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Offline JoolsAnn123

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Naval Record. Does 'DD' mean he died?
« on: Thursday 05 November 20 09:17 GMT (UK) »
Does this entry mean the person died?
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Bell: Dumfriesshire
Drewell: London
Dyson: London/Leeds
Hooker: London
Hyslop: Ayrshire
Lodge: Middlesex
Manson: Ayrshire
Palmer: Dumfriesshire
Pittuck: Suffolk
Quarm: Devon
Rumble/Rumbold: Wiltshire
Stockwell: London

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Re: Naval Record. Does 'DD' mean he died?
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 05 November 20 09:21 GMT (UK) »
Yes. DD = Discharged Dead. "At Fort Pearson Natal of fever and dysentery."
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Re: Naval Record. Does 'DD' mean he died?
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 05 November 20 12:55 GMT (UK) »
Thanks
Bell: Dumfriesshire
Drewell: London
Dyson: London/Leeds
Hooker: London
Hyslop: Ayrshire
Lodge: Middlesex
Manson: Ayrshire
Palmer: Dumfriesshire
Pittuck: Suffolk
Quarm: Devon
Rumble/Rumbold: Wiltshire
Stockwell: London