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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2015 16:57 pm 
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Hello,

A colleague is researching his grandfathers service record, he has obtained a full copy from the PRO.

In the section that relates to his wounds there is the following:

Part II Order 329/44
Wounded in action Cen.Med (Italy) 30/6/44
AFB 104-91/30/22.1.44 (this could be 22.7.44 or 22.9.44 it is diffcult to clearly identify the middle figure)

What do the bold these entries mean?

Also he embarked on HMT P15 on the 9/11/42. Can anyone give any information about HMT P15 please?

In another document it shows him admitted to 165 LFA. What is that please?

Any assistance gratefully received, many thanks in advance.

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According to a list I have, Army Form B104-91 is "Notification of Casualties to Paymaster", so I'd guess that was the date one of these forms was sent to the paymaster to adjust his pay (probably down).

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Thanks Alistair

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