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No 20499 Private Albert Edward Bradshaw 2nd Bn Coldstream Guards


wmfinch
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Hello All,

I’ve almost completed my research on Private Albert Edward Bradshaw  but the only thing I can’t work out where he was wounded.  He died of wounds on the 30th August 1918 at the 1st Australian General Hospital, Rouen and is buried at the St Sever Cemetery Extension  Any help will be very much appreciated.

V/R

Wayne

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My notes say killed in action and that the victory medal has been on the market

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7 minutes ago, Coldstreamer said:

My notes say killed in action and that the victory medal has been on the market

I know he died of wounds at the 1st Australian General Hospital but didn’t know about his medal.  Would love to find it! 👍

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Is he a relative ?

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1 hour ago, Coldstreamer said:

Is he a relative ?

No, I’m researching men for the Glos Warks Rly so we can create a Memorial for all the ex GWR Honeybourne Line men who perished during WW1…24 of them but I’m up to number 19 thanks to assistance from loads of very kind folks including those on this Forum 👍👍👍👍

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Ill check some old notes and see what i can find

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