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A relative of mine served in India around the same time and i have some photographs showing a similar uniform which were forwarded to me.
I will try and attach photos and see if i can find the information as to which regiment he was in.
Topsy this may take me a few days.
I have loads of information that was sent to me regarding my Shrive ancestors that I have to read everything to find if the regiment is mentioned
Please bear with me and i will get back to you as soon as i can.
firstly do you think the shoulder badges are the same.If they are i will e mail my relative to see if they have the ingformation to hand rather than take days ploughing through all my correspondence.
Let me know what you t hink
The shoulder title for the Royal Warwicks can be seen below. The Artillery shoulder titles would be RHA or RGA.
There is a Medal Index card on Ancestry UK for a Driver Harry G Griffiths, service number 33392. He was a Regular pre-WW1 soldier serving with the 3rd Brigade Royal Horse Artillery (RHA). He was an original Old Contemptible going on active service on 15 August 1914.
All I know is he was stationed in India, he married my grandmother Madras 1910 Also on my father birth cert. 1914 his occupation is Overseas PWD stationed at Fort St George, Madras the Garrison Caplain looks like H W Atkins.
He returned to Birmingham I think 1927
Would this fit with the information on the medal card