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NameDOBDOEDODRegiment / Corps
Cecil Lewis Arthur Siegel BEM 09/04/1977 Dorsetshire Regiment
Herbert James Bailey 27/09/1977 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Frederick Collins 25/09/1977 Royal Tank Regiment
Maurice Ellis Bird 18/09/1977 Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment
Michael Cunningham 08/09/1977 Royal Army Service Corps
Robert Millar 04/09/1977 Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)
Walter Gates 29/08/1977 Northamptonshire Regiment
Harry William Albert Curtis 17/08/1977 Coldstream Guards
Reginald William Butters Croix de Guerre 09/08/1977 Coldstream Guards
Edward Carter 06/08/1977 Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment
Edward Clance Saunders 05/08/1977 4th Hussars
Ralph Turpen Liddle 04/08/1977 Royal Horse Artillery
Herbert Crompton 16/07/1977 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Walter Allen 08/07/1977 Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Percival Rushton 04/07/1977 Royal Regiment of Artillery
William Francis Green 03/07/1977 Royal Fusiliers
John James Connor 02/07/1977 Royal Northumberland Fusiliers
George Harrison Clarke 02/07/1977 Suffolk Regiment
Walter Thomas Mantell 31/12/1977 Corps of Royal Engineers
Thomas James Guthrie 27/12/1977 Scots Guards
William Campbell 18/12/1977 Royal Scots Fusiliers
Leonard Robert Speed 14/12/1977 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Fred Woodward 01/11/1977 Royal Pioneer Corps
Ernest James White 25/01/1977 Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
Henry Hayden Bell 17/10/1977 Royal Welch Fusiliers
John Greenwood 12/10/1977 Scots Guards
Ian Arnum 04/10/1977 Gordon Highlanders
William Thomas Dixon 04/10/1977 Royal Army Service Corps
Elijah Creber 03/03/1978 Durham Light Infantry
Arthur Livingstone Douglas Flook 28/02/1978 Gloucestershire Regiment

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