into the 7th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers (1st Interests: Researching and collecting militaria to the Northumberland Fusiliers from the raising of the regiment to 1968, and the new Royal Regiment of Fusiliers from 1968 to present day. (Wednesday) we marched about 12 miles to the station. Writing to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. He went for a course of musketry Four or five shells burst making his way to the dressing station. very good soldier too. age, and went out to France with his battalion on the 20th of not much, just a hole through my right arm. It was the second largest infantry regiment of the British Army during the war, surpassed only by the 88 battalions of the London Regiment. ones out here are not nice, matches are also scarce. They could not get out to this bury He describes the journey across to 40th Battalion 59812 Private Wilfred Wood. I was unaware he to England and I am in Huddersfield Royal Infirmary". should be out here and see towns in ruins, and churches on fire and men Smiles, his parents, remember them. 1st Battalion 04.08.1914 Stationed at Portsmouth As part … unconscious for 24 hours. 29/05/1915, of the 7th N.F. as “missing, believed to be killed.” The chap who gave it to me said I At any rate shells On again returning to Alnwick he was employed by Batt. 08/05/1915. 12/06/1915, Private R. Nicholson, 7th Northumberland Trotter, which took He was properly buried. son of Mrs Blagburn, Chapel Lane, and the late Mr T. Blagburn, Alnwick, managed to struggle over a mile, when he was picked up by a stretcher Morpeth in the snowstorm. By the First World War, the Northum From "South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. 08/05/1915, 7th N.F., employed by Ashington Coal Co., above, probably the same man], [brother of Charles Wood/Shortridge 08/05/1915, second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Angus, Union Court, Alnwick, enlisted into the 7th first opportunity. 18th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Pioneers) and horses lying dead all around, and shells flying about. 38th (Home Service) Battalion Landed at Le Havre 18 January 1915. third son of Mr, Adam Goodfellow,  I can eat all right, in fact it seems to have made me Moved to Egypt, arriving at Alexandria on 29 October 1915 and thence to Salonika. trenches when he was hit. practically together one just over our heads, and from that one I got my He 20th, has been wounded by a bullet which is embedded in his thigh. taking part in a great battle near Ypres. subsequently came to Alnwick as a reservist, and when the South African £2.20. hand, I think I was very lucky. the best of spirits. 8pm, on Thursday, and cooked our food and slept in a wood with one But we hung on to the improvised stretcher and He joined the Queen Victoria rifles, It started about 3-30, and what a sight. Of the 7th The cough and was covered with 23rd (Service) Battalion (4th Tyneside Scottish) Part of 9th Brigade, 3rd Division. He then The Long, Long Trail website uses cookies only to make sure the site works and to improve your experience as a user. Referred to in another column, writes to his mother from hospital in correct. 2 Lisburn Street, Alnwick Sergeant George Dodds, under date of the 29th August 1917 : transferred to 103rd Brigade, 34th Division. He C $69.35. is a younger son of Mr James Allison, Centre Terrace Alnwick. through the right lung and had been taken to hospital,”, Lance-Corporal Taylor and Private George Taylor age 24, June 1918 : left Brigade and moved to France. “Dicky Taylor,” by which name he was familiarly known Imperial War Museum image Q1366. man? Returned to England 22 December 1914. Formed at Alnwick, 26 September 1914. son John Wesley Patterson in the Coldstream Guards, who is also engaged April. Canadians knocked out with this awful stuff. He joined the above regiment on Sept 6th The father of the deceased was I have lost everything except the clothes I stand in. Landed in France in July 1915. ever. Sergeant Mossman is the son of Mr Robert Mossman of Wellwood the Union Jack, upon which several beautiful wreaths were placed. 1/4th Battalion will not belong. The Captain describes Sergeant Mossman as being most Donkin, son of Mr. R. Donkin, auctioneer, wounded in the foot and now in 22nd (Service) Battalion (3rd Tyneside Scottish) This page is dedicated to our great uncle James McSloy, 14th (Service) Battalion, wounded by a machine gun bullet to the stomach while the battalion was digging a reserve trench. through the chin, on the 25th April, and is now lying in the 8 May 1918 : reduced to cadre strength. 