ROLL OF HONOUR
V * CASUALTIES TO CANTERBURY MEN. * *
SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE
SERGEANT P. J. fl. LOWE.
Sergeant Percy J. S. Lowe, killed in action on September 29, was. tho eldest son of Mr J. T. Lowo, of Rotherham
Street, Riccarton. Sergeant Lowe was, attached to the headquarters staff at Trentham for six months, and sailed with the Twenty-second Reinforcements, He leaves a widow and two children; .
PRIVATE C. A. SADLER
. Private Cecil A. Sadler, of the Twentieth Reinforcements, is a son of Mr and Mrs S. Sadler, Idris Road, Fondalton.
He was severely wounded on October 7, sustaining a gunshot wound in the left knee and compound fracture of the right thigh. He is now in hospital in France.
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ROLL OF HONOUR, Star, Issue 12451, 17 October 1918
ROLL OF HONOUR Star, Issue 12451, 17 October 1918
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