John Duesbery (Sherwood Foresters) killed on Somme, item 61

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The term ‘'Missing” does not necessarily mean that

the soldier is killed or wounded. He may be an unwounded

prisoner or temporarily separated from his regiment. Any

further information received will be at once sent on to you.


G. 3250 100.000 9/14 H W V

W 8838 50,000 12/14

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The term ‘'Missing” does not necessarily mean that

the soldier is killed or wounded. He may be an unwounded

prisoner or temporarily separated from his regiment. Any

further information received will be at once sent on to you.


G. 3250 100.000 9/14 H W V

W 8838 50,000 12/14


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  • November 1, 2018 09:11:42 Anastasia Ioannou

    The term ‘'Missing” does not necessarily mean that

    the soldier is killed or wounded. He may be an unwounded

    prisoner or temporarily separated from his regiment. Any

    further information received will be at once sent on to you.


    G. 3250 100.000 9/14 H W V

    W 8838 50,000 12/14

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    17050 / 201633
    Source
    http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
    Contributor
    Kenneth Duesbery, great nephew of John
    License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/



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