Arthur John Bradley9th Battalion of the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment
Arthur Bradley was born in 1895. In 1911, he lived at 4 Stone Terrace, Harden with his parents, William and Sarah, and his two sisters, Agnes and Marie.
He joined the Machine Gun Corps of the 9th Battalion of the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment in August 1914, where he gave his occupation as Weaving Overlooker.
He was sent to France in July 1915 and in September 1915 he received gun shot wounds to his back and thigh and ended up in Norfolk War Hospital in Norwich.
He returned to France in March 1917 and de was dispersed home in March 1919.
In April 1919 he was deemed to be 30% disabled and granted a pension of 8/3d a week and an allowance (for his father?) of 12 shillings.
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