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Bottesford Leicestershire
He was the husband of Beatrice (née Cunliffe) Bonner. In 1915 they lived at 70 Highbury Vale Bulwell Nottingham.
He was a golf club maker and professional at Bulwell Forest Golf Club, Bulwell, Nottingham.
25 Jun 1917
928403 - CWGC Website
70 Highbury Vale Bulwell Nottingham
12th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
He enlisted 8/12/1915 probably under Lord Derby's Scheme standing 5' 4" and weighing 134 lbs. He arrived in France 16/8/1916 and was wounded in action twice.
News of the death was published on 11th July 1917 in the Nottingham Evening Post. " NOTTINGHAM GOLFER KILLED News has been received in Nottingham that Private Alfred Bonner, of the Sherwood Foresters, who for several years has acted as professional at the Bulwell Forest Golf Club, has been killed in action. His Father was Station Master at Bulwell Forest Station when Bonner, as a lad, became assistant to Walter Tedder, who he succeeded in the capacity of professional. A fine player, Bonner had a capital style, and played some brilliant golf at times, notably at Hollinwell in an exhibition match two or three years ago, when he was partnered by Harry Vardon. He joined the army barely two years ago, and the news of his death will be received with keen regret by all golfers in Nottingham and the district "
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