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Private T E Topham

 
 

Harrogate Herald - 12th December 1917

W H Breare letter

Private T E Topham, of the West Yorks, has been out 14 months, and during that time had trench fever for seven for seven weeks and a touch of the too familiar poisoning. Since then his health has varied. But I was glad to see him fairly well on Thursday when he called whilst on 14 days' leave. You will remember he is the son of the late sexton of Bilton Church and of Mrs Topham, of 34 Mayfield Grove. His brother Fred Topham has been wounded and is in Liverpool Hospital. He is of the Canadians. Fred expects to get his discharge shortly. Todd, of Nidd, a battalion bomber, used to be with him, and a son of Mr Hewitson, yeast merchant, is in his lot at the present time.

 

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