Sandie Hayes Posted 20 June , 2019 Share Posted 20 June , 2019 I thought this might be of some interest for those researching soldiers who served with the KLR. The King's (Liverpool Regiment) was formed in July 1881 from the 8th (The King's) Regiment of Foot. No 157 joined on 21st October 1881No 210 joined on 18th February 1882376 joined on 5th July 1883690 joined on 18th March 18841028 joined on 1st January 18851647 joined on 29th April 18862055 joined on 21st April 18872373 joined on 1st February 18882880 joined on 30th March 18893344 joined on 18th April 18903541 joined on 29th May 18913811 joined on 10th May 18924098 joined on 16th February 18934443 joined on 1st February 18944874 joined on 31st July 18955290 joined on 16th April 18965659 joined on 5th March 18976125 joined on 9th July 18986351 joined on 4th February 18996733 joined on 20th February 19007332 joined on 9th January 19018151 joined on 22nd May 19028418 joined on 24th February 19038774 joined on 28th April 19049316 joined on 8th July 19059622 joined on 10th September 19069923 joined on 25th April 190710477 joined on 9th November 190810578 joined on 9th June 190910799 joined on 11th January 191011102 joined on 15th March 191111226 joined on 12th February 191211588 joined on 26th May 191311987 joined on 4th August 1914Number 11987 enlisted as a career soldier for 12 years' long service, and there would be many thousands of men following in his footsteps, albeit the vast majority of these for shorter, war-time only service. (from Army Service Numbers Blogspot) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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