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national roll of ww1, look up

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Jan Report 18 Jan 2006 03:26

Hi Madeline, Thank you so much for the information on WH PRIOR> Not sure as yet if this is Dudleys uncle but will do some more digging on my end. You have been most generous with your time in helping me out. Thanks Janis (Australia)


Brit Report 18 Jan 2006 03:40

Hi Madeline Thanks for the kind offer. Could you please try for ALFRED THOMPSON, he was born in 1888 in Chelsea. He later lived in Fulham. I know he was in the 1914/18 war and was injured in the leg and sent back to London where he was in hospital for many months. He always walked with a limp. I'm sorry I don't have any more details. I know you said there isn't much for that area, but it is worth a try as you say. Thank you so much. Maggie


Foxyfeline Report 18 Jan 2006 07:45

Hi Madeline Ok, thanks for looking again for me Lisa xx


Chelly Report 18 Jan 2006 08:25

Hi Madeline Many thanks for trying to find my Comley and Holmes Shirley

Jim The Ferret

Jim The Ferret Report 18 Jan 2006 08:30

Good morning Madeline. I wonder if you have anything on the following three brothers. William Peter Willows b 1890 (believed London Regiment) Eli John Willows b 1894 Herbert Willows b 1898 all of Islington. Thanks in advance. Jim


Elaine Report 18 Jan 2006 08:39

Thanks for kind offer - could you look the following up - Henry Bradley b 1893 Limehouse, London George Bradley b 1891, Limehouse, London Charles Bradley b 1891, Limehouse, London Enoch Holford Whitfield b 1893 - Greenwich (not sure if this comes under London or Kent) Many thanks


Iain Report 18 Jan 2006 09:46

Hi Madeline, Thank you for your offer. Could you look up Frederick George Stockley John T Dexter Should heve been living in Camberwell/Tooting, possibly joined up together. Also Frederick Charles Tucker, also Lambeth area of S. London. Best Wishes Iain


Unknown Report 18 Jan 2006 15:21

thankyou for your help Madeline I think that could be my granfather Peploe. Best Wishes Valerie


Michaela Report 20 Jan 2006 03:47

Stedman and Connolly Thanks for looking Madaline.

Steven de Grussa from Oz.

Steven de Grussa from Oz. Report 21 Jan 2006 02:18

Hi Madeline, thanks for your kind offer. Could you please look up George Baker in Woolwich? I am not sure if Woolwich was a part of London. He was born 02 Feb 1892 in Hampshire. His family lived in Woolwich since he was little. Thanks, from Steven in Australia.


Karen Report 21 Jan 2006 20:54

Hi Madeline, thankyou for your kind offer. Could you please have a look for anybody with the surname Petry. I am particularly interested in George Petry or Charles Petry. They moved around London so not sure where they would have enlisted maybe wimbledon or Kensington. Thanks Karen


SueMaid Report 31 Jan 2006 10:23

Hello, Madeline. I would appreciate you looking up anyone with the surname 'Maidman' in particular Robert Maidman. Possibly the Edmonton district. Thank you. Susan


Irene Report 31 Jan 2006 10:34

Would you please be kind enough to look for PERCY CHARLES HARRIS 14786 royal fusiliers. Born Poplar. East London. Many thanks Irene


Suzie Report 31 Jan 2006 10:40

ooo if you are still offering.... Arthur Henry Bryan East Surrey regt Pvt 11677 - WW1 was sent to Greece Salonica could you also see if there is an Ellen Beatrice Pelan (civil home defence) she supposedly got an MBE from this war. stanley william cecil sibley (the 2 middle names could be the other way round) thank you!!!!


Madeline Report 31 Jan 2006 11:54

sorry its took me so long to answer some of these but here goes A E BERRY there was only these listed A J Berry Battersea and F Berry Brixton also A H Berry Paddington Green H Maris none sorry HEBBLEWHITE SHEATE none sorry NORRIS the only ones with the initials are C A Norris Walworth H W Walworth C Battersea W Battersea BOWYER only one W Bowyer Fulham will get back to you with the rest soon Madeline


Madeline Report 31 Jan 2006 12:40

THOMPSON, i think this maybe is yours A THOMPSON Special war worker During the war he held an important position at Messrs Vanden Plas Aircraft Works Fulham, he was engaged with the manufacture of aeroplanes. His special qualifications proved of the utmost value to the firm. 25 Mablethorpe Road. Munster Road SW6 WILLOWS sorry none listed BRADLEY the only one with the correct initial is C Bradley Willseden WHITFIELD none sorry STOCKLEY only one P C Stockley Battersea DEXTER only one E Dexter Wandworth BAKER the only ones with G in the initials aretwo from Battersea, a few others from Walworth PETRY one C H Petry from Rotherhithe


Madeline Report 31 Jan 2006 13:20

TUCKER the only Tuckers are W H E A H W all from Battersea J R Rotherithe E A Peckham F J Blackfriars Rd F P Fulham A H Paddington MAIDMENT one E E Maidment Battersea HARRIS sorry not his number BRYAN sorry not his number PELAN SIBLEY sorry neither of these are listed


Irene Report 31 Jan 2006 13:57

Thank you for looking for Percy Harris for me, much appreciated. Irene


Iain Report 31 Jan 2006 15:30

Hi Madeline Thank you so much for looking Best Wishes Iain


Michael Report 31 Jan 2006 15:57

Hi Madeline, Thanks for your kind offer. Could you please search for John Tavender born about 1883. I believe he was living around the Shoreditch or Willesden areas. I think he was in the Royal Fusileers (London Regiment). Many thanks Mike