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museumtom

Here is a list of the names on my

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Dominion

Been a while since I've updated my collection:

 

FADDEN E. F. Royal Fusiliers PS/6071 - Memorial Plaque

WHARE F. H. Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery 51158 - Memorial Plaque

BARBER G. H. Royal Army Medical Corps. 30941 - Victory Medal

HEANEY B. East Lancashire Regiment 7130 - Victory Medal

BRUNTON. R. E Manchester Regiment 6724 - Victory Medal

MEADOWS J. I. 29-Canadian Infantry 75839 - Victory Medal

MORAN T. Manchester Regiment 3799 - 1914-15 Star

ALEXANDER G. P. Welsh Regiment 6398 - War Medal & Victory Medal

SKYNER J. S. Liverpool Regiment 1454 - 1914-15 Star & War Medal

SWARBRICK H. Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 45871 - Victory Medal

LENTY J. C. East Surrey Regiment SR-7134 - 1914-15 Star, War Medal, Victory Medal & Defence Medal

PIGDEN W. G. Royal Field Artillery 46692 - 1914-15 Star, War Medal & Victory Medal

KEELER W. J. East Kent Regiment G5251 - 1914-15 Star, War Medal & Victory Medal

 

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museumtom

A nice list, thank you Dominion.

 Kind regards.

 Tom.

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Knotty

Got it Dominion, will add to main list. Thanks

 

............. I don’t know Tom just when I thought I was ready to publish the update😂

( no offence to anyone)

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museumtom

Its the nature of the beast Knotty, no rush at all.

 Kind regards.

 Tom.

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gtkingston
On 05/02/2008 at 20:12, museumtom said:

Michael Creed.

Responding to a post from eleven years ago, but very interested to know more. My relative named Michael Creed, 19976, a gunner, was killed in the Battle of Loos on 25th September 1915 and I wonder if this might be the same person as it is an uncommon name. In fact he is the only Michael Creed on the Commonwealth War Grave Commission website. Would love to know more. Thanks.

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museumtom

All I can tell you is around 2004 Michael Creeds death plaque was purchased on Ebay from a Yorkshire dealer who in turn obtained it from dealer in Glasgow. 

Cheers.

 Tom.

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gtkingston
4 hours ago, museumtom said:

All I can tell you is around 2004 Michael Creeds death plaque was purchased on Ebay from a Yorkshire dealer who in turn obtained it from dealer in Glasgow. 

Cheers.

 Tom.

Thanks Tom. Michael’s widow died in Morpeth, Northumberland in 1968. Presumably it somehow found its way into the marketplace after that. I don’t expect anybody to part with it, although that would be a tremendous bonus, but I’d love to see a photo of it. I don’t suppose you captured a screenshot of the eBay posting? A bit unlikely, I know, since that was fifteen years ago.

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museumtom

It might take a bit of time, I don't even know where it is at the moment.

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gtkingston
20 minutes ago, museumtom said:

It might take a bit of time, I don't even know where it is at the moment.

Well, if ever you do come across it then I'd be delighted to see it.

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