Fleming Pinkston AWMM
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WWI 667 AWMM
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Second son of Fleming Pinkston O'Reilly of Marrington, Beckenham, Kent.
First joined the Eaton Machine Gun Brigade in January 1915. Commisioned as a Lieutenant in the Canadian Machine Gun Corps 16 January 1916. Promoted to Captain November 1917.
Married Gladys Clara Simms, 28 October 1911 at Marie, Ontario, Canada. Father of William O'Reilly, born 31 October 1912. Source: De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour, 1914-1919, Vol. 5., p.134. AWMM
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Ruvigny et Raineval, M.H.M., Marquis de (2003) De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour, 1914-18. Uckfield, England: Naval & Military Press. AWMM
Vol. 5, p.134 AWMM
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