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Henry Mills Goldsmith


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Does anybody have details on what TF Regulations para.112 states in reference to being seconded as an ADC ?

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Dave

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Thanks Gents.

My enquiry stems from research on the 1/5th Devons where one of the officers (Henry Mills Goldsmith) is quoted in the Gazette as "seconded under the conditions of paragraph 112, Territorial Force Regulations" as an A.D.C. at the outbreak of the war. I understand the appointment but not the relevence of the regulations. I am trying to find who he was A.D.C to.

Grumpy you are right on the date - it is dated : 5th August, 1914.

Appreciate the help.

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Dave

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  • 6 months later...

Just bumping this back up to see if I can regenerate any interest in parallel with other ADC thread ongoing.

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Dave

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  • 7 months later...

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Having done further research on Henry Goldsmith it appears he was a member of the british olympic team in 1908. winning a Bronze medal in the rowing eights. Still trying to find who he was ADC to. Anyone have any further ideas.

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Dave

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