Brief history of my lost uncle James Healy, item 20

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W 6938-2691  250,000  8,15 C.F.R. 21                                           Army Form B. 104--82.

                                                            796

No. Cas-102

       (If replying, please quote above No.)

                                                   oval stamp in blue ink INFANTRY RECORD OFFICE

                                                                                                          27 SEP 1916

                                                                                                    ISLAND BRIDGE DUBLIN

----------------------------------------Record Office,

--------------------------------------------------Station,

-----------------------------------------------------, 191.


SIR,


It is my painful duty to inform you that a report

has this day been received from the War Office notifying the death of

(No.)  27221 (Rank)  Private

(Name)  James Healy (Regiment) 8th Bn

ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS  which occured while serving

with the 'EXPDY. FORCE. FRANCE.' on the  6th day

of September 1916,  and I am to express to you the

sympathy and regret of the Army Council at your loss. The cause of death was

'Killed in Action'


If any articles of private property left by the deceased are found, they will be

forwarded to this Office, but some time will probably elapse before their receipt, and

when received they cannot be disposed of until authority is received from the War

Office.


Application regarding the disposal of any such personal effects, or of any

amount that may eventually be found to be due to the late soldier's estate, should

be addressed to "The Secretary, War Office, London, S.W.," and marked outside

"Effects."



Mr Wm Healy                                                                     

Dublin

I am,

SIR,

Your obedient Servant,

                       W Cooney signature in blue ink

For O. I/c Records No. 11 District

Officer in charge of Records.


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W 6938-2691  250,000  8,15 C.F.R. 21                                           Army Form B. 104--82.

                                                            796

No. Cas-102

       (If replying, please quote above No.)

                                                   oval stamp in blue ink INFANTRY RECORD OFFICE

                                                                                                          27 SEP 1916

                                                                                                    ISLAND BRIDGE DUBLIN

----------------------------------------Record Office,

--------------------------------------------------Station,

-----------------------------------------------------, 191.


SIR,


It is my painful duty to inform you that a report

has this day been received from the War Office notifying the death of

(No.)  27221 (Rank)  Private

(Name)  James Healy (Regiment) 8th Bn

ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS  which occured while serving

with the 'EXPDY. FORCE. FRANCE.' on the  6th day

of September 1916,  and I am to express to you the

sympathy and regret of the Army Council at your loss. The cause of death was

'Killed in Action'


If any articles of private property left by the deceased are found, they will be

forwarded to this Office, but some time will probably elapse before their receipt, and

when received they cannot be disposed of until authority is received from the War

Office.


Application regarding the disposal of any such personal effects, or of any

amount that may eventually be found to be due to the late soldier's estate, should

be addressed to "The Secretary, War Office, London, S.W.," and marked outside

"Effects."



Mr Wm Healy                                                                     

Dublin

I am,

SIR,

Your obedient Servant,

                       W Cooney signature in blue ink

For O. I/c Records No. 11 District

Officer in charge of Records.



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  • December 26, 2018 00:45:18 Stella Watkin


    W 6938-2691  250,000  8,15 C.F.R. 21                                           Army Form B. 104--82.

                                                                796

    No. Cas-102

           (If replying, please quote above No.)

                                                       oval stamp in blue ink INFANTRY RECORD OFFICE

                                                                                                              27 SEP 1916

                                                                                                        ISLAND BRIDGE DUBLIN

    ----------------------------------------Record Office,

    --------------------------------------------------Station,

    -----------------------------------------------------, 191.


    SIR,


    It is my painful duty to inform you that a report

    has this day been received from the War Office notifying the death of

    (No.)  27221 (Rank)  Private

    (Name)  James Healy (Regiment) 8th Bn

    ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS  which occured while serving

    with the 'EXPDY. FORCE. FRANCE.' on the  6th day

    of September 1916,  and I am to express to you the

    sympathy and regret of the Army Council at your loss. The cause of death was

    'Killed in Action'


    If any articles of private property left by the deceased are found, they will be

    forwarded to this Office, but some time will probably elapse before their receipt, and

    when received they cannot be disposed of until authority is received from the War

    Office.


    Application regarding the disposal of any such personal effects, or of any

    amount that may eventually be found to be due to the late soldier's estate, should

    be addressed to "The Secretary, War Office, London, S.W.," and marked outside

    "Effects."



    Mr Wm Healy                                                                     

    Dublin

    I am,

    SIR,

    Your obedient Servant,

                           W Cooney signature in blue ink

    For O. I/c Records No. 11 District

    Officer in charge of Records.


  • December 14, 2018 00:17:41 Stella Watkin


    W 6938-2691  250,000  8,15 C.F.R. 21                                           Army Form B. 104--82.

                                                                796

    No. Cas-102

           (If replying, please quote above No.)

                                                       oval stamp in blue ink INFANTRY RECORD OFFICE

                                                                                                              27 SEP 1916

                                                                                                        ISLAND BRIDGE DUBLIN

    ----------------------------------------Record Office,

    --------------------------------------------------Station,

    -----------------------------------------------------, 191.


