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I have information on the Tyneside Scottish & Tyneside Irish. I also have the battalion history of the 18th battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers.

Willing to do look ups.

SEAN

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Does the information you have include OR? If so could you look up an Amos Wakenshaw 2/Tyneside Scottish?

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marc

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He's not mentioned in the nominal roll but this is not a full roll of all troops serving with 2 Tyneside Scottish.

Give me a couple of days and I will have a look through the book for him

SEAN

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Marc

No mention of Pte Wakenshaw I'm afraid.

The book on the Tyneside Scottish is a good read if you want a copy.

It was published by Pen & Sword and it's ISBN is 0-85052-587-X

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Sean,

I am interested in the 27th. My great grandfather, Arthur Shaw No659, enlisted on 6 Jan 1915, was shipped to france on 11 Jan 1916 and back home on 7th Sep 1916. Family legend has it that a snipers bullet took away most of his left bicep, however his medical records show he was given a medical disharge for rhumatism. Does he get a mention, if not does it state where the 27th was at the end of August, begining of September. Thanks in advance for your help.

Richard

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I have information on the Tyneside Scottish & Tyneside Irish. I also have the battalion history of the 18th battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers.

Willing to do look ups.

SEAN

Sean,

I'm looking for info concerning Pte Augustine NORMAN No: 27/1152 of the 27th Battalion (Tyneside Irish)

Northumberland Fusiliers who is on CWGC site as having died on 27th Feb 1916.

Regards

Geoff

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