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  • Hagar's grave site at Brandhoek Military Cemetery near Ieper (Ypres)
Person Details
Sneinton Nottingham
He was the son of William and Annie Haggar and the brother of Emma and William Haggar. In 1901 they lived at 3 Hoop Alley St Mary's Nottingham.
In 1911 he was serving in India with 1st Bn Sherwood Foresters at Gough Barracks Trimulgherry Deccan.
01 Jul 1917
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Private
16th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Henry Hagga (e)r was a regular in 1st Battalion Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) Henry went overseas on 4 November 1914. At some point he was posted to the 2nd Battalion and finally to the 16th battalion. The battalion were on front line trench duties prior to the Battle of Third Ypres. Henry was one of two 16th battalion men to be killed on 1 July 1917.
Recorded as Harry Hagger by the army in 1911. 1901 Census cites Leicester as place of birth.
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  • Hagar's grave site at Brandhoek Military Cemetery near Ieper (Ypres)
    - Hagar's grave site at Brandhoek Military Cemetery near Ieper (Ypres)