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  • Portrait of Harry Pilcher Clayton 
Courtesy of Worksop College
Person Details
11 May 1893
Sheffield
Harry was the son of Henry John and Fanny Pilcher Clayton of 104 Brincliffe Edge Road Sheffield. He had a brother George and sister Doris. In 1901 Fanny Pilcher Clayton was head of the family and living at Chesterfield Road Norton Derbyshire with her 3 children.
He attend St Cuthbert's College Sparken Hill Worksop 1906 - 1909
21 May 1915
22
188808 - CWGC Website
19848
Private
10th Bn Canadian Infantry
He enlisted while living in Canada and was buried in Browns Road , Military cemetery, Festubert , Pas de Calais, France grave reference V F 16
He is also commemorated on the St Andrews Church Sheffield war memorial.
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  • Portrait of Harry Pilcher Clayton 
Courtesy of Worksop College
    Harry Pilcher Clayton - Portrait of Harry Pilcher Clayton Courtesy of Worksop College
  • Buried in Browns Road MIlitary Cemetery.
    Harry Pilcher Clayton - Buried in Browns Road MIlitary Cemetery.