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NameDOBDOEDODRegiment / Corps
Stanley Bainbridge 17/02/1976 Durham Light Infantry
John Edward Barker 16/02/1976 Buffs, Royal
John Edward Barker 16/02/1976 Buffs, Royal
Thomas Ryan BEM 16/02/1976 King's Own Shropshire Light Infantry
Sidney Haywood 15/02/1976 Royal Garrison Artillery
George William Gibson MBE 14/02/1976 Royal Regiment of Arrtillery
Willliam Charles Heavens 13/02/1976 Middlesex Regiment
William Frederick Avery 11/02/1976 Royal Army Medical Corps
Alfred Bernard Collins 11/02/1976 Seaforth Highlanders
Arthurr Henry Murdoch 04/02/1976 Black Watch
Albert Hopkins 31/01/1976 Royal Field Artillery
George Edward Charles Frostt MM 29/01/1976 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Frederick Turvey Bird 28/01/1976 Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment
George Alfred Turner 23/01/1976 Royal Field Artillery
Arthur Harold Barnett 17/01/1976 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Cameron Thordburn Clyde 12/01/1976 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Hugh Edgar Devine 05/01/1976 Royal Ulster Rifles
John William Reed 05/01/976 Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Theodore Wills 19/03/1976 Corps of Royal Military Police
Francis Quilter 13/03/1976 East Surrey Regiment
Bertram Turp 09/03/1976 1st Royal Dragoons
Frederick Latham 02/03/1976 Northumberland Fusiliers
Reginald George Woodward 01/03/1976 14th/20th Hussars
Michael Garvey 29/02/1976 Northamptonshire Regiment
William Thomas Green 28/02/1976 Royal Iniskilling Fusiliers
William Albert Paul 27/02/1976 Royal Corps of Signals
Michael Augustus Glen Barry 25/02/1976 Royal Army Ordnance Corps
William Joseph Egan 25/02/1976 Royal Army Service Corps
Terrence Gerald Nolan 24/02/1976 Royal Ulater Rifles
John Joseph Kitson 23/02/1076 Royal Irish Fusiliers

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