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Update! I finally got to check this with my mom over Christmas and she can remember a few of the names.
Back row: unknown (possibly a Bell?); John Moffat; unknown; unknown; Irene Garfield; Diane Paul; my mom Jean Price.
Front Row: Rita Moffat; unknown; unknown; Graham Garfield.
Does anyone have a photo (preferably old) of Sherbourne Paper Mill in Kings Norton?
Ideally I'm looking for a 19th century image, but anything will do if it's of the buildings from that period.
My great great grandfather William Davis worked and died in an accident there.
thanks in advance!
That must be him!! He was always down as Harry, even on birth and marriage certs, but maybe the Army assumed it was a nickname! Wow, thanks Suzanne - do you know if the records are on Ancestry... where did you find that?!
Thanks everyone. I've already had a look at the Great War forum - I've been posting this photo all over the place in attempts to get some info! The shape of his cap badge does look like the RAMC one... but I've found it also looks like the Army Veterinary Corps one, which would fit in with the...
If anyone could help with this I'd be incredibly grateful.
This is my great-grandfather, Harry Price, in his uniform, taken in France in about 1915 or 1916 (so I'm told). The back of the postcard confirms it was French, but there's no stamp or postmark. It was sent to his sister in Rugby.