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Soldiers of the Regiment

Lance Corporal Alfred John Ling

Lance Corporal Alfred John Ling, number 26816, 7th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Killed in action 22nd September 1917.
Born Bethnal Green, enlisted Shoreditch. Listed on the Bethnal Green Memorial.
 

 

 
British War and Allied Victory Medals to Lance Corporal Alfred John Ling, number 26816, 7th Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Accession Numbers: KO3050/01 & KO 3050/02


Memorial Plaque for Lance Corporal Alfred John Ling, number 26816, 7th Battalion, King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, killed in action 22nd September 1917.
Accession Number: KO3050/03


bulletSchool Board of London Attendance Medal – 1895.  The Queen Victoria Medal, 1887. Awarded to A Ling for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended AD1895.  White metal medal with clasp, 1895.
Accession Number: KO3050/04
bulletSchool Board of London Attendance Medal – 1897.  The Queen Victoria Medal, 1887. Awarded to A Ling for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended AD1897.  White metal medal with clasp, 1897.
Accession Number: KO3050/05
bulletSchool Board of London Attendance Medal – 1898. The Queen Victoria Medal, 1897. Awarded to A Ling for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended AD1898 And three previous years.
Bronze with clasp 1897. Made by Spink & Son, London.
Accession Number: KO3050/06
bulletSchool Board of London Attendance Medal – 1899.  The Queen Victoria Medal, 1899. Awarded to A Ling for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended AD1899 And three previous years.
Bronze with clasp 1899. Made by Spink & Son, London.
Accession Number: KO3050/07
bulletSchool Board of London Attendance Medal – 1900.  The Queen Victoria Medal, 1900. Awarded to A Ling for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended AD1900 And four previous years.
Bronze with clasp 1900. Made by Spink & Son, London.
Accession Number: KO3050/08
bulletSchool Board of London Attendance Medal – 1901.  The Queen Victoria Medal, 1897. Awarded to A Ling for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended AD1901 And five previous years.
Bronze with clasp 1901. Made by Spink & Son, London.
Accession Number: KO3050/09
bulletSchool Board of London Attendance Medal – 1903.  King Edward VII Medal 1902. Awarded to A Ling for punctual attendance every time the school was opened during the school year ended AD1903. And six previous years.
Gilded Bronze with clasp 1903. Made by Spink & Son, London.
Accession Number: KO3050/10


Alfred John Ling, prior to Military Service.
Photograph by Victor Beadel, New Gimes Studio, (The largest studio in the East End) 142 Bridge Street, Mile End, Bow, London.
Accession Number: KO3050/11


Private Alfred John Ling, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, on the left, and another unidentified soldier, with bell tent to the rear.
Photograph by J M Flatan, 88 Ley Street, Ilford.
Accession Number: KO3050/12


Letter to Mrs R s Hoddy, (widow of Alfred John Ling) regarding the issue of his British War and Allied Victory Medals.
Accession Number: KO3050/13


War Graves Commission, Memorial Registers 29-30. Introduction to the Registers of The Ypres (Menin Gate) and Tyne cot, Passchendaele, Memorials, Belgium, 1927.
Accession Number: KO3050/14


War Graves Commission, Memorial Registers 30 Part XIV. Memorials to the Soldiers of the Empire who fell in Flanders during the Great War and Have No Known Gravs. The Tyne Cot Memorial, Passchendaele, Beligum. Part Fourteen, Soldiers from the United Kingdom, Libretto-McNicol.
Accession Number: KO3050/15

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