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Corporal Arthur Walter Oddy

 
 

Claro Times 22nd October 1915

Corporal W A Oddy, 2nd King's Royal Rifles, of Harrogate, is reported as having been wounded at Loos. He received two bullet wounds in the left arm, and two in the side, and was also gassed.

 

Harrogate Herald - 17th November 1915

November 11th, by special license, at All Hallows' Church, Leeds, by the Rev W A G??es, BA, Corporal Walter Arthur Oddy, 2nd King's Royal Rifle Corps, eldest son of Mr and Mrs R Oddy, of Harrogate, to Hyacinth Morris, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J Morris, of Leeds.

 

Harrogate Herald - 1st December 1915

Corporal W Oddy writes : 

November 25th : Just a few lines, hoping to find you well. At present I am in the Infirmary with a bad cold, which I contracted on leave. My wounds are nicely healed up, but now have got neuritis bad in my left arm and shoulder, so I expect to be on the sick list some time yet. I am glad to be out of the trenches once again and in dear old ......... with my old friends once again. I again take great pleasure in thanking you for being so kind in sending the paper to me whilst in France. I have had a lot returned whilst in hospital. I used to look forward to the usual day and generally got them, as the news was most interesting, both civil and military. Well, I will close. Hoping you have the greatest success with your paper.

 

Harrogate Herald - 1st December 1915

I am sorry to say that Corporal W A Oddy, who was wounded, and whose injuries healed, is now in the Infirmary with a cold contracted whilst on leave. He has neuritis rather badly in the left arm and shoulder, but I hope he will speedily recover his normal health and condition.

 

Harrogate Herald - 25th July 1917

Corporal W A Oddy, King's Royal Rifles, has again been wounded, this time in the face and right arm with shrapnel, but is progressing favourably, and expects to be all right in a few weeks. Fortunately the wound is not serious, and he has not been sent away from the line headquarters.

 

 

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