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Lance Bombardier Bernard Ormerod - "A" Bty, 64th Bde, Royal Field Artillery


Paul Ormerod

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Remembering today Bernard Ormerod - Lance Bombardier - "A" Bty, 64th Bde, Royal Field Artillery - who died of wounds on 22 April 1918, and is buried in Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium.

 

Bernard was the son of Thomas and Catherine Ormerod (née Lord), of 60 Blackburn Rd, Great Harwood, Lancashire.

 

He is commemorated on Great Harwood War Memorial, along with his two brothers, Benjamin and William, who were also killed during the First World War.

 

At the time of the 1901 Census, Bernard lived at 41 Holgate St, Great Harwood, and by the time of the 1911 Census, he was resident at 43 Holgate Street.

 

The Soldiers Died in the Great War Database records that Bernard was born and resided in Great Harwood.

 

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