In Loving Memory of those North Devonians who lost their lives due to the First World War

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In Loving Memory of those North Devonians who lost their lives due to the First World War

In Loving Memory of those North Devonians who lost their lives due to the First World War, by Bob and Ann Brock

Published privately by the authors in 2001, 84 pages. A5 size booklet (S6453)

This booklet provides an excellent record of the men from North Devon who died during the First World War. Arranged in a useful A to Z format, each entry includes the name of the soldier who died, as well as other information where known. Three entries are included below, to give an idea of what information is included:

  • Harris, 28.3.1918. previously reported missing from June 7 1917, now reported killed in action, Gunner John Walter Harris, RGA, only son of Mr J Harris, 79 Victoria Street, barnstaple, aged 28
  • Long, 11.10.1917. Killed by a bomb dropped from a German airplane, whilst he was taking messages to the front, cyclist Leonard Long (Cyclist Batt.), only son of Mt T Long, manager of Raleigh Cabinet Works, and Mrs Long, of Park Lane, Barnstaple, aged 34
  • Loosemore, 6.1.1916. Killed in action in the gallipoli Peninsular, Sergt. Walter James Loosemore, Royal North Devon Hussars of Raleigh, Barnstaple, for 18 years an employee at Pilton Glove Factory, aged 34 

Condition of the booklet is generally good. The cover has one or two minor scuffs and blemsihes, and some light nibbling and wear along the edges, but the staple spine is intact, and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound

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