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Name:
Oliver Rushford
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Initials:
O
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Army Service Corps
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Home Address:
Wind Hill, Morley
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UK Commemorated:
An O Rushford is listed on the Obelisk and in the Peace Garden in Evenwood. Might this be Oliver?
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Army
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Family Details:

The brother of Edgar George Rushford who also served (see separate entry on the database). 

 

Possible Duplicate entry. See O Rushford

 

Notes:

Was in a Pals Brigade along with others from Evenwood. 

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Sources:
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); 'Evenwood's Hey Day' by Elsie Anderson; Unit: Evenwood's Hey Day by Elsie Anderson; Home Address: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office)Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Family Details: Evenwood's Hey Day by Elsie Anderson available from at the Bowes Museum; Notes: Evenwood's Hey Day by Elsie Anderson; Teesdale Townships: Teesdale Poor Law Union 1914;