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Hello everyone,

I have been following this topic with great interest but I was not able to find much reference to men wounded in action whilst serving with The 1/6th Battalion, The Royal Warwickshire Regiment between July 1916 and March 1917 which should mainly be listed under the Warwick Records Office.

I was wondering if any documents relating to this eight month period which I may have missed?

Thank you so much for sharing this fascinating topic with us all!

Best Wishes,

Micah Dominic Parsons

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Hi Micah,

while we have an impressive number of casualty lists here (over 11000), there are far, far more which are currently missing.  These probably run into hundreds of thousands.  So unfortunately it is just a matter of luck as to which have been preserved and been discovered so far, but if there are specific ones anyone is especially hoping to find the chances are sadly pretty slim that we have them.

As you'll have noticed though, new discoveries are made and lists published here from time to time so we should always remain hopeful!

There are also three other threads which have casualties listed.  They are a set of partial casualty lists where usually a large part of the piece of paper is missing; casualties evacuated on No.31 Ambulance Train and No.19 CCS's operation schedule.  Here are the links, and happy hunting!

David.

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Micah

The Times printed the Official Casualty Lists for that period on a daily basis. It will show all names under Wounded - Royal Warwickshire, also gassed and shock-shell. Some TF Units have their own lists i.e. they will be shown under Bn number but these are for 1915.  The 1916 lists are for all Bns of the Regiment and you will have to compare the names to the Service Medal and Award Rolls. I used to be able to access the Times Digital Library via my Lancashire Libraries Card but from this year can no longer do so. Lancashire Libraries no longer subscribe to it. 

Local newspapers of where your man was from may also show local casualties extracted from the main lists. 

Brian.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Two more not on the latest index.

HA 22183 - Italy.

PG 2311 - Basra.

FMP

HA 22183.jpg

PG 2311.jpg

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Hello everyone,

Thank you so much for sharing this information with me!

I have to admit that I have just been trying to discover and research men who served with The 1/6th Battalion, The Royal Warwickshire Regiment between July 1916 and March 1917.

I cannot wait to discover some more information from these casualty records!

Thank you so much for all your help and support!

Best Wishes,

Micah Dominic Parsons

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On 09/03/2023 Dink posted HA 13546 (p 94). Here is another part of the same list.

FMP.

Brian

HA 13546.jpg

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  • 4 weeks later...

HA 24426 courtesy FMP

HA 24426.jpg

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