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206576 Driver Charles Montague 126th brigade rfa


Brian J Owen
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Looking for any information about 206576 Driver Charles Montague, he was involved with the incident on the 20th/21st July 1917, and he was admitted to hospital November 1917, other than this i know nothing,  any information would be welcome 

Brian

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Military Medal Index card for London Gazette entry on 17/9/1917. This gives his unit at time of action for award (probably a few months earlier) as 126th Brigade Divisional Ammunition Column. 

https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/30287/supplement/9610

This gives his home town as Brainton

Appears on a War Office wounded list on 2/11/1917. This says town is Braunton

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Hi Mark,thank you for your quick reply, I am thinking he came from Braunton, Devon, 

but not certain, 

Thanks again 

Brian 

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  • 3 weeks later...

Good evening, could anyone help decipher the number's on the medal index and pension cards, as he was admitted to hospital in November 1917, and he had a pension card issued, would this indicate he was due a pension?

Montague, Charles (206576).jpg

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