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    Forgot to add: He died on 25/11/1916 and was in the Royal Warwickshire Regiment.

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    Do you have a picture Vicky?

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    the first on in the frame is my great grandpar brideman boar war. ww1 ww2 wounded ww1 lost sight of one eye. est surry reg. the 2nd on in the frame my great grand par wolfe wounded ww1 bayoneted in the gut bad alcoholic rest of his life lived in london. the first photo of three is my great uncle james crosbie killed 1918 royal garrison artillery. and his two brothers tom and bob all met up a day befor james died tom died in the 20s from gasing in the war. bob killed him self later on in life. the last photo my great grandpar reid still trying to find out more but did not come home after ww1 left my grandpar and his brother to fend for them selfs. i still got two more relos that where in ww1 but its a working progress at the moment.
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    Great pictures geelong, thanks for showing

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    Hi

    I also have some medals for relatives who were killed in action, but unfortunately no photograph. Would you mind if I post them anyway?

    Cameron

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    Quote by Cameron Stockton View Post
    Hi

    I also have some medals for relatives who were killed in action, but unfortunately no photograph. Would you mind if I post them anyway?

    Cameron
    Post away Cameron, you do not need permission from anybody

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    Hi, they are at my parents, ill ask them to send me some scans.

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    Hi

    Here is the Victory Medal which belonged to my Great x (I cant remember) Uncle. He served as a Pte with the 1st Battalion Royal East Kent Regiment and was sadly killed in action on 20/10/14. The rest of his medals are with family in Australia (or thats what we think anyway).

    See link for more information:
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/ww1-al...ummery-221849/

    Thanks

    Cameron
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