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Family member killed 1916

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    Service Record part 2
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    Service Record part 3

    As far as I can find out, his Battalion was part of the British 3rd Infantry Division which took part in the Battle of Bazentin Ridge which started on 14 July 1916.

    Battle of Bazentin Ridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Hope this is of some interest to you.

    Regards

    Richie
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    Congrats and thanks for posting about him.

    You are very lucky that his service record has survived.

    Nice work guys.


    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hey Airwarrior, and other forum members

    I'm really glad you got some information on your relative; good on you to post about it. It's great knowing about your relatives service in the wars. I just wanted to comment and say that reading a thread like this is why I love warrelics.eu forum. The members are so ready to help another member, instantly committing to assist airwarrior, and not asking for anything in return. The warrelics forum is really a great big wonderful community!

    Thanks everybody, for such a wonderful forum and community
    Quinn

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    You can buy copy/replacement ww1 medals and blank death pennys on Ebay that you could get marked up with the guys details to put in your display

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    Thank you all for your ti,e and effort i really apreciate your help in every way possible happy new year to you all and when Freds Photographs and replacements are framed i will post them onto this thread Kind regards Andy

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