Would it be possible to correct the surname of Forewoman Irene M Fellow to Fellows ? https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/4952333 The name is incorrect on the Medal Record Card. Irene Mary Fellows (1897-1982) later married my great uncle and her WWI service in France with QMAAC was known within our family. Of official records of her service there is only the Medal Record Card and Medal Award Roll but we have a newspaper article on her marriage in 1922 which states that she "served in France holding non-commissioned rank in the WAAC".1 vote
Duplicate for James McCartney
I have added to:
Service as Sergeant recorded on:
Robert Seakel, born 1870, West Bromwich. Friston Roll of Honour has this seaman serving aboard HMS Victorious:
and the 1911 Census places him as PO 2nd Class in the coastguard at Crowlink, Friston.
Is this enough evidence for him to have a life story?
I would like to add Frank Coupe for whom I have his Royal Naval Reserve papers showing him as AA/186 posted to HMS President. He was my maternal grandfather and I have a birth certificate, photographs in uniform, medal card from IWM, digital record of his service number from National Archives and other papers.1 vote
1198 Lance Corporal James William Barron, 1st/5th West Yorkshire Regiment, was killed on 3.9.16 at Thiepval, France. He is named on the Thiepval Memorial. Please create a life story for him1 vote
Create Private Donald McKinnon service no. 3/5605. Died 07/11/15 aged 19 "B" Coy.5thBn Cameron Highlanders - Memorial Ypres (Menin Gate)
Please create a new life story page for Private Donald McKinnon service no. 3/5605 "B" coy.5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders Died 07/11/15 in Belgium. Memorial Ypres (Menin Gate) panel 38 and 40
Son of Charles & Marion McKinnon of 154 Gloucester Street, Glasgow.1 vote
His ship the Instructor was lost when it collided with The America in mid Atlantic but as death occurred not as a result of enemy action and he was a merchant seaman his death is not recorded with CWGC. Fourteen lives were lost similarly. www.merseysiderollofhonour.co.uk/obits/ships/instructor.htm1 vote
Two pages - same man -
Once merged, to be added to my Harborough community1 vote
With reference to the MIC transcription there appears to be a duplicated record for Leslie Arthur ADDISON
Not one of mine this time1 vote
Two pages to be merged please
as I have a photo and extra information from the following site to add:
(aide memoire to my very poor memory!)1 vote
Captain Harry Bernard Wallis, Royal Marines
Royal Marine Medal Roll here:
but cant find a seed record
Thank you1 vote
Richard Charles Scoble of 90, Nelson Road, Wimbledon, attested 8 December 1916. Service number T/259606. He joined the Army Service Corps; the record is very faint but it appears to read "No.1 Res H.T. Dep A.S.C."1 vote
Possible duplicated Life Story for H Barnes Border Regt.
James Hough, #173613, 20 Reserve Company, 4 Reserve Battalion, Machine Gun Corps, address 5 Eastwood Square, Warsop, Mansfield, Notts.
He was a coal miner prior when he enlisted.
Short service records are on Ancestry: https://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=1219&h=980554&tid=73164661&pid=32271397079&usePUB=true&_phsrc=IhM221&_phstart=successSource
No campaign medals as he didn't leave the UK.1 vote
Private Hiram James Phillips, #334785, Royal Engineers, Inland Waterways & Docks. Attested 13 November 1915, Hitchin, mobilised 24 April 1918. I suspect that with no service overseas he wouldn't have received any campaign medals.
Short service record available on Ancestry at: https://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=1219&h=1456609&tid=73164661&pid=32271396750&usePUB=true&_phsrc=IhM217&_phstart=successSource1 vote
Please merge "Serjeant" and Corporal Charles Stubbs 61872 RE1 vote
BLYTH, THOMAS WILLIAM
Service Number G/18686
Died 17/08/1916, Aged 16
Son of Daniel Blyth, of 27, Washington St., St. Leonard's St., Bow, London.
On dud corner Loos cemetery memorial and was my Great Uncle3 votes
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