Hadfield, James –

Son of Robert and Nancy Hadfield, of 230, St. Helens Road, Daubhill, Bolton, Lancashire; husband of Mrs. Hadfield (nee Warbrick), of 17, Thorn Street, Bolton, Lancashire. One of 48 St. John Ambulance men who left Bolton for Tipperary on 29/11/1915. One of the survivors of the Arcadian, torpedoed on 15/04/1918. Died of Typhus in Jerusalem. Five brothers also served.

Personal details

  • Surname: Hadfield
  • Forename: James
  • Date of birth: Not known
  • Birth place: Bolton, Lancashire
  • Place of residence: Bolton, Lancashire
  • Gender: Male
  • Age of death: 34
  • Place of death: Not known
  • Date of death: January 28th, 1918
  • Casualty type: Not known

Service details

  • Rank: Private
  • Unit: 26th Casualty Clearing Hospital / St. John Ambulance Brigade.
  • Service number: 106123
  • Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Enlistment date: Not known
  • Enlistment location: Bolton, Lancashire
  • Conflict: WW1

Local newspaper entries

  • Bolton Journal and Guardian entries: 08/02/1918 15/02/1918
  • Bolton Journal and Guardian references: 6c 6b*

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