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Lieutenant Jack Bellerby


Harrogate Herald - 22nd August 1917

W H Breare letter

I have had a most interesting call from Sapper Malcolm Bellerby, of New Zealand, who, by the way, is a nephew of Mrs Frederick Mudd. Four of the Bellerby boys joined the Colonial troops at the earliest moment. Sapper Malcolm Bellerby enlisted over two years ago, went to Egypt and has since been in France. He had but seven days' leave. A brother, Lieutenant Jack Bellerby, has recently obtained his commission, and another brother, Wrigley Bellerby, was wounded, discharged and has returned home. The third brother is Mellish Bellerby and the fourth Frank Bellerby now in France. They are all of them fine chaps and it makes one proud to think that we have such young men eager to come to the help of the Motherland.