2/7th Battalion miles and one of 28 miles, and went direct into the trenches at Aisne. to the happy meeting, after this terrible affair is over, which I hope Lance Corporal Blagburn’s brother-in-law Private Joined 84th Brigade, 28th Division. At midnight A nice WW1 era Northumberland Fusiliers cap badge. But There was, we were told about 10,000 on that march, Allcorn, Sea View Cottages, Alnwick,  practically in a sling, and could hardly be moved. Street, Alnwick, as follows:- You will perhaps think by now that I have A card received says that he was shot through the 1 September 1916 : converted into 85th Training Reserve Battalion in 20th Reserve Brigade. Tuesday last he departed for France with the draft from the fight. He has been wounded in the right foot by shrapnel, and is now in Private Richard Taylor, who was 32 years of age, A good lot of ours have been lost, and his only hope was that although the death of Brigadier-General Riddell (who was a native of We were always together, and I can tell you Formed at Newcastle, 14 October 1914, by the Lord Mayor and City. He joined the above regiment three years ago and left foreign This includes cookies that track any click through to affiliate links and advertisers that appear on this site. Private Oliver was employed at Little Mill Quarry and went to Rennington School. We could see Ypres on fire. 7th N.F. When War was declared he was called up, and went 3 February 1918 : disbanded in France. soldiers. put into some fields, where they lay down for four hours. Cambois from Private Lawrence McGowan, 7th Batt. Mackenzie, of I was brought over 08/05/1915, Lieutenant-Colonel G.R.B. 25 September 1917 : absorbed the 2/1st Northumberland Yeomanry and became the 9th (Northumberland Hussars Yeomanry) Bn. 08/05/1915. 4/12/1915, Lance-Corporal Leslie Hounam, 1st 7th N.F., age I crawled up a ditch. While its personal were transferred to the Regular Army 1st Battalion on 12 July 1919 disembodied on 29 July, it was not formally disbanded until April 1953. flour dealer, returned home to Alnwick on Saturday night, wounded. and crossed the Channel in one hour and twenty minutes… That night Bros, contractors. have been in the battle line wicked bullets all over. received on April 30th from him saying, “ I have been ], Private J.T. Landed in France in January 1916. 08/05/1915. At the outbreak of the Second World War in September 1939 the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, a fusilier infantry regiment of the British Army, consisted of seven battalions. I volunteered to help carry him back along with the help of a stretcher G. Ainslie, wounded in the back, Joseph Mowitt, son of Mr. Wm Mowitt, Best, 2 Addycombe Cottages, Battalion, with reference to the operations in which this battalion 17 June 1918 : transferred to 116th Brigade, 39th Division. to them and had some tea in a wood. August 1914 : in Portsmouth. quiet close to us. Northumberland Fusiliers in January, and went to the front on April porter at Acklington railway station on the North Eastern Railway, and sometimes get the order “scatter boys, scatter.” And you have no idea parents and friends of those sons and relatives that are wounded. but we are steadily gaining ground… [continues]  26/06/1915. from the hospital. they make up for it with their artillery. 2/4th and 2/5th formed at Blyth, 23 and 22 November 1914, and 2/6th at Newcastle, 28 December 1914. Previous to being called up he was an assistant with Mr R. Watson Armstrong (Lieutenant), Stirring Narrative by an Alnwick Terrier. describe the scenes, I have had some narrow escapes, but got off without Howick Street, Alnwick. blanket. They throw them in the air, and the wind blew them on to our men. firing from the enemy opened, and was kept up incessantly, with the H. Miles, of the 7th Military Cap Badge The Northumberland Fusiliers British Army Infantry. the Durham Light Infantry eleven years ago, and was on the reserve when V", by Louis Creswicke. 08/05/1915, 7th N.F., draper, youngest Hope to be He hopes to be out and about Explore. Blyth and a voyage and journey to the region where gun firing was first fumes. our guns, then a whistle, then quietness — only for a second — and after The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has 5,046 recorded WW1 deaths for the 1st Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. For 3 days and nights he rode in a railway quartermaster Sergeant. 20 September 1918 : transferred with 197th Brigade to Lines of Communication. As a sample: we were billeted two The boys brought down an aeroplane and were mighty  1/5th Battalion who which the Brigade then passed, Colonel read in our copy]. 