Joey stated that
On one side the inscription reads ORL then what could be an F or an E then a T. KELLY under that there is a 116.
On the reverse its just numbers 14472*0 the star is unreadable
My husband and I think that could be a stamp or insignia between ORL and T. Kelly and not a letter. We also think it is an American soldier's dog tag.
But just to cover all bases, I had a look in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) online database because it is searchable by the soldier's number but there is no T. Kelly with a number starting with 14472. I then searched U.K. WW1 records on Ancestry.com because they are also searchable by soldier number but that was a miss.
Unfortunately the American WW1 soldier draft records on Ancestry.com are not searchable by the soldier's number. I did find a Jonathan Ernest Kelly living in Wheaton Missouri at the time of his enlistment but could not spot a T. Kelly.
So we need my wonderful readers to pitch in and help find the soldier who lost this dog tag. You've solved 13 cases of the 17 posted previous to T. Kelly so I have no doubts you can work your genealogy sleuthing magic again!
Please either post your findings here as a comment or send them to me privately at olivetreegenealogy AT gmail DOT com Remember to not put any information about living individuals in your comments, any contact addresses or phone numbers for descendants of T. Kelly should be sent in private email.