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Private Charles Edward Todd

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 1st August 1917

W H Breare letter

To Private C Todd, whose home is at Homebottom Farm, Nidd : 

I note that your brother, Private Walter Todd, has been missing since the 1st March. No, I have not any information about him, but I hope that some of the boys who read my letter today will be able to send me something. At all events, do not despair of hearing from your brother, for I think in all probability he may be a prisoner in Germany. We have heard from other boys who have been prisoners even longer than your brother. At all events, do not give up hope. Have faith!

 

Harrogate Herald - 30th January 1918

Roll of Honour

Another patriotic family who have had an anxious time is that of Mr and Mrs Todd, Holme Bottom Farm, Nidd. Private T Todd, Manchesters, was in hospital in France and was expected to be removed to England. Gunner Cyril Todd, Royal Field Artillery, is in hospital in England; and Private Charles Todd, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, has been in hospital five or six months and has returned to France.

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Left Hospital - Private Charles Todd, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, has been in hospital five or six months, but has now been returned to the front.

 

Harrogate Herald - 17th April 1918

W H Breare letter

Will Private C Todd, 44689, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, write to his parents at Home Bottom Farm, Nidd, who have not heard from him for two months? They are very anxious about him.

 

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