FAMILIY GROUPING TO TWO BROTHERS
GROUP 1: Trio: 1914/15 star, British War and Victory Medal all correctly impressed to 3723 PTE. R. EDDY 7/BN AIF.
EMB: 23RD November 1915 (18 years old)
Transferred to the 60th Battalion on the 18th March 1916
REPORTED MISSING: 19TH July 1916
Board of enquiry concluded that Private Richard Eddy was shot through the head in "the charge" of July 19th at Fleurbaix. His body was sadly left in no-man's land. See Red Cross file on AWM website.
Group 2: Pair: British War and Victory Medal both correctly impressed to 4799 PTE. R. EDDY 38 BN AIF.
EMB: 21ST June 1917 (29th Bn)
Transferred to 38th Bn. 18th December 1917
WIA: 26th August 1918 "S. W. left arm"
RTA: 4th July 1919
Note: It appears Robert answered the call to arms after he learnt of the death of his brother Richard. A sad story of two fighting brothers. Robert Eddy's medals were returned to sender in 1923 and re-sent in 1928.
National Archives records have Charles Latham Williams file incorrectly numbered as 649 when researching
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