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     Left Document           

       No. of Certificate T46760

                                                                   Army Form D455.

   SEPARATION ALLOWANCE and ALLOTMENT OF PAY.

          Certificate of  Identity for wife or child of a Soldier.

Notice: -This Certificate is Government Property. Ιt is no security whatever for Debt.

       Any person improperly detaining it as a pledge or security for debt is liable to a fine of

Twenty Pounds, or in the case of a second offence to imprisonment with hard labour for

 a term of Six Months.


       THIS IS TO CERTIFY that Mrs. Margaret Bales being the wife

of  No.  5481   Rank and Name Pte. J. Bales.

Regiment or Corps missing

Is entitled, subject to the Regulations, to payment of allowance at the Post Office

at  Drogheda.

 

                          This Certificate is issued by:--

           Signature of Regimental Paymaster or Secretary

                 of Territorial Force Association… ...  ...                }

CHECKED BY SECTION OFFICER

Date … FAMILIES SEEN. -4 FEB 18                Address  missing missing missing

       CORK                                            


            THE  PAYEE  SHOULD  CAREFULLY  READ THE

                     FOLLOWING  INSTRUCTIONS.

     1. Τhis Certificate is the authority for the issue to you of

your  weekly allowance.

     2. Payment is due each Monday, and will be made on production

of this Certificate at the Post Office selected for payment.

     3. Should you be ill and unable to go to the Post Office,

send someone  you can trust to the Post Office with your identity

Certificate, to ask the Postmaster for the Army Allowance Form,

so that you can sign the Form and get the Sick Certificate on the

back signed also. The Postmaster will hold the Certificate until

the signed Form is brought back to him. Then he will return it

to the bringer with the money for you.

    4. As payment cannot be made without this Certificate it

should be taken great care of. If it is lost you should at once

inform the issuing office and also the Postmaster.

    5. Νotice should be given to the Postmaster in any case where

it is desired to change the Post Office at which payment is made.

    6. No person is entitled to receive two separation allowances

(whether Army or Navy) at different Post Offices. Where the

regulations permit more than one allowance  to be drawn, all

allowances must be drawn at the same Post Office.

    7. When writing about these allowances always quote the

number of this Certificate and state the soldier’s regimental

number, full name, regiment, and the Post  Office at which

payment is made. Any change of address should be at once

notified to the issuing office.

    8. Any circumstance affecting the rate of the allowance, such

as the birth or death of  a child, should be reported at once to the

issuing office. A person who continues to draw Separation

Allowance for a dead child is liable to prosecution.

    9. This Certificate must be returned to the issuing office

directly the spaces for the Post  Office Stamp have all been filled

up or directly the allowance ceases to be payable.

    10. In the case of invalided soldiers  Separation Allowance is

continued for two weekly payments after the date of discharge;

but, with this exception, if the soldier is discharged, or transferred

to the Army Reserve, you are not entitled to continue to

draw Separation Allowance, and you should at once return this

Certificate to the issuing office. Any attempt to procure irregular

payment after the soldier’s discharge may be made the

subject of legal proceedings.

    11. Separation Allowance ceases to be payable if a soldier

Deserts, and any person who knowingly draws Separation Allowance

during a period of desertion will become liable to be prosecuted

for obtaining such allowance by fraud.


 D.D & L., London, E.C.

(P7712) Wt. W16941/H3748. 850,000  3/17  W 27.     Forms

                                                                                             D.455

                                                                                              missing


Post Office Date Stamp.

N.B- Postmasters are warned not to

make any payment after the last

ring space of this certificate has

been stamped.

[CONTINUED missing]


 Top-Right Document 

                                              POST OFFICE DATE STAMP.

N.B.- Postmasters are warned not to make any payment after the last ring space has been stamped.



     N.B- The personating or falsely assuming the Name of Character of an Out-Pensioner, in order to obtain his

Pension Money, or procuring any other person to do the same, is made FELONY by Act of Parliament.

     Any person who finds this Certificate is requested to forward it, in an unstamped envelope, to the Superintendent, Pension Issue Office, Baker Street, W.1.

                                                                          (2640 I ) Wt. 25570/3154 11/19 400   D.St. (Est. 5517)

                                                                                                 Wt. 24008/3084 11/19 300 M


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     Left Document           

       No. of Certificate T46760

                                                                   Army Form D455.

