British Army WWI Service Records, 1914-1920

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British Army WWI Service Records, 1914-1920

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  • Alexander Bristow, Army Service Corps, Regt No. 283840, Year: 1917, Form Title: Record of Service, 3 images
  • Harry George Langston, Regimental No. 80747, Short Service Attestation, 3 Mar 1917, Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
  • John Ward, age 32, Regimental Number 80726, Queen's (Royal West Surrey), Short Service Attestation, 11 Nov 1915, Transferred to 135th Labour Corps 9 May 1917, died 9 Nov 1918 of Influenza with Pneumonia, Document no. 1
  • John Ward, age 32, Regimental Number 80726, Queen's (Royal West Surrey), Short Service Attestation, 11 Nov 1915, Transferred to 135th Labour Corps 9 May 1917, died 9 Nov 1918 of Influenza with Pneumonia, Document no. 2
  • Walter Martin, age 32, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex) Regiment, Football Battalion, Regt No. 3123, Year: 1915, Form Title: Short Service Attestation, 40 images
  • William Ward, Regimental no. 1576, age 18, Birthplace: Battersea, Enlisted 8 May 1879 at Kingston Upon Thames, Attested 10 May 1879 for the 47th Brigade

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