Born: 1883, St. Mary’s, Leicester, Leicestershire.
Died: 28th June 1917; age: 34; died of Acute Lobar Pneumonia and Cardiac Failure, at the Military Hospital, Ranelagh Road, Ipswich.
Present at the death – Alfred H. Cashmore, of the Military Hospital, Ranelagh Road, Ipswich.
Residence: St. Mary’s, Leicester.
Enlistment Location: Northampton.
Rank: Sergeant; Service Number: 33074.
Regiment: Somerset Light Infantry, 10th Battalion.
Formerly 5806, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry.
Inscription on headstone: “Gone but not forgotten.” Erected by officers N.C.O.s and men of the Regiment”
1891 16, Garton Street, St. Mary’s, Leicester, Leicestershire.
Harry was 8 years old and living with his parents, sister and step sister at the home of his widowed maternal grandmother & uncle.
Mary Rodwell (nee Norman), 73, born Knighton, Leicestershire.
John Rodwell, 38, a Shoe Riveter, born Kempson, Bedfordshire.
Maude Mary Rodwell, 16, a Hosiery Seamer, born Hackney, London.
William Burrows, 40, a Shoe Finisher, born Long Clawson, Leicestershire.
Sarah Burrows (nee Rodwell), 40, a Shoe Machinist, born Bromley, Middlesex.
Edith Annie Burrows, 2, born St. Mary’s, Leicester.
1911 Gravesend, Kent.
Harry was 28 years old, a Soldier ranked Private for the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry.
Harry’s mother, Sarah Burrows died 1894, Leicester, Leicestershire.
Soldiers’ Effects to George Hafeli – brother-in-law & Maude Rodwell – step sister.