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Offline dodger123

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Re: Deciphering words and names on form
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 05 March 19 04:16 GMT (UK) »
Thanks you all for trying to work it out as it's been doing my head in. Bbart the answer to your question "Do you know what date that part of your Grandfather's form was written?" it was 25/4/1919. He was claiming his money back from the military for joining up and sailing from Cape Lopez in the French Congo to Le Havre in France where he joined the Royal Scots.  I believe I found info that he was a trade assistant but still looking into it.  He also applied for the Crown Agents for the Colony after the war which I believe was located in the Liver building as well.

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