John Duesbery (Sherwood Foresters) killed on Somme, item 44

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 A B Duesbery Wounded 


Mrs. Duesbery, of the Fields, Swinefleet,

has received official news that her son, Able

Seaman Ernest Duesbery Royal Naval

Division, is in hospital suffering from severe

gunshot wounds in the right leg. This is

the fourth time he has been wounded.  He

joined the Navy at the commencement of

the war and has seen much service abroad.

His brother, Corporal J. Duesbery, the

Sherwood Foresters, was killed in 1916. 

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 A B Duesbery Wounded 


Mrs. Duesbery, of the Fields, Swinefleet,

has received official news that her son, Able

Seaman Ernest Duesbery Royal Naval

Division, is in hospital suffering from severe

gunshot wounds in the right leg. This is

the fourth time he has been wounded.  He

joined the Navy at the commencement of

the war and has seen much service abroad.

His brother, Corporal J. Duesbery, the

Sherwood Foresters, was killed in 1916. 


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  • September 12, 2019 06:17:29 Julia Bourbois

     A B Duesbery Wounded 


    Mrs. Duesbery, of the Fields, Swinefleet,

    has received official news that her son, Able

    Seaman Ernest Duesbery Royal Naval

    Division, is in hospital suffering from severe

    gunshot wounds in the right leg. This is

    the fourth time he has been wounded.  He

    joined the Navy at the commencement of

    the war and has seen much service abroad.

    His brother, Corporal J. Duesbery, the

    Sherwood Foresters, was killed in 1916. 

  • August 31, 2019 20:34:04 Julia Bourbois

     A B Duesbery Wounded 

    Mrs. Duesbery, of the Fields, Swinefleet, has received official news that her son, Able Seaman Ernest Duesbery Royal Naval Division, is in hospital suffering from severe gunshot wounds in the right leg. This is the fourth time he has been wounded.  He joined the Navy at the commencement of the war and has seen much service abroad. His brother, Corporal J. Duesbery, the Sherwood Foresters, was killed in 1916. 


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    17050 / 201616
    Source
    http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
    Contributor
    Kenneth Duesbery, great nephew of John
    License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/


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