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Captain C A Mantle

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 20th January 1915

The following is a list of members of the Harrogate Cricket Club who have joined some branch of His Majesty's Forces, as referred to by Mr Idle at the last meeting of the Yorkshire Cricket Council : 

A A Alderson, R Alderson, G Alderson, Lieutenant H E Appleyard, Lieutenant O J Addyman, A W Adams, H Blackburn, J Butterworth, J Brassington, B E Brown, H Bush, P J Barker, Dr A L Bastable, Captain A B Boyd-Carpenter, O Bastable, C Chippindale, W Crust, D H Drake, G L Dimmock, Lieutenant W H Brennan, A G Fraser, E H Gomersall, T W Green, A Gofton, W F Gibson, S Holmes, J Houfe, Rev D Hoole, S A Harrison, W Langley, Lieutenant W E L Lapham, Major W F Leader, G H Lamb, C A Mantle, Hon. R Captain Moreton, K L Newstead, Lieutenant R G Raworth, H W Rymer, S Royce, T W L Strother, J M Strother, Captain F H Shaw, G B Simpson, Alex Stott, A A Thomson, G E Topham, W Voakes, Hon E Major Wood, Military Police, K Wesley-Smith.

Total of 51, of which 8 are from the 1st XI

 

Harrogate Herald - 14th March 1917

W H Breare letter

I hope the ASC section commanded by Captain Mantle has got the two large parcels of comforts sent on February 17th. I should be glad to know when they arrived.

 

Harrogate Herald - 2nd May 1917

Roll of Honour

Captain C A Mantle, ASC (West Riding Divisional Train), elder son of Dr Mantle, Harrogate, was wounded in the leg on Tuesday last by a piece of high explosive shell. His condition is considered favourable. The CO writes : He was carrying out his duty in his usual keen manner, and, in spite of heavy shell fire, continued his way, an excellent example to all his men.

W H Breare letter

Many of you boys know Dr Mantle, of Harrogate, at least by reputation. [Alfred Mantle, MD, physician, 62 York Place] You will be sorry to hear that his son, Captain Mantle, has been wounded, but you will be glad to hear that there is no cause for alarm. Mrs Mantle, the wounded officer's mother, has done a great deal of sympathetic work for boys at the Front. You will hope with me that she will soon have her son home, convalescent.

 

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Captain C A Mantle, ASC, West Riding Divisional Train. Elder son of Dr Mantle, Harrogate, was wounded in he leg on Tuesday last by a piece of shell.

[H&S photo]

 

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