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( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                             B. 111

                                                                                  2

123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

SHORT SERVICE

(One year with the colours)

ATTESTATION OF

No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

1. What is your name?.......

2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



3. Are you a British Subject?..........

4. What is your Age?.....

5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

if so, state where?.................

1. Edward William Bennett.

2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

near the Town of London

in the Country of Midex.

3. Yes

4. 20 years 180 days

5. missingEngineer

6. No

You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

apprenticeship expire?

8. Are you married?

9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

Civil Power?

10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

* 11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

and cause of discharge..................

12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

Service?....................

13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

ing and who gave it to you?......................

17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

should so long require your services?.............

(a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such

retention shall in no case exceed six months. If, however, the war is over in less than one year, you

may either be discharged at once or remain until you have completed a year's service at your option...

+ (b) To be attached to any arm of the Service should such be required of you. 

 7. Yes Brentford A. A. Johnstone Sept - 13



8. No

9. No


10. No




11. No





12. Yes


13. No


14. Yes

15. Yes


16. Yes........Name A. C. Jones

                    Corps Recruiting staff

17. Yes.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

set over me. So help me God.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

The Recruits above named was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

he would be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oath before me

at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justice of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

under Section 8(6), Army Act.

The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.

..Written longitudinally on the left hand side of the form

* If so, the Recruits is to be asked the particulars of his former Service, and to produce, if possible, his Parchment Certificate of Discharge and Certificate of Character, which should be returned to him conspicuously endorsed

in red ink, as follows, viz. -> (Name) _________________________re-enlisted in the (Regiment) _______________________on the (Date) __________________.


+ Applies to men enlisted for Artificers and Clerks.

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( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                             B. 111

                                                                                  2

123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

SHORT SERVICE

(One year with the colours)

ATTESTATION OF

No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

1. What is your name?.......

2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



3. Are you a British Subject?..........

4. What is your Age?.....

5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

if so, state where?.................

1. Edward William Bennett.

2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

near the Town of London

in the Country of Midex.

3. Yes

4. 20 years 180 days

5. missingEngineer

6. No

You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

apprenticeship expire?

8. Are you married?

9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

Civil Power?

10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

* 11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

and cause of discharge..................

12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

Service?....................

13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

ing and who gave it to you?......................

17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

should so long require your services?.............

(a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such

retention shall in no case exceed six months. If, however, the war is over in less than one year, you

may either be discharged at once or remain until you have completed a year's service at your option...

+ (b) To be attached to any arm of the Service should such be required of you. 

 7. Yes Brentford A. A. Johnstone Sept - 13



8. No

9. No


10. No




11. No





12. Yes


13. No


14. Yes

15. Yes


16. Yes........Name A. C. Jones

                    Corps Recruiting staff

17. Yes.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

set over me. So help me God.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

The Recruits above named was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

he would be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oath before me

at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justice of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

under Section 8(6), Army Act.

The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.

..Written longitudinally on the left hand side of the form

* If so, the Recruits is to be asked the particulars of his former Service, and to produce, if possible, his Parchment Certificate of Discharge and Certificate of Character, which should be returned to him conspicuously endorsed

in red ink, as follows, viz. -> (Name) _________________________re-enlisted in the (Regiment) _______________________on the (Date) __________________.


+ Applies to men enlisted for Artificers and Clerks.


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  • October 27, 2018 18:16:36 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British Subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    * 11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

    ing and who gave it to you?......................

    17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

    should so long require your services?.............

    (a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

    will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

    etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such

    retention shall in no case exceed six months. If, however, the war is over in less than one year, you

    may either be discharged at once or remain until you have completed a year's service at your option...

    + (b) To be attached to any arm of the Service should such be required of you. 

     7. Yes Brentford A. A. Johnstone Sept - 13



    8. No

    9. No


    10. No




    11. No





    12. Yes


    13. No


    14. Yes

    15. Yes


    16. Yes........Name A. C. Jones

                        Corps Recruiting staff

    17. Yes.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits above named was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he would be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oath before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justice of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.

