Soldiers – Wounded; Bagnall P., Brady J., Burton R., Taylor S., Williams John

April 1917

Rifleman P Bagnall (K.R.R.),

19 Melton Street, Denaby main, has been wounded a second time being hit in the right arm on April 12. He enlisted in March 1915, and went to France in the following July, been wounded in the left leg a month later.

Sgt James Brady (K.O.Y.L.I.)

o f 46 Doncaster road, Denaby main, was severely wounded in the April 13, and is in hospital in Newport Monmouthshire. He enlisted in August 1914 and had been wounded in Gallipoli. Before enlistment he worked at Yorkshire main, Edlington.

Lance Cpl R.Burton (K.O.Y.L.I.)

of five Melton view, Denaby main, was wounded in the right-hand on April 13, and is now in hospital in Glasgow, minus 2 fingers and a thumb. He enlisted in October 1914, and went to France in January 1970. Before enlistment he was employed at Cadeby main. He’s a married man with seven children.

Private S.Taylor (M.G.C.) Conisbrough, Trench Feet

Private John Williams (K.O.Y.L.I.)

of LoversallStreet, Denaby main, has been wounded in the elbow, and is now in hospital in Oxford. He is a married man, with four children, and formerly worked at Cadeby main. He enlisted in February 1915 and went to France in February 1916. He was wounded on March 27.