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Wiltshire Regiment - Various documents belonging to late Major John Henry Pyle Pafford, who enlisted at Trowbridge on 7th September 1917. They include a commission to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant issued on 24th March 1919, a letter to him sent from Infantry Record Office in London, regarding returning the Army Form Z21, dated 14th April 1919, a Certificate of employment during the War ( on the Army Form Z.18), dated August 1918 and a "Protection Certificate and Certificate of Identity" (on the Army Form Z.11), dated 7th February 1919 issued for him. There is a certificate of discharge for Private No. 12714J.H.P. Pafford dated 8th March 1919, a release certificate issued for Temporary Major J. H. P. Pafford (on the Army Form X212), granting him 56 days of leave with the effect from 8th December 1945. There is also a letter from The War Office to J. H. P. Pafford, dated 23rd January 1922, informing him that in consequence of the demobilization of the Army, a notification that he relinquishes his commission will be published in the "London Gazette". There is a training programme for Platoon No.10, for the period of 19th - 25th October 1941. There is a handwritten programme of night operations carried out on 17th October 1941 by Platoon No.17.

Person(s): Pafford, J H P,

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