    ..Written longitudinally on the left hand side of the form

    * If so, the Recruits is to be asked the particulars of his former Service, and to produce, if possible, his Parchment Certificate of Discharge and Certificate of Character, which should be returned to him conspicuously endorsed

    in red ink, as follows, viz. -> (Name) _________________________re-enlisted in the (Regiment) _______________________on the (Date) __________________.


    + Applies to men enlisted for Artificers and Clerks.

  • October 27, 2018 18:12:17 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    * 11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

    ing and who gave it to you?......................

    17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

    should so long require your services?.............

    (a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

    will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

    etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such

    retention shall in no case exceed six months. If, however, the war is over in less than one year, you

    may either be discharged at once or remain until you have completed a year's service at your option...

    + (b) To be attached to any arm of the Service should such be required of you. 

     7. Yes BrentfordA. A. Johnstone Sept - 13



    8. No

    9. No


    10. No




    11. No





    12. Yes


    13. No


    14. Yes

    15. Yes


    16. Yes........Name A. C. Jones

                        Corps Recruiting staff

    17. Yes.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.

    ..Written longitudinally on the left hand side of the form

    * If so, the Recruits is to be asked the particulars of his former Service, and to produce, if possible, his Parchment Certificate of Discharge and Certificate of Character, which should be returned to him conspicuously endorsed

    in red ink, as follows, viz. -> (Name) _________________________re-enlisted in the (Regiment) _______________________on the (Date) __________________.


    + Applies to men enlisted for Artificers and Clerks.


  • October 27, 2018 18:06:39 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

    ing and who gave it to you?......................

    17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

    should so long require your services?.............

    (a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

    will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

    etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such

    retention shall in no case exceed six months. If, however, the war is over in less than one year, you

    may either be discharged at once or remain until you have completed a year's service at your option...

    (b) To be attached to any arm of the Service should such be required of you. 

     7. Yes BrentfordA. A. Johnstone Sept - 13



    8. No

    9. No


    10. No




    11. No





    12. Yes


    13. No


    14. Yes

    15. Yes


    16. Yes........Name A. C. Jones

                        Corps Recruiting staff

    17. Yes.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 14:16:07 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

    ing and who gave it to you?......................

    17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

    should so long require your services?.............

    (a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

    will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

    etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such

    retention shall in no case exceed six months. If, however, the war is over in less than one year, you

    may either be discharged at once or remain until you have completed a year's service at your option...

    (b) Tobe attached toany arm of the Service should such be required of you.

     

     7. Yes BrentfordA. A. Johnstone Sept - 13



    8. No

    9. No


    10. No




    11. No





    12. Yes


    13. No


    14. Yes

    15. Yes


    16. Yes........Name A C Jones

                        Corps




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 14:06:47 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

    ing and who gave it to you?......................

    17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

    should so long require your services?.............

    (a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

    will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

    etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such

    retention shall in no case exceed six months. If, however, the war is over in less than one year, you

    may either be discharged at once or remain until you have completed a year's service at your option...

    (b) Tobe attached toany arm of the Service should such be required of you.

     

     




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 14:03:23 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

    ing and who gave it to you?......................

    17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

    should so long require your services?.............

    (a) For a term of one year, unless the War lasts longer than one year, in which case you

    will be retained until the War is over. If employed with Hospitals, depots of Mounted Units, and as Clerks,

    etc., you may be retained after the termination of hostilities until your services can be spared, but such


     

     




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 14:00:31 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16. Did you receive a Notice, and do you understand its mean-

    ing and who gave it to you?......................

    17. Are you willing to serve upon the following conditions provided His Majesty

    should so long require your services?.............

    (a)

     

     




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 13:38:50 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12. Have you truly stated the whole, if any, of your previous

    Service?....................

    13. Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military

    or Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what ground? ...........

