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Private W Steel 

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 8th December 1915

Private W Steel writes : 

We are pretty comfortable right now, living in a dug-out, but am afraid by the time we get things in shape we shall probably have to move again. I though I must reply to your good news. We had a little fall of snow yesterday for the first time.

 

Harrogate Herald - 2nd January 1918

W H Breare letter

Private W Steel lives at Poplar Grove, Bilton. He is in a pioneer battalion of a Yorkshire regiment. Dunn, who is in the Municipal Offices, and Hood, formerly signalman at Bilton crossing, were drafted into his regiment three months ago. He tells me one Herald does for the three. Steel has been out a year and nine months. He returns from leave on New Year's Day. By the way, he met Stockburn, of Denmark Street, soon after he went out, likewise Anderson, of Skipton Street. Steel was 15 years at Messrs Newby and Co, James Street.

 

 

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