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As our appeal for help last month was so successful, here are some more individuals who we are struggling with. If anybody can help with providing more information on these people, we would love to hear it:

Surname First name(s) Known information Source
Marsh Samuel
  • Served in the Royal Army Medical Corps (service number 51023)
  • He was wounded
Express & Star 27 January 1917
Nicholls  B.
  • Worked for the Weldless Steel Tube Company Ltd
  • Served in the war
  • Survived the war
Roll of Honour of the Weldless Steel Tube Company Ltd.
Pearce
  • Police constable in Wolverhampton Borough Police Force
  • Rejoined the army in April 1915
Chief Constable’s Report Book
Rendall E. P.
  • He was in his fifties during the war
  • He was a plumber and pipe-fitter
  • He volunteered to substitute for a PE Abbott as a Waterworks Inspector while Abbott served in the war.
1914-1918 forum discussion
Savage  Harry
  • Worked for Mander Brothers Ltd
  • Served in the war
  • Presumably died during the war
Mander Brothers Memorial
 Taylor  George A.
  • Served with the Sherwood Foresters (number 80131)
  • Wounded
Express & Star 28 May 1917
Warrender Henry
  • Served with the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (number 26650)
  • Died of wounds on 14 December 1916
Express & Star 20 January 1917 and CWGC
 Alcock  G.
  • Worked for the Weldless Steel Tube Company Ltd
  • Served in the war
  • Survived the war
Roll of Honour of the Weldless Steel Tube Company Ltd
Baker Cyril
  • Attended Penn Road Wesleyan Chapel
  • Served in the war
  • Survived the war
Roll of Honour of Penn Road Wesleyan Chapel
Careless George Augustus
  • Served as a Private in the D. C. L. I.
  • Died during the War
Wolverhampton Roll of Remembrance
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