Cornwall, Harry

H CornwallHarry Cornwall

Rank: Farrier Staff Sergeant

Regiment: 2nd Home Counties, Royal Field Artillery, Ammunition Column

Parents: Mr James Alfred & Mrs Ellen Cornwall

Address: 7 Kenilworth Road, St Leonards

Published: October 1914

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2 Replies to “Cornwall, Harry”

  1. Harry Cornwall was a paternal great uncle and he died of TB on 28th September 1918 in 7 Kenilworth Road, Hastings, aged 35. He was the eldest child of James Alfred Cornwall and his wife, Ellen. They had 8 children. Harry’s civilian occupation was a Blacksmith & Wheelwright, same as his father, James. As far as I can gather, Harry never served abroad during the War.

    1. Thanks Deborah, post updated. Strange that he didn’t serve abroad, but perhaps there was plenty of work for a man with his skills on the home front.

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