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Private J W Haddlesey

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 18th April 1917

Harrogate and District men who are serving with the Colours at the Front, and are in the Herald list to receive papers every week.

Private J W Haddlesey

 

Harrogate Herald - 9th January 1918

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Private J A Haddlesey (Labour Corps), husband of Mrs Haddlesey, of 24 Union Street, who up to enlisting was an employee with Messrs Topham Brothers, painters and decorators, 26 Oxford Street, Harrogate, has died of pneumonia at the Front. The following letter has been received by Mrs Haddlesey from his Commanding Officer : Dear Mrs Haddlesey, I very much regret having to inform you that your husband, Private J W Haddlesey (Labour Corps), died in his sleep during the night of 17/18th December from pneumonia and lung trouble. His death is very much regretted by all ranks in our Company, as he was a very quiet, modest, hard-working man. I am returning to you a parcel which arrived today, and all your husband's personal property has been forwarded to DAG, 3rd Echelon, BEF, from whom you will receive same. Any information you may require I shall be pleased to forward to you. Believe me, madam, you have my deepest sympathy.

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Died - Private J W Haddlesey, Labour Corps, of 24 Union Street, Harrogate, has died of pneumonia at the Front.

 

 

Harrogate Herald - 27th February 1918

Private M C Haddlesey, who is now serving in the Tank Corps in London, is the only son of Mrs M C Haddlesey, 24 Union Street, Harrogate, and brother to Private J W Haddlesey, who died in France on the 18th day of December last.

 

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