Harrogate Herald - 8th December 1915
W H Breare letter
By the way, you may not be able to locate and
identify Max Stanton Linder, whose name you have seen several times
in the Herald. He is not a Harrogate man, but Canadian, and an
orphan, who is fighting for the old country. He is a friend of Mr
John Bennett and family, whose son, you will remember, won the
DCM. He was wounded and in hospital, some time ago, but is all right
now. Private Charles Bennett is another one of the Bennett
family; quite a while ago he received six shrapnel wounds in the
head, eye, shoulder, and knee. He has recovered long since from his
wounds, but they have left him with rather a bad cough. Another
brother, Archie Bennett, is still in training in England.
Harrogate Herald - 21st July 1915
Information has been received by Mr J Bennett, 19 College
Road, that his son Charles Bennett has been wounded.
Fortunately it is not serious, he having been struck in the chest,
and hopes to be all right again soon.