Film Zulu: Colour Sergeant Bourne: It's a miracle. Lieutenant John Chard: If it's a miracle, Colour Sergeant, it's a short chamber Boxer Henry point 45 caliber miracle. Colour Sergeant Bourne: And a bayonet, sir, with some guts behind it.
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Thanks Kenny I bought a kist at a local antiques fair and inside was a small wooden draw with a broken lock, after eventually opening the medal was found inside. Now to try and trace him to see if there any relatives. Something to do over Xmas
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I regret I do have access to Australian Family History records - however I have found a Richard Wilson Parker (died 7 May 1919), son of Richard Parker (died 1896), buried in Melbourne General Cemetery. May not be your man.