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HA 15453 and HA 15461. France - October 1917.

Australians and New Zealanders on these which can both be found in the Service Record of 030656 Benjamin Lyons, ASC.

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In the Service Record of 5454 Stephen Edward Higgs, Cheshire Regiment are three pages of Casualty List HA 3839 - France, November 1916. As far as I can tell the list showing the RE and the RAMC has not been indexed by FMP. In the record there is also a partial list (which I was researching) and two other lists HA 3594 and HA 4532 which, unfortunately, do not show any names. Here is the list with the RE and RAMC. I will post the other two parts tomorrow.

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The other two pages of HA 3839

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15 hours ago, brianmorris547 said:

In the Service Record of 5454 Stephen Edward Higgs, Cheshire Regiment are three pages of Casualty List HA 3839 - France, November 1916. As far as I can tell the list showing the RE and the RAMC has not been indexed by FMP. In the record there is also a partial list (which I was researching) and two other lists HA 3594 and HA 4532 which, unfortunately, do not show any names. Here is the list with the RE and RAMC. I will post the other two parts tomorrow.

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Private G. Smith, R.A.M.C. (service number 3) alludes me. There are three Smiths with the service number 3 (A.Smith, E. Smith and J. Smith) in the R.A.M.C. according to the Medal Information Cards.

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9 hours ago, Jim Strawbridge said:

 

Private G. Smith, R.A.M.C. (service number 3) alludes me. There are three Smiths with the service number 3 (A.Smith, E. Smith and J. Smith) in the R.A.M.C. according to the Medal Information Cards.

 Jim

There are a lot of mistakes on these lists, I spend a lot of time checking the RE names for accuracy.

I think this G Smith must be 3 (later 403003) James Smith of Quarry Mount Terrace, Leeds. He has a Service Record on Ancestry. He enlisted into the West Riding Field Ambulance (TF) in 1913. His Statement of Services and Military History (images 152231 and 152232 / 639645) record that he served in France from 28/07/1916 to 01/11/1916 with the West Riding FA. This seems to agree with the data on the list, although there is no AF B 103 to confirm Trench Fever.

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4 hours ago, brianmorris547 said:

 

 Jim

There are a lot of mistakes on these lists, I spend a lot of time checking the RE names for accuracy.

I think this G Smith must be 3 (later 403003) James Smith of Quarry Mount Terrace, Leeds. He has a Service Record on Ancestry. He enlisted into the West Riding Field Ambulance (TF) in 1913. His Statement of Services and Military History (images 152231 and 152232 / 639645) record that he served in France from 28/07/1916 to 01/11/1916 with the West Riding FA. This seems to agree with the data on the list, although there is no AF B 103 to confirm Trench Fever.

Brian

 

It's a shame (for me) that it is not A. Smith as I have his medal pair.

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H A 7229 - France, February 1917.

In the Pension Record WO 364 of 126829 Henry Sears RGA. (982 on Ancestry)

At first glance William Benson RE enlisted into the Infantry in Belfast in 1915. He was discharged and then enlisted into the RE with number 200240 and then WR 354982. In 1919 he enlisted into the Kings Liverpool Regt 103081.

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Delighted to post the first one of these I've found :D ...

 

Dates around late Jan 1916.

 

It was in a KRRC OR's service record, but the man is not on this list.  The other side is a "hand made" Medical History form that appears to have been prepared at the Rifle Record Office, but the top is missing.  Looks like recycling of obsolete paper again.

 

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