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Armed Forces / Thomas Amphlet Fuller
« on: Thursday 05 January 17 19:30 GMT (UK)  »
Hi All, Happy New Year to you all
I am looking for the Service Number of the above chap.  He served as Lieut and then Captain in the Royal Kent Cyclist in WW1.  I can make out his Service Number and wondered if anyone can help me please.
Thanks in advance

World War One / Frederick John Anderson, Bobbing, Sittingbourne
« on: Wednesday 27 April 16 13:01 BST (UK)  »
Hi All
I am looking to find out how Frederick John Anderson, of the 5th Batt Bedfordshire Regiment (7122), then transferred to Labour Corps (no 501079) died.  I understand he died in the Canterbury Millitary Hosp, on 24th October 1918 and was buried at Canterbury Cemetery. I have his family names and dob etc just need to know how he died.  Many thanks in anticipation
Sue B

Armed Forces / John Harry Lloyd and the Princess Irene????
« on: Monday 15 February 16 13:38 GMT (UK)  »
Wonder if you can help... I have a chap who survived WW1 and was a PO on various ships until demob in 1919. He has a small Brass Plaque recording the Princess Irene which sank in May 1915. He was not on the Princess so I am wondering how/why he received it......Can anyone enlighten me. His name was John Harry Lloyd. born 28th March 1878. Have Census', Service Record, Marriage Cert etc.

Hi - am looking for the above chap's enlistment details, and any info as to where he was educated.

I know he was in UK (Glos) in 1891 living with his g/parents.  Then in 1911 he was visiting in Totnes, Devon.

Any further info would be gratefully received.
Sue B

Armed Forces / Charley Wilfred Fuggle
« on: Tuesday 01 December 15 20:52 GMT (UK)  »
Hi All

I am trying to find out where Charley was for the 1911 Census and what he was doing before he joined his Royal Horse Artillery regiment and went off to war.

He was born in 1895 in Tunstall, Kent  and lived in Sittingbourne.  His parents ran the Maypole Inn Borden.

Any help would be most appreciated.

Armed Forces / Samuel George Jenner, Epps Road, Milton Regis, Kent
« on: Tuesday 24 November 15 15:33 GMT (UK)  »

I have been tasked with finding out some information about a survivor of WW1.  He was Samuel George Jenner and he was a 2nd rider on the guns (horse drawn).  The 1st gunner was killed and Samuel took his place and saved the gun.

My question is - can anyone point me in the right direction as to Regiment, place, and what medal he would have received.  I know this is a 'shot in the dark' and little further information but any help would be very helpful.
Thanks in advance

Family History Beginners Board / Dr Garretts Hospital in Conwy, North Wales
« on: Tuesday 03 November 15 14:23 GMT (UK)  »
Hi - does anyone know if the above, Removed is still alive.  Anything about the Garretts hospital would be helpful

World War One / Grenville Dabson Flack, Borden, Kent
« on: Thursday 22 October 15 13:00 BST (UK)  »
Hi - I am researching some if the WW1 'Fallen' from Borden, Kent.  I have found the above chap in the UK Directory for Borden 1918 which states that he owned/rented Vigo Farm, Borden.  I would like ti find out what I can about this - any help would be most appreciated
Thank you

Travelling People / People in my past
« on: Thursday 22 October 15 12:58 BST (UK)  »
Hi - can anybody help?
My ggg grandfather was a Joseph Hassell b 1818, from Ticknell, Derbyshire and on the Census it states that he was a Hawker of Pottery, Silver and Crockery.  I don't seem to be able to find any info about his parents and wonder if anyone can help?  I know his wife's name (Sarah) and his 4 daughters but nothing prior to that.

Also, One of his daughters - my gggrandmother was Elizabeth Hassell who married another Hawker/Traveller - Nathaniel Bryan/Brian.  He was born in Northamptonshire (no specific place) and I am trying to trace him and his parents too.  He left my gggm and had a new lady Rosita from Warwickshire and they lived in a caravan.  Any info would be wonderful - tia.

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