Born: 1891, Ipswich.

Died: 20th August 1916; age 25; Died of Wounds at Salonika.


On the outbreak of the war Harry resigned a position in South America in order to join the Army. He had seen service in France and the Balkans.


Date of Entry Therein: 20th February 1915 – France.


Rank: Lieutenant

Regiment: Royal Field Artillery, ‘B’ Battery, 115th Brigade.


Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1915 Star.


Grave Reference:

A. 77.

Karasouli Military Cemetery,



Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Henry Cordy Wrinch & Janet Wrinch of Dingley Dell, Felixstowe (late Bexhill).




1891   41, Henley Road, Ipswich.


Harry was a month old and living with his parent & sister.

Henry Cordy Wrinch, 30, a Manufacturer of Garden Furniture, own account, born Ipswich.

Janet Wrinch (nee Edgar), 29, born Kentish Town, Middlesex.

Janet Violet Winch, 5, born Ipswich.

1 general domestic servant & 1 nursemaid.


1911   Walton Hall, Walton, Suffolk.


Harry was 20 years old, a Farming Pupil. He was boarding at the home of  64 year old Farmer, James Hobbs.


Harry attended Ipswich School – entered 1902.


On the 22nd February 1922, Harry’s Victory, British War & 1915 Star medals were sent to his father Mr H. C. Wrinch, at Boscobel Hall, Bournemouth.


Harry is also remembered on the Ipswich School Chapel war memorial.



 Royal Field Artillery, ‘B’ Battery, 115th Brigade


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