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Royal Engineers 5th Battalion G Company Railway - Any information plea


HelenV
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Hi

Can anyone tell me anything about this corps - what they did - any photos or reports - where they were sent and when did they return to Engalnd as my ggrandfather's name was still on the absent voters list of 1920.

Thanks

HelenV

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Hi

Can anyone tell me anything about this corps - what they did - any photos or reports - where they were sent and when did they return to Engalnd as my ggrandfather's name was still on the absent voters list of 1920.

Thanks

HelenV

Might be worth emailing the RE museum, details on their web site.

http://www.remuseum.org.uk/index.htm

Regards

Phil

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whats is his service number ? They often give out clues to those in the know

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His name was Thomas Rogers and his service number was 251660 Spr. G. Coy., 5th (R.) R.E.

Any help much appreciated.

HelenV

Looks like he has a mic. and was in the Royal Army Service Corps at some time.

Description Medal card of Rogers, Thomas

Corps Regiment No Rank

Royal Army Service Corps SS/6882 Private

Royal Engineers 251660 Sapper

Date 1914-1920

Catalogue reference WO 372/17

regards

Phil

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