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Hi there,

I know this is a long shot but are there any ASC experts out there who could advise on which unit this man might have belonged too?

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If you can't read the image very well the medal roll number reads:

RASC/101/B3 at page 234B for his Victory and British Medal

And:

RASC/1 at page 89 for is 14/15 Star.

He was a driver in the ASC, his service number being T1/3773, he initially went to France on the 23rd June 1915. He drove horse transports.

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hello

unit details might be shown on the medal rolls that are held at the NA, Kew - the MIC numbers relate to relevent book and page

Ian

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hello

unit details might be shown on the medal rolls that are held at the NA, Kew - the MIC numbers relate to relevent book and page

Ian

Hi Ian,

Thanks for your help again. It was a long shot and I'll just have to check the rolls when I go to Kew next week.

Steve

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