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Private Arthur Gregory

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Dazscuba

Could anybody tell me what the numbers are for under killed in action? 1348/3511

 

 

also does anybody have copy of a Army form A 36?

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tullybrone

Hi,

 

It might be helpful to members if you attach a copy of the document where you saw the numbers you are referring to.

 

Steve

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Dazscuba

Thanks just added it now 

6719760E-312A-45AF-9296-534B12499CCA.JPG

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jay dubaya

I suspect they may refer to the 2 lists that provided the information

 

J

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jonbem

OK I'm taking a punt here, but from the image above I note the "Posted" stamp refers to Cheshire Rgt.

There is this chap

First Name:Arthur

Initials:A

Surname:Gregory

DOB:Circa 1889

Age:28

Birth Town:Weaverham, Northwich, Cheshire

Resided Town:Northwich, Cheshire

Nationality:British

Date of Death:03/10/1917

Fate:Killed in Action

Information:Parents: Allen and Mary Gregory, of 14, Wilbram Rd., Weaverham, Cheshire.

Rank:Private

Service Number:14767

Duty Location:France And Flanders

 

or

Corps Regiment     No Rank

4th Cheshire Regiment 2944 Private

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Dazscuba

Hi yes it's the first one Arthur Gregory born Jan 1889. I have all that but thanks and v impressive. Just wondered what the numbers are under the Killed in action?

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jonbem

I would suggest page number/record number or vice versa.

I look up the record of Soldiers effects HERE and it doesn't seem to match that number (579806)

or the medal roll HERE (i852 or 1852)

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Dazscuba

That's great thanks that's something else I have learnt 

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