information may be available once the cards are digitised and published later this year. 

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