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10028 Harold Ahearn Corps The Buffs.
Name Harold Ahearn.
In the parish of Dungeness, near the town of Lydd, Kent.
Age 18 years 1 month.
Trade Milk Salesman.
Certificate of Primary Military Examination.
I hereby certify that the above named recruit was inspected by me and I consider him fit for service in The Buffs, East Kent Regiment, and that due care has been exercised in his enlistment.
Date. 11 July 1913. Place Dover.
Regiment - The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
Father of soldier Mr S. Ahearn, 60 Mayfield Avenue, Buckland, Dover.
Mother of soldier Mrs Emma Ahearn 60 Mayfield Avenue, Buckland, Dover.
Brothers of soldier.
Stephen Ahearn age 34.
Albert E. Ahearn age 21.
Percy G. Ahearn age 19.
Sidney T. Ahearn age 18.
All same address as above.
Sisters of soldier.
Mrs Ada Holt High? Street, Hythe.
Mrs E. Youden, Penny Pot Farm, Hythe.
Lotty M. Ahearn 60 Mayfield Avenue, Dover. 
Statement of the services of No. 10028.
Name - Harold Ahearn The Buffs.
Killed in action - L/C. 18-10-14.
Casualty Form Active Service.
Regt. or Corps The Buffs.
Rank Pte.
Name Harold Ahearn.
Enlisted 11/7/1913.
8/8/14 appointed Lce Corp.
Killed in action field.
Medal, decorations and annuities.
1914 Star and clasp, British War and Victory medals.


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