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  1. Aaron hill says:

    Hi there, my name’s Aaron and I live in chopwell, Newcastle, England. I’m a keen metal detectorist and two nights ago I found a WW1 service medal along with a 1912 gv penny next to it. The medal was lost by a W J Rowley from inniskillin fuseliers. I would like to return it to the family along with the coin. I’m wondering what it was doing so far into chopwell woods. if you can let me know how to go about it

  2. Inniskillings says:

    Dear Mr Hill, your comment has been passed to our Research Team who will be contacting you

  3. Mac says:

    I would like to get in touch with. Any one. Who. Served national service. Between 1957 and 1959. I used to be. Known as McDonnell 54 As there used to. Be. A McDonnell 55 in the same mob

  4. John Tennant says:

    My father in law Charles Cooper fought with the 2nd Inniskillings in WW2 and was at the garagliano crossing and Anzio. As next January is the 75th anniversary does anyone know if anything is happening?

  5. Edward Sweeney says:

    I am trying to get records/ information on my Uncle William Sweeney Private who died in 1917 6/9/17 service number 29663 his grave is in the Croisillies PasDe Calais I would appreciate your help in this matter.

  6. Ivan WJ Quinn says:

    My grandfather, Pte John Quinn, served with 1st Bn Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1915 – 1918.
    He was wounded at the Somme but survived to fight again until being taken prisoner in March 1918.
    He was demobbed in 1918 and passed away aged 92 in 1988.

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