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Sapper Arthur Ernest Newbould

 
 
Harrogate Herald - 20th June 1917

The following are men who have sent us the Army post-card briefly stating that they are well and have received papers and parcels, or whose letters contain views that have repeatedly been expressed by other correspondents, but show their friends that they are all right :

R Newbould


Harrogate Herald - 5th December 1917

W H Breare letter

Gunner Newbould, of 20 Cecil Street, was wounded September 5th, and has been in hospital at Orpington, Kent, and then a VAD hospital, Abbey Lodge, Chislehurst. He called to see me. With him at the Front and in the same battery was Bob Riby, who lives at 13 Pine Street, and is married. Gunner H Sutcliffe, killed last February, was with is lot and the first man in his battery killed. My visitor was an assistant at Farrah's before enlisting. Newbould was slightly wounded before, but did not leave the battery. He was to go to report to a command depot on Monday. A brother of his, Sapper A Newbould, Royal Engineers, was wounded November 10th by shell, and has been in hospital at Newcastle. Another brother, H Newbould, is in the trenches. His brother-in-law, Private L W Kendall, of the West Yorks, was killed September 20th; he was married and lived at Killinghall.



Harrogate Herald - 12th December 1917

Roll of Honour

Sapper Arthur Ernest Newbould (Royal Engineers) was wounded on November 10th, and is now in the hospital at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Sapper Newbould enlisted on September 30th, 1916, and after a period of training went to France in June of this year. Prior to enlistment he resided at Killinghall, where he was employed by Mr Sheepshanks, with whom he has been for over 20 years. He also occupied the position of organist at the Wesleyan Chapel, Killinghall, where he was deservedly popular. His wife and family now reside at Warren Bank, Killinghall.

 

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