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The photograph below shows the Officers of the 1/4th (Territorial) Battalion of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. It was taken in Bedford in 1915, shortly before the Battalion sailed for France.

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2 Responses to 1/4th Bn Officers

  1. Laura Thompson says:

    Hi there,
    I’m I interested in anything you may have on the 1/4th North Lanc Regt, but mainly on one person Thomas Frederick Boon, he is an ancestor on my partners and would be great if we could have find a photo of him.
    Many thanks

  2. Dorf Dorfling says:

    I’ve got a Victoria medal that was issued ti Pte J Cartledge -The number is 5841–would any of his family or his unit be interested in acquiring this medal, they can contact me in South Africa- on my supplied E-mail adress.

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