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    I have made my very first British WW1 Victory medal acquisition. What I didn't know is that they are all numbered and named. I haven't a clue where to start looking for information, so I am kindly asking for your assistance. It is numbered named and has C.F.C after the name. Any insight is immensely appreciated.

    Kindest regards... George

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    Ok so, he is an Englishman who was married to a yank. He resided in Rhode Island and enlisted in Canada in 1917. It is late here now, I will up load the attestation soon. What else or where else can I look f2f or service related information? What else would you like to know?

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    If he was a casualty there are other resources available - CWGC and the Canadian Virtual War Memorial and Canadian Great War Project which may shed light on his career and death. Library and Archives Canada also maintains card records on veterans circumstances of death but they are far from complete, as I believe they were dependent on next of kin submitting the info. Other than that, for thise who survived the war there is not a lot readily available. LAC is promising to release complete service records for men whose names start with A to C this summer, but haven't done so yet.

    If you'd care to share his name I'd be happy to poke around up her for you.


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