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I have recently come across the following:

HENRY C.BARTON. Wheeler. No.TS 7879. Army Service Corps.

Could someone kindly tell me exactly what a WHEELER was.

Bernie

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I have recently come across the following:

HENRY C.BARTON. Wheeler. No.TS 7879. Army Service Corps.

Could someone kindly tell me exactly what a WHEELER was.

Bernie

Bernie

Badge of the "wheeler" or wheelwright could be worn by many ranks up to wheeler major and later by pattern makers, shipwrights, carriage & wagon repairers as well as wood turners & machinists. Shown in white metal and embroidered.

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Paul

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Bernie

Badge of the "wheeler" or wheelwright could be worn by many ranks up to wheeler major and later by pattern makers, shipwrights, carriage & wagon repairers as well as wood turners & machinists. Shown in white metal and embroidered.

post-26298-1194357668.jpg

post-26298-1194357686.jpg

Paul

Thank you so much for your prompt replies.

Bernie

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