Ferns collected on Passchendale Ridge by Albert Rawson, Army Service Corps
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|Title||Ferns collected on Passchendale Ridge by Albert Rawson, Army Service Corps|
|Notes||Ferns collected on Passchendale Ridge by my granduncle, Albert Rawson. He was one of 8 children, my grandfather, Frank, being his brother. He was born in 1874 at Hebdon Bridge, Todmorden, Yorkshire. The family eventually moved to Blackpool, Lancashire.|
Albert Rawson was stationed at supply depot in France as a Private during 1914-18 war. Home address given as Sheaf Street, Poulton-le-Fylde. Occupation: worked at Alkali Works. In 1901, residence: 156 Warbrick Road, Blackpool, Lancs.; occupation: Yeast merchant, self employed.
Pte. 22492 Albert Rawson, Army Service Corps, later served with the Labour Corps (Regt. No. 300641).
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|Contributor Name||Andrea Messenger|