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Second Lieutenant J Fell

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 4th April 1917

Sergeant J Fell writes : 

I am getting along A1, and our recent advance has been an inspiration, to us all. We hope to keep "toddling along", and am looking forward to a victorious end, the latter being slow, but sure. Kind regards.

 

Harrogate Herald - 3rd October 1917

W H Breare letter

Second Lieutenant J Fell, late of the Midland Railway, you will see by the rank I have mentioned, has been promoted. This occurred last August. Ward, a son of the carriage inspector at the Railway Station, is with his lot. Fell has kept in good health, and is doing remarkably well. He is still engaged in highly useful work in connection with railways. You will remember 2Lt Fell was in the Midland Railway Office in Crescent Road, and it was him that many of us frequently applied for information as to trains. He always had a smile for us, and we miss him now very much, although we have our good friend, Mr Wilkins, to serve us as cheerfully as ever.

 

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