Frank Fuller Barnard:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/7350289 and https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/50035810 votes
He appears on the Britain School and University roles 14-18 transcription.
He appears on the Bedford Modern School Forces Served 14 - 18 as RAMC Captain.
Appears in the LG, dtd 21 Aug 1914:
2nd South Midland Field Ambulance; the
undermentioned to be Lieutenants. Dated
22nd August, 1914: —
Ernest Joseph Clifford Groves, M.B.
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#2429 Warwickshire Yeomanry: Corporal Saddler. Died 20/02/1916, buried in Evesham (Bengeworth) Cemetery. I've tried spelling variants on Lives of the First World War, the above info is from CWGC website. Aged 48 when he died, he may have served in UK only. Thank you,
Andrew Heron.1 vote
Researching my great uncle John Short (RFC 53657) has a duplicate life story under number 55657. The duplication comes, I believe, from a transcription error of his service number in the National Archives indexing. The correct number is 53657.1 vote
Colour Sergeant John Mason, RMLI, service number CH/7778
I can find 3 records for him but no seed record:
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Transcription
Royal Marine Medal Roll 1914-1920 Transcription
WW1 Naval Casualties Transcription
Andrew Lloyd1 vote
Private in 10th and 11th Battalions, Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment.
Service number G 21702.
Died 23 Mar 1918
He is on the CWGC website. I don't understand why he is not on here.1 vote
William Steele RND Z6015 born Glasgow, joined RND July 1915, reported missing 30Dec1917 at Welch Ridge.
I have two photos and his RND War Service Record from the National Archives1 vote
2 records, same information on the medal cards:
Both Horace Gibson Andrews. Medal cards match.
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5172775 - Main record0 votes
Appears on RN Medal Card as:
Leslie John Spence, Probationary Flight Officer. R.N.A.S.
Appears LG dtd 11 Jun 1918:
ROYAL AIR FORCE.
The undermentioned (temporary appointments
are made at the Air Ministry: —
The undermentioned Probationary Flight
Officers (late R.N.A.S.) are granted temp,
commns. as 2nd Lts. (A. & S.) : —
22nd May 1918
Leslie John Spence.
Higgerty Main: https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/1862135
Hitchcock 37296 Main: https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/1898105
Duplicate: https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/51251241 vote
Lance Corporal John Fleming S/21856 CAMERON Highlanders died 21 March 1916 died in a uk hospital. Famous footballer player
This man was my great uncle. He died in a uk hospital 21 March 1916 and his death is recorded by War Graves Commision at Inveresk churchyard Musselburgh.
He was a famous footballer of his time played for Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur and Glasgow Rangers. Like many others due to incomplete records his name is not on any local war memorials.1 vote
LG Dtd 16 Sep 1915
London Field Ambulance.
The undermentioned Lieutenants to be
George B. Pritchard. Dated 4th August,
He appears in the Bedford Modern School Forces 14 - 18 List as:
Pritchard, GB (1897-06) RAMC, Captain.
The School Alumni book confirms his full name as George Brenthall Pritchard.
Census results for 1901 Bedford (corresponds with his school dates) lists George B Pritchard, B. 1889, USA living with his family on Ashburnham Road. link below:0 votes
5th Bn Bedfordshire Regt, presume home service.
His service record is:
He attended BMS period 1904 to 1908 and is listed as Pte P V Woodford. Alumni book lists full name as Percy Victor.
Your help is appreciated.
Both refer to Reginald Clark Royal Enginners - svc no. 84459 matches both records.
These are the same person.
Jean Raymond Roskilly 178635
(See image from British Royal Air Force, Officers' Service Records 1912-1920 Transcription )
Thank you very much.0 votes
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