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Margaretnolan

What does N.Y.D. Sick mean. I see a local man on the above list.

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seaJane
4 minutes ago, Margaretnolan said:

What does N.Y.D. Sick mean. I see a local man on the above list.

Not Yet Diagnosed.

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8 minutes ago, seaJane said:

Not Yet Diagnosed.

 

Thank you seajane. He was killed in action on 24th April 1915.

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Jim Strawbridge

Thank you, stiletto_33853. I have the 1914/5 trio to 595 Sapper T.H. Marks, R.E. (posting 906). Useful additional information even if it is only measles.

 

 

 

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Glad it helped you Jim.

 

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I have not lost interest in this thread. I started looking for 1916 RE lists in the hope that I might find my RE grandfather on one of the faint or obscured lists that FMP has not been able to index. I think I have now found all the RE lists since I have not turned up a fresh one for some time. I am now working on stage 2, which is to check the accuracy of the lists in respect of names, ranks and numbers and stage 3, which is to include the names from the 1916 Times OCL RE Wounded lists and names in the 1916 RE War Diaries (having also been checked for accuracy) on to my ever growing spreadsheet. 

Brian

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On 21/10/1916 I posted list H 7430 showing REs and today I found another list with the same reference (and date). The last name is 2616 Pte Patterson, G of 205 Tunnelling Co (should be 250 TC). George Patterson was 2616 Northumberland Fusiliers later Labour Corps 471296. He was attached to 250 TC but was not in the REs. He is also shown on list H 7414 (post 619 - posted 02/09/1916) as 250 TC.

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