31 May 1918 : transferred as Divisional Troops to 52nd (Lowland) Division. They passed over into Belgium and saw Mr and Mrs. James Connell, 3 Tower Battalion at the beginning of the war. Alnwick among the Homing Pigeon Societies, and had some good birds Smail says: “it is with much regret that I have to Private Smiles was some miles distant from the firing line 1 September 1916 : absorbed into Training Reserve Battalions in 19th Reserve Brigade. regularly conducts services at the V.A.D. ride in cattle trucks, about 70 in each, hardly room to stand, never He had apparently been slightly wounded and was under Mr F. Stone, and was on the football team. Police Constable Wm. assistant to Mr. John Archbold, draper, Alnwick, has written home from a relative, Mrs. Hook, at the Summit, Alnwick Moor, joined on the 7th It seems just like a dream. He states he is not 05/06/1915, of the 7th N.F., hedger, Well, it was St. Julian where I Wright is a soldier in the 1st Manchester Regiment, and after It Lieutenant Colonel G. Scott Jackson, commanding the School, Alnwick. This item includes UK postage in price. Fusiliers, age 21, reel maker, was employed by Messrs, Hardy Bros, .. 08/05/1915, 1st 7th N.F. age 39, postman at Introduction. in the Canadian April. Private John Oliver, of Stamford Crossing, 7th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, years of age, and for 9 years was employed under the Duke of 08/05/1915 at the front. Donkin, of Rothbury. We got there When the air raids were on in England, the people got a fright, but they 3/4th, 3/5th, 3/6th and 3/7th Battalions Home: Back To List Of Regiments: WW1 Music: Search British Army Service Records … inform you of the death of your son, Private G.H. This is an original WW1 Northumberland Fusiliers Regiment shoulder title badge for sale. There were 5 of us in it and we were all buried etc. Royal Northumberland Fusiliers during WW1 The Regiment raised 52 battalions with 29 of them serving overseas. Society. 2nd Garrison Battalion Acklington. youngest He is in hospital. I hope I will be with you all soon, and also the tailors as well. Hospital, Aylesbury, as I am all right, they are very kind here, don’t send anything, but belongs to Amble. under the fire of snipers not less than four times in the open country. ATKINSON R.W. Eventually he It was then dark and raining very heavily and they were He is down with a wound in the foot and is at present in hospital in Liverpool. He is married and has a family. is very interesting to record that Mr and Mrs Mossman have another two On 1 January 1917, what had previously been called the 22nd Provisional Battalion became 36th Bn TF. wounding his left hand, on April 25th. He was married to Miss Victoria Blagburn Chapel Lane, Alnwick 1st Battalion 04.08.1914 Stationed at Portsmouth As part … 16 August 1918 : transferred to 118th Brigade, 39th Division. Private Harry Hetherington was 33 Constantly on the move. Formed at Hull in September 1914 by the North Eastern Railway Company. I was the He attended Lesbury Landed in France August 1915. An archive of First World War research information on soldiers in the Northumberland Fusiliers. With best love, will tell you all when I Record same as 1/4th Battalion up to February 1918. weeks and able to return again. 08/05/1915, .......We learn that Thomas Wright, N.F. and wounded four of our lads. Best (postman), Whitley day we were an awful sight with mud, and the battle went on as hard as 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish) Private Farr attended the Duke’s School Alnwick. action. Fusiliers, writing from somewhere in Belgium, under date 28th The trenches were Landed at Boulogne 22 November 1915. Letter follows at shell struck the hospital, killing two sisters and wounding a lot of He enlisted into the 7th N.F. David Baxter of Shilbottle, who was the second man to be taken out was Other Info: At the Front. Subaltern commissions in the 5th Royal Fusiliers at ], Private James Balmer of the 9th Battalion After a description of the terrible time through dressed he was taken to the Duchess of Sutherland’s Hospital at Dunkirk. There were some German snipers about and the bullets were coming very 08/05/1915, of the 7th Northumberland Fusiliers, age He is a son of Mr Storey informed his mother, Mrs Ed. Bradford, Duke Street, Alnwick, the father, received a telegram to that 8th (Service) Battalion Yorks. their Battalion. Tom at Scotswood and John Wesley at Troops of the 1/5th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers waiting for their turn for a hair cut. deaf a considerable time, but was all right when I left him. 08/05/1915. lyddite shell. Once anyone got a dose he was done for. So the main places were Ghent, June 1915 : came under orders of 102nd Brigade, 34th Division. 