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Sapper Jackson Ewbank

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 20th January 1915

Photo - Sapper Jackson Ewbank, Royal Engineers, of Birstwith, is well-known in Nidderdale district. He received a wound in his arm, and was in hospital at Rouen. He has gone back again to the trenches, having been discharged from the hospital as medically fit.

 

Harrogate Herald - 20th January 1915

Sapper Ewbank, of Birstwith, is well-known in the Nidderdale district. He was on reserve and one of the first to answer his country's call, and left for active service with the first detachment of the Expeditionary Force. He has seen much fighting and received a wound in the arm, and was in hospital at Rouen. From Rouen he was transferred to the base hospital at Havre. From a letter received from him last week, he said he was going back again into the trenches, having been discharged from the hospital as medically fit.

 

Claro Times - 23rd January 1915

Sapper Jackson Ewbank, of the Royal Engineers, and who is well known in Nidderdale, was wounded a short time ago in his arm. He was sent to a hospital at Rouen, and from there transferred to the base hospital at Havre. He has now been discharged from the hospital, and in a letter received last week states he is going back to the trenches. He was on the reserve, and was called up at the beginning of the war.

 

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