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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Looking for records after 1921 including WW2?

    Looking for records after 1921 including WW2 and more modern army records? See the sticky message about how to apply for them that I posted, click HERE

    Started by Lesley Robertson‎, 20-04-2014 12:20 PM
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Army Abbreviations

    The Royal Anglian and Royal Lincolnshire Regimental Assoc have posted one of the most extensive lists of army definitions that I've seen. Here No doubt someone's going to come up with something they've forgotten! Let me know if you do.

    Started by Lesley Robertson‎, 22-01-2014 4:14 PM
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: FWR Members Please Read

    Those members of Forces War Records who have clicked on Free Forum should be aware that they are now on the British Genealogy Forum. This forum is owned by FWR, but is a separate entity, and existed for some years before FWR took it over in 2013. Members should be aware when posting on British...

    Started by Sue Mackay‎, 27-02-2014 3:08 PM
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  4. Sticky Thread Sticky: How to find some British Army records

    There are an enormous number of records available for the RN, RM and British Army and a large number of these are held at The National Archives (TNA) at Kew. Our site sponsors Forces War Records hold over 5 million records of military ancestors going back to 1350 so their site is a good place to...

    Started by Geoffers‎, 20-09-2008 11:24 AM
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  1. William MARSHALSEA b1848? Army 1863-1879

    Filed in the WW1 Service Records (WO 363) although he would have been in his 60's in 1914: William MARSHALSEA, home address BRIDPORT, Dorset, joined the Army Service Corps on 27 June 1863, declaring age 18y 3m, born Bridport. He was probably only 15y - the only suitable birth is Q3 1848...

    Started by fullscott‎, 22-04-2019 1:27 PM
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    22-04-2019, 8:59 PM Go to last post
  2. Rufus MARSHALL b1839 Mil Service 1859-1880

    Filed in the WW1 Service Records (WO 363) although he would have been in his 70's when WW1 started: Rufus MARSHALL joined the Army Service Corps on 15 August 1859, age 20y, born Mirfield, Dewsbury, Yorkshire. Regt No: 1547. Served his 21 years until discharge in 1880. Address on discharge:...

    Started by fullscott‎, 22-04-2019 1:17 PM
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  3. King's Royal Rifle Corps during WW1

    Hello, My great granddad served as a private in the King's Royal Rifle Corps during WW1 and I've been trying to find out which battalion he was in. I want to show my dad his path on the WW1 troop movement map: ...

    Started by Martin096‎, 21-04-2019 9:11 AM
    ww1
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    22-04-2019, 11:02 AM Go to last post
  4. Forces War Records 50% Easter Discount offer.

    This Easter Forces War Records is offering you HALF PRICE membership on monthly and yearly packages. Ė less than £25.00 for the year, or less than £5.00 for a month* (use code EASTER2019). With over 20+ million records online there's never been a better time to join 1. Simply Register your...

    Started by WhiteFWR‎, 17-04-2019 9:16 AM
    army, army records, discount, military, military genealogy, navy, offer, raf, rfc, wwi, wwii
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  5. Jacob waters

    Iíve found my 3rd great grandfathers army record and was wondering if anyone could help with telling me what it says on this page as Iím having trouble understanding the handwriting I can see thereís something about forfeit the Egyptian medal and star? He fought in the 1882 Egypt campaign

    Started by mand82‎, 15-04-2019 9:42 PM
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  6. Henry Edward byron

    Iíve been looking for my 2nd great grandfathers army record but only found this, itís not the same enlistment forms Iíve seen with other army records Iíve searched before and is it normal to only enlist for 10months only? It says he served at home from January to Oct 1915,

    Started by mand82‎, 15-04-2019 9:24 PM
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  7. Edward henry byron

    Iíve been trying to find my great grandfathers army record but I can only seem to find this one which is only a entry on a form with loads of other people but the transcript says he was in the Surrey regiment, I was wondering if anyone can help with any advice etc to get more info if there is any...

    Started by mand82‎, 15-04-2019 9:14 PM
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    16-04-2019, 1:54 AM Go to last post
  8. Mallory Gilbert MARSHALL - WW1

    Here's an oddity in the WW1 Service Records (WO 363): This man, MALLORY GILBERT MARSHALL, served with the RFA & ASC, with Regimental Numbers 178148 & 87779 (it's not clear which no. is which regt.) The Cover Sheet of his records shows this info (as normal) and the instruction: DO NOT FILM. ...

