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Royal Warkwickshire Regiment - Two receipts for the return of Army clothing handed in by Private Nelson Carrier. One is for a 'Great Coat and the other is for "1 Shirt, 1 pair Pants, 2 pair of Pants"; also included is a document entitled 'Notice to Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men' listing and detailing Medals and Decorations including the 1914 Bronze Star and the 1914-15 Bronze Star. Private Carrier also served with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and the Oxford and Buckingham Light Infantry but, according to his nephew, he always considered the Royal Berkshire Regiment as "his real home". His nephew therefore wanted Private Carrier's mementos of his service to go to The Royal Berkshire, Gloucester and Wiltshire Museum.

Person(s): Carrier, N A;


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His Demobilisation Account.

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17th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regiment - Various receipts concerning Private Nelson Carrier's Army Bank Account on the occasion of his demobilization in 1919. Private Carrier had also served with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and The Oxford and Buckingham Light Infantry. His nephew stated that his uncle, had always regarded the Royal Berkshire Regiment as "his real home". and therefore he felt that it was most appropiate that this item should be donated to the Regiment's museum.

Person(s): Carrier, N A;


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Royal Warkwickshire Regiment - A letter, dated 8 June 1921, from the Army Record Office to Private Nelson Carrier confirming that he has been sent his British War and Victory Medals for his services with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Private Carrier also served with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and the Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry but according to his nephew he considered the Royal Berkshire Regiment as "his true home" and so his War mementos were sent to the Wardrobe.

Person(s): Carrier, N A;


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Royal Warwickshire Regiment - A paper slip for Private Nelson Carrier stating "Certified that 63008 Private Carrier is free from Vermin, Scabies and Venereal Disease." Private Carrier also served with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and the Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry but according to his nephew regarded the Royal Berkshire Regiment" as his home.

Person(s): Carrier, N A;


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Royal Warwickshire Regiment - A short, typed biography from the nephew of Private Nelson Carrier giving a brief outline of Private Carrier's military career and how he spent the rest of his life. Also included is a typed list of the places visited during the 1st World War entitled 'My March to Germany Started 17th November 1918'.

Person(s): Carrier, N A;


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