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Cpl Clarke E Lancs Reg


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Good evening all , I apologise to ask for help again but I've searched ancestry and cannot find s single thing on this man if anyone can assist , if only to confirm I'm using this site wrong it would be most appreciated 7640 A CPL P CLARKE E LAN REG many thanks in advance all the best 

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What does the P stand for and do you know anything else like date of birth etc

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Patrick, answered my own question and RussT beat me to it well done 

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9 hours ago, RussT said:

Thanks I appreciate this not sure why I am struggling with ancestry so much recently all the best 

5 hours ago, OM4619 said:

Here's a 'mini' service record for him detailing disciplinary record, hospital admissions plus various other important dates, etc ...

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Brilliant mate thanks if you don't mind me asking where did you source that info seems quite detailed sadley I can seem to make it out all the best 

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4 hours ago, madman said:

 

Brilliant mate thanks if you don't mind me asking where did you source that info seems quite detailed

 

It's from the 1/ELR roll of qualification for the 1914 Star held at Fulwood Barracks, Preston.

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8 hours ago, OM4619 said:

 

It's from the 1/ELR roll of qualification for the 1914 Star held at Fulwood Barracks, Preston.

Many thanks I appreciate your time and help 

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