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private w t wedge m2-18811


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hello pals iam requesting help to find a private w t wedge m2-18811 army service corps have looked on cwgc and cant find him. im trying to find out if he survived the war and where he enlisted sorry i dont have any more information about him

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At first glance there does not seem to be a CWGC entry for a W T Wedge, ASC. Presumably he did survive the war. However that is not conclusive. There are inaccuracies in CWGC records, so you cannot be 100 percent sure from checking the CWGC database.

Perhaps somebody will do a SDGW lookup for you, although that is also not 100 pct proof.

To be more certain you will need to see his army service record at Kew, if it still exists.

Ian

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not on soldiers died or MIC records, maybe spelling check or alternative spelling.

serial number throws up interesting promotion!!

no officer died name of Wedge either

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i have 2 medals to this gentleman ww1 british medal and a victory medal and the name is w t wedge m2-18811 if he is not on mic does that mean he did not serve overseas

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It is highly likely that he served overseas unless the MIC is a Silver War Badge Medal Card with no added "stamp"

M2 denotes Motor Transport.

Steve.

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