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Walter Mee served with the 10th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Upon enlisting he was given the service number 13421. Walter sailed for France with the Battalion on 31 July 1915, arriving in Boulogne the next day.

Unfortunately no further records exist for Walter. At some point he transferred to the Army Service Corps and had the service number T/355400. The initial ‘T’ in this new number suggests he was involved with Horse Transport in some capacity.  Walter survived the war and was transferred to Class Z reserve.

Walter was awarded the 1914/15 star, British War Medal and Victory Medal.

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