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Pictures from Rod Marler e-mail him
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Photos sent by Rod Marler son of Claude Henry Marler (Harry) Hampshire Regiment 1920's
Dad was born February 8, 1902 in Southampton but lived most of his life in Toronto Canada. He originally came to Canada at about age 12 as a Bernardo boy but ran away at age 16 and went to sea. He eventually made his way back to England where he enlisted in the Army. (Because, as he said, I needed a job). Sadly Dad passed away some years ago and is deeply missed. Dad was a great story teller. Everyone always enjoyed listening to his recollections of his travels and his time spent with the Hampshire Regiment in Egypt and India.

Any further information you or any ex member could provide on this era, the medallion or on any of the other people in the photos would be greatly appreciated. Two names that Dad used to drop were Ginger Malone and Lardy Preston. I don’t know their real first names but if anyone has any information on them, drop me a line.

Three of the lads, Jublepur India
Group Photo
Our machine gun team, Abu-kir Bay, Egypt
Medallion "Platoon Efficiency Trophy"
Formal portrait India.
Recruit 54900347 Army number may be wrong?
Claude is 2nd from the right in the back row