His Life, His Devotion, His Legacy....
In George Wheldale Stanley's diary of 1918, it is quoted:
Jan 3, Hal (Harold) went to France. June 10 at Liettres. Tried to find Hal's location. Various enquiries. Found Hal's location. Too far away to go and see him. July 9 at Gricourt - got location of Hal's battalion from Div. H.Q. 4th Canadians. July 10 - got Ford car after breakfast and went to Izel le Hameau and saw Hal. Took him to Aubigny and had lunch, a walk and tea and then out to Aviguele C. Left him back about 6 pm and got back for dinner.
That was their last meeting. (George Wheldale was awarded the Military Cross).
HAROLD MORGAN WAS KILLED IN THE WAR. - NOVEMBER 1920 OLIVE VISITED HER HUSBAND HAROLD'S FAMILY IN ENGLAND, FORMERLY OF DALKEY, CO. DUBLIN.
NOTICE IN "THE IRISH TIMES"
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