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In addition to the Burnt Records another collection of soldier's records is available. These are duplicate records held by the Ministry of Pensions in connection with claims for and payments of pensions and gratuities. They cover another 10% or so soldiers and are in a much better condition than the Burnt Records. There are no surviving for RUDERHAM or RUDRAM records. Not surprisingly they have come ot be known as the Unburnt Records and are availalbe at the TNA in class WO364. The amount of family information available is highly variable. An extended summary of the information is available by clicking on the bullet in the first column and you may well be able to learn more by studying the original records.
|Robert Christopher RUDRUM||2nd Garrison Btn, Suffolk Regt||Pte||30390|
|Frederick Arthur RUDRUM||11th London Regt||Rifleman||4261|
|Arthur RUDRUM||Grenadier Guards||Guardsman||34304|
|Harry RUDDERHAM||Essex Regiment||Pte||28692|
|Joseph RUDDERHAM||Lab Corps||Pte||655454|