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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: david lambert
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 18, 2020, 06:41:18 AM »
David Mills was disharged cause n/k on 24/10/1917.  Cause of death not specified on PRC.  Widow, Mrs E Mills, had no pension as they had married after discharge.
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: michael dunn
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 18, 2020, 06:31:13 AM »
Pte Dunn (B 25/10/1885) had been a Labourer when he enlisted in 4th Bttn on 29/10/1914.
Michael was discharged from 4th Bttn on 4/8/1916. He had Debility contracted following rheumatism at Riby Camp. He had severe issues with his teeth, possibly linked to grinding during seizures.  There was no diagnosis on Epilepsy and confirmation that the condition was aggravated or attributable to service.
Michael died from Epilepsy “comm on AS.” (commencing) on 6/2/1917, aged 41. Buried hollinwood cemetery.section B14.grave 128.  This plot is for those who died in the poor law institute,Oldham
Widow Annie received pension for herself and 6 children, incl illeg step child and son from Michael’s 1st marriage (B 1903-17.  Youngest son James died on 12/10/1917. 8 mills St.Royton, later 10 Church St.
Seeking advice from IFCP with the evidence.  Epilepsy commencing in service may not be accepted a attributable.
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: edward price
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 07:52:13 PM »
Widow Martha received a Pension. Cause of death on PRC states Discharged.
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: thomas howe
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 07:40:50 PM »
Pte Howe’s was one of the first to enlist in the 2nd City / 17th Bttn on 2/9/1914.  Thomas had previousl been a Warehouseman and trained with XIII Pln of D Coy and he was transferred to 25th (Training Reserve) Bttn on 9/11/1915, the day after the rest of 17th Bttn had disembarked in France.
Thomas was discharged unfit with SWB on 12/12/1915. He died from disease on 19/2/1918, aged 36.
Buried Southern Cemetery Conc 407 on 23/2/1918.
His mother, Mrs Elizabeth Diffnall, received a Pension from 23/8/1918,  after the “Ent admtd” (Entitlement Admitted). 9 Freeman Street, Hulme.
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: george oldland
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:55:05 PM »
George died from Pulmonary TB aggravated by active service.
Widow Temprance and daugh Hilda received pension, 114 Thomas St,Miles Platting.
DC to be ordered.  IFCP advised.
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: daniel,orme hague
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:47:43 PM »
Daniel died from Influenza & Pneumonia.
Widow Mary Goodier and 3 children (B 1913-16) received Pension - suggests attrib to service, but no evidence found.
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: john henry tynan
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:42:56 PM »
John died from Flu & Pneumonia.
No Pension to Mo Eliza
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: norman sladen
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:34:30 PM »
Norman (Born 1894) was discharged on 18/9/1918, with a Pension for Tuberculosis disease of spine 100% incapacity attributable to service.
Norman died of disease n/k 8/8/1921.
Widows Pension refused to Sarah Ellen
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: edwin foster
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:23:39 PM »
PRCs say cause of death as Chronic Nephritis & Dilation of Heart. No comment on agg or att.
Ethel received a Pension on Appeal. 40 Newman St, Ashton.
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Non Commissioned Graves / Re: walter whitehead
« Last post by Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:16:39 PM »
Dependents PRC says Entitlement not admitted.
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