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Private Willis

 
 
Harrogate Herald - 2nd May 1917

Chats with the Wounded in Hospital

Private Willis, of the Yorkshire Regiment, is in St Nicholas hospital with septic poisoning. He was in hospital with influenza, when septic poisoning supervened, and he was invalided to the country. He was one of the pioneers who are frequently used in France in going into the trenches at night time and repairing the damage done by the German shells fired during the day. He has been out about nine months. he is now going on nicely.

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