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    Hi

    After the excellent information I was given by members of this forum on one of my relatives I was wondering if anyone could find out any information about some of my other relatives.

    24509 Pte.S.Mummery North'N.R.

    G-4843 Pte.A.Mummery E.Kent.R (The Buffs)

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks

    Cameron

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    Private Sydney Mummery
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    Private Albert Mummery
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    Hi

    Thank you Ade.

    Its great to have the information to go with family medals and I really appreciate your help.

    Thanks

    Cameron

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    Hi

    Also, is it possible to find out which Battalion they served in?

    Thanks

    Cameron

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    Hi Cameron, yes it is. This can be discovered via the Medal Roll. See the codes numbers written at the side of each medal on the Medal Index cards I have shown.

    But I cannot do that research for you. You need to pay a researcher at the National Archives to pull the records for you and copy them. I can recommend a very good guy for you if you wish to proceed. Only costs about £15 for each name.

    From there you can research where each Battl served etc.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hi Cameron, yes it is. This can be discovered via the Medal Roll. See the codes numbers written at the side of each medal on the Medal Index cards I have shown.

    But I cannot do that research for you. You need to pay a researcher at the National Archives to pull the records for you and copy them. I can recommend a very good guy for you if you wish to proceed. Only costs about £15 for each name.

    From there you can research where each Battl served etc.

    Cheers, Ade.
    Hi

    I think I might do that. It would really make a great display having all of the documents to accompany the medals.

    Thanks

    Cameron

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    Hi

    Thank you for the links Ade.

    Cameron

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