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He was the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Brewster, of 4 Mount Zion Square, Eldon Street, Newark, Nottingham. He was the hgusband of Daisy Brewer of 114, Ewart Road, Forest Fields, Nottingham.
He was a fishing reel maker prior to enlisting.
28 Apr 1918
48844 - CWGC Website
2/7th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Harry Brewster enlisted on 8th May 1913 at Newark and went to France on 16th January 1917. He was admitted to 11th Stationary Hospital Rouen suffering from Trench Foot 17th December 1917. He was transferred to England on the 20th December 1917. He returned to France 4th April 1918, he went on to suffer gunshot wounds to his head and fractured skull 17th April 1918. He was treated at No.36 Casualty Clearing Station and sent to No. 8 Stationary Hospital, Wimereux, 28th April 1918 and died the same day. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery,Grave Reference: Plot 9. Row A. Grave 43.
His brother William Brewster entered theatre (France) on 6 March 1915 and was killed om May 9th.
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