Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Henry (Harry) Bradley c 1885 - 1916

Henry ( Harry) Bradley Barnsley Independent 2nd March 1917
 with thanks to Barnsley Archives


Military Service:
Regiment and Battalion: York and Lancaster, 14th Battalion (2nd Barnsley Pals)
Service number and Rank: 14/1182 Private
Awards: The British War Medal and the Victory Medal

Death:  1st July 1916 aged 32
CWGC Remembered: Thiepval Memorial, France
Panel Reference:
Pier and Face 14A and 14B

St Marys Church Barnsley Combined War Memorial
Barnsley, Somme Centenary Artwork, Barnsley Town Hall

Links & Notes:
Lives of the First World War
Commonwealth War Graves Commission

From the Barnsley Chronicle 10th February 1917 with thanks to Barnsley Archives

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley of 42 Rich Lane, Barnsley, gave four sons to active service.  They have now received news confirming their fear that one of them, Private Harry Bradley (32) was killed last July, since when he had been reported missing.

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