1918-2008: Ninety Years of Remembrance

Soldier Record

Harry James Brown

Contributed by: Stephen Cooper, on 2008-11-07

Harry James Brown
Rank
First Name Harry James
Surname Brown
Year of Birth 1888
Year of Death 1934
Regiment Northamptonshire Regiment
Place of Wartime Residence Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

Harry James's Story

Harry Brown was born Earls Barton Northants. His civilian profession was in the Boot and shoe industry. Harry enlisted into the Northamptonshire Regiment but was discharged on medical grounds having suffered from chronic bronchitis for five years previous. He rejoined and survived the war. He died Ashfield Rd Wellingborough on the 29/11/1934

we are enjoying ourselves with the well earnt rest we have got

Written on the rear of this photo:

'...taken a Turkish princess palace and i am as you see in a white suit and am very busy. I can tell we are all here resting after coming back from the line and we are enjoying ourselves with the well earnt rest we have got.

I remain Harry

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