   SEPARATION ALLOWANCE and ALLOTMENT OF PAY.

          Certificate of  Identity for wife or child of a Soldier.

Notice: -This Certificate is Government Property. Ιt is no security whatever for Debt.

       Any person improperly detaining it as a pledge or security for debt is liable to a fine of

Twenty Pounds, or in the case of a second offence to imprisonment with hard labour for

 a term of Six Months.


       THIS IS TO CERTIFY that Mrs. Margaret Bales being the wife

of  No.  5481   Rank and Name Pte. J. Bales.

Regiment or Corps missing

Is entitled, subject to the Regulations, to payment of allowance at the Post Office

at  Drogheda.

 

                          This Certificate is issued by:--

           Signature of Regimental Paymaster or Secretary

                 of Territorial Force Association… ...  ...                }

CHECKED BY SECTION OFFICER

Date … FAMILIES SEEN. -4 FEB 18                Address  missing missing missing

       CORK                                            


            THE  PAYEE  SHOULD  CAREFULLY  READ THE

                     FOLLOWING  INSTRUCTIONS.

     1. Τhis Certificate is the authority for the issue to you of

your  weekly allowance.

     2. Payment is due each Monday, and will be made on production

of this Certificate at the Post Office selected for payment.

     3. Should you be ill and unable to go to the Post Office,

send someone  you can trust to the Post Office with your identity

Certificate, to ask the Postmaster for the Army Allowance Form,

so that you can sign the Form and get the Sick Certificate on the

back signed also. The Postmaster will hold the Certificate until

the signed Form is brought back to him. Then he will return it

to the bringer with the money for you.

    4. As payment cannot be made without this Certificate it

should be taken great care of. If it is lost you should at once

inform the issuing office and also the Postmaster.

    5. Νotice should be given to the Postmaster in any case where

it is desired to change the Post Office at which payment is made.

    6. No person is entitled to receive two separation allowances

(whether Army or Navy) at different Post Offices. Where the

regulations permit more than one allowance  to be drawn, all

allowances must be drawn at the same Post Office.

    7. When writing about these allowances always quote the

number of this Certificate and state the soldier’s regimental

number, full name, regiment, and the Post  Office at which

payment is made. Any change of address should be at once

notified to the issuing office.

    8. Any circumstance affecting the rate of the allowance, such

as the birth or death of  a child, should be reported at once to the

issuing office. A person who continues to draw Separation

Allowance for a dead child is liable to prosecution.

    9. This Certificate must be returned to the issuing office

directly the spaces for the Post  Office Stamp have all been filled

up or directly the allowance ceases to be payable.

    10. In the case of invalided soldiers  Separation Allowance is

continued for two weekly payments after the date of discharge;

but, with this exception, if the soldier is discharged, or transferred

to the Army Reserve, you are not entitled to continue to

draw Separation Allowance, and you should at once return this

Certificate to the issuing office. Any attempt to procure irregular

payment after the soldier’s discharge may be made the

subject of legal proceedings.

    11. Separation Allowance ceases to be payable if a soldier

Deserts, and any person who knowingly draws Separation Allowance

during a period of desertion will become liable to be prosecuted

for obtaining such allowance by fraud.


 D.D & L., London, E.C.

(P7712) Wt. W16941/H3748. 850,000  3/17  W 27.     Forms

                                                                                             D.455

                                                                                              missing


Post Office Date Stamp.

N.B- Postmasters are warned not to

make any payment after the last

ring space of this certificate has

been stamped.

[CONTINUED missing]


 Top-Right Document 

                                              POST OFFICE DATE STAMP.

N.B.- Postmasters are warned not to make any payment after the last ring space has been stamped.



     N.B- The personating or falsely assuming the Name of Character of an Out-Pensioner, in order to obtain his

Pension Money, or procuring any other person to do the same, is made FELONY by Act of Parliament.

     Any person who finds this Certificate is requested to forward it, in an unstamped envelope, to the Superintendent, Pension Issue Office, Baker Street, W.1.

                                                                          (2640 I ) Wt. 25570/3154 11/19 400   D.St. (Est. 5517)

                                                                                                 Wt. 24008/3084 11/19 300 M



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  • May 16, 2018 00:33:12 Νικόλαος Παππάς

         Left Document           

           No. of Certificate T46760

                                                                       Army Form D455.

