After reading the Peace Day poster below it got me thinking about my Great-Uncle Harry Mullins who is one of Hydes "710" brave men who is commemorated on the Cenotaph on Werneth Low who died fighting for his country.
Harry was born in 1898 and was only 18 years old when he was killed in action at France & Flanders on the 13th November 1916, having been on the frontline for the previous 18 months .
He was too young to have joined up without lying about his age and had they known I'm sure he would have been taken off the frontline.
Harry lived at 1 Mount Street and was the son of Jane and Henry Mullins.
His memorial is at Thiepval Memorial Somme, France.
This used to hang on my Nan's wall.
Harry aged approx 16 years old