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ROYAL LIVER MONUMENT PLACE COMFORT FUND COMMITTEE
Thanks to a Sheila Nash this website is able to display details of a Sgt Albert Edward Nash Jr. who was awarded a silver cigarette case by the Royal Liver Monument Place Comfort Fund Committee.The Inscription reads--- "for offering his life for his God, King and Country in the Great War 1914-18"Sgt. Nash was a teacher before the war and returned to teaching after his return.Sgt. Nash sent his wife to be, a postcard from the front and here are the details.Message reads- "Camp. Sunday. Here we are again. But we have been nearly crashed away since this was taken. I dare not put on a P.C. what I should like to say about the weather. Bert" The address reads "Miss A Bourne, 20 Kirk St. Kirkdale, Liverpool".The family moved to 27 Broadway, Greasby, Wirral after the war and Sgt Nash died in 1961. His widow died a few years later.Should anybody have any information about this fund and possibly details of others who received similar items please let us know via the contact us screen.
Albert Edward Nash son of Sgt Nash
Sgt Nash with his son Albert Edward
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