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Carol

a tiny correction which may help you to locate records, etc - the correct spelling of the place name near Derby is DUFFIELD, not DRUFFIELD. Hope this helps!

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Jim Strawbridge

I always look but rarely find. But, thank you, Diane, today was trumps. I have the 1914/5 star to A. Lawton (not Lewton) that heads up your list.

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Andy,

It's been a long while since your original post but I am hoping you

still have access to the lists. I have downloaded a couple of the posted

lists for my database but there are two men listed in the first couple

of pages which I need that extra bit of info.

They are:-

(Post No.17)

List H.B.7284 Aug 1917

Warwick, regular and territorial office

SAVILLE.H.J. 20287 8th Glosters

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(Post no.68)

List 11273

COOPEY.W. 9152 2nd Glosters

Many thanks,

Simon.

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Excellent, Jim. BTW I haven't forgotten about the Melbourne trip - just having a little difficulty atm [vertigo]

Simon - will post them for you

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Simon - will post them for you

Diane,

Many thanks for that. Downloaded and stored.

BR,

Simon.

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Thanks for posting Craig,

It's the first time I've seen a 5 Siege Battery man in one of these returns. Henry Axtell was wounded severely in both legs (as is clearly evidenced here) on 20th May 1918, and he died the next day in 4th Canadian CCS at Pernes. Would you mind if I download a copy of this for my records?

All the best

Steve

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Thanks for posting Craig,

It's the first time I've seen a 5 Siege Battery man in one of these returns. Henry Axtell was wounded severely in both legs (as is clearly evidenced here) on 20th May 1918, and he died the next day in 4th Canadian CCS at Pernes. Would you mind if I download a copy of this for my records?

All the best

Steve

I've no objections

Craig

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Tyneside Chinaman

I came across this in an Inniskilling Fusiliers documents, originally enlisting for the Tyneside Irish he was changed to the R Inniskilling Fusiliers who were recruiting on Tyneside at that time.

Hope it is of use to someone.

regards

John

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List H.A.8231 - RAMC

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List H.A.12372

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Amazingly, 29842 John McCubbin is one of the local men I'm researching. A newspaper article states invalided Aug 1917, returned 20 Nov 1917. He was killed in action, 16 Dec 1917, age 20.

Stuart

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I am interested in the RE lists. I am trying to find out which Unit of the RE my grandfather was serving with when wounded. He was 83123 Sapper John Morris and he was wounded prior to 05/09/1916. He was discharged from T C Newark on 20/08/1917.

Brian

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Always wanted to find one of these. This one is from a Royal Dublin Fusiliers file (2nd Btn). Looks like a General Routine Orders entry.

Mark

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I've no idea what this one is.

Mark

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A third list:

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A third list:

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Mark

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