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A postcard from a Paris studio, featuring five signalers of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.

Back right is 12153 Private Harold Dagger.

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3 Responses to Photo: Loyal Signalers

  1. Sharon Kendrick says:

    Do you think the man on the back row far left could possibly be Stanley Winstanley who you recently wrote up for me? Long shot I suppose but just trying to compare it with the photo I sent you. If only someone knew the names of these men so that we could know for sure one way or the other!

    • Sharon Kendrick says:

      Oh I’m supposing not having just read that Pte Dagger was in the 10th battalion, would all these signallers have been from the same battalion?

      • admin says:

        Hi Sharon,

        I don’t know for sure, but as you say Harold Dagger was 10th Bn so it is likely that all these signallers were in the 10th. The man back left has sergeant stripes so safe to rule him out as being Stanley.

        It is indeed a real shame that most of these photos are unnamed.

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