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    Bihari, UPite and Bengali
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    R1a1a-Z93, R-M560

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    Hi all

    I also found out that two brother-in-laws of Syed Mohammad Sami served in the First World War. One was John Alfred Mateer whose next of kin address is listed in Paddington which is where his sister was from and also where the family would later live after the war which makes it a convincing match. Apparently he was wounded and captured on the Western Front on 5th November 1914. It was a month or so before Syed Mohammad Sami set out to India with his wife and children on the SS Osterley on 18th December 1914 to Colombo then onwards probably to Calcutta where they took a train to Benares, it must have been a stressful time for the family.

    Another brother-in-law was Walter Mateer who served in the First World War with several regiments:

    Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
    Royal Irish Regiment
    Royal Irish Fusiliers
    Army Service Corps
    Last edited by deuterium_1; 11-04-2020 at 09:25 AM.

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