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Lancashire Fusiliers

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Order of Battle of British Infantry Units, 1 July 1916
2nd Battalion, The Lancashire Fusiliers. 2nd Battalion, The Duke of Wellington's Regiment. 2nd Battalion, The Essex Regiment.
Audenshaw's WW I Roll
Lancashire Fusiliers. BARRETT. Thomas.
RE & Sappers
06/08/1895 Lancashire Fusiliers 1st. BARRON Robert John 30/08/1862 22/11/ 1851. 11.
Henry Cecil Franks MC Henry Cecil Franks was -
The 18th Lancashire Fusiliers were part of the 35th Division which fought in the Second.
42 (East Lancashire) Infantry Division (1)
125th (Lancashire Fusiliers) Infantry Brigade (2). 5th Bn. The 7th Bn.

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Llanelli's riot revisited
Edwards says on the Friday at least, relations between the strikers and the Lancashire Fusiliers - who had experience of policing the miners' strike in Tonypandy - were very good.
War hero's body is to be exhumed
Slane remembers its Great War dead at Ledwidge cottage
He was a member of the Lancashire Fusiliers. Francis Ledwidge, a son of Patrick and Anne Ledwidge, was just 29 when he was killed at Boezing, Belgium. He was a member of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.

Suggested Web Resources

Lancashire Fusiliers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lancashire Fusiliers was a British infantry regiment that was amalgamated with other Fusilier regiments in 1968 to form the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
XX The Lancashire Fusiliers
Sep 28, 2001 A meeting place for ex LFs to chat about old times, and contact long lost friends.
The Lancashire Fusiliers in 1914-1918
The Lancashire Fusiliers. Battalions of the Regular Army. 1st Battalion August 1914 : in Karachi.
Fusilier Museum
The Fusilier Museum is home to the collection of the Lancashire Fusiliers and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
World War One Photos. Lancashire Fusiliers. Photographs
Soldiers Died in the Great War: The Lancashire Fusiliers Men Of The Lancashire Fusiliers On The Western Front, Near Messines, Belgium, c.

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