Charles J Harwood


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    Charles J
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    C J
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    Royal Army Medical Corps


Chas J Harwood was serving with the Royal Army Medical Corps when he passed through Peterborough East Station on 1 April 1917. He wrote in the visitors’ book “‘Tis deeds Not Words Which moves this World of Ours.  With sincere good wishes and thanks to all the Lady workers of “The Soldiers Rest”.

Private Harwood’s service records could not be located and it has not been possible to positively identify this soldier.  However, there is a medal record for a Charles Harwood who served with the Royal Army Medical Corps and the Gloucestershire Regiment.  If this is the soldier, then we know that he held the rank of Private and he served in France from 12 September 1915, and was awarded the 15 Star and British War and Allied Victory medals.

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