Campaign Medals 2

The British War Medal (also known as ‘Squeak’) was a silver or bronze medal awarded to officers and men of the British and Imperial Forces who either entered a theatre of war or entered service overseas between 5th August 1914 …

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Whitchurch Memorial

War Memorial - Whitchurch, Shropshire

  I first started visiting the Battlefields, Cemeteries and Memorials of the Western Front some fifteen years ago. Three years ago I decided to research the names on the War Memorial in Station Road, that’s all they are names, carved …

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Whitchurch Herald 15th February 1919

Report in the Whitchurch Herald 15th February 1919 of a letter received by Mrs. Walford regarding the death of her son, Edward Walford “Dear Mrs Walford I deeply regret to tell you your son passed away this morning at 03.45 …

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Edward Walford

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

Personal Details Born in Whitchurch in 1890, the third son of George and Harriet Walford of 28 Watergate Street, Whitchurch. Edward worked as a coach builder before joining the Army. Military Details Regiment : 11th (Service) Battalion Cheshire Regiment, formerly …

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Whitchurch Herald 1st June 1918

Report in the Whitchurch Herald 1st June 1918 of a post card received by Mr. and Mrs. Walford from their son, Edward Walford “Mr & Mrs Walford received a post card from their son, Edward, who is a prisoner of …

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