    SIR,


    It is my painful duty to inform you that a report

    has this day been received from the War Office notifying the death of

    (No.)  27221 (Rank)  Private

    (Name)  James Healy (Regiment) 8th Bn

    ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS  which occured while serving

    with the 'EXPDY. FORCE. FRANCE.' on the  6th day

    of September 1916,  and I am to express to you the

    sympathy and regret of the Army Council at your loss. The cause of death was

    'Killed in Action'


    If any articles of private property left by the deceased are found, they will be

    forwarded to this Office, but some time will probably elapse before their receipt, and

    when received they cannot be disposed of until authority is received from the War

    Office.


    Application regarding the disposal of any such personal effects, or of any

    amount that may eventually be found to be due to the late soldier's estate, should

    be addressed to "The Secretary, War Office, London, S.W.," and marked outside

    "Effects."



    Mr Wm Healy                                                                     

    Dublin

    I am,

    SIR,

    Your obedient Servant,

                           W Cooney signature in blue ink

    For O. I/c Records No. 11 District

    Officer in charge of Records.



  • November 27, 2018 16:52:41 Vasiliki Vasileiadou


    W 6938-2691  250,000  8,15 C.F.R. 21                                           Army Form B. 104--82.

    No. Cas-102

           (If replying, please quote above No.)


    ----------------------------------------Record Office,

    --------------------------------------------------Station,

    -----------------------------------------------------, 191.


    SIR,


    It is my painful duty to inform you that a report

    has this day been received from the War Office notifying the death of

    (No.)  27221 (Rank)  Private

    (Name)  James Heavy (Regeiment) 8th Bw

    ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIER  which occured while sewing

    with the 'EXPDY. FORCE. FRANCE.' on the  6th day

    of September 1916, and I am to express to you the

    sympathy and regret of the Army Council at your loss. The cause of death was

    Killed in action


    If any articles of private property left by the deceased are found, they will be

    forwarded to this Office, but some time will probably elapse before their receipt, and

    when received they cannot be disposed of until authority is received from the War

    Office.


    Application regarding the disposal of any such personal effects, or of any

    amount that may eventually be found to be due to the late soldier's estate, should

    be addressed to "The Secretary, War Office, London, S.W.," and marked outside

    "Effects."



    M W Heavy                                                                     

    Dublin

    I am,

    SIR,

    Your obedient Servant,



    For O. the Records No. 11 District

    Officer in charge of Records.



  • November 27, 2018 16:52:15 Vasiliki Vasileiadou
  • November 27, 2018 15:23:21 Vasiliki Vasileiadou

    W 6938-2691  250,000  8,15 C.F.R. 21                                           Army Form B. 104--82.

    No. Cas-102

           (If replying, please quote above No.)


    ----------------------------------------Record Office,

    --------------------------------------------------Station,

    -----------------------------------------------------, 191.


    SIR,


    It is my painful duty to inform you that a report

    has this day been received from the War Office notifying the death of

    (No.)  27221 (Rank)  Private

    (Name)  James Heavy (Regeiment) 8th Bw

    ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIER  which occured while sewing

    with the 'EXPDY. FORCE. FRANCE.' on the  6th day

    of September 1916, and I am to express to you the

    sympathy and regret of the Army Council at your loss. The cause of death was

    Killed in action


    If any articles of private property left by the deceased are found, they will be

    forwarded to this Office, but some time will probably elapse before their receipt, and

    when received they cannot be disposed of until authority is received from the War

    Office.


    Application regarding the disposal of any such personal effects, or of any

    amount that may eventually be found to be due to the late soldier's estate, should

    be addressed to "The Secretart, Wwar Office, London, S.W.," and marked outside

    "Effects."



    M W Heavy                                                                     

    Dublin

    I am,

    SIR,

    Your obedient Servant,



    For O. the Records No. 11 District

    Officer in charge of Records.




  • November 27, 2018 15:13:38 Vasiliki Vasileiadou

    W 6938-2691  250,000  8,15 C.F.R. 21                                           Army Form B. 104--82.

    No. Cas-102

           (If replying, please quote above No.)


    ----------------------------------------Record Office,

    --------------------------------------------------Station,

    -----------------------------------------------------, 191.


    SIR,


    It is my painful duty to inform you that a report

    has this day been received from the War Office notifying the death of

    (No.)  27221 (Rank)  Private

    (Name)  James Heavy (Regeiment) 8th Bw

    ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIER  which occured while sewing

    with the 'EXPDY. FORCE. FRANCE.' on the  6th day

    of September 1916, and I am to express to you the

    sympathy and regret of the Army Council at your loss. The cause of death was

    Killed in action


    If any articles of private property left by the deceased are found, they will be

    forwarded to this Office, but some time will probably elapse before their receipt, and

    when received they cannot be disposed of until authority is received from the War

    Office.


    Application



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    September 6, 1916 – September 27, 1916
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