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NameDOBDOEDODRegiment / Corps
Henry George Whittle 20/02/1978 Devonshire Regiment
Joseph Ivor Bray 20/02/1978 South Wales Borderers
Frank McNulty 16/02/1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery
William Albert Victor Reason 13/02/1978 10th Hussars
Cyril Jack Alderton 12/02/1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Thomas Henry Morris 10/02/1978 Lancashire Fusiliers
George Hollingsworth Smith 05/02/1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery
George Smith MBE 05/02/1978 Royal Army Ordnance Corps
Thomas Robertson 19/01/1978 Corps of Royal Engineers
Martin Andrews 12/01/1978 Royal Army Service Corps
Henry Dubock 10/01/1978 Royal Garrison Artillery
Robert Eli Joyce 03/01/1978 Royal Fusiliers
Thomas John Evans 03/01/1978 Royal Garrison Artillery
Frank Valentine Shaddick 03/01/1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery
John Humprhreys 01/01/1978 King's Shropshire Light Infantry
Frederick George Gilham 01/01/1978 North Staffordshire Regiment
Charles Patrick Devine 01/01/1978 Royal Irish Fusiliers
Arthur Francis Chadwick 25/06/1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Hugh Ryder 12/06/1978 Corps of Royal Engineers
Richard Thomas Anthony Fallis 31/05/1978 Royal Irish Fusiliers
Herbert Arthur Peggs 12/05/1978 Wiltshire Regiment
Harold Stanley Dalton 09/05/1978 Royal Army Service Corps
Alfred Ernest Gillard 27/04/1978 14th/20th Hussars
Frederick Savage 01/04/1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery
William Henry Disbray 17/03/1978 Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment
Henry Frederick Ford 14/03/1978 Royal Garrison Artillery
William Steele MM 10/03/1978 Corps of Royal Engineers
Frederick John Petch 08/03/1978 Suffolk Regiment
William Atherton Mason 03/03/1978 Royal Highland Regiment (Black Watch)
Robert Henry Cook 03/03/1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery

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