Harrogate Herald - 13th June 1917
W H Breare letter
A H G Gill, who worked at Preston's picture frame
shop, a pal of Wiley's, is also here on leave. Harry Wiley,
brother of above, has been "out" a fortnight. He worked
with us on the Monotype - the machine that casts the new typo.
Herald boys will know Crawford, who works on the same machine. He is
off work, not being very well.
Harrogate Herald- 30th January 1918
Lance Corporal H Wiley writes : Allow me to
thank you most sincerely for your most seasonable Xmas gift, which
arrived Xmas Eve whilst we were in the trenches. It enabled us to
have quite a pleasant time, as the canteen had been told to cash all
Roll of Honour
Lance Corporal H Wiley, son of Mrs Wiley,
of 13 Gladstone Terrace, Harrogate, who before enlisting was
employed at the Herald Printing Works, is in hospital at Folkstone,
having contracted trench fever shortly after Christmas. He is making
Harrogate Herald - 6th February 1918
In Hospital - Lance Corporal Harrogate Wiley, son of Mrs
Wiley, of 13 Gladstone Terrace, Harrogate, is in hospital at
Folkstone, having contracted trench fever shortly after Christmas.