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Those Who Came After The Original 500

L/Cpl Frederick Michael Riggs  Regt # 1059
Donated by Frederick Bailey


L/Cpl Riggs served 3 years, 147 days. He was wounded at Gallipoli (shell splinter right leg) and in France. He answered to roll call at the Somme after the first day. He lost the last finger and attached knuckle on his left hand. He died in March 1963 at Oswego, New York, USA.

Group Signals 3rd Company
L/Cpl Riggs is the first man kneeling on the left

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