Graham Troillet

AncientFaces Member since May 31, 2012

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A photo of Abraham Luther, British Infantryman.My gt gt grandfather enlisted in the 13th Regiment of Foot on the 9th June 1855 at the age of 21 in the city...
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A photo of George Luther Houghton. my maternal grandfather during WWI. He was gassed and invalided out of the army, but suffered the consequences for the...
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My maternal grandfather, George Luther Houghton, a driver in the Royal Field Artillery, is standing third left with a towel draped over his shoulder. He was...
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Cadet Harry Kimberley Houghton: My gt uncle Harry as a Merchant Marine Cadet in the livery of the White Star Line. Probably pre WWI
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My gt (possibly gt gt) uncle Jimmie Holt probably at the time of WWI.
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A photo of Capt John Jones, somehow related to me on my mother's side. He was made a Foreign Going Master on 19th May 1899. He's wearing the livery of the...
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My great uncle Harry during WW2. He was on the North Atlantic convoys and was sunk three times. When he was IC Troops Iceland he was charged with the...
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A photo of Lt Cdr Harry Kimberley Houghton RNR
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A photo of Graham Troillet of South Australia - a firefighter.
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Graham Troillet Hi Davon, Many thanks for the contact. Can you provide more details, please?
Oct 16, 2014 · posted to the photo Capt John Jones
Graham Troillet The badge on his arm indicates he was a Royal Naval Air Service Engineer.
Oct 09, 2014 · posted to the photo Jimmie Holt RN
Graham Troillet Alan, there is no warrant officer (Sergeant Major) in this photo. The man at the front is a commissioned officer, by the looks of it a Lieutenant.
Oct 08, 2014 · posted to the photo Liverpool Scottish, Tunbridge Wells, 1914