JenniferP Posted 17 June , 2019 Share Posted 17 June , 2019 I am researching a soldier called John Hebblethwaite , and I already have quite a bit about him he was a Warrant Officer, then sergeant He was awarded the Military Medal which was gazetted in March 1918 his unit is given only as 4/Field Artillery Im not sure whether this means Battalion , although one transcription says 'Battery' is there any hope of finding out how he got the MM , and where his unit was stationed in France in about September 1917 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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