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William W. Keeling, Royal Army Service Corps
Posted by: Paul Hamilton (ID *****2420) Date: January 20, 2005 at 12:10:36
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I hope this helps someone,

William W. Keeling
Unit: Royal Army Service Corps.
Service: Army
Service Number: T/166810
Rank: Lance Corporal
Location: Alvechurch (St. Lawrence) Churchyard
County: worcestershire
Country: England
Other Details: 23rd November 1940. Husband of J. Keeling of Alvechurch.

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