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Elizabeth Mary Hill (1849 - 1941)

Elizabeth's son, George Jones was killed in action in France during World War I. Before they knew he was killed, he had been reported as missing on 19 July 1916. Elizabeth had a number of communications with the military by both herself and her daughter, Eva Jane Adie. The following is the significant communications between Elizabeth and the military.

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17 September 1916 : Letter from Elizabeth requesting any further information about George who was missing.

Elizabeth is granted a pension of 2 per fortnight commencing 5 November 1916

Elizabeth requests George's possessions. Received by the military on 11 November 1918

Elizabeth advises the military that she is George's Next-of-Kin and that his father has been dead for some 24 years.
Received by them on 29 September 1920

13 July 1921 : Letter from Military advising Elizabeth that they do not know where George is buried.

25 October 1921 : Elizabeth signs for George's Memorial Scroll

1 November 1922 : Elizabeth signs for George's Memorial Plaque No. 329100

4 February 1923 : Elizabeth signs for George's Victory Medal

Updated : 4 Aug 2015