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Coldstream Gaurds at Cuinchy January 1915


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Hi all. My enquiry is bit of a long shot but here goes. On 25.01.1915 my grandfather Gunner 28151 Arthur John Roberts of 1 Siege Battery, RGA and a Lt. Dennis Mullaly, RFA recovered a Guardsman who lay wounded near a railway embankment close to the town of Cuinchy, northern France and some 300 yards from the first trench line. They were awarded the DCM and MM for their actions. Is it possible to discover the name of the wounded Guardsman, whether or not he survived his injuries and if not, where he is buried? We are visiting Cuinchy this May and if the guardsman did not survive would like to pay our respects. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Regards Alan Roberts

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have you read the DCM citation for any clues ?

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