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From: "bren" <>
Subject: Re: 12th Yeomanry Cyclist Regiment,
Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 21:43:24 +0100
I had a quick look on the PROCAT site and there was one match for your
g/father, (dates match).
WO 339 War Office: Officers' Services, First World War, Long Number Papers
(numerical) 1914-1922 139908
Subseries within WO 339 OFFICERS SERVICES (INCLUDING CIVILIAN
DEPENDANTS, AND MILITARY STAFF APPOINTMENTS): LONG NUMBER PAPE ...
WO 339/84867 WORLOCK A [1914-1922]
If he was successful in his application for officer cadet training it could
be part of his service records. I couldnt find any thing on the 12th
Yeomanry cyclist Regt. This link is to the regiments.org site
http://regiments.org/milhist/uk/inf-ta/cyclist.htm for the army cyclist
corps. Have a look and see, there may be a link to your regt.
Also on the GENUKI site there is the Suffolk page, which has info on the
Hope this helps,
Brendan in Bradford.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jane Slowgrove" <>
Sent: Friday, October 18, 2002 9:49 PM
Subject: 12th Yeomanry Cyclist Regiment,
> Does anyone know where I can find out about this regiment? I didnt know
they existed. My grandfather applied for officer cadet training & the
present address was given as 12th Yeomanry Cyclists regiment, Ipswich
Suffolk in Jan. 1917. (A.J. Worlock)
> Thank you for your consideration.
> Jane Slowgrove
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