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Hi Kit,

I believe these were the date on which the list was compiled rather than the date of wounding. Have not been able to find your grandfathers medal index card, if you have this there should be reference to a List on it, do you have the number?? it should read as List M/????.

Andy

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Posting on behalf of hmsk212:

HA 9649

HB 7744

HB 7744 Cont

HA 9600

HA 9647

HB 7740

HB7740 Cont

HB 7721

HA 13406

HA 9619

and finally, HA 13372

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Oooops. Did anyone notice the deliberate errors? The 'Cont' pages are actually duplicates. Sorry. That's what happens when you post after midnight :doh:

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Found this in with 40777 Horace Arthur Holseys papers.

Sick and wounded N.C.Os. and men of the Expeditionary Force - Mediteranean.

List No. H. 7390

Royal Engineers -

14127 Dr. Holdaway. W.R. RE. N/22 Sig.Co.

9/A.C.

Debility - Dis. to Unit ex 18 Sty. Hos. Suez, 18th March 1915.

1004 Spr. Brown. W.H. RE. 29/Sig.

Syno. Knee - Dis. to Sidi Bishr Camp, Alexandria ex 18 Sty. H. 18th March 1916.

52714 Dr. Webb. T. RE. N/22 Airline.

Scabies and Impetigo - Dis. to Unit ex 18 Sty. Hos. Suez, 20th March 1916.

1263 Spr. Grant. D. RE.1/City of Edinbrugh.

P.U.O. - Dis. to Unit ex 18 Sty. Hos. Suez, 20th March 1916.

1712 L/C. Hibbard. E.S. RE. 1/W.Rid. Fld. Co.

I. C. T. Neck - Dis. to Abbassia Con. Camp Cairo, ex 18 Sty. Hos. 20th March 1916.

73932 Dr. Munger. H. RE. att/9/A.C. Hqrs.

Dermatitis, Exfoliative, - Trans. to Cairo, ex 18 Sty. Hos. Suez, 21st March 1916.

1724 Spr. Wilson. J. RE. 1/City of Edinbrugh.

Dacry?cystitis - Dis. to Unit ex 18 Sty. Hos. Suez, 21st March 1916.

1277 L/C. Stewart. J.RE. 1/1 City of Edinbrugh.

N.Y.D. - Adm. 18 Sty. Hos. Suez 23rd March 1916.

2385 Spr. Bedford. R.A. RE. 29/Sig.

Myalgia - Dis. to Sidi Bishr Camp, Alexandria, ex 18 Sty. Hos. 23rd March 1916.

1357 Sgt. McDonald. J. RE. 1. City of Edinbrugh.

Burns Thigh R. - Dis. to Unit ex 18 Sty. Hos. Suez, 24th March 1916.

Army Ordnance Corps -

List No. H. 7390

02584 2/Cpl Williams. A. A.O.C. 29/Co.

Dengue - Adm. 18 Sty. Hos. Suez, 19th March 1916.

Army Cyclist Corps -

List No. H. 7390.

3796 Pte. Johnson. W. ACC. 29/Division

Influenza - Dis. to Sidi Bishr Camp, Alexandria ex 18 Sty. Hos. 18th March 1916.

3231 Pte. Smith. H. ACC.29/Division

Lipoma - Dis. to Sidi Bishr Camp, Alexandria ex 18 Sty. Hos. 24th March 1916.

hope this helps some one out.

Dean.

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Diane

I am in awe of your work here and hope that you have the answer to a long-standing question on one of my interests,who was wounded somewhen from 1916 to 1918 (!!) and I haven't as yet been able,in the normal process, to identify his Battalion. He was discharged as a result of wounds in 1919,having been transferred from his action Regiment to the Middlesex Depot for an unknown period ! He was:

Private 3577 W S STEER of the Queen's Royal West Surrey.

I have deduced that he entered a war theatre after 31.12.1915 and then emigrated to Canada in 1925. I hope you can put me out of my misery/frustration !

Best wishes and all power to your typing fingers !

Sotonmate

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Diane

Thanks for looking !

I shall take a full read of this thread now to get the feel of how I might contribute something, I promise I won't flood your In-Tray later !

Sotonmate

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Not hoarding Diane, just not on here often these days and got tied up in other research. I do have a fair few more of these lists to get off to you and will do when I can.

Andy

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Agree with you Sotonmate, excellent work by Diane, Andy and other contributors. I wonder how many forum members have seen a man they are researching on the list. Out of 65 men, I have found 2 wounded, pretty good for a small town, and excellent information. Dewar, and Clogg. I would never have known Pte William Clogg had ever been wounded in the back, but for this thread.

Keep up the good work.

Cheers Mike

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David_Underdown

Only just come across this thread. When I was researching 12234 Harry Jones Cheshire Regiment, I noted in passing that some of the pages of his file seemd to consist of reused casualty lists (noted at Description of files relating to Harry Jones (1873-1918), sash window maker, soldier. I should still have the images - though it's possible I didn't bother saving the ones not directly relating to him. There are links to the relevant Ancestry urls on the page linked above however.

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Hi,

I'm posting two lists found in the service records of

Thomas Vernon

Regimental Number: 138417

H. 6001 and H. 7790.

But I doubt they will be any use to anyone as the mens names are missing :wacko:

Here goes anyway.

John

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David_Underdown

Stumbled over this one http://www.flickr.com/photos/11226331@N05/5121030361/in/set-72157625255364412/ in an officer's service record (he's on it, it's not just being used as scrap). Haven't had chacne to look out the one's in harry Jones' record again yet.

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Hi,

I'm posting two lists found in the service records of

Thomas Vernon

Regimental Number: 138417

H. 6001 and H. 7790.

But I doubt they will be any use to anyone as the mens names are missing :wacko:

Here goes anyway.

John

Thanks John; it's always worth posting them as I have 2 sheets of names, SNs and part of the Regt but no other details. They don't match up with yours sadly.

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