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Name:
Albert Bainbridge
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A
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24577
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28th Durham Light Infantry; possibly also the 15th.
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Lands, Cockfield
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Possibly the A Bainbridge mentioned in 'Evenwood's Heyday' by Elsie Anderson et al,  who took part in 'one of the first great battles of the War, which involved 'several of our local lads. This was probably the battle on September 25th in the region of Loos'.  A wrote home saying that the 15th Durhams had come out of the battle pretty but they had lost a good many men. 

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First Name: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Last Name: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Service Number: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Unit: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Home Address: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Notes: Evenwood's Heyday by Elsie Anderson; Teesdale Townships: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office);