Great War family group to two brothers, one a Private W.G. Larman, 1st/7th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, Territorial Force, later 13th Service Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, who was present out on the Western Front from 25th July 1915. Larman was...

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Great War family group to two brothers, one a Private W.G. Larman, 1st/7th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, Territorial Force, later 13th Service Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, who was present out on the Western Front from 25th July 1915. Larman was serving with the 13th Service Battalion during the Third Battle of Ypres when he contracted mild myalgia, and was admitted to the 2nd Australian General Hospital at Wimereux on 7th August 1917. His brother, George Larman, saw service during the Great War as a Special Constable with the Police Special Constabulary.

Group of 4: 1914-1915 Star; (2696. PTE. W.G. LARMAN. MIDDX. R.); British War Medal and Victory Medal; (2696 PTE. W.G. LARMAN. MIDD’X R.)

Related: Special Constabulary Long Service Medal, GVR Crowned head bust, with clasp for The Great War 1914-18; (GEORGE LARMAN)

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William George Larman was born in Battersea, London, and as of 1911 was aged 21 and working as a labourer in a colliery, whilst living in Sheffield, Yorkshire. Larman saw service during the Great War as a Private (No.2696 later No.200600) with the 1st/7th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, Territorial Force, and was present out on the Western Front from 25th July 1915. Larman later served with the 13th Service Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, and having contracted mild myalgia whilst involved in the Third Battle of Ypres, was admitted to the 2nd Australian General Hospital at Wimereux on 7th August 1917. Larman is believed to have had a brother, George Larman, who saw service during the Great War as a Special Constable with the Police Special Constabulary