|Place of Birth||Murton, County Durham|
|Previous Service Number(s)||F/36|
|Regiment or Corps||Royal Field Artillery|
|Unit(s)||20th (Reserve) Battery RFA|
56th (Reserve) Battery RFA
76 Brigade RFA
|Previous Regiment(s) or Corps||Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex) Regiment|
|Unit(s)||17th (Service) Battalion (1st Football)|
23rd (Service) Battalion (2nd Football)
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|Theatre of War (If applicable)||-|
|Date of Death (If applicable)||-|
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|Awards and Decorations||-|
|Supplementary Notes||Enlisted 16/12/1914.|
Discharged "All service prior to 8/5/1916 forfeited on conviction of desertion."
Wounded (Gun Shot Wound Right Thigh) 18/04/1918.
Admitted No. 5 General Hospital, Rouen 21/04/1918.
Invalided to England 03/05/1918.
Then to Berrington War Hospital, Shrewsbury.
Then to 1st Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.