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Dunmow William Skingle Mark Leonard
Posted by: Trevor Skingle (ID *****9808) Date: December 23, 2007 at 00:51:51
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Dranoutre Military Cemetery Plot II J 8 Charles Skingle Corporal T4 085280 Army Service Corps KIA 3 July 1917. I've just been to visit Charles burial site in Flanders (scanned photo available). He was my Great Grandfather. One of his son's, Mark Leonard, was my grandfather Charlie Skingle's brother - I have a scanned photo of Mark Leonard taken in 1918 when he was posted as part of the 9th City of London Volunteer Rifles, Queen Victoria Rifles, Cologne, Germany, Army of Occupation. I also have a scanned photo of Charles's wife and my Great Grandmother, Mary Jane Emily Skingle (nee Milbourne), and of Mark's sisters and brothers; Caroline (Kitty) F. Skingle (b 1912 d 1940), George Francis Skingle (b 1907)emigrated to Australia 1926. Never heard from again and is believed to have been killed in the 2nd World War, and Albert Edward Skingle born 8th Oct 1914 who emigrated to Australia 20th Sept 1950. Also have photos of Charlie and Vi, my grandparents. If anyone would like copies e mailed please contact me


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