Gallipoli 4th & 9th

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Gallipoli 4th & 9th

Postby smitd09 » Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:02 pm

As mentioned in an earlier post I'm returning to Gallipoli in April this year. If anyone would like a photo of a head stone or a name off the Helles memorial I'll try and oblige.

Details of name, rank, number, and cemetery would help.

If you want a picture of part of the battlefield... Worcester Hill....Sulva etc I'll also try and get that
19739 Pte Fredrick Harrison 4th Bat. Gallipoli 1915
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Postby allanp » Sat Jan 23, 2010 5:06 pm

Hi

I have been doing some research for a college at work who’s relative was lost at Gallipoli. I would be grateful if you could find the time to look on the Helles Memorial, Panel 113 to 117 for, 1867 Pte John Neville 4th East Lancashire Regiment (T.F)

Thanks, Regards
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12631 Lance Sergt George William Hill. KIA Vimy Ridge, 28 April 1916 3rd Battalion
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photos

Postby smitd09 » Wed Jan 27, 2010 7:51 pm

will do.
Will be in touch in April
19739 Pte Fredrick Harrison 4th Bat. Gallipoli 1915
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Postby allanp » Sat Jan 30, 2010 12:55 pm

Hi

There is an entry in the Casualty lists of the Worcester Herald 11th September 1915 edition of.

Wounded
4th Battalion
19739 Pte F. Harrison

Regards Allan
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