Private Harry Ingham
15465 11th East Lancashire Regiment
Killed in Action 1st July 1916, aged 28
Lived at Meadow Bank, Fence
Buried in Railway Hollows Cemetery, France
Commemorated in St. Annes Church, Fence, UK
Burnley Express 26th August 1916 - 12th May 1917 - 30th May 1917

Harry was a Private in the East Lanc Regiment number 15465. He died 1st July 1916 and is buried at Railway Hollow Cemetery, Hebuterne, Pas de Calais, France. There is a family grave and a WW1 plaque in the church yard entrance, which mention him at St Anne s Church, Fence. At the time of his death the family lived at Meadow Bank, Fence.

"We also attach photos of Harry and his brothers Jack and Alfred - below is a summary of the family at that time."

Children of JAMES SPENCER INGHAM and ELIZABETH FARRER are:
i. CHRISTABEL6 INGHAM, b. 1877, Goldshaw, Lancashire; m.
JOHN MCWHINNEY.
ii. HERBERT INGHAM, b. 1878, Goldshaw, Lancashire.
iii. SPENCER INGHAM, b. 1881, Goldshaw, Lancashire.
iv. LEAH INGHAM, b. 1883, Goldshaw, Lancashire.
v. ELLA INGHAM, b. 1885, Goldshaw, Lancashire.
vi. HARRY INGHAM, b. 1889, Goldshaw, Lancashire.
vii. JOHN A. INGHAM, b. 1892, Goldshaw, Lancashire.
viii. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) INGHAM, b. 1895, Goldshaw,
Lancashire; m. (1) ROBERT HARTLEY; m. (2) JOHN HARTLEY, Newchurch on Pendle, Lancashire.
21. ix. ALFRED INGHAM, born. April 5, 1898, Goldshaw,
Lancashire; d: 19th Dec 1990, Pensby, Wirral.

(courtesy of his great nephew Michael Boothman)






(courtesy of his great nephew Michael Boothman)


 

 

 

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