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Name:
Albert Heslop
Casualty No.:
Initials:
A
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Date of Birth:
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Ranks:
Second Lieutenant; Regimental Sergeant Major (Company Quartermaster)
Unit:
3rd Durham Light Infantry
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Home Address:
Barnard Castle, 1 Coronation Street
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Service :
Army
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Family Details:

Son of William and Ellen Heslop of 1 Coronation Street. 

William was a pensioner of the 2nd D.L.I. . Nearly all of the male members of the Heslop family served on the front during World War One, the Mercury reported this as being an "excellent record for a family". See article below for details. 

Teesdale Mercury-16/12/1914: Local and other notes: mention of service

Walter Heslop; John James Heslop; Thomas H Heslop; W Heslop

 

Notes:

Mentioned in Dispatches for work during the Battle of the Somme.

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First Name: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Teesdale Mercury; Last Name: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Teesdale Mercury; Service: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Teesdale Mercury; Ranks: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Teesdale Mercury; Unit: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Teesdale Mercury; Home Address: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Teesdale Mercury; Family Details: Teesdale Mercury; Teesdale Townships: Teesdale Poor Law Union 1914;