A unique name Great War Memorial Plaque, issued in memory of John Duncan Paulin, a Colour Sergeant with the Border Regiment, who having transferred to the 597th Home Service Employment Company, Labour Corps, died at home on 12th February 1919.

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A unique name Great War Memorial Plaque, issued in memory of John Duncan Paulin, a Colour Sergeant with the Border Regiment, who having transferred to the 597th Home Service Employment Company, Labour Corps, died at home on 12th February 1919.
Great War Memorial Plaque, named to; (JOHN DUNCAN PAULIN), housed in a replacement protective card packet.
Condition: Good Very Fine.
John Duncan Paulin saw service during the Great War as a Colour Sergeant (No.7853) with the Border Regiment, and was then transferred as a Colour Sergeant (No.152753) to the 597th Home Service Employment Company, Labour Corps, when he died at home on 12th February 1919, being buried in Frome (Christ Church) Churchyard. Aged 34 at the time of his death, Paulin was the son of John and Jane Paulin, of 38 Andrew Street, Walton, Liverpool, and husband of Ethel May Paulin, of 23 Victoria Road, Frome, Somerset.