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    ARMY BOOK 358 INSTRUCTIONS (1.) This book is a permanent record. It will eventually be deposited in the office of the Master of the Rolls for reference purposes. (2.) It will be kept up to date and compiled with care and accuracy. When a man is struck off the strength, the necessary entry will be made in the column "Transfer" or "Discharge." On no account will his name be ruled through. If any man is subsequently re-transferred to his old corps, the fact will be recorded in the column "Transfer." If for any reason he is allotted a new Regimental Number, cross references will be made. (3.) Four lines will be allotted to each man's record. (4.) The entries will be in numerical order. A space will be given for each Regimental number, whether the number has yet been allotted to a man or not. (5.) Not more than one thousand names should under ordinary circumstances be entered in this book. They should, as far as possible, be 1 to 999, 1000 to 1999, 2000 to 2999 and so on, to facilitate future reference.

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Reference Name REGI/3/4

Number 4. Army numbers 4794981-4795970.
Dates of attestation: 1914-1922.
Includes re-enlistments up to 1942.
Name index at back.

Date: 1914-1942

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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