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Can you help decipher this handwriting please? 1 month 2 weeks ago #65108

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MASON
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Can you help decipher this handwriting please? 1 month 2 weeks ago #65109

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Looks feasible. I would not have identified that. Many thanks, Rory.
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Can you help decipher this handwriting please? 1 month 1 week ago #65310

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I'm on the final stretch for Wepener attestation papers but they are still proving challenging at times. Here is today's poser:



Spirit vendor?
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Can you help decipher this handwriting please? 1 month 4 days ago #65354

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I have been looking at the service papers for William Gorse for a while now but I cannot read these distinctive marks comments.



The best I can make out is:

'Cicatur proud/pronounced on left temple
in right
left hips'

'Cicatur' is more clear but I cannot find any meaning for this word.
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