Albert Lloyd, Bilston, Church Street, Cleveland Ironworks, Coven Street, Frank Clinton, Hallets Row, Harper's Brewery, Harry Poulson, Heath Town, Lever Bros, Midland Counties Express, Port Sunlight, Samuel Evans, Somerset, William Westwood
There is a photograph of Frank Clinton in the article on him in the Midland Counties Express of 11 December 1915. This also includes his home address as 25 Coven Street, Wolverhampton.
There is a different photograph of Samuel Evans in the Midland Counties Express of 11 December 1915. It also includes the additional detail that he was wounded in the attack on the Hohenzollern Redoubt. His mother’s address was given as 9 Church Street, Heath Town, and before he enlisted in the army Samuel had been a fireman at the Cleveland Ironworks.
Albert Lloyd was featured in the Midland Counties Express on 9 October 1915. This gave his widow’s address as Hallet’s Row, Wolverhampton.
- The granddaughter of Harry Frederick Poulson has got in touch, and provided the following additional information:
- He was born in Wolverhampton on 15 Oct 1893.
- He married Helena Margaret Daniels (1898-1987) on 19 Dec 1919 in Wolverhampton.
- They had the following children: Richard Harcourt Poulson (1921-1942), Frederick Roger Poulson (1922-2012), Audrey Margaret Poulson (1927- living).
- After the war, he joined Lever Bros, working at Port Sunlight.
- He became a Director of Unilever in 1937, and retired in 1958.
- He died on 2 Mar 1986 at Taunton, Somerset.
- William Westwood’s photograph appeared in the Midland Counties Express on 28 August 1915. He joined the Army in January 1915, and had previously worked at Harper’s Brewery in Bilston.