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Posted by: Bella {Email left}
Location: Esher
Date: Monday 8th May 2017 at 5:58 PM
Re my message dated 6th April 2017.

I omitted my email address so now, if anyone can glean any information, I can be contacted.

Many thanks.

Bella, Esher

Posted by: David {No contact email}
Location: Australia
Date: Sunday 23rd April 2017 at 4:52 AM
Dear Sir,i am seeking info about the ww1 memorial plaque.I had an uncle who served in ww1 he was with the 5th batt SWB served for 31/2 years on the western front.his name was Samuel Jones 14660 he was accidentaly killed on the 2/12/1918.would he be intitled to a memorial plaque Regards David.

Posted by: Gerald Tidswell {Email left}
Location: Astley
Date: Friday 14th April 2017 at 6:35 PM
Can anybody please help with information about Pioneer 184344 Alfred George Robinson 72nd Section ‘P’ Special Coy Royal Engineers.
Cannot finsd anything about his unit.
He was formerly wit the Manchester Reg (service number 27359)
Alfred was born in Eccles near Manchester.
Gerald Tidswell
Friends of Salford Cemeteries Trust
Posted by: Bella {No contact email}
Location: Esher
Date: Thursday 6th April 2017 at 7:52 AM
Is there anyone out there researching the JOHNSON family originally from Eynsford/Otford, Kent 1800's and WHITEHEAD family from Bermondsey/Southwark, same period.

If so, would be grateful to hear.

Posted by: Jeanette {Email left}
Location: Plymouth
Date: Wednesday 29th March 2017 at 2:50 PM
Help please Im looking for photos of the buffs (East Kent)regiment 1917-1920 India. Any help would be brilliant
Posted by: Ian Cameron {Email left}
Location: Llanrhystud
Date: Sunday 19th March 2017 at 9:03 PM
Alan Greveson kindly helped me with some information about my grandfather, Edward Richard Borthwick (RFA T 805970 Gnr). Since then I found a record of one of his woundings dated 25/6/1918. It states that he was transferred from the 64th Field Ambulance to No. 30 Ambulance Train. His regiment was the RFA, 122nd Brigade, C Battery 38th Division.
I have tried to find some information about where this might have taken place but without any luck. Perhaps someone on the forum with a knowledge of either the RFA or RAMC may be able to help.
Many thanks,
Posted by: Sue Winders {Email left}
Location: South Wonston Winchester
Date: Thursday 23rd February 2017 at 12:36 PM
I wonder if anyone can help with the service records of three brothers:
Stanley Charles Harle born 1892 Canterbury
Frederick William Harle born 1895 Newbury---sometimes called Fred I know he went to salonika
Sidney James Harle born 1898 Newbury --- I know he was wounded on the somme and also went to Palestine after/during war
Thank you
Posted by: June Walters {Email left}
Location: Wales
Date: Friday 17th February 2017 at 6:35 PM
Hi, I am trying to find out a little more about my grandfather Ralph Houghton. He was a gunner with 66 Company Royal Garrison Artillery in Port Royal, Jamaica. The 1911 census shows him as a 24 year old single man. Is there any other information on my grandfather please?
Posted by: John Nicholls {No contact email}
Location: Harlow
Date: Sunday 12th February 2017 at 11:06 AM
Such a shame Alan no longer on this site he has helped me so much over the years. Can anyone help me on this please. When my mother died she left me a few bits of which one was a Medal which i cant find out much about it. This person is not even on my Tree but he must be part of the Family otherwise why would she have had it. I should explain her maiden name was Bartlett and she married a Nicholls. This brown Medal says The Great War for civilisation 1914-1919 on the edge of the coin it says :
G S 20486 Pte W Nicholls R. Fus. he must have belonged to my family but with whom ???? can anybody help me please.
Posted by: Chris Wilson {Email left}
Location: Exeter
Date: Tuesday 17th January 2017 at 4:51 PM
Hi Allan,
I'm researching a man who was with the Yorkshire Regiment but was seconded to the Nigeria Regiment during the war: do you happen to know where I could go (preferably online) to get details of their activities from 1914 to 1917?
Kind regards
Reply from: Site Editor
Date: Tuesday 17th January 2017 at 10:18 PM

Hi Chris,
Alan has retired from doing research on the forum.
I was keeping Alan's name in the forum's title as a mark of respect for all the work he did, but I guess no one will believe it while Alan's name is still there, so it's now removed.
Regards, Bob.
Reply from: Chris Wilson
Date: Tuesday 17th January 2017 at 10:31 PM

Thanks, Bob.
I wish Alan the very best of retirements. I stumbled upon this site by accident only a few months ago and was very impressed by the help I received. It is a great shame that Alan has hung up his research microscope, he will be greatly missed, but everyone deserves time off. So best wishes, Alan, and thanks for all your help.
Reply from: Site Editor
Date: Tuesday 17th January 2017 at 11:01 PM

Alan was an absolute expert in his knowledge of WW1. He's been answering queries since (I think) 2008 and he did all this unpaid and with a great passion.
Regards, Bob.

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