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Application for Souvenir Memorial Scroll sent ot Widow of Charlie Matthews Application for Souvenir Memorial Scroll sent ot Widow of Charlie Matthews Matthews, Charles Samuel 1919 Other
Battlefield Travel Brochure sent to Widow of Charlie Matthews Battlefield Travel Brochure sent to Widow of Charlie Matthews Mathews, Charles Samuel 1918 - 1919 Other
Card: 'God Bless our Fighting Men', carried by Widow of Charlie Matthews Card: 'God Bless our Fighting Men', carried by Widow of Charlie Matthews Mathews, Charles Samuel Unknown Publication
Extracts from Things heard, seen and remembered unpublished memoirs of Lt. Col. Justin Hooper Extracts from Things heard, seen and remembered unpublished memoirs of Lt. Col. Justin Hooper Hooper, Justin/Hooper, Justin; Hooper, Eejay; Bloomsbury Set; Wogan-Browne; Birtwhistle, Alfred; Hooper, Cuthbert W.R.; Roosevelt 1914 - 1919 Memoir
Frank Smith born 19th December 1896 Frank Smith born 19th December 1896 Sharp, Edward/Smith. Frank World War One Memoir
John 'Jack' Bovey returns to the trenches: Audio Interview John 'Jack' Bovey returns to the trenches: Audio Interview John 'Jack', Bovey 1969 Interview
John 'Jack' Bovey returns to the trenches: Transcript of Audio Interview John 'Jack' Bovey returns to the trenches: Transcript of Audio Interview John 'Jack', Bovey 1969 Interview
Letter from 494 Sergeant Joseph Cecil Thompson to his brother upon arrival in Egypt in 1914 prior to Letter from 494 Sergeant Joseph Cecil Thompson to his brother upon arrival in Egypt in 1914 prior to Gallipoli action. Thompson, Joseph Cecil 8th December 1914 Letter
Letter from Capt. John Livingston RAMC Letter from Capt. John Livingston RAMC Livingston, John July 1918 Letter
Letter from Major C Charrington to Mrs C Carr re death of Leslie George Carr Letter from Major C Charrington to Mrs C Carr re death of Leslie George Carr Charrington, C. W./Carr, Leslie George 13th May 1918 Letter