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Muerrisch

army form scans was A R M Y F O R M database.

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Muerrisch

two good additions, thank you.

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eric e

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My Great Uncle, his father was the local magistrate but probably not allowed to sit on this case. Williams three older brothers were all in the army by this time.

Eric.

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Muerrisch

Thank you Eric: slow of me not to pick this up!

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rozgroggins

Does anybody recognise DAP (2), or A12?

Rosemary

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Guest AndyW
South African servicemans 'Personal Record Book'

Will include a couple of pages of this interesting document, which is written in both English & Afrikaans.

I'd be very interested to see the medical pages from this document.

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eric e

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Only a scan of a copy I'm afraid, hope it's of some interest.

Regards,

Eric.

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SFayers

Somehow I managed to miss this thread previously. I hope my next few posts will be of interest; they show scans of the contents of my late step-mum's dad's discharge documents. As well as his and his brother's medals I also have his collection of photos (stored in a hand-made wallet made from a trench cape!) - but I would guess his documents are of more relevance here.

First off is the envelope in which all the documents are enclosed - Army Form Z.53.

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Kind regards

Steve

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SFayers

His unit register card (front) - A.G.Z.500

I should add, the chap in question is Rifleman 49149 Robert George Andrews, 3rd Battalion, Rifle Brigade; later 64767 25th and 16th Battalions, KRRC.

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His unit register card (back)

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SFayers

Following Robert's wounding on the 16th October 1918, here's his Army Form B104-80A

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SFayers

Army Form W3919 (when Robert was with 25th Btn KRRC)

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SFayers

Army Form W5065 on Robert's demobilization from 16th Btn KRRC

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Army Form Z.11

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Army Form Z.18 (front)

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Muerrisch

marvellous ...... good to see this thread is not moribund!

It is/ will be a valuable resource for years to come

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SFayers

Army Form Z.18 (back)

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marvellous ...... good to see this thread is not moribund!

It is/ will be a valuable resource for years to come

Not at all - still more to go!

Army Form Z.21

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SFayers

Army Form Z.800

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SFayers

And finally, although not an official form but included here as it was together with the other documents, Robert's instructions for joining 16th Btn from 25th Btn KRRC in 1919

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Hope these have been of some interest!

Kind regards

Steve

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Muerrisch

of great interest, thank you very much for taking the time and trouble.

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daveyearp

Dear All,

I am looking for information on French and German Message Forms (What they looked like, how they were laid out etc) used by the Army.

I believe the British used Army Form C.2121.

Very grateful for any info

Many thanks .. Davey

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MJohnson

Would it be alright to post a French army form .This one is the details of the death of an English man ( from Devon ) serving in the French army

Maurice

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Muerrisch

it would certainly be of interest: unique to most of us.

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MJohnson

David ,

Here is the French Document .

Maurice

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MJohnson

Naval Document this time

Maurice

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MJohnson

David ,

I should have said that the scans are of photocopies

Maurice

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Muerrisch

Thank you: Mort par la France indeed.

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wizard2250

Grumpy,

Maybe a German POW-capture form as well...?

shawn

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