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In this photo Private Frederick Joseph Butler is sat in the front middle of the group. Frederick served with the 1/4th Battalion, it is likely that the other men were all 4th Battalion soldiers.


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One Response to Photo: A group of 4th Bn Soldiers

  1. Jackie Dunn says:

    I was wondering if the sergeant in the middle of this picture could be my grandad Thomas Farrell 7886. I have a lot of info about him – including service record but some is difficult to read. He was definitely a sergeant by 1917 and was back in England between 1916 and 1917 – in between France action. I would love to be able to copy the picture to see if, when blown up, it looks like the pic I have of him.

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