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I am trying to identify my Great Uncle Williams MIC (see signature) and have noticed a WR prefix before some of the service numbers, had a guess that this was maybe Waterways and Railways, can anyone shed some light please. Also would a T prefix indicate a Tunneler. Thanks

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I am trying to identify my Great Uncle Williams MIC (see signature) and have noticed a WR prefix before some of the service numbers, had a guess that this was maybe Waterways and Railways, can anyone shed some light please. Also would a T prefix indicate a Tunneler. Thanks

WR is Waterways & Railways as you suggest. Don't know about the T prefix though.

Steve

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A 4-digit number with T in front could be a Territorial.

Steve.

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