    14. Are you willing to be vaccinated or re-vaccinated?........

    15. For what Corps are you willing to be enlisted, or are

    you willing to be enlisted for General Services?.........

    16.

     

     




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 13:36:39 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice? if so, where?

    to whom? for what period? and, when did, or will, the period of your

    apprenticeship expire?

    8. Are you married?

    9. Have you ever been sentenced to Imprisonment by the

    Civil Power?

    10. Do you now belong to the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Army Reserve, the Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve

    Force? If so, to what unit and Corps?..........

    11. Have you ever served in the Royal Navy, the Army,

    the Royal Marines, the Militia, the Special Reserve, the Territorial

    Force, the Imperial Yeomanry, the Volunteers, the Army Reserve, the

    Militia Reserve, or any Naval Reserve Force? If so, state which unit,

    and cause of discharge..................

    12.

     

     




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 13:31:58 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......



    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place, or occupies a hourse of land of the yearly

    value of 10 for one year, and paid rates for the same, and, in either case,

    if so, state where?.................

    1. Edward William Bennett.

    2. In the Parish of Willesden in or

    near the Town of London

    in the Country of Midex.

    3. Yes

    4. 20 years 180 days

    5. missingEngineer

    6. No

    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 13:27:43 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)

    Questions to be put to the Recruit before Enlistment

    1. What is your name?.......

    2. In or near what Parish or Town were you born?......

    3. Are you a British subject?..........

    4. What is your Age?.....

    5. What is your Trade or Calling?........

    6. Have you resided out of Father's house for three years

    continously in the same place


    You are hereby warned that if after Enlistment it is found that you have given a willfully false answer to any of the

    following seven questions, you will be liable to a punishment of two years, imprisonment with hard labour.


    7. Are you or have you been Apprentice




    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 13:19:04 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)







    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 13:18:19 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)








    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914.

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If any alteration is required on this page of the Attestation, a justive of the Peace should be requested to make it and initial alteration

    under Section 8(6), Army Act.

    The Recruit should, if he require it, receive a copy of the Declaration on Army Form B. IIIA.





  • October 27, 2018 13:16:30 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)








    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CERTIFICATE OF MAGISTRATE OR ATTESTING OFFICER.

    The Recruits abovenamed was cautioned by me that if he made any false answer to any of the above questions

    he woul be liable to be punished as provided in the Army Act.

    The above questions were then read to the recruit in my presence.

    I have taken care that he understand each question, and that his answer to each question has been duly entered

    as replied to, and the said recruit has made and signed the declaration and taken the oatn before me

    at London on this 7th day of August 1914

    Signature of the Justice.   Signature of the Justice. 






  • October 27, 2018 13:13:26 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)








    I, Edward William Bennett do solemnly declare that the above answers made by me to

    the above questions are true, and that I am willing to fulfil the engagements made.

    Signature of Edward William Bennett SIGNATURE OF RECRUIT.

    Signature of Witness                              Signature of Witness

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    OATH TO BE TAKEN BY RECRUIT ON ATTESTATION.

    I, Edward William Bennett swear by Almighty God, that I will be faithful and

    bear true Allegiance to His Majesty king George the Fifth, His Heirs, and Successors, and that I will, as in duty

    bound, honestly and faithfully defend His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, in Person, Crown, and Dignity against all

    enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of His Majesty, His Heirs, and Successors, and of the Generals and Officers

    set over me. So help me God.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




  • October 27, 2018 13:07:27 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                            Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2

    123 written diagonally on the upper left hand corner of the form. Word "ORIGINAL" is stamped in the upper middle of the form covering the royal seal.

    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)











  • October 27, 2018 13:05:13 Sarika Jain

    ( missing7) W 5802-2376 45,000 1/13 HWV      Forms                         Royal seal in the middle                               Army Form B. 111.

                                                                                 B. 111

                                                                                      2


    SHORT SERVICE

    (One year with the colours)

    ATTESTATION OF

    No. 28209 Name Edward William Bennett. Corps Royal Engineers (Motor Cyclist)








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