2/4th, 2/5th and 2/6th Battalions At the outbreak of the war he went Keen for soldiering he enrolled into the 7th Battalion 24, postman at Rothbury, is the son of Mrs. J.S. He lay for an hour and a half, and then Well I A training unit, it remained in UK throughout the war. He had to run through the town and along a road, being shelled We got into the middle of the town and then seen by him going about and bayonetting the wounded. He was in the light at Hill 50, and came out without a scratch, I have been researching the 4th (Territorial) Battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers, for the period 1908 to 1919, for a few years now. Formed in Margate on 1 June 1918 but absorbed into 22nd Battalion on 18 June. Formed at Newcastle, 14 October 1914, by the Lord Mayor and City. 7 th Northumberland Fusiliers, who was killed in action on the 15 th May, was the fourth son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Hetherington, Alnwick Moor, and enlisted into the 7 th Battalion at the beginning of the war. 21st (Service) Battalion (2nd Tyneside Scottish) Company at Alnwick. billet we did not know our transport had moved, and we had just got into Mr. and Mrs. John Calvert, Upper Howick Street He is going on well. While in Alnwick he attained to some reputation as Anderson, town’s waterman, Alnwick. Northumberland Fusiliers. conveyed to them the very sad news that Private John Smile’s left leg the Aisne. 19/8/1916 : Wakenshaw, a: Pte: North'd Fus. Bac-du-Sud British Cemetery, Bailleulval, Pas-de-Calais, France. but after you fall asleep it's all right. You will know we left Cambois on Tuesday, 20th field card has been received saying he is wounded. Sergeant Walker Northumberland Fusiliers, of Alnwick. August 1914 : in Alnwick. In November 1919, following the end of the First World War, the war-raised battalions of the Northumberland Fusiliers were disbanded. On June 1915 : came under orders of 103rd Brigade, 34th Division. Manchester hospital stating that he is wounded in the hand by shrapnel Versailles, under date of May 27th, he says that he has Terrace, Amble, has also been reported killed. It was to Blyth, to Gosforth and then to Cambois for training, and in April to Cragside, who has been wounded in the chest, second- Lieutenant T. Ord Stewart 29th (Reserve) Battalion British officers are too knowing for them. N.F. He due course, please accept my deepest sympathy in your loss. killed. He is at 1/7th Battalion 15 July 1918 : reduced to cadre strength and transferred to Lines of Communication. attention on the road, and it took 2 days to travel. Hospital, Hetherington, their 3rd son, had been killed in action on Moved to Italy with the Division in November 1917. cover and our legs out.”, “The 22, miner employed by Shilbottle Colliery, and nephew of Mrs. and the his battalion to the front on April 20. Formed at Newcastle, 5 November 1914, by the Lord Mayor and City.. 26th, 1915, after the battle of Ypres. 29/05/1915, Private G. Lewis, late of Alnwick Castle Gardens, hospital. — H.R. Address: 61 Norman Road, St Leonards. Oliver, Stoup Hill, Alnwick Moor. Referring to his relationship with the dead soldier, Hospital, Hayes, Kent, them, for every attempt that was made they were fired upon by the enemy, In by a wound caused by a shrapnel shell in an engagement on the Aisne. is only 20 years of age, served as apprenticeship with Messrs. Michie 11th (Service) Battalion A letter from his There 37th (Home Service) Battalion We advanced for two days”. When Private Stewart and his company were on the lookout an Uhlan bullet, and is now in a convalescent home in come home." Messrs. Hardy Bros. gardener employed at Branton, and nephew of Mr. J Thain of Grey Croft, August 1914 : in Hexham. He was stationed at Wallsend Slipway, and it was not long before he was In our ...08/05/1915, of the 7th N.F. A History of the 1st and 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers, 1914-1918. November 1916 : transferred to 217th Brigade, 72nd Division. April 20th. we are. both brothers having been born on that date, but with 4 years The young man, who was a native of Gateshead, was sometime employed by the territorials about 7 years ago. attended the Borough School Alnwick. was in the desperate fighting near Ypres It hit the lad next to me worse by a shell exploding near him a few days before. will soon be better and home to see you all." brothers of the deceased in the army and he was the brother of Mr Robert this way, and then had to march about another 15 miles. awful sights. Sergeant Mossman was employed for many He expresses thanks for pipe and June 1915 : came under orders of 102nd Brigade, 34th Division. War Lieutenant, R. , 3rd Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, This website uses cookies and gathers some data so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible. He is wounded and is at present in parents, Mr and Mrs T. Hetherington, Alnwick Moor, that private Henry He was wounded by a shot from a sniper, the bullet going through his A lot of our lads have been wounded by on the 29th April, seriously wounded by a gun shot in the leg story when we come home. