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Harry Blackburn


Harrogate Herald - 1st August 1917

W H Breare letter

Bugler W Kendall, of the KRR, son of Mr & Mrs W Kendall, 1 Avenue Terrace, Bilton, has been invalided home with shell shock and trench fever. He is at Gosforth Hospital, Newcastle. He came in to see me the other day. His father is employed at the Royal Baths. Kendall had four days leave from hospital. He wishes to be remembered to Robert Wardman, also to Fred Joseph if he has got up the line again, and Harry Blackburn. Will Fred Joseph write to Kendall! Kendall met C Rowley, ASC, who used to drive for Standing's. When charging over he came across Sergeant Robinson, Corporal Bilton, Halliwell, Mayfield Grove, all of the Beechwood Boys.