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058: April 2000

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063: January 2002

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‘The Robin Hoods – Who were they?’ - by Jonathan D`Hooghe

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      A brief look at the history of the 7th Battalion Sherwood Foresters (The Robin Hood Rifles) and a snapshot of the battalion at two points in time, Autumn 1915 and Spring 1918. Using death records at the Hohenzollern Redoubt in 1915 and for the German Spring Offensive of March/April 1918 we will look to see how the character of this Notti…


Dear David ... Pension Record Cards Feedback

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Here's some feedback about the Pension Records lookups we have conducted for a wide range of individuals:   Andrew Gilpin I had sent a quick 'thank you' earlier, but I feel I must write again.  When I learnt that the Records had become available I went straight to the WFA website and did what I too often do, which is 'click' on everything in sig…


'The Robin Hoods' a talk by Jonathan D'Hooge

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The 7th (Robin Hood) Battalion, The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) is the battalion most closely associated with the city of Nottingham. Popularly known as ‘The Robin Hoods’, the 7th Notts & Derbys took the place of the Robin Hood Rifles, on the formation of the Territorial Force in April 1908. The Robin H…