We remember Harry Bridge

We remember Harry Bridge

Timeline

Timeline

1890
birth Source:8461291 1890
1916
service British Army 1031 Source:8461291 1916
1916
location 5, John Street Waterfoot, Rawtenstall Municipal Borough, LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND United Kingdom Source:8461291 1916
employment Slipper hand - clicker ENGLAND United Kingdom Source:8461291

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Harry
Initials H
Last Name Bridge
Source 8461291
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
5, John Street Waterfoot, Rawtenstall Municipal Borough, LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND United Kingdom 1916
Contribution

Conscientious Objector

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 1031
Objection

Motivation: ILP (Independent Labour Party); FOR;
Reason: alternativist
Source:

TypeDetailsLocationSource
Prison Walton CP (Civil Prison) - 11.9.16 'Released from Walton and proceeded to Work of National Importance'
Central Tribunal Central Tribunal Nos. W.789 Class: A - Genuine
Work Centre HOS (The Home Office Scheme, administered by the Brace Committee) 11.9.16
Magistrates Court Arrested 3.5.16, tried, Rawtenstall Police Court with 11 others, 4.5.16, fined 40/- and handed over - Absentee
War Service NCC(CM) (Disobeyed orders in the Non-Combatant Corps) Details of Court Martial: Under,military escort to Preston; NCC (Non-Combatant Corps) (1/4 Western) Kinmel Park 6.5.16; CM (Court Martial) 23.5.16 Kinmel Park - 2yrs.HL (With hard labour) Walton, Liverpool
Military Service Tribunal MST (Military Service Tribunal) Rawtenstall 23.3.16 - ECS (Exemption from Combatant Service) only; County Appeal 12.4.16 - ECS (Exemption from Combatant Service) only confirmed; Central Tribunal at Wormwood S. 22.8.16 - CO class A, to Brace Committee

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The Pearce Register of British WW1 Conscientious Objectors

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We remember Harry Bridge