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He was the son of Albert and Mary Hannah Bromhead and the brother of Hilda (1898-1900), Gladys (1902-1947), Eunice May (1904-1955), Ernest (1907-1969), Leslie (1910-1989), Hida (1914-2011) and Frank (1915-1918) Bromhead. In 1911, they lived at 29, Linden Street, Dame Agnes Street, St Ann's Nottingham.
In 1911, he was a boot repairer's errand boy.
Acting Bombardier
Royal Field Artillery
Bromhead's niece Joy Bateman writes 'He served in France and was invalided home following a Mustard Gas attack. He continued to be nursed at home, but sadly never recovered his health and died in August 1920. He is buried in Wilford Hill Cemetery.'
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