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museumtom

Here is a list of the names on my

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museumtom

Good man Guy, a great list.

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SFayers

Hi Tom,

 

Another Suffolk Regiment chap for you, 1/4th Battalion this time:

 

Private Harry John COLLINS (BWM & VM)

 

Cheers

 

Steve

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museumtom

Well done Steve. Another one for the list. Thank you.

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SFayers

Hi Tom,

 

An 8th Suffolk casualty for you:

 

Private Frederick William TAYLOR (1914/15 Star & BWM, missing VM & Death Plaque)

 

Cheers

 

Steve

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museumtom

Good man Steve, thank you kindly.

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Howard Turner
On 07/08/2008 at 20:41, JOSTURM said:

Some awards to 5th London (LRB) men that I have:

Norman Osborne Ambler

Harry Barrett

Francis Barrett

Albert Whitney

Robert Buxton Hardiman

Ernest Andrews

Gustave Bertolle

Stanley Bone

Vincent Callen

Walter Grunsdon

Henry Harris

Reuben Hope

Harold Terry

John Rose

Harry Heasman

George Kettley

Reginald Heaver

David Penney

William George Percy

Herbert Priday

Thomas Smith

Harry Gill

Francis Walter Turner

George Ruggles

Enest Wellington

Victor Sharpen

John Francis Legg

Hugh Cecil Randolph Wyeth

Regards

Josturm

also new Leonard awards to:

L/Cpl Patrick Leonard - Irish Guards

Pte Andrew Leonard - South Lancashire Regiment

I'm interested in which award Francis Walter Turner received.  He was my grandfather.  Thank you, Howard Turner

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GWF1967

Trio.  Gnr. Frederick Chandler 25926. -  4 HAG. H.Q. Staff. R.G.A. 

 

V. Medal.    Dvr.  James Purdy Cooper 41874. - 121 Batt. R.F.A.   P.o.W 26/8/1914. 

 

1915 Star.   Gnr.  Henry Friend. L/4731 - R.F.A. 

 

Pair.  Gnr. Arthur Hall. 76004 - R.G.A. 

 

Pair.  Cpl. Cecil Jackson 76727. - R.W.F. 

654341 Labour Corps. 

 

Pair.  Pte. Ernest King. 26067. - 3/14th Yorks & Lancs. 

 

Pair.   Pte. William Lang. 6405 - 36th Div. Coy. Army Cyclist Corps.  Rfm. 15/9225. 15th-14th Royal Irish Rifles. 

 

Pair.  Pte. Hugh Martin.  T/327943 - A.S.C. 

 

B.W Medal.  Dvr. James William Webster 67103. - 32nd Bde. RF.A. 

 

 

 

 

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museumtom

Good man GWF, a tidy list.

 Kind regards.

 Tom.

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Knotty

Thank you Guy

I will add them as soon as, and try to publish the latest set of data in early January.

 

John

ps I’m sure Tom will add his thanks as well😁👍

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museumtom

Thanks Knotty, you are correct of course, I do apologise Guy, and thank you for your excellent list.

 Kind regards.

 Tom.

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Knotty

Hi Tom

Looks like I made a blunder, either that or I’m going senile, you had already replied thanked Guy, so I apologise to your good self.

John

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museumtom

Well, in fact you were correct, I had not thanked Guy. Not like me. No need to apologise and keep up your sterling work!

Edited by museumtom

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GWF1967

Calm down-calm down. No need to come to blows. 🙈

Many thanks to you both for taking the time and trouble. 🤗

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GWF1967
On 17/10/2019 at 22:24, GWF1967 said:
On 17/10/2019 at 22:53, Knotty said:

Thank you Guy

I will add them as soon as, and try to publish the latest set of data in early January.

 

John

 

 

Pair.   Pte. William Lang. 6405 - 36th Div. Coy. Army Cyclist Corps.  Rfm. 15/9225. 15th-14th Royal Irish Rifles.

 

 

 

 

 

On 17/10/2019 at 22:27, museumtom said:

Good man GWF, a tidy list.

 Kind regards.

 Tom.

Gents.  Thanks to an eagle eyed Forum member,  owen4256,  I now hold a Trio to  -  Pte. William Lang. 6405. Army Cyclist Corps. 

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Knotty

Thanks Guy, duly noted

 

John

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museumtom

Well done Guy, thank you.

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