George Hindley

GEORGE HINDLEY

This biography was written by Victoria Doran.

George was a West Kirby lad born and bred for many generations, who enlisted early in the War, but was discharged as unfit for service within weeks. He was, however, classified A when conscripted in 1917.

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Private George Hindley from Birkenhead News of 28 September 1918 Continue reading

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Trenches at Auchonvillers, Somme

Trenches at Auchonvillers, Somme

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