Seeking news of missing soldiers

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Seeking news of missing soldiers

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A newspaper cutting, no source, no date, headed 'Have News?' seeking information about soldiers missing in action including George Grundy.
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NGrundyL190928-01

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[newspaper cutting]

HAVE NEWS?

GUNNER BERNARD (“JOE”) JORDON (21), Salvage Company, Royal Artillery, has not been heard of since June 6, when a letter was received from him at Metz. His home address is 11, Albert-street, Rusholme.

Fusilier Georg Grundy (20), Lancashire Fusiliers, has been officially reported missing. The last news of him from France was received in May. His mother would welcome information at 7, Sykes-avenue, Hollins-lane, Unsworth, Whitefield. When he joined up the family lived at Romney-street, Pendleton.

Information has been received that Private E. Oldham, Middlesex Regiment, has been missing since May. Any news would be welcomed by his wife at 180, Chapel-street, Edgeley, Stockport

[photographs of Dvr. T.A. Tazey and Pte E. Oldham]

Miss M. Tazey, 399, Bury New-road, Prestwich, Manchester, is anxious for news concerning her brother, Driver Thomas A. Tazey (known to his Army pals as Geordie), of the Searchlight Battalion, Royal Signals. He is reported missing. His sister has now heard from him since May.

[photographs of Fus. G. Grundy and Gnr. B. Jordon]

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“Seeking news of missing soldiers,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed September 29, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/31715.

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