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William Alfred Yeomans


Marigold1
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I am researching William Alfred Yeomans, He enlisted in 1914 and within one year became Acting Serjeant Ch192(S). He embarked on Victory (RM Brigade) on 19th November 1914. He was discharged on 1st January 1916 after being wounded on16th September 1915.

Would Victory have been at Chatham or Portsmouth? Is there any way of finding out which unit he was with and where he was wounded? So far I have only found one record for him (attached).

Many thanks,

Marigold

ADM-159-143-192.pdf

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23 minutes ago, Marigold1 said:

He was discharged on 1st January 1916 after being wounded on16th September 1915.

Quick update - William Alfred YEOMANS, Ch/192/S

WFA/Fold3 pension cards record - Born 5 Feb 1875 and that he claimed/received pension for Heart disease from 2 Jan 1916

[Doesn't mean he wasn't previously wounded!]

Sorry can't help with your main question

:-) M

Edit: Widow, Elsie, later claimed

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