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Bombardier Allan Weatherhead


Harrogate Herald - 27th June 1917

Roll of Honour

Bombardier Allan Weatherhead, RFA (aged 23), second son of John Weatherhead, Burn Bridge, Pannal, enlisted January, 1916, went to France May, 1917, and died of wounds June 9th, 1917. For nearly five years he was with Mr & Mrs Frankling, to whom he was a faithful and reliable servant. Immediately before the war he held an appointment as first footman in Ireland, which he left to enlist.



Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery

Bombardier Allan Weatherhead (127642)

Born : Burn Bridge

Enlisted : Harrogate

Residence : Burn Bridge

Died : 9th June 1917

Died of Wounds

France & Flanders



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