Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby houndhome2011 » Thu Mar 22, 2012 9:19 am

Thanks corona and peter for your help and comments.It is to my regret that I have no photographs of my grandfather from
this period,just three from his time with the Royal Warwickshire Regt.Earlier photos might have helped identify his comrades.
Thank again for your comments.
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby ukphil » Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:02 pm

Mike Jones wrote:

> Hi Phil,
> I have not forgotten about Pte George Stevens 12897. I have
> some interesting information linking him to a man that was killed the same
> day in High Wood. You do not say if he is a relative of yours or simply
> someone you are interested in.
> Regards Mike

Hi Mike,

Sorry I have been a way from the forum a while researching other people on my wife's side of the family.

I would love you too be able to share what you know. George was my Great Great Uncle. I have a picture of him on the web site
www.worcestershireregiment.com/photo_pt ... _12897.php

Thanks Phil
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby wilde » Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:50 pm

Mike I am researching my family. Can you tell me if any of the following relations are on the Rolls.
Charles Samuel Wilde 11th Battalion. He went to France and then on to Salonica etc. He survived.
John Henry Wilde 9489 3rd Battalion. Killed Flanders March 1915
Harold James Wilde 11480 4th Battalion killed Gallipoli May 1915
Any help wold be greatly welcome
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby lee johnson » Wed Aug 21, 2013 2:29 pm

Hi Mike,

Could you see if George Victor Huzzey is shown on the embarkation rolls, he should be according to the family as a Reservist called up.

Many thanks

Lee
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby peter » Thu Aug 29, 2013 9:00 pm

Hi Lee

George is on the 3rd Battalion Roll.

Regards

Peter
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby peter » Thu Aug 29, 2013 9:10 pm

None of the men named (C. S., J. H. or H. J.) Wilde are on the Roll.

Regards

Peter
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby Solomon » Wed Feb 12, 2014 10:22 pm

corona wrote:
> Mike,
> I did another check on 9459 PTE AARON JONES.
> He was a recalled reservist in 1914 having served earlier in other
> battalions of the regiment.
> However,it was to the 2nd Batt. he was posted and arrived in France
> 26/8/1914.
> His MIC records 2nd Batt. and so does his service papers, which have
> survived.
> corona.
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby Solomon » Wed Feb 12, 2014 10:25 pm

Dear Corona, this is very interesting to me as Pte Aaron Jones of Willenhall was my great uncle, my grandmother, Mary, being his sister. Thank you, Philip
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby chilvers » Sun Feb 16, 2014 4:20 pm

My Great Grandfather Pte 7712 Albert Nind should be on the Rolls. He was finally killed in Gallipoli August 6th 1915.

Originally a man of Worcester he left a widow and 3 daughters under 6 years old in their mothers home town of Huddersfield.
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby peter » Sun Feb 16, 2014 7:13 pm

Albert Nind is indeed on the Worcester Cathedral roll (No. 840). See this website under Research - Worcester Cathedral - 2nd and 3rd Batalion Nominal Roll (1914).

Regards

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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby Glyde » Sun Feb 16, 2014 9:21 pm

Peter
Do you by any chance have access to Mike Jones' research?
Regards,
David
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby peter » Mon Feb 17, 2014 7:59 pm

David

Sorry to say I don't have access to Mike's work.

Peter
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby Glyde » Mon Feb 17, 2014 8:46 pm

Peter,
Thanks, I thought you might have received a copy. It's always disappointing when research like this never sees the light of day.
Regards,
David
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby ukphil » Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:53 pm

What happend to Mike ??
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Re: Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls - August 1914

Postby ukphil » Sat Sep 19, 2015 7:26 pm

Hi

Does any one have the information on the Mike Jones project "Worcester Cathedral Embarkation Rolls-August 1914".
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