    Started by fullscott‎, 08-04-2019 5:45 PM
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  9. Trying to find regiment location

    My 3rd great grandfather was in the army & online itís only given me ď5th BN royal fusiliersĒ and his service number 2040 but canít find where in the uk he was based during his army days the transcript only says where he was from but not where he was sent to 😞

    Started by mand82‎, 04-04-2019 2:49 AM
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  10. Gibraltar British Army Regiments 1802

    Hello I am trying to determine which regiments were stationed in or visited Gibraltar in September 1802 when an Irish man had a child baptised there. I don't know if he was in the army (perhaps marines or navy?), or perhaps nothing to do with the military, but he pops up in the West End of...

    Started by Ian5678‎, 21-03-2019 9:13 AM
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  11. Lovat Scouts

    My Grandfather served with the Lovat Scouts in WW1. He fought at Suvla Bay in the Gallipoli campaign, then went to Egypt to take part in the Senussi Campaign. After that he went to France where I'd heard his unit was integrated into another Scottish Battalion. He was subsequently wounded at the...

    Started by Heachdrumclog‎, 19-03-2019 1:18 PM
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  12. John Willie Hepworth

    I am unable to trace the records of my relative. I have a bible with this info in it. Pte John Willie Hepworth 4329 Signal Section 35th ?. F. Nov 1 1916 Herne-Bay Kent. Can anyone help me with this. Thank you.

    Started by Bigdcanada‎, 23-03-2019 7:57 PM
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    24-03-2019, 7:11 AM Go to last post
  13. Decipher Royal Artillery Attestation WWII

    Need help deciphering record for Bernard LLOYD #1602796: Do you think Discharge notation applies to LEWIS or LLOYD? (Note: Highlighting in attached scan is mine; ignore inclusion of DISC line as part of LLOYD record). "Reposted to __?__" (scratched out? significant?) A.E.C. = Army...

    Started by chornung‎, 18-03-2019 5:13 PM
    military genealogy
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  14. 1911 Census and Military Service.

    My Great Uncle Thomas Turner served with the Royal Garrison Artillery from 1903 to 1912. He married on the 29th April 1911 in Maresfield Sussex. In the 1911 Census which was taken in early April 1911 he is shown as residing in Maresfield and working as a farm labourer. He is in fact living with...

    Started by Germont‎, 16-03-2019 11:52 PM
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  15. Pensioner Chelsea

    Hello I have a certificate of death of a man who died at South Chelsea, London in 1839 which says he was a Pensioner from Army, but the place of death given does not appear to have been in Chelsea Hospital, rather a private street. He may of course have been living in the Hospital, or living...

    Started by Ian5678‎, 16-03-2019 1:43 AM
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  16. Private Albert Reginald Charles

    Hi, i am having no joy tracing my great grandfathers military history during WW2. The only information I have is that he was in the Royal Army Service Corps and this certificate which shows he was mentioned in a despatch for distinguished service in the London Gazette on 20 July 1940. He was...

    Started by evoona32‎, 25-02-2019 7:01 PM
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    26-02-2019, 7:57 PM Go to last post
  17. John wilson 13th Company Royal SP 1837

    Hi Have no real expertise in Military Records can anyone help me. I have a John Wilson marrying in 1837 in Shinrone Ireland and his occupation states 13th Company Royal SP. He has a son Thomas Wilson who joins the Royal Engineers in July 1851 aged 12 as an underage Bugler - I have his records....

    Started by Debra Bozkurt‎, 17-02-2019 11:19 AM
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  18. Rifle Brigade 1890?

    Hi, I'm trying to find information on a William Henry Smith who was a member of the Rifle Brigade in 1890. The only information I have is that he was age 22 and married to Henrietta Curtis. I would be grateful for any information. Thank you.

    Started by j2sea2002‎, 14-02-2019 7:49 PM
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    rifle brigade, william henry smith
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  19. Searching for Clement of Royal Scots Greys

    The late American radio artist Joe Frank produced a show titled 'Clement at Christmas', the first 29 minutes are an English fellow telling about his life, which included a stint as a junior officer in the Royal Scots Greys. He doesn't give years, but he must have been born 1944-1946. He graduated...

    Started by ArthurPeabody‎, 30-01-2019 10:10 PM
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    31-01-2019, 11:37 PM Go to last post
  20. Francis Arundel Bell, 1906

    Grandfather's WW1 draft record (for the US - he moved) claims that he was a private in a 'territorial regiment' (doesn't specify which) in 1906. I can't find his record on this site. He was a Liverpudlian who lived in that general area until he moved to the Colonies. Are territorials different?

    Started by ArthurPeabody‎, 10-06-2016 6:30 AM
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    30-01-2019, 9:52 PM Go to last post

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