       SEPARATION ALLOWANCE and ALLOTMENT OF PAY.

              Certificate of  Identity for wife or child of a Soldier.

    Notice: -This Certificate is Government Property. Ιt is no security whatever for Debt.

           Any person improperly detaining it as a pledge or security for debt is liable to a fine of

    Twenty Pounds, or in the case of a second offence to imprisonment with hard labour for

     a term of Six Months.


           THIS IS TO CERTIFY that Mrs. Margaret Bales being the wife

    of  No.  5481   Rank and Name Pte. J. Bales.

    Regiment or Corps missing

    Is entitled, subject to the Regulations, to payment of allowance at the Post Office

    at  Drogheda.

     

                              This Certificate is issued by:--

               Signature of Regimental Paymaster or Secretary

                     of Territorial Force Association… ...  ...                }

    CHECKED BY SECTION OFFICER

    Date … FAMILIES SEEN. -4 FEB 18                Address  missing missing missing

           CORK                                            


                THE  PAYEE  SHOULD  CAREFULLY  READ THE

                         FOLLOWING  INSTRUCTIONS.

         1. Τhis Certificate is the authority for the issue to you of

    your  weekly allowance.

         2. Payment is due each Monday, and will be made on production

    of this Certificate at the Post Office selected for payment.

         3. Should you be ill and unable to go to the Post Office,

    send someone  you can trust to the Post Office with your identity

    Certificate, to ask the Postmaster for the Army Allowance Form,

    so that you can sign the Form and get the Sick Certificate on the

    back signed also. The Postmaster will hold the Certificate until

    the signed Form is brought back to him. Then he will return it

    to the bringer with the money for you.

        4. As payment cannot be made without this Certificate it

    should be taken great care of. If it is lost you should at once

    inform the issuing office and also the Postmaster.

        5. Νotice should be given to the Postmaster in any case where

    it is desired to change the Post Office at which payment is made.

        6. No person is entitled to receive two separation allowances

    (whether Army or Navy) at different Post Offices. Where the

    regulations permit more than one allowance  to be drawn, all

    allowances must be drawn at the same Post Office.

        7. When writing about these allowances always quote the

    number of this Certificate and state the soldier’s regimental

    number, full name, regiment, and the Post  Office at which

    payment is made. Any change of address should be at once

    notified to the issuing office.

        8. Any circumstance affecting the rate of the allowance, such

    as the birth or death of  a child, should be reported at once to the

    issuing office. A person who continues to draw Separation

    Allowance for a dead child is liable to prosecution.

        9. This Certificate must be returned to the issuing office

    directly the spaces for the Post  Office Stamp have all been filled

    up or directly the allowance ceases to be payable.

        10. In the case of invalided soldiers  Separation Allowance is

    continued for two weekly payments after the date of discharge;

    but, with this exception, if the soldier is discharged, or transferred

    to the Army Reserve, you are not entitled to continue to

    draw Separation Allowance, and you should at once return this

    Certificate to the issuing office. Any attempt to procure irregular

    payment after the soldier’s discharge may be made the

    subject of legal proceedings.

        11. Separation Allowance ceases to be payable if a soldier

    Deserts, and any person who knowingly draws Separation Allowance

    during a period of desertion will become liable to be prosecuted

    for obtaining such allowance by fraud.


     D.D & L., London, E.C.

    (P7712) Wt. W16941/H3748. 850,000  3/17  W 27.     Forms

                                                                                                 D.455

                                                                                                  missing


    Post Office Date Stamp.

    N.B- Postmasters are warned not to

    make any payment after the last

    ring space of this certificate has

    been stamped.

    [CONTINUED missing]


     Top-Right Document 

                                                  POST OFFICE DATE STAMP.

    N.B.- Postmasters are warned not to make any payment after the last ring space has been stamped.



         N.B- The personating or falsely assuming the Name of Character of an Out-Pensioner, in order to obtain his

    Pension Money, or procuring any other person to do the same, is made FELONY by Act of Parliament.

         Any person who finds this Certificate is requested to forward it, in an unstamped envelope, to the Superintendent, Pension Issue Office, Baker Street, W.1.

                                                                              (2640 I ) Wt. 25570/3154 11/19 400   D.St. (Est. 5517)

                                                                                                     Wt. 24008/3084 11/19 300 M



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