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Nottingham
He was the son of James and Jane (née Webster) Holland and the brother of James, William, Joseph Robert, Margaret Emma and Henry Leonard Holland. In 1911, they lived at 31, Guthrie Street, Old Radford, Nottingham.
04 Sep 1918
19
524873 - CWGC Website
40958
Private
1st Bn Norfolk Regiment
Euston Road Cemetery, Colincamps, Grave Reference: II G 8 Nottingham Evening Post, Roll of Honour 13/9/1918: 'Holland - Died of wounds September 4th, Pte. Bert Holland aged 19 and a half years, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Holland of 31 Guthrie Street. Gone to eternal rest. - Sorrowing father, mother, brothers Will and Joe (France).' 'Holland - Died of wounds September 4th, Pte. Bert Holland, dearly loved brother to Mrs Skinner. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. - Sorrowing sister Mabel and niece (Harry Egypt).' Nottingham Evening Post, In Memoriam 4/9/1919: 'Holland - In loving memory of Pte. Bert Holland, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Holland, died of wounds in France September 4th 1918. Not dead to those who loved him, not lost, but gone before; he lives with us in memory and will for evermore. - Father, mother and brothers.' 'Holland In loving memory of Pte. Bert Holland, died of wounds September 4th 1918. No morning dawns or night returns, dear brother but what we think of thee. - Brother Len and Elsie.' 'Holland. - In loving memory of Pte. Bert Holland who died from wounds September 4th 1918. He died that we might live. Sadly missed. - From loving sister and niece Mabel and brother Harry.' 'Holland. - In ever loving memory of my dear brother Bert Holland, died of wounds September 4th 1918. He lives with me in memory and will for ever more.- Sister Maggie.'
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