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national roll of ww1, look up

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Madeline

Madeline Report 15 Jan 2006 18:20

Albert Harper, the only Harper with the correct ( or nearly correct ) initials is A Harper Grenadier Guards Paddington Jones E J. Gunner RFA I think maybe this is your one as it is the correct initials Was mobilised from reserves in Aug 1914 & was immediatly drafted to France. He took part in the very heavy fighting at Mons the first battle at Ypres & several other engagments. He was wounded & gassed in the retreat of 1918 and was returned to hospital in England. On his recovery he went back to France & served until demob in March 1920. He holds the Mons Star & General Service & Victory medals 20 Tarver Rd Walworth

Deb

Deb Report 15 Jan 2006 18:27

Hi Madeline, What a nice offer!! Could you please look up - Alfred Thomas Meager b.1885 Norwood (poss east surrey reg) William James Meager b.1894 Norwood John Meager b. 1895 Norwood (poss London Reg?) Thanks in advance Deb

Sue

Sue Report 15 Jan 2006 18:37

Thanks for looking for my TIVERS and CARSONS. It's so frustrating when you know they existed, but can find no trace of their war records. Thanks again for looking Sue xx

Rosie

Rosie Report 15 Jan 2006 18:42

Hi Madaline I would be very greatful if you would have alook for my my grand dad and his brothers Charles H EGLETON 1881 Wllliam A 1879 Frederick G 1886 Arthur E 1885 They were born around St Andrews Many thanks Rosie

Claire

Claire Report 15 Jan 2006 19:19

Hello again Madeline, Were any of the Percy Stevens in the Kings Royal Rifles? I THINK that may be his regiment. Many thanks, Claire xx

Christine

Christine Report 15 Jan 2006 19:29

Thank you so much for info on my grandad E.J.Jones i really appreciate.Dont want to be greedy but if you could please look and see if there are any surname Tacchi men they would be around around Clerkenwell. Their first names were Frank and a William they had other brothers as well all in army . Regards Christine

Twinklestar

Twinklestar Report 15 Jan 2006 20:32

hi madeline wonder if you could look up frederick L Hawkins the only thing i know about him is that he lived in the tottenham area but moved around thanks for your help tracy

Gillian in Aylesbury

Gillian in Aylesbury Report 15 Jan 2006 22:07

Thank you for looking for me. Much apreciated Gill

Jan

Jan Report 16 Jan 2006 00:49

Madeline, Thank you for your time. As Dudley Blake Prior born 1893 is an uncommon name I was wondering if you would be able to inform me of the information that you have on him as regards to the areas of Peckham and Battersea. Regards Jan (Australia)

Madeline

Madeline Report 16 Jan 2006 01:26

There are no Meagers listed at all, sorry Egleton, there is just one with the initials W C Egleton from Camberwell Percy Stevens, none Kings Rifles, sorry No Tacchi's at all, sorry Frederick L Hawkins, only one with F Hawkins from Peckham all the others have wrong initials. Just a note of interest my ancestors were Hawkins, some from Kensington but further back from Birmingham. William Tom Randall, there is a T J Randall from Paddington do you think this maybe the right one? John Fowler I think this might be yours J Fowler Private 7th London Regt He volenteered in 1914 & the following year was drafted to France where he was in action at Hill 60, Ypres, Viney Ridge & the Somme.He was buried by an explosion and sustained serious injurys & was invalided home. He was discharged in 1916 & holds the 1914-15 star and general and victory medals 7 Clayton St, Kennington SE London I thought this was your John Fowler as Kennington is right next to Camberwell. Regards Madeline

Madeline

Madeline Report 16 Jan 2006 01:30

Will check out Dudley Blake Prior in the morning and get back to you, must get some sleep now Madeline

Claire

Claire Report 16 Jan 2006 08:00

Thanks very much for looking. :o) Claire xx

Michaela

Michaela Report 16 Jan 2006 08:15

Hello Madeline, Could you please look up Edward Charles Connelly and Caleb Mower Stedman both from North Kensington. Both were killed during WW1. Thank you Michaela.

Jane

Jane Report 16 Jan 2006 08:49

Madeline, Would very much appreciate details of that West Ealing SANDY. Thanks for all you're doing - every little snippet leads onto something for most people. Regs Jane

Rachel

Rachel Report 16 Jan 2006 09:24

Please can you look up Charles Guilford born c1889 Battersea. He was the son of Charles & Hannah Guilford of Birley Street Battersea. Thank you so much for your offer of help.

Elizabeth

Elizabeth Report 16 Jan 2006 10:14

Thanks for trying anyway Madeline. Hope you finished the cross words! LIZ

Lucky

Lucky Report 16 Jan 2006 10:42

Hi Would you mind looking at Thomas E Sheldrick for me please. Many thanks Diane

Jane

Jane Report 16 Jan 2006 11:33

Hi Madeline Would you be so kind as to check for a William Samuel Remington born 1889 Lambeth London. He was in the Cheshire Regiment. Many thanks Jane

Susan

Susan Report 16 Jan 2006 12:08

Hi Madeline Very generous of you to offer your services. Please could you look for Edward John Knight living in the Hammersmith / Kensington area of London. This is my Grandfather and I know his Army number if this would help or confirm things. Many thanks Susan.

CelticShiv

CelticShiv Report 16 Jan 2006 12:10

Hiya, I have a couple of names I would like looked up, but don't know exactly where in London they were. Can you only do searches with location?????