Some Woolaston men who served in World War I.
Several Woolaston men who served in the First World War.
Back L_R George Tamplin, Hussars, William Tamplin, Warwickshire Regiment.
Front L_R Fred Ball, Jack Reeks.
All lived in Woolaston and fought in WW1.
The photo was taken by W. Green the Lydney Photographer.
Top right: George Tamplin, Woolaston, who served in The Hussars in WW1,
Bottom right: William Tamplin, Woolaston, who served in the Warwickshire Regiment in WW1.
Rog Dennis added: "... George Tamplin - that's a Royal Warwickshire Regt capbadge, not a Hussar regt. I cannot id. the other two badges ... In Lydney Town Hall, Grace Pritchard nursed Albert Edward FAZEY, Warwicks (2nd B'ham Pals) and married him after the War. Great Uncle Ted was a great favourite of mine & his cap badges are still treasured!!".
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