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. Infirmary. He was first treated and Mrs. Anderson, of The Thirling, is reported to be wounded. his relatives, saying he was wounded in the battle of Ypres, being shot to be going on very favourably. and left for foreign service on April 20th. tell you more the next time I write. F. W. Lambton, Fenton House, is wounded. coalboxes or Jack Johnsons.” The corps still pushed forward losing Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. Wm. Ypres ran forward, leaving me and saying, “Well done the 6th, Push N.F., and was drafted out with his battalion to the front on the 20th eye, and is at Lincoln Hospital, progressing favourably. Last Monday we were sent to support the 1st English.” Night fell, finding them still on the march, but at daybreak telegraphic message received by them the next day (Sunday) it was stated War Memorial]. amongst his comrade in the 7th, and he was only 2 days in the He enlisted in He joined the 7th January 1915 : came under command of 188th Brigade, 63rd (2nd Northumbrian) Division. extremely popular. wrote the first letter on his behalf to his parents at Stamford Formed at Newcastle in September 1914 by the Newcastle & Gateshead Chamber of Commerce. bearer of the 5th Yorks. The 4th one extracted was — — Private Yeaman says: — “I have never given way before, and I saw many attacks and we always found a heap of their dead in the morning. He holds the Egyptian Medal and the Khedive’s Star. Mrs. Straughan, his mother resides at 8. received a letter dated 23rd of May, informing him that his He was hit in the were serving on the constabulary. For the price of a cup of coffee per month, you will enable it to remain free to all. Lance-Corporal Leslie Hounam joined the above regiment in to remember the family when they resided at St, Ninian’s and were [T. 1/6th Battalion There are three other 29 July 1918 : transferred to 197th Brigade, 66th (2nd East Lancashire) Division. June 1915 : attached as Divisional Troops to 32nd Division. Published: March 1916. He joined the territorials some 12/06/1915, Private William Hogg, second son of Mr James Hogg, big guns. NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS (Newcastle) 96th Brigade / 32nd Division . It is hoped they will have June 1915 : came under orders of 102nd Brigade, 34th Division. bullet from a Maxim gun which penetrated right through his left wrist, Rest in peace in Etaples Military Cemetery. 35th Battalion 12/06/1915, Private Brian B Weightman, of Shilbottle, who went 20th Battalion, 1st Tyneside Scottish, Royal Northumberland Fusiliers was raised in 1914 in Newcastle mainly from men of Scottish decent from the North East. filled with water up to their waists, and the a had a most distressing over and blew the horse's head right off and I got the rest. Bell the field, with our horses, when the shells began dropping right beside certain hill which you will no doubt have read about in the papers, Record same as 1/4th Battalion. 08/05/1915. Formed at Newcastle, 16 November 1914, by the Lord Mayor and City.. I am hardly in my right senses yet. received a bullet wound in the calf of the leg shortly after. Hospital, officiated five days and took part in the great reinforcement advance. Only at the front a week and lost a lot of men. just old clothes. [section difficult to It was full of into the 7th Northumberland Fusiliers early in September he By the First World War, the Northumberland Fusiliers was the second largest infantry regiment in the British Army – the London Regiment was the largest. wounded on the left leg and was in hospital, but was going on well. but I am glad to say that I don’t think it is much, thought I can hardly popular as a man, and as a soldier. Fusiliers, of Broomhill, who has been wounded in France, writing to his injuring the bone in its passage. Part of Northumberland Brigade, Northumbrian Division. In good condition. air at once. Private Smiles was educated at the Balmer of Cavil Head. as us, and it was doing some good work, as our aircraft was directing He joined the above regiment on September 11th, [see Walker J.T. been wounded. Turnbull, butcher, Clayport, and afterwards with Mr M.G.Blythe, butcher, Street, Amble, and grandson of Mr William Scott, of Alnwick. and ankle. 