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I agree that the revised parameters would reject this case due to the absence of 'military records' to show TB was due to service - even though the pension was granted on this basis.  We could revisitt some of these cases in future, rather than face rejection now. 
No, not convinced there is enough evidence for a successful case.
Hi Paul,
Have you put this case forward to IFCP?
Applications for Commemoration / Henry James Winrow 20046 (17737 RDC)
« Last post by PaulC on February 26, 2024, 06:47:56 PM »
Pte Henry James Winrow 20046 Manchester Regt, enlisted 05/07/1915, trans. to 17737 Royal Defence Corps 29/04/1916. Discharged on 28/06/1917 due to sickness, home service only. Disability was hemiplegia originating Dec 1916 at Wigan whilst at home on leave, deemed attributable to ordinary military service. Born at Ormskirk and married to Minnie Ethel Murton at Wigan in 1905, he lived at 60 Linney Street, Wigan. Died at home from hemiplegia and asthenia, age 52, and buried at Wigan Cemetery plot CE.R.479 (unmarked grave).


Case submitted via IFCP.
Newly Commemorated Men (CWGC) / Re: Pte 4118 George Askham (60135 KLR)
« Last post by PaulC on February 23, 2024, 11:05:17 PM »
George Askham was accepted for commemoration on 17/12/2022:
Applications for Commemoration / Re: Pte 2355/ 250457 Albert Charles Cayton
« Last post by Tim Bell on February 23, 2024, 04:40:35 PM »
Albert Cayton's commemoration was rejected today.
The adjudiaction panel clearly have their heads shoved firmly where the sun don't shine.
Applications for Commemoration / Re: Pte 15114 Harold Hobson MM
« Last post by Tim Bell on February 23, 2024, 04:37:48 PM »
Harold Hobson's commemoration was rejected today.  I have no explanation why. Maybe the panel had crispies for breakfast rather than cornflakes. Bloody nonsense!
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