Nantwich Guardian 8 November 1918

Report in the Nantwich Guardian 8th November 1918 regarding the death of Ernest Gregory “The funeral took place on Wednesday last week at Wrenbury Parish Church of Private Ernest Gregory, Cheshire Regiment, who died the previous Saturday at the Military …

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Campaign medals 3

The 1914 Star (also known as ‘Pip’) was authorised under Special Army Order no. 350 in November 1917 and by an Admiralty Fleet Order in 1918, for award to officers and men of the British and Indian Expeditionary Forces who …

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Harold Gregory

The Great War History Hub Whitchurch, shropshire - War dead missing image

Personal Details Born in Wrenbury, Nantwich, Cheshire in 1895, the eldest son of Joseph Charles and Martha Gregory of 62 Village Green, Wrenbury, Nantwich, Cheshire. The 1911 Census shows Harold employed as a cowman on Sandford farm, Aston, Nantwich. Harold …

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Chester Chronicle 23 October 1915

Report in the Chester Chronicle 23rd October 1915 about Harold Gregory “Mrs. Henry Tollemache has received further acknowledgements of the parcels of comforts sent from Nantwich to prisoners of war in Germany. Pte. H. Gregory writes to Mrs. Tollemache:- “Dear …

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Cheshire Observer 3 October 1914

Report in the Cheshire Observer giving an official list of names of the missing “It has for some weeks been surmised that in the early days of the War the Cheshires sustained very heavy losses, but not until to-day was …

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