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Merton Girl’s Marriage – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2590 · Date: 5 July 1918 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Soldier charged with bigamy

A Merton Officer – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2606 · Date: 25 October 1918 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Report of a fatality

A mystery of drink – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2569 · Date: 8 February 1918 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Munition worker accused of drunkenness during air raid

Fought the Sergeant – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2390 · Date: 4 September 1914 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Case against a man adjourned so the he could enlist

Evading the Censor ? An Intercepted Letter and a £50 Fine – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2521 · Date: 9 March 1917 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Fined for attempting to send letter abroad other than through the post

Mitcham – Absent From The Army – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2491 · Date: 11 August 1916 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Fined for failure to report for duty at the proper time

Tooting and Epsom Road, Merton: 7 leasehold houses each consisting of 2 bedrooms

Identifier: SP/3646 · Date: 18 Mar 1846 · Author: Surrey History Centre Sale Particulars

Building ground near the Double Turnpike Gate at Merton, fronting the high road from Epsom to London

Identifier: SP/20/87 · Date: 6 Dec 1827 · Author: Surrey History Centre Sale Particulars

Latest War Casualties – Non Commissioned Officers and Men – Killed – R.F.A – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2502 · Date: 27 October 1916 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

W.A Godwin Killed

Latest Casualties, Friday Oct. 27th – Wounded – Epsom Advertiser

Identifier: 2502 · Date: 27 October 1916 · Author: Surrey World War I Newspaper Indexes (1914-22)

Soldiers from London Regiment Wounded