Soldiers – Wounded – Conisborough – Bostock, Bryan, Burton, Harrison, Horsman, Senior & Wood

July 1916

Wounded Soldiers

Private A Bostock, 31 Sheffield road, was wounded on July 1st.

Signaller W Bryan of the Rotherham howitzer brigade (R.F.A.) one Woodside view, was wounded on July 1,. He is 18 years of age

Private Joseph Burton (York and Lancaster), son of Mr and Mrs Burton, Doncaster road, has been wounded after a fortnight of active service

Private H Harrison (York and Lancs), son of Mrs Harrison, West Street, has been wounded. He was previously injured whilst landing in Gallipoli

Private H Harrison (R.E.) son of Mrs Harrison, West Street, who met with an accident to his head when leaving the ship to land at Gallipoli, as recently been wounded in the leg whilst carrying a wounded comrades in France, and is in hospital at Annam, Scotland. He speaks idly the kindness of the gentry, will take the wounded men for motor drives.

Gunner William Arthur Horsman

Mr and Mrs Horsman, 41 Ivanhoe Road, have received a postcard from Baghdad from their son, gunner W.A.Horsman (R.F.A.), which says:

“Dear mother and father, I’m glad to let you know I am quite well and am a prisoner of war at Kut. I should be glad if you send cigarettes to help while away the monotony.”

Private Arthur Senior (York and Lancaster) son of Mr and Mrs Thomas senior, Park road, arrived in Beckett’s Park Hospital, Leeds last Friday, suffering from wounds in the left arm and foot.

Sgt F.W.Wood (York and Lancaster), son of Mr and Mrs George V Wood,, has been gassed. He rapidly gained promotion, has been in first 12 months this, and spent his 21st birthday in the trenches