In Flanders Fields……Harry Patrick

Harry Arthur PATRICK

Geddington Roll of Honour 1914-18

 

Picture of Harry Patrick

Harry Patrick

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Rank:  Private: Rifle Brigade
Enlisted 18. April 17
Demobilised 27th December 1919
Died 20th January 1920
Buried in Geddington churchyard

Personal Information

Harry’s parents were John and Ellen Patrick of Geddington and he was born in 1883 and baptised there.

Like Roland and Lionel, Harry Patrick was a chorister at Geddington Church. At the ceremony marking the unveiling and dedication of the war memorial there was also a window installed and dedicated in the church to the memory of Harry by his fiancee Miss A Walpole.

Harry had served in Egypt and India and had not long been demobilised when he died under anaesthetic at Kettering General Hospital.

1901 Census:
John Thomas Patrick (Father) aged 46  b. Geddington. Bricklayer
Ellen Patrick (mother) aged 44  b. Geddington
Harry Arthur Patrick aged 28 b.Geddington. Bricklayer
John Thomas Patrick (brother) aged 25 b. Geddington. Bricklayer’s apprentice
Hilda Mary Patrick (sister) aged 21  b. Geddington
Roland Charles Patrick (brother) aged 16 b. Geddington
Evelyn Grace Patrick (sister) aged 4 b. Geddington

1911 Census: 16 Queen Street, Geddington
John Thomas Patrick (Father) aged 56  b. Geddington. Mason to the Estate (Boughton)
Ellen Patrick (mother) aged 54  b. Geddington
Harry Arthur Patrick aged 28 b.Geddington. Bricklayer
John Thomas Patrick (brother) aged 26 b. Geddington. Bricklayer’s apprentice
Hilda Mary Patrick (sister) aged 21  b. Geddington
Roland Charles Patrick (brother) aged 16 b. Geddington
Evelyn Grace Patrick (sister) aged 14 b. Geddington

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