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Private A Lockwood


Harrogate Herald - 3rd January 1917

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Mr & Mrs Lockwood, of Wedderburn Road, Harrogate, received word on the 1st of January that their son, Private A Lockwood, had been taken to the Australian General Hospital sick and wounded. Private Lockwood joined the Seaforth Highlanders on August 4th, 1914, and went to France on the 1st November following. He served with the Seaforths in many big engagements for 18 months, afterwards joining the Machine Gun Company. He was home on his second leave for a fortnight; the end of October last. He had previously been in hospital in France suffering from illness and breakdown. Private Lockwood has been at the Front 25 months, and previous to joining was a footman in the service of Mrs Brook, Finny Hall, Huddersfield. He joined the Seaforths while in Scotland with the family. He is aged 22, having had three birthdays in France.


Harrogate Herald 3rd January 1917

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Wounded Private A Lockwood, Machine Gun Company, Seaforth Highlanders, son of Mr and Mrs Lockwood, of Wedderburn Road, Harrogate, has been wounded and is now in hospital.


Harrogate Herald - 8th January 1919

Photo - Corporal A Lockwood, 37 Wedderburn Road, Harrogate


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