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Keith at Tregenna
14th August 2020, 05:48 AM
Can anyone assist with a newly found, old pic. WW1, for us pos family member / family friend ? Anyone with info on WW1 uniforms that can give a clue or two are asked for any help, with thanks in advance. Keith.

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Doc Vernon
14th August 2020, 11:21 PM
Keith
As my old Eyes are not yet the best, can you ID (or say what the badge Emblem is depicting?? }
Cheers

If known the at least we know the Regiment!

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Keith at Tregenna
14th August 2020, 11:26 PM
Think it is:

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The pic was found in my late mothers belongings and was for her aunt from a David Hammond, possibly: 17886 Hammond, David West Riding Regiment 15852 Private. Would appreciate any further info on this chap. Regards, Keith. PS. I am more used to Merchant Navy research hence, new to this, fingers crossed.

Keith.

Doc Vernon
14th August 2020, 11:43 PM
So it would then be the West Riding Regiment WW1
Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment !??

As i have a link that shows Not Secure Keith, i cannot load it here, i will send it in a PM ,
You can then open it in a separate Browser ,dont worry its safe enough,just that any Links marked in address bar as not safe we cannot use here.
I dont know if this Chaps name may be included in the long list, would have to go through one by one and see if his Number matches??
Cheers

Doc Vernon
14th August 2020, 11:51 PM
Here is another Link that could be of help Keith
Cheers

https://wartimememoriesproject.com/greatwar/allied/regiment.php?pid=17610

Doc Vernon
15th August 2020, 12:11 AM
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Keith at Tregenna
15th August 2020, 08:50 PM
Cheers Doc, all really does help.

Regards, Keith.

Keith at Tregenna
17th August 2020, 03:11 AM
Interesting journey, thanks all.

Keith.

Des Taff Jenkins
17th August 2020, 06:01 AM
The only thing I remember about the first World War uniform is my Granddads gas cape. when I started school in 1936, it was what I wore as a raincoat, I can remember the point hanging down behind me dragging in the mud. My Grandad had died from Gas poisoning in 1926.
Des

milrivel
20th August 2020, 05:51 AM
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8 World War I prisoners who fought on the Western Front on the side of the Entente from 8 countries: Vietnam, Tunisia, Senegal, Sudan, Russia, USA, Portugal, England. Germany 1918

Keith at Tregenna
20th August 2020, 09:04 PM
"Dukes" archivists, suggest:

4608017 Pte David William Hammond, enlisted Leeds, 15 Apr 1925, discharged 18 Feb 1942.

Appreciated anyone with access to records helping.

Regards, Keith.