His parents, Charles and Emma, were living in Kent in the 1911 census, but their
son Harry, 22 years old, was not with them.
He joined as a private in the 1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, was sent
to France, and died on 18 February,1917, aged 28 at the Battle of the Somme.
His father was still living in Canterbury, Kent. Harry was married, and left behind
his widow Edith, of Clifton Terrace, East Haddon.
His is buried in the Bray Military Cemetery, east of Amiens in the Department of
Somme in France.