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Old 15-01-20, 09:53 AM
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Default Cpt Gordon

Cant find any info on this officer can anyone help?
Also what are those medal ribbons?
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1899 Army List.

Captain W.G. WOLRIGE-GORDON, 1st Bn.

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Reference in the London Gazette Publication date: 13 October 1914 Supplement:28937 Page:8222

LOCAL BATTALIONS NEW ARMY.
The undermentioned Officers to command Battalions and those under the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel are granted the temporary rank of Lieutenant-Colonel: —
Dated 1st September, 1914.

Major Walter G. Wolridge-Gordon (retired pay), 2nd Public Schools Battalion, The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment).


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Thank you guys now I have the Wolridge.
Walter Gordon Wolridge-Gordon. From SWB Lt 1883: wounded at El-Teb 1884; Adj 1888; Cpt 1890; Served in Matebele Rebellion with Bechuanaland Border Police 1893-4; Major 1900; Commanding Depot The Black Watch; Lt Col 19th PSB Bn Royal Fusileers 1914-18.
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For a student and collector, just as important is what they are wearing. It would seem they are wearing the frock type doublets?

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