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  • Commonwealth war grave headstone marking the grave of Ezra Bagnall at Hucknall Cemetery 
Photo courtesy of Peter Gillings
Person Details
Hucknall
Ezra was born in Hucknall in 1888 and was the son of Ezra a coal miner and Betsey Bagnall In the 1911 census we find Ezra junior living at 80 Byron Street Hucknall with his wife Mary Ann and his new born baby daughter (3 weeks of age) Gladys Mary, he is 23 years of age and a coal miner. He states on the census he had been married for 2 years.
09 Jan 1920
32
2749973 - CWGC Website
15380
Private
Lincolnshire Regiment
He served with the 9th battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment His medal card states the first theatre of war he entered was the Balkans on 14th September 1915. He died on 9th January 1920 of gas induced bronchitis and is buried in Hucknall Cemetery (grave ref. A.South 632).
Pte. Ezra Bagnall landed at Gallipoli as a reinforcement to 6th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment on 14th September 1915. He later transferred to 8th Battalion of the regiment with which he was gassed. He died as a result on 9th January 1920 and is buried in Hucknall General Cemetery.
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  • Commonwealth war grave headstone marking the grave of Ezra Bagnall at Hucknall Cemetery 
Photo courtesy of Peter Gillings
    Ezra Bagnall - Commonwealth war grave headstone marking the grave of Ezra Bagnall at Hucknall Cemetery Photo courtesy of Peter Gillings