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From: Ray Tomlinson <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Question ???? WW1 Pension records
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2007 16:38:12 +0100
Soldiers were discharged under Kings Regulation 392 but these don't
seem to go as high as "41" are you sure this is what it says? You'll
find more about it here - http://www.1914-1918.net/discharged.htm -
Regulation "XI" is misconduct. Look elsewhere on that site and you'll
find out about medal index cards (MIC's) and how to download them
from the National Archives (costs £3.50 or, to you, about $7)
On 29 Sep 2007, at 01:02, Margaret Hayes wrote:
> I have been looking at the Ancestry WW1 pension records and may
> have found a relative.
> He entered the service on Aug 18, 1914 and was discharged on March
> 18,1915 with a notation that all pension credit was forfeited on
> discharge. A reference is made to "misconduct authority" with what
> appears to be a reference number..... para-392 (41).
> I would appreciate any advice on the significance of this number or
> where I might find the information.
> In New Jersey
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