More Great War recollections


Grandson unearths new facts about his other grandfather

BURIED ALIVE - BUT THEN DUG OUT

 Research by B.D. Scholey, son of Malcom and Eileen Scholey






                                    Remembered with pride
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TOMORROW:  We relate the war experiences of Private Norman Herbert Dilliway, Pip Garside's father, who was temporarily blinded by a mustard gas attack in the trenches. and also about Private Norman Hinchliffe, Peter Garside's uncle, who died of his wounds on 8 September 1918, aged 19.

LATER: We will tell the wartime experiences of two brothers, Naomi Waddington's grandfather and great uncle, who enlisted on the same day and underwent their early training in scenes resembling a scene from Dad's Army, drilling in civilian clothes 
and using  poles as rifles.