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Name:
Herbert Storey
Casualty No.:
Initials:
H
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Date of Birth:
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Age at Death:
Ranks:
Unit:
Northumberland Fusiliers
Teesdale Township:
Place Enlisted:
Home Address:
1 Duke Street, Staindrop
Civilian Employment:
North Eastern Railway Clerk
Cause of Death:
Date of Death:
Place of Death:
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Service :
Army
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Family Details:

Herbert was the son of Francis and Ruth Storey. His brother, David William, lost his life in the War (see separate entry on the database). The Storeys had a third son who lived at Wool House Farm. 

 

Teesdale Mercury 23 May 1917: Local And Other Notes 

Notes:

Private H. Storey , Northumberland Fusiliers, a well-known North-Eastern Railway clerk, is lying in a Midland Hospital, severely wounded in both legs, and Rifleman D. W. Storey, of the King's Royal Rifles, is reported missing since April 23rd . 

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Last Name: Teedale Mercury; Service: Teedale Mercury; Unit: Teedale Mercury; Home Address: Teedale Mercury; Civilian Employment: Teedale Mercury; Family Details: Teedale Mercury; Notes: Teedale Mercury; Teesdale Townships: Teesdale Poor Law Union 1914;