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Pte H Bellhouse 6328


Kitty VAD
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Pte H Bellhouse, 6328

C Coy

10th platoon.

Strensall Camp

nr York

'My Dear Son,

I want you to keep this in your wallet. Your father has bought it himself for you so take care of it.

With Best love from

Your Father

F.B.

I found this very tattered card in a pile of what the stallholder described as 'tat' 50p and it was in my collection.

One of Miltons 'Topical' series entitled 'All British'

Any more details anyone enlighten me as to the regiment etc?

kind regards

Kitty

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Hi Kitty

From CWGC

Name: BELLHOUSE, HARRY

Initials: H

Nationality: United Kingdom

Rank: Private

Regiment/Service: Lancashire Fusiliers

Unit Text: 10th Bn.

Age: 20

Date of Death: 29/04/1918

Service No: 40724

Additional information: Son of Fred and Army Bellhouse, of 11, Stonefield St., Meanwood Rd., Leeds.

Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead

Grave/Memorial Reference: B. 9.

Cemetery: ENGLEBELMER COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

From SDGW

born & enlisted, Leeds

KIA 29-04-18

FORMERLY 6328 Northumberland fusiliers

All the best

Wull

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And from the 1901 census:

Civil Parish: Leeds

Ecclesiastical parish: St Michael

County/Island: Yorkshire

Country: England

Registration district: Leeds

Sub-registration district: West Leeds

ED, institution, or vessel: 50

Household schedule number: 29

RG13; Piece: 4235; Folio: 7; Page: 5

Address: 32 Speedwell Street

Fred Bellhouse, Head, Married, 30, Gen Labourer, Worker, Born Yorks,Leeds

Amy Bellhouse, Wife, Married, 25, Born London

Harry Bellhouse, Son, Single, 3, Born Yorks, Leeds

Alfred Bellhouse, Son, Single, 8 Months, Born Yorks, Leeds

Doug

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  • 6 years later...

I've recently re-discovered this card and in direct messages some years ago someone from the family asked if I would donate it (which I'm happy to) I replied but heard no more. I thought I'd link to it again to see if they saw this.

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