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This Page Updated 15th. August 2006
A search request has been received from the Daughter of Korean Veteran, Private Alan Pritchard,
It read : "My Dad, 22233303 Pte Alan Pritchard, served in Korea with the 1st Battalion Middlesex Regiment. He sadly died in 1990. I am in possession of a number of photos taken in camp(s) and on R&R. If anyone is interested in seeing them, please let me know, and I would be happy to e-mail them. If anyone remembers my Dad, I would be interested to hear from them too. I was proud to be a soldier's daughter and now I'm proud to be a soldier's mother".
I am Fusilier W.(Bill) Robinson 3969641 of the 2nd BattalionRoyal Welch Fusiliers (The number should not confuse you,because
I started my Service in the Welch Regiment).
I joined the 2nd Battalion RWF in 1941 at Selkirk in Scotland . Served with them through Madagasgar
to Burma until they were disbanded in Sadpur 1945.
I would be interested to hear from any of the lads I joined up with in the Welch Regiment 16th
Battalion at Cardiff, some names are: Sammy Boxall, Tom Evans, Dick Pardoe and Wally Cox.
I rejoined the 1st Battalion 1946/47 at Gevelsberg Germany , then to Hubbelrath (Dusseldorf ) and on to Berlin
I was in A and C companies. Will anyone who served with me at that time,
please contact me, my e-mail address is :- firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you. Sincerely Bill Robinson
Henry (Harry) Carter-Jackson.
Harry who served with the Glosters in Korea is sought by Doreen Stevens, Secretary of Ely Branch BKVA.
Will Harry, or anyone with knowledge of him, please phone the Webmaster of this site on 020 8255 1299,
or e-mail with :- C.Haynes
The Son of a Korean Veteran seeks information from friends and Comrades of his late Father.
Paul Dowson writes :-
Just visited your roll of honour and wondered if you may be able to help me in my search for former comrades of my late father
(George Dowson) who served in the welch reg't in korean war.
My father died 18 years ago as a result of heart attack which was the long term problem caused by rheumatic fever which he got in korea.
I hope you will be able to help me in my search and I will be grateful for any advice you can offer.
I do not know what company of the regiment he served with unfortunately, however I can tell you that he came from Newcastle upon Tyne, and was a proper geordie lad.
He was medically discharged whilst serving in Korea, with Rheumatic fever however he saw action on one of the hills which he did tell me,
when I was a child, was situated next to another which they called "old Baldy"
I hope this is useful information, Many thanks for looking into this for me I appreciate it.
Lance Corporal Frederick Thomas
A Mr. GP Wells seeks information about his Grandfather, who fought in the Korean war, in the Middlesex Regiment 1st Battalion
Lance Corporal Fredrick Thomas (TF) Burgon. No904FS section.
He passed away May 3rd 1975. All Gary knows about his Granddad is that he was in the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers in the
second world war and the Middlesex Regiment 1st Battalion.
If there is anyone who knows him and served with him, please could you e-mail Gary on email@example.com
or contact him via Mr G. P. Wells. 75 Lord Nelson Street, Howley. Warrington. Cheshire. WA1 2JF Tel.:-01925 487273
A find a Comrade
request from Mal Rainbow (Sunshine)
NZ 13137 ex Royal New Zealand Navy Medical Branch
of the :
New Zealand Korea Veterans Association
(Auckland North Branch)
and 2. another brit Stan Fennell 22121578 R.A.O.C. would like to find anybody who remembers him, he has been out here for some time now.....
trained Deep Cut, Aldershot and was in Korea 50 - 53.........Regards to all from NZ....Mal Rainbow
This message recently received from the Son of Sergeant Ike Smith of 'Y' Company the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers.
Are there any ex RNF who may have served with, or new of Ike.
Are there any RNF Veterans who can give his Son Ian some idea of the action and activities of the Regiment whilst in the line in Korea.
My father recently died, his name was Ike Smith. He served in korea in 1950.
He was in the Northumberland Fusiliers at the Imjin River, as far as I know.
I would like to know if any of your members served with him & could shed some light on what he & his company went through.
His company was "Y"company he was a sergeant
It is hoped through this page we can help reunite old comrades of all branches of the British military, who served together in any of the active campaigns, from the second World War to the Gulf War.
The objective will be to achieve a pool of the 'Seekers' and the 'Sought'
The format will be based on identifying the the applicant / the 'Seeker' by campaign, date served, Branch of the services, unit, service number, rank, name, plus any nickname used at the time of the acquaintance and Home Town, who will provide as much of the same detail that he/she has recorded, or can recall, to identify the 'Sought'.
Seeker :-Korea Conflict. 55/56. Army.
37 Field Bakery Platoon. RASC
12345678. Pte. Steven Turrel.
Sought:- Korean Conflict, September 1955 to June 1956 Army.
37 Field Bakery Platoon. RASC
????????. Pte.George Rose. Liverpool.
Identity details as above.
???????? Pte. Eddie McAuthur
A ? ? ? Howard who served with Wingate's Chindits in Burma
( Mr. Howard has unfortunately passed away since his search request )
Ted Cross also of the Chindits
The Welch Regiment Korea 1951 to 1952
MMG Platoon Support Company ( Hook and Hill 355)
Gerald O'Shea MM. (was Cpl. Heard promoted to Sgt.)
Cpl Griffiths, Ginger Warbrick, Morgan Ball, ? Jones 72
(Cooky) Cooke, Bob Stevens, ? Jenkins
Where are they now
Also Welch Regiment, Seeker Paul Owens. The Son of the late Trevor William Owens of the Welch Regiment, is seeking information from anyone who served with, or knew of his Father. Trevor was from Grangetown, Cardiff.
He joined the army as a 'Boy Soldier', in the Regimental Band, going on to serve in Hong Kong, Aden, Germany and Korea.
Will anyone who recalls anything that could be of assistance to Paul please send it to:
Snail-Mail :- 6, Warwick Close, Hampton. Middlesex. TW12 2TY
Can you put a name to this face
Welch Regiment Rifle Coy. Korea '52
And where are these now. Photographed at Company HQ Sami-Chon/Hook early '52
Seeker: 2527302 LAC RON KITCHENHAM ("Kitch") National Service 1951-54 RAF Hendon Home town: Brentford
Seeks information about: RM 9162 Marine LEWIS ANTHONY HEARD Royal Marines 41 Commando Home: Acacia Avenue, Brentford Died of dysentery 6/1/51 whilst a PoW and his brother, WALLY HEARD (Wallace, Walter?), Service details unknown, but believed to be National Service at the same time.
Any details about the above personnel gladly received. They were all schoolmates until joining the Services, and Ron would like to get in contact with Wally if possible. Please pass contacts or information to Jack Cox at e-mail above for forwarding to Ron. Many thanks Jack
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