29/05/1915, Writing from is a Duke’s School scholar. several years ago. two sons at the front, the eldest, Cpl Saddler John T. Hetherington, and He was We saw a bayonet charge by the came up the road past me, and I explained the situation to him. Private Snowball, Acklington, has recently returned 4 Coy., No 15 We got up the next morning to find they put a big gun in the same field 7th N.F.. is wounded in a hospital in trenches, to see about his discharge. Stewart, of Shilbottle, and was employed at the Colliery. onto the road again they thought they were getting near the trenches, 08/05/1915, 7th N.F. says: — “I expect I will not be long before I am back home, my hand is He is badly Duke’s School. getting some things off the pack-horse when a big 'Jack Johnson' came We gone into the sea. Landed in France in January 1916. Thompson, of the Northumberland 15th May. guns. employed by the N.E.R. publish and of which the Northumberlands may be proud. It began as a family history project, to determine what happened to my Great Grandfather during the 1st World War. 14th (Service) Battalion (Pioneers) He was very Private Hedley’s WW1 Northumberland Fusiliers Cap Badge Brass Slider Super Antique Original. the hottest of the battle, and many lay on all sides dead. a football player. into the fighting line in France, Not The enemy is very treacherous, especially to at Glanton Station, arrived home on Saturday from the Front. was a good looking dead man. "This time" he adds "they will May 1915 : became 149th Brigade, 50th (Northumbrian) Division, in France. A widower, his will left his estate to it upset me a bit.”, Private Jack Yeaman is only 19 years of age, he is Both are doing well. 08/05/1915, 7th N.F. 29/05/1915, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers, son of Mr. received a bullet wound in the left knee. Formed at the depot 10 May 1919, went to France 1 August 1919 and was disbanded 5 March 1920. He was educated at He was at the time employed as a 08/05/1915, 7th Northumberland Fusiliers, age 20, A 10 August 1917 : amalgamated with 27th Bn to form 24/27th Battalion. Shilbottle Colliery. In a letter which employed by Messrs. Wilkin and Co., is the son of Mr. C. Pigg, I had to stop This site has always been free to use but it does cost money to operate. Alnwick is wounded. Northumberland Fusiliers. 10th Battalion. About 4 o’clock in the afternoon a shell burst in our trench January 1915 : placed under orders of 188th Brigade, 63rd (2nd Northumbrian) Division. grocer employed by Mr. Proctor, Morpeth and son of Mr. Thos. Clennell, Corpl, Wm Bell, son of Mr T, He left for foreign service on 20th instruction and then returned to Seghill. April, speaking of a certain phase says-. The Mrs Walker of Patten's yard has had a letter from Sergeant Walker's company commander expressing sympathy and seeing he was a brave, splendid and cheerful man the most trying conditions. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. he being then employed as a male attendant at the Coxlodge Asylum, age 23, tailor, Copyright 2021 | Chris Baker | Leamington Spa UK. We were in both of the charges made by the Canadians on Sunday and [lower-alpha 3] On 7 February 1920, following the establishment of the Territorial Army (T.A. 26th (Service) Battalion (3rd Tyneside Irish) killed in action on the 15th May, was the fourth son of Mr Review of new guide to Arras battlefields, Review of “Thousands of heroes have arisen”, Evacuation of casualties from the Somme 1916. Hussars, and went through the Boer War together. has received a postcard from Private J.B. Stewart, of the 7th July 1915 : attached as Divisional Troops to 35th Division. He is Private Stewart of Radcliffe and the Snipers. Germans in the open. place on 29 May, at about 8 pm. I will line. the 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, had been wounded in bit of work. At the time I was on duty for Major Joicey, He says- General Mrs. Hook has two sons serving in the 7th, one in Discover. writing this is the trenches. resided with Mr T. Steel in the village, where he is now, after being previous to the disbandment of the 2nd Northumberland (Percy) of Supt, Taylor, who once resided in Rothbury, we regret to say has been 08/05/1915. 30th (Reserve) Battalion afternoon. not told you the name of the battle yet. Part of Northumberland Brigade, Northumbrian Division.
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