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Old 30-09-21, 09:00 PM
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Requesting some assistance with info relating to the following casualty, please:

36179, G. W. Mowles
Army Veterinary Corps (1st Vet Hospital)
DOD: 31/10/1918
Commemorated: Greenwich Cemetery

Any help gratefully received.

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Old 30-09-21, 10:12 PM
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This is on Ancestry if it is of any use to you

George William. His record of soldiers effects 1918 are there but are a separate subscription, sorry.
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Old 30-09-21, 10:56 PM
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Greetings JT, best I can offer at the moment.

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Hi JT,

his family tree is on Ancestry - anything in particular you are looking for ?

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Old 01-10-21, 12:54 AM
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Thanks to all so far.

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Hi JT,

his family tree is on Ancestry - anything in particular you are looking for ?

Mark
Mark,

Looking for more details in connection with his service, in particular the circs surrounding his death (having died so close to the time of the Armistice).

The CWGC info states that he is commemorated (possibly interred) at Greenwich, and to the best of my knowledge, the AVC 1st Vet Hospital was in Aldershot. Does this mean our man died in the UK?

Other than by accessing his death cert., is there perhaps any other way of establishing what happened to him - would such info be available through the tree you cite on